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The Business Timesweb site
JULY 12, 2005
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  • LA port complex to work late to ease cargo jams
    IN the coming weeks, a cavalcade of behemoth cargo ships loaded with everything from toys to cars will descend on the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
  • Paperless port controls to enhance safety, security
    A major step towards cutting maritime red tape has been made with the UN maritime agency agreeing to consider allowing port state control inspectors on-line access of electronic databases of documents.

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Sched Netweb site
JULY 12, 2005
  • Vancouver truckers propose deal to end strike
  • NYK launches new northwest service
  • Dalian Port sees throughput surge 24.6pc in first half
  • US retail sales strong in June
  • AmeriCold selects Tom Zosel for productivity solution
  • TFC offers freight calculator for sea-air shipments
  • Hamburg Sud and Alianca move offices
  • PGL wins accolade from Sony
  • Tiger Airways to take paw print to Cambodia
  • Air India to launch new flights to HK, Seoul and Osaka
  • Air Senegal takes delivery of new Boeing
  • Menzies Aviation appoints director for Americas

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 12, 2005
  • Move to relax LNG shipping norms
  • IMO to launch maritime bravery award soon
  • SCI to transport crude for IOC from West Asia
  • Pak bodies keen on importing footwear components via Wagah border
  • Gems & jewellery exports may total $ 18 bn in 2005-06
  • Panel formed to monitor Sethu eco-impact: Reports every month
  • New Mangalore Port records impressive 11.92 pc growth in Q1 cargo handling
  • India Global Logistics Network launch today
  • ICD-Nagpur handles record 5,007 TEUs in June
  • CONCOR to test waters for plying barges of containers between KDS and Narayangunge port in Bangladesh
  • Multitudes to pack all roads leading to FFFAI's Biennial Convention in Chennai
  • Forex reserves dipped by $ 676 million to $ 1,38,890 million
  • 17 pc rise in trade with G8'study
  • It makes sound business sense to invest much more in infrastructure, says CII
  • Peak Customs tariffs will be cut to Asean levels over 3-4 years-PM
  • 34 Customs heads from Asia, Europe discuss ways to enhance cooperation
  • FM holds parleys with corporate CFOs
  • Seminar at WTC today
  • IMC meet with commerce secy today

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Maritime Global Netweb site
JULY 11, 2005
  • Paperless port state controls checks a step closer
  • Vessel detained, 21 arrested in piracy investigation
  • "Up to 200" dead in Indonesian ferry sinking
  • MOL's second US ' Brazil service

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 11, 2005
  • Paris MOU plans GMDSS crackdown
  • Mats Berglund joins OSG
  • Samsung completes world's largest containerships
  • Aker American lists on Oslo Stock Exchange

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 11, 2005
  • Senator Murray breaks ground for new Seattle Coast Guard center
  • Customs adds Port of Lisbon to list of CSI members
  • Port Angeles Port Commission schedules special meeting
  • Matt Cox and Dave Hoppes earn promotions at Matson
  • Washington State Ferries ups security in wake of bombings

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 12, 2005
  • Dennis less of a menace than raging rival Ivan
    HURRICANE Dennis will cause insured losses of up to $5bn but will be less of a threat than earlier feared.
  • Brussels insists pollution directive will not put more seafarers in prison
    BRUSSELS defended its directive on ship-source pollution yesterday and branded those who still oppose the Bill "ill-informed", writes Justin Stares in Brussels.
  • British shipping greets Ladyman plans with cautious optimism
    BRITAIN'S shipping industry yesterday gave a cautious thumbs-up to comments made by Shipping Minister Stephen Ladyman in an exclusive interview with Lloyd's List.
  • India breakers face boycott campaign
    GREENPEACE, the Basel Action Network and the Centre of Indian Trade Unions have changed tactics on shipbreaking and are demanding a boycott of Indian breakers.

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Fairplayweb site
JULY 11, 2005
  • EC chases safety directives
    THE European Commission has sent 'reasoned opinions', the last stage before referral to the Court of Justice, to six member states for failures to implement passenger safety directives
  • Frederik's fate decided
    THE ex-Kong Frederik IX will now be scrapped at Alang after the Indian environmental ministry gave approval for the demolition process to begin
  • Truckers protest against PierPass
    INDUSTRY fears that truck drivers would balk at the US PierPass system without added pay may be correct as more than 250 drivers met last week to protest against the plan
  • Russia targets Chinese oil exports
    RUSSIAN president Vladimir Putin has set out Russia's priorities for transporting crude oil to Asian markets in the next decade
  • Miners consider Kembla port sale
    COAL miners using Port Kembla in Australia are considering buying the state-owned coal terminal, according to one media report
  • Bulker holes berthed cargo vessel
    A COLLISION between a fully-laden bulker and a general cargo vessel in the port of Visakhapatnam, India, disabled both vessels over the weekend
  • Australia drops ID zone idea
  • Heightened US alert after bombing
  • Algeciras back after bomb scare
  • Odfjell tanker damaged in collision
  • Maltese break car smuggling scam
  • Vancouver truckers ready to roll
  • Alleged pirates retract guilty plea
  • Zim workers on 'go slow'
  • LNG liberalisation raises concern
  • Pemex hit by another pipe blast

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 11, 2005
  • Maersk to trim some box operations
    Line expected to scale back on some north-south routes in a bid to secure approval from EU for takeover of rival P&O Nedlloyd.
  • Export ABCs: Schedule B numbers
  • Mediator to meet with Vancouver truckers
  • Gulf ports weather hurricane
  • Samsung completes record box ships
  • No TACA fuel fee change
  • Deutsche Post cutting costs: CEO
  • Railroads top 2004 pace
  • BNSF out of owned-trailers
  • Swahili Express adds TEUs

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
JULY 11, 2005
  • Canadian mediator calls for talks as tensions intensify
    Federal mediator Vince Ready has called for a special meeting on July 12 for the two sides of the Vancouver trucker dispute to at least negotiate an interim agreement.
  • South African fruit exporters object to APMM-PONL bid
    South African fruit-exporters are among the objectors to the AP Moller-Maersk (APMM) and P&O Nedlloyd (PONL) combination, ci-online can reveal, after the EC delayed its decision on the deal.
  • Netherlands shippers' organisation damns FEFC peak-season surcharge
  • Train operators rail against massive Dutch rate increases
  • Kaliningrad counts its gains, with new container-traffic boosts
  • Maersk Sealand adds capacity to East Med Feeder
  • Macandrews/CMA CGM Swahili service ups capacity
  • Dalian Port Container Terminal handles first box
  • Kolkata-Bangladesh barge-movement of boxes just around the corner
  • Carriers levy emergency bunker charge
  • Claude Lebel joins CMA CGM group

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 11, 2005
  • Restis launches IPO
    Golden Energy Marine aims at $230m Nasdaq dry bulk and products carrier venture.
  • OSG in big sale-leaseback
    New York-listed Overseas Shipholding Group is spinning off a fleet of VLCCs and aframaxes.
  • Stena star for OSG
    Wunderkind Mats Berglund to head crude tanker operations of US shipping group.
  • Hopes rise for captives
    Somali militiamen who hijacked food aid ship could release crew without ransom.
  • HCML goes direct
    Dutch container line beefs up Morocco service with Casablanca call.
  • DnB fronts Precious $250m
    Precious Shipping has taken on a new credit relationship after a full payoff of debt earlier this year.
  • CMA-CGM to buy again?
    French container line eyeing another acquisition to follow purchase of Bollore's Delmas operation.
  • Repairs to disrupt canal
    Panama transits to be affected by work at Atlantic and Pacific locks.
  • Scanscot charters out quartet
    German owner strikes up partnership with Rickmers Line with four-ship deal.
  • No jail for ro-ro master
    A master has been convicted of the involuntary homicide of two French fishermen.
  • Slow start for Aker American
    Shares in new shipowning venture attract small premium in thin trading after Oslo debut.
  • 200 feared dead in ferry sinking
    Hope fading for missing passengers and crew after state-owned vessel capsizes off Indonesia.
  • US Shipping buys handy
    New York-listed shipowner snaps up Jones Act product tanker in $25m acquisition.
  • Myanmar ship damaged in clash
    Five Star Line cargoship holed below waterline in collision with SCI bulker in Visakhapatnam.

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 11, 2005
  • Aker American Shipping listed on Oslo exchange
  • IMO ponders move to electronic ship documents database
  • TACA bunker charges kept the same for another month
  • NATA announces new charter safety initiative
  • Inter-Jet changes name to IJS Global
  • Senior U.S., Chinese officials to discuss further trade liberalization
  • Chertoff: DHS takes disciplined approach for infrastructure protection
  • G8 vows to fight intellectual property theft
  • Portugal signs up for CSI
  • Weber Distribution appoints Cuellar, Silver to new roles
  • Box traffic surges 54% at Jurong port
  • Temporary lock lane closure at Panama Canal

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 11, 2005
  • USGC ports re-open for business
    In the wake of hurricane Dennis, Tampa, New Orleans and Mobile resume operations.
  • Panama bunkering conference announced
    Conference on bunkering in Panama to consider MARPOL Annex VI and other local bunkering issues.
  • Lukoil profits soar despite high tax environment
    Lukoil, Russia's largest oil producer has seen profits soar, but expects increased export duties and operating costs to slow growth for the remainder of the year.
  • ESC calls for caution over bunker fuel surcharges
    The European Shippers Council (ESC) claims that shipping lines and airlines are implementing fuel surcharges which are much higher than justified by oil price rises.
  • Marine fuels contamination sometimes deliberate
    In his 20 years with DNVPS, Managing Director Per Holmvang says he thinks there have been examples of deliberate contamination of bunker fuels, and he shares some thoughts on how contaminants may - accidentally or otherwise - end up in marine fuels.
  • Cruise line implements bunker fuel surcharge
    Another cruise line announces bunker fuel surcharge of $4 per person, per day, amid sky high fuel prices.
  • Singapore: Underground storage decision "in a few months"
    Studies have shown that a proposed underground storage facility at Singapore's Jurong Island is technically feasible, but a decision has been postponed in light of economic aspects as several other storage projects are in the pipeline.
  • Rotterdam sharply lower Monday in quiet market
  • Thailand: Bunker oil traffickers arrested
    Two Thai truck drivers and a boat crewman were arrested in Samut Prakan, Thailand, yesterday for allegedly trafficking in smuggled bunker oil.
  • Hurricane Dennis misses oil refineries, oil prices fall
    Oil prices continue to fall after last Friday's drop following news that the hurricane Dennis missed oil refineries in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Japan: June's retroactive bunker price down from May
    Nippon Oil and Nippon Yusen KK have set a lower 180 cst bunker fuel price for June.

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