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German container line and leading G6 alliance member Hapag-Lloyd has agreed a business combination with United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) after several months of merger talks.  Full story >>

South Korean shipbuilder Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction (HHIC), which has commenced voluntary debt restructuring, said today that it has sold a plot of land and buildings in Incheon, South Korea.  Full story >>

The Singapore Exchange (SGX) and the Baltic Exchange will extend discussions for the acquisition of the latter from 30 June 2016 to 31 August 2016.  Full story >>

The dry bulk shipping outlook for the remainder of 2016 remains extremely negative with an unbalanced supply-and-demand equation preventing any rebound in pricing as too many vessels chase too few shiploads, according to a report by AlixPartners.  Full story >>

The trial against the owner and captain of ferry Rabaul Queen that sank off northern Papua New Guinea in heavy seas in February 2012 has been adjourned until 1 August, National Capital District Metropolitan Police commander Ben Turi told IHS Fairplay.  Full story >>

Norwegian offshore vessel builder VARD Holdings said today that Norwegian shipowner REM Offshore has terminated a newbuilding contract for an offshore construction and anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) vessel as the latter undergoes restructuring.  Full story >>

The verified gross mass (VGM) processing fee being imposed by freight forwarders has come under fire from the Hong Kong Shippers’ Council that has called on its members to reject what it regards as an unjustified charge.  Full story >>

French carrier CMA CGM will delist its shares of Neptune Orient Line on the Singapore stock exchange after crossing the 90% ownership threshold, the penultimate step in securing total ownership of APL parent company.  Full story >>

The Korea Development Bank (KDB) will offload its shares in non-financial subsidiaries by 2018, as it seeks to restore the South Korean people’s faith and trust in the bank.  Full story >>

Hanjin Shipping is planning to redeliver 38 chartered-in vessels when the contracts expire from 2015 to 2017.  Full story >>

Nigeria launched standard operating procedures and an information management platform to tackle widespread corruption and inefficiencies in operations at its major ports.  Full story >>

Shenzhen-listed Changhang Phoenix, a bulk carrier operating unit of Sinotrans & CSC, has announced a 100% equity swap with Ganghai (Tianjin) Construction that includes all its assets and debts.  Full story >>

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