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Tide hasn't turned for Japanese lines so far

The big three Japanese shipping lines K Line, MOL, NYK have all reported their figures for Q1 of their fiscal year (April to June 2016). All three suffered significant decreases in comparison with the same period in 2015. K Line reported ... Transport Journal, 3 weeks ago

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Port Technology International

More Mergers for Global Shipping?

Container industry revenues are contracting faster than carriers can cut costs and first-half results so far suggest sales are down by around 18%, increasing the pressure to reduce costs, according to the latest Container Insight Weekly Report from ...
 Port Technology International1 week ago More Mega Mergers for Global Shipping?  Port Technology International1 week ago Wave goodbye to $50 billion  Lloyds Loading List1 week ago $50bn blackhole leaves box shipping ripe for further M&As: Drewry  Splash 2471 week ago
Melbourne Age

Shipping giant warns against US protectionism

Danish conglomerate A. P. Moeller-Maersk, which owns the world's largest container shipping company, is voicing concern as a potential shift in US policy threatens to reduce global trade. While Maersk assumes that no matter how the U.S.
 Melbourne Age1 week ago World's biggest shipping group warns against US protectionism  Melbourne Age1 week ago World's Biggest Shipping Firm Warns Against U.S. Protectionism  Bloomberg1 week ago Maersk Warns Against U.S. Protectionism  American Journal of Transportation On-Line1 week ago

Crude rebound fails to give life to slumping loonie

Canada's economic recovery is lagging so far behind the U.S. that even a rebound in crude prices is failing to boost the nation's currency. The four-week correlation between the Canadian dollar and crude fell to an 18-month low last week. With ...
 MSN Canada1 week ago Loonie Breaks From Oil as Bears Shift Focus to Economic Woes  Bloomberg1 week ago

Bus to November: Friends across party lines, united in dismay

State voting history We stopped Robin Brown (left), a Republican, and Sarah Shrader, a Democrat, on a corner in Grand Junction, Colorado, after the friends met for lunch downtown. Brown served in the military for eight years and did two tours in ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago

The downside of IMO's container weighing rule

Different intermediaries between exporters and the shipping line are trying to wrest control over this requirement and extract money from it An International Maritime Organization (IMO) rule that took effect on 1 July, mandating shippers to verify ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago
Wired News

These Are the Best Laptops for Under $200

Great news! If you only have $200 to spend on a laptop, your options are far better than they used to be. While these machines aren't built for hardcore gaming or video editing, theyre more than enough for web browsing and writing papers. These ...
 Wired News2 weeks ago

2016 NFL season over/under win total picks for NFC: Easy to get behind loaded Cards

Back in May, following the 2016 NFL Draft, we took a look at some of the over-under lines around the NFL, trying to figure out what teams would fall short of their projected Las Vegas win total and what teams would improve on the number given to ...
 CBS Sports2 weeks ago

Worst is not over for the shipping industry

The shipping industry is still under recession and the worst-hit appears to be the dry bulk rates with Baltic Index hovering over the 600+ level. Are there any chances of an early recovery? Sunil Thapar, CEO of Allcargo Shipping Co, a leading Indian ...
 Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago
Daily Commercial News

Operating engineers ready if Energy East is a go

The Energy East oil pipeline is far from a sure thing as National Energy Board (NEB) hearings get underway this week, but what is certain is that if and when the project gets a green light, hundreds of Ontario's operating engineers will be ready to ...
 Daily Commercial News2 weeks ago
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