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The Business Timesweb site
JULY 28, 2005
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  • PTP counting on industrial park to draw more shipping lines
    MALAYSIA's Tanjung Pelepas Port is banking on a huge industrial park to attract more shipping lines.
  • End Vancouver truckers strike, govt urged
    THE Vancouver Board of Trade has asked the Canadian federal government to put an end to the nearly month-long truckers' strike at the Port of Vancouver, which it says is costing the economy nearly C$75 million a week.
  • Growth of China H1 port volume slows
    CHINA's port throughput growth remained on the high side, but the rate has slowed down in the first half of 2005, according to a report released by the Ministry of Communications here yesterday.
  • Greenpeace's blockade of Australian coal port ends
  • Shanghai Port ups share compensation

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Sched Netweb site
JULY 28, 2005
  • SAR proposes fees reduction to attract more cargo
  • Chinese textile industry may be affected by yuan appreciation
  • Vancouver Port strike forces shipping line to divert cargo
  • Shanghai capable of developing long-haul inter-modal connection
  • EU slams door on Chinese sweater imports
  • Dnata, PWC Logistics announce air cargo joint venture
  • Coyne Airways doubles service to Caspian region

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 27, 2005
  • Von Rantzau brothers to manage Deutsche Afrika-Linien
  • Arkas holds naming ceremony for new containership
  • MNG with new services to Amsterdam and Paris
  • Port of Vancouver to refuse truck-bound cargo
  • Globalink Logistics Group achieves ISO certification
  • Tiaca delegates will gather in China in 2006

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Maritime Global Netweb site
JULY 27, 2005
  • Bulker and ro-ro escape Somali pirate attacks
  • Euronav earnings "within expectations"
  • Paris MOU to switch to risk profiling
  • Company Declares Cash Dividend of $0.53 Per Share
  • Multraship buys Bulgarian towage company

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 27, 2005
  • Diamond Offshore reports soaring income
  • U.S. and Cyprus sign ship boarding agreement

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 27, 2005
  • FESCO will move Russian cargo through Port of Everett
  • Vancouver BC terminal receives giant container cranes
  • Lewis & Clark events scheduled for Chittenden Locks
  • Port of Seattle offering shore power for cruise ships
  • BNSF setting records with second quarter numbers

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 28, 2005
  • Greenpeace coal protest in Newcastle
    THE Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior returned to its berth at midday yesterday after having blocked the entrance channel to the Australian port of Newcastle since about 0700 hrs, reports Lloyd's List DCN in Australia .
  • Kogas poised to reveal partners in LNG ship deal
    Korea Gas Corp, the world's single largest buyer of liquefied natural gas, expects to name partners for a shipping joint venture, which will own four vessels, within the next few months.
  • P&O doubles capacity in Vostochny
    grBRITAIN'S re-focused ports group P&O yesterday signalled its £1.5bn ($2.6bn) London Gateway terminal would not curb acquisition and expansion outside the UK, as it announced capacity will double at the Russian Pacific gateway port of Vostochny, writes Jerry Frank.
  • Fire destroys Indian oil platform
    A MAJOR fire yesterday engulfed a large oil production platform on India's largest offshore oil field, destroying a key part of the country's own production infrastructure and resulting in a huge search and rescue operation.

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Fairplayweb site
JULY 27, 2005
  • Aratere grounding narrowly avoided
    AN accident investigation team has revealed that the ferry Aratere narrowly avoided grounding last september after failing to make a programmed course alteration
  • RCCL overcomes cost woes
    ROYAL Caribbean Cruises Ltd has taken full advantage of a clearly strengthening booking environment to secure an impressive second quarter
  • US/Canada ferry start-up delayed
    A FERRY service between Boston and the Canadian Maritimes will now not begin this year after negotiations to secure the Scotia Prince ferry collapsed
  • Caltram seafarers find a voice
    THE bankruptcy in March of the Algerian-Libyan liner shipping company Caltram is now receiving attention after a complaint from the Algerian officers' union
  • Euronav profit fall acceptable
  • Multraship buys Bulgarian Bourgas
  • Arlington slips in second quarter
  • TFDS increases security measures
  • Shreyas profit leaps
  • Volgotanker tax fight moves on
  • Indonesian THC cuts welcomed
  • Migrant Watch: US/Caribbean

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 27, 2005
  • Optimism as Vancouver talks resume
    Striking truck drivers return to talks with new negotiator amid hopes that Teamsters side deal will provide template for new rate agreement.
  • FMC slates NVO meeting
  • Hanjin rates up
  • Second delay for LA peak fee
  • CAFTA faces close House vote
  • Asia imports power BNSF
  • Highway bill goes to votes
  • FedEx gets $1B credit facility
  • New cranes for Vancouver
  • Lift for Atlas quarter

