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The Business Timesweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2005
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  • NOL, 11 others to raise US land surcharges
    NEPTUNE Orient Lines , Evergreen Marine Corp and 10 other shipping lines plan to raise surcharges on land transportation of containers in the US by as much as 41 per cent because of higher fuel prices.
  • Call to lift Malacca Strait from risk list
    SINGAPORE shippers have urged an international insurance body to remove the Malacca Strait, one of the world's busiest waterways, from its list of 'war risk' areas incurring possible higher premiums.
  • PSA terminal sets handling record in India
    PSA-operated Tuticorin Container Terminal has set a container-handling record in India, achieving a vessel rate of 103 moves an hour.
Admiralty Casebook
  • What exactly are associated ships?
    SHIPS owned by state-owned enterprises that are established at different levels of government in the People's Republic of China are not 'associated' or sister ships, according to a recent decision in South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal.

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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2005
  • Ningbo throughput to surpass 5m boxes in 2005
  • IRISL to expand fleet
  • NYK offers cadet training programmes in Croatia, Romania
  • Wuxi, Wusong simplfy customs clearance procedures
  • We've received loads of new orders, says Portek
  • Mexican port seeks greater slice of US, Asia trade pie
  • Singapore Airlines mulling over Boeing, Airbus deals
  • China Airlines to add Hiroshima frequencies
  • Volga-Dnepr revenues rise
  • Emirates to offer new India destination

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2005
  • US ruling upholds shipowners' right to sue seamen for negligence
  • Ecologists take legal recourse to stop departure of warship to India for scrapping
  • IOC to undertake bunker supplies at Trincomalle
  • Alang ship-breakers sight more lucrative shores
  • DIPP advises Finance Ministry to rectify inverted import duty structure
  • China resumes soyameal imports
  • Optimism on textile exports hitting fiscal target
  • Software exporters may get more tax benefits
  • Nafed seeks single-channel agency status for onion exports
  • Tobacco exporters demand abolition of cess
  • Tuticorin Port crosses yet another milestone
  • SCI-led consortium may order LNG vessel from Samsung
  • Rlys to source wagons from Burn standard and Braithwaite again
  • Transport and dock workers hold HIV/AIDS workshop at Indira Dock
  • Pharma policy draft proposes 8 pc excise duty on drugs, ceilings on trade margins
  • Single-window facilitation centres for top tax-payers to be opened in April 2006
  • Infrastructure sector posts 3 pc growth in November
  • Apeda may set up SAEPZ for poultry
  • BCC&I seminar on capacity building in Mumbai Port & JNP next month

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Maritime Global Netweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2005
  • Oglebay ponders fleet buy up offers

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2005
  • England cedes Secnav slot
  • MacGregor books more post-Panamax orders
  • Cape May--Lewes Ferry study completed

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World Wide Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2005
  • Longview Port Commission Oks land sale to Simpson Timber
  • Marcon brokers sale of supply vessel MR. SONNY
  • TSA warns travelers Indonesian airport unsecure
  • Port of Vancouver, USA marks swearing in of new commissioner
  • DOT eyes expansion of codesharing agreement

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2005
  • Bohai bags $740m order from Nanjing Tanker
    BOHAI Shipbuilding Heavy Industry has won a massive Yuan6bn ($740m) order for 16 tankers from CSC Nanjing Tanker Corp, a subsidiary of China's largest river shipping company, China Changjiang National Shipping (Group), the Xinhua news agency has reported.
  • Hudong yard launches its first LNG carrier
    Shanghai yard Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding has launched its first liquefied natural gas carrier, writes Keith Wallis in Hong Kong .
  • Oglebay's fleet attracts many offers
    Oglebay Norton, the US minerals and aggregates group, has received "numerous" offers for its self-unloading bulk carriers.
  • KG shares trading declines with charter rates
    A FALL in boxship charter rates has brought down the volume of secondhand KG fund shares traded at the Hamburg exchange.
  • P&O's future remains up in the air as Singapore keeps its silence
    AS THE year draws to a close, the future of P&O, the grandest brand in British maritime history, remains uncertain.

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Fairplayweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2005
  • MOL-SCI win Petronet LNG contract
    INDIA'S Petronet LNG has finally awarded the $700M LNG chartering contract to the MOL-led consortium of Shipping Corp of India (SCI), NYK and K-Line
  • Piracy: Jamaica
    ROBBERS armed with assault rifles raided a yacht at anchor in Kingston harbour on 16 December, according to the IMB Piracy Reporting Centre this week
  • Australian LNG for Kochi terminal
    PETRONET LNG'S board of directors have agreed to finalise a deal with Gorgan Projects of Australia for the supply of LNG to its proposed 2.5Mtpa terminal in Kochi (South India)
  • Explosives lost "overboard"
    DELHI has begun a high-level inquiry into the disappearance of over 100 tonnes of explosives bound for Afghanistan from a general cargo ship on 22-23 December
  • SNCM "profitable by 2009"
    THE two imminent new owners of French state-owned ferry operator SNCM expect the ferry company to return to profit in 2009 after a successful reorganisation

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2005
  • Panama to start bidding process on port
    The $600 million container port near the western entrance of the Panama Canal will have annual capacity of 2.4 million TEUs.
  • Miles, Webber to leave CP Ships
  • St. Lawrence Seaway set to close for winter
  • Kenneth Younger Jr. dies at 80
  • Avion Group orders Boeing freighters
  • Port operators eye El Salvador project
  • Hanjin's CAX service to call at Oakland
  • CP Rail to trim 2006 capital spending
  • Hong Kong partially lifts ban on U.S. beef
  • Global airfreight traffic inches up
  • Lufthansa to create 2,400 jobs next year

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2005
  • Crew held after explosives 'lost' at sea
    Over 100 tonnes of explosives loaded in five or six containers have gone missing from a ship, the Eugenia, carrying the consignment from Mumbai to Bandar Abbas a week ago.
  • ACCC nails AELA over OTHC
    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has found against the Australia Liner Europe Association in a complaint brought by the Australian Peak Shippers Association over origin terminal handling charges.
  • Cargo lost as CP Ships denies Valourdiction
  • COSCO Pacific sails into Port Said
  • Jakarta backs private sector investment in ports
  • Toll extends Patrick takeover again and backs PN Tasmania deal
  • Antwerp and Zeebrugge see significant volume rises
  • IRA to hike freight rates by US$150
  • Gwangyang railway construction breaks grounds

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2005
  • TBS strikes again
    Nasdaq-listed TBS International Ltd is picking up another vessel for its growing fleet of bulkers and tweendeckers.
  • Norden juggles handymax
    Danish owner buys, sells and charters back in quick succession.
  • BLT performance slows
    Indonesian operator posts strong nine-month result but third quarter contributes little.
  • Maritrans pockets another $11m
    Underwriters exercise over-allotments despite recent fall in share price.
  • DVB eyes floater finance
    Bank targeting an estimated $35bn in expenditure by floating production industry over next five years.
  • Zim officer may be indicted
    Police enquiry says second officer of the Zim Asia should faces charges over trawler collision.
  • Yemen fixes MISC LNG ships
    Malaysian shipowner achieves 'milestone' with first long-term charter to client outside parent group.
  • Vertigo refloated
    Primal bulker handed back to owners after SvitzerWijsmuller Salvage patch up hole on starboard side.
  • Santa comes to Honolulu
    The head of Matson Navigation's parent company earned $2.36m over the holidays by exercising.
  • Offers for Oglebay bulkers
    Great Lakes owner has received 'numerous' offers for fleet, but has yet to enter into sale agreement.
  • Saudis fund NSCSA tankers
    Four chemical tankers ordered at Hyundai Mipo are to be part funded by a government loan.

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2005
  • European Commission targets civil liability of shipowners
  • Hanjin to add Oakland calls to transpacific loop
  • Hanjin to establish Valencia company
  • Middle East is exception to weak November airfreight volumes
  • Delta pilots give more ground
  • Work stoppage looms for World Airways
  • DHX-Dependable Hawaiian adds trucking unit
  • FMC reviews 3 OTI applications, revokes 6 licenses
  • GAO slams Army for shoddy repair shipment controls
  • COSCO Pacific to buy 20% stake in Suez Canal Container Terminal
  • Antwerp throughput up 7% to 6.5 million TEUs in 2005
  • Longview sells 35 acres to lumber company

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2005
  • Investigation Board critises Stena Line and Swedish Administration
    The Swedish Accident Investigation Board has, almost two years after the accident, filed its report on the collision between the ...
  • Transatlantic sells vessels to strengthen finances
    Transatlantic in Sk'rhamn, Sweden has sold three vessels: the 18,289-GT ro-lo vessels "Finnpine" and "Finnwood" both built 2002 ...




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