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The Business Timesweb site
AUGUST 29, 2006
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  • Maersk accused of toying with NZ ports
    DANISH shipping giant Maersk's plans to cut calls to New Zealand ports is threatening the future of New Zealand ports, the mayor of the country's largest city of Christchurch says.
  • KDB to unveil plan for sale of Daewoo Shipbuilding next year
    KOREA Development Bank , a top shareholder in Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co Ltd, will announce in early 2007 a plan to sell the world's No 2 shipbuilder, the bank's governor said yesterday.
  • Arroyo calls for compliance with single-hull vessel ban
    PHILIPPINE President Gloria Arroyo has asked the country's ship owners to hasten compliance with a United Nations' rule banning vessels with a single steel hull to prevent another oil spill.
  • Abu Dhabi picks Bechtel to manage US$2.18b port
  • Dalian Port applies to build more berths
  • Greek shipowners expand fleet by 4% as demand rises

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Sched Netweb site
AUGUST 29, 2006
  • Cosco Pacific and APM to operate Nansha Phase Two together
  • Hanjin and STX Pan Ocean to offer new Ho Chi Minh service
  • CCT takes delivery of three modern quay cranes
  • Kuehne + Nagel to manage supply chain for Swiss retailer
  • Todd Coleman to represent Washington state ports on transport board
  • Korean Air begins Dalian charter service
  • Macau Airport 2006 throughput forecast to rise 3.5pc
  • DHL opens facility near Indonesian airport

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Exim Indiaweb site
AUGUST 29, 2006
  • Sewing up logistics ends
  • Greased gateways
  • Shore comes the sailor!
  • Getting shipshape
  • Grand Alliance & TNWA add Savannah to rotation
  • Fangcheng-Ho Chi Minh City shipping service gets under way CMA CGM to expand PEX2 service
  • Major Norwegian tanker shipping group merger
  • IBM to transform Safmarine's IT infrastructure in SA
  • MISC to offer Halal service
  • Singamas sees 21 pc sales leap in 2006
  • PIL expands, acquires stake in NZ-based PDL
  • Steady as she goes for Evergreen
  • Safmarine names NSRI's new rescue craft
  • Insurance costs may rise by 10 pc with stricter rules
  • Ship-repair boom boosts Cosco's Q2 profit
  • GM soyaoil imports to get one-time clearance
  • More duty-free wheat imports
  • Making SEZnse!
  • Berth pangs
  • Capital CWC leader
  • Aegis Logistics plans chemical, gas terminals at 5 Ports
  • R&D expenditure 0.8 pc of GDP
  • Capital draw
  • Assocham holding 2-day tax meet

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International Transport Journalweb site
AUGUST 28, 2006
  • Swiss World Cargo appoints new regional manager
  • New cranes for Tips container terminal in Laem Chabang
  • Lufthansa Cargo flying from Munich to Sao Paulo (GRU)
  • GL and BV'S new rules for inland vessels
  • Walon UK wins new contract with General Motors
  • Fresh Opportunities Congress 2006 - registration deadline

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Marine Logweb site
AUGUST 28, 2006
  • Naming ceremony at Austal
  • Port capacity problems loom as hurricane season begins

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World Wide Shipperweb site
AUGUST 28, 2006
  • Port of Vancouver's Todd Coleman named to Washington transport board
  • Additional oil spill spotted from tanker BRIGHT ARTEMIS
  • California Maritime Academy head will speak at Propeller Club meeting
  • Hanjin teams with Pan Ocean for new container service
  • Coast Guard Commandant makes stop in Seattle

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Lloyd's Listweb site
AUGUST 29, 2006
  • EU transport mastermind Lamoureux dies aged 59
    FRANCOIS Lamoureux, former European commission director general for transport, has died following a short battle against cancer. He was 59.
  • Owners face legal black hole on tramp shipping rules
    SHIPOWNERS with tonnage deployed in pools are facing a legal nightmare as the European Commission prepares to extend its jurisdiction to the tramp sector.
  • Maersk loses US trade after P&O takeover
    LEAKED figures show Maersk Line has lost considerable market share in the US trades since buying P&O Nedlloyd, writes Janet Porter.
  • NCL faces racial discrimination complaint over alleged sackings
    NORWEGIAN Cruise Line has been sued in the US for racial discrimination after allegedly sacking seven Muslim employees on a US-flag cruiseship because they were deemed security risks, writes Rajesh Joshi in New York.
  • Dutch minister tackles asbestos stand-off
    DUTCH state secretary for the environment, Pieter van Geel, flew out to Turkey yesterday in a bid to relieve mounting diplomatic pressure stemming from the latest asbestos ship scrapping controversy.

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
AUGUST 28, 2006
  • Proposal for LA box charge revived
    Calif. State Sen. Lowenthal is attempting to resurrect bill that would levy $30 charge on all LA-Long Beach containers.
  • Fla. ports on storm alert
  • U.S. presses China on Doha
  • Pact for FedEx, pilots
  • Charges in LA-Evergreen bribery investigation
  • Hamburg Süd expands in China
  • Ship damages bridge over LA port channel
  • Schenker tests box RFID
  • Zim buys stake in China container factory
  • Cochin port seeks 30% hike in user tariffs
  • De Jong to lead Air France-KLM cargo marketing

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
AUGUST 28, 2006
  • Single haulage rate welcomed by Malaysian truckers
    Malaysian hauliers have said that they are likely to introduce a single rate for both 20ft and 40ft boxes from October.
  • Profits slump sees CSCL hold interim dividend
  • DHL banks on Indonesian growth with new logistics depot
  • Record profits for bigger Toll