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
JULY 27, 2005
  • Truckers' return to negotiations raises expectations of strike resolution
    Mediated negotiations on a prolonged trucker strike will re-start in Vancouver today fuelling optimism that a resolution to a conflict that has sharply hit container flows can be found.
  • PierPASS extends free time
    PierPASS, the new off-peak programme at Los Angeles and Long Beach Ports, is postponing fee-collections one more day to test computer fixes made on Tuesday to speed up transactions.
  • Capricious charter market dances to owner's whims
  • Taiwan negotiators fail to make cross-straits trade talks
  • P&O Ports ups Russian Far East investment
  • ICTSI interests slam Australian terminal duopoly
  • HMM borrows €40m to repay debts
  • Restructuring of CNC Transports well on the way
  • Korea conducts special anti-terrorism inspections
  • Hanjin's June freight index maintains growth
  • Sydney eclipses all box records

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 27, 2005
  • Genmar falls 23% from year ago
    General Maritime reports lower 2Q results on smaller fleet, lower utilisation, higher costs.
  • RCL rides the waves
    Cruise company forges ahead with 26% rise in second-quarter profits.
  • MISC to issue Sharia bonds
    Malaysian company will raise more than $250m with offering of non-payment bonds.
  • Leonhardt & Blumberg: true blue
    German owner hits back at union campaign, saying has blue certificates for ships.
  • Smit profits leap 30%
    Salvage firm's Amsterdam-listed stock now at record levels as share price nudges EUR 45.
  • Hextalls pinches Stallards team
    Five-man shipping and transport group decamps to new London law firm.
  • P&O bets on Russian box growth
    UK ports group doubling port operations in Vostochny.
  • Samudera breaks into LNG
    Feedership specialist revealed as surprise third partner to NYK and Sovcomflot in Tangguh gas deal.
  • Profits ease at Arlington
    Lower spot rates and higher fuel costs dent financial performance at Stena tanker spin-off
  • Cyprus signs up to US PSI
    Deal will allow Cyprus-flagged ships to be stopped and searched for weapons of mass destruction.
  • Greenpeace targets Aussie coal
    Protest at Newcastle coal port ends with five arrests and no delays to shipping activities.

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 27, 2005
  • Crowley picks new logistics agent in Nicaragua
  • Northwest facing bankruptcy after $225 million second quarter net loss
  • BNSF's net income jumps 47%
  • CP Railway's 2nd quarter net income up 46%
  • FMC to hold NSA meeting on Aug. 3
  • FMC reviews 5 OTI license applications
  • GAO cites weaknesses in U.S. trade agreement enforcement
  • Chinese provinces to promote copyright laws
  • GT Nexus to provide IT services for Carmichael
  • P&O Ports plans to double Vostochny capacity
  • Montreal box volume up 6.3%
  • Le Havre cargo up 4.7% in first half

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
JULY 27, 2005
  • Germanischer Lloyd tops port state control statistics
    Germanisher Lloyd has the lowest three year detention rate in the statistics of the port state control organisation Paris MOU ...
  • Early start for SCF DFDS Line
    The new SCF DFDS Line will officially open next year, but the service will start shortly to prepare the market ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 27, 2005
  • $15m bunker cost rise triggers BC Ferries fare hike
    BC Ferries implements a fuel surcharge to cover escalating costs of fueling its fleet of 35 ferries, tells Bunkerworld that it is 'exploring fuel saving options'.
  • Singapore: SPC profits surge 291% in Q2, 2005
    Singapore Petroleum Company (SPC) experienced a surge in turnover and profits in the second quarter (and first half) of this year, buoyed by high oil prices, strong refining margins and robust demand for oil products.
  • Market split on impact of latest US inventory figures
    Some analysts say distillate build could signal weakness for crude prices.
  • PKN-Orlen remains majority shareholder of Ship-Service
    After a three-hour-long shareholders' meeting, PKN-Orlen remains the majority shareholder of Polish bunker supplier Ship-Service SA, but another meeting is scheduled to take place early next month.
  • DOE & API at a glance: Latest US inventory figures
    The two US inventory reports released today were in discrepancy on crude levels, but both showed solid gains in stocks of distillate fuels, whereas gasoline fell sharply.
  • Suppliers see little impact from Odessa refinery upgrade
    Odessa refinery set to shut down for major upgrade project to boost output of light products, but suppliers in the area appear unfazed.
  • Asia: Glencore boosts fuel oil throughput capacity 40%
    Swiss trading firm Glencore has boosted its fuel oil trading operations in Asia with the lease of a floating storage vessel operated by Titan Petrochemicals Group Ltd (Titan) in Malaysia's Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP).
  • ARA market largely steady this morning
  • Mexico: Customs' decision could prompt 30% sales increase
    Mexico's bunker market has welcomed a decision by the Mexican Customs authorities to relax its restrictive controls on the sale of diesel fuel in the country's main ports.
  • Typhoon Banyan passes Tokyo Bay
    Typhoon Banyan has moved across Tokyo Bay and the port's bunkering activities have slowly been resumed this morning.

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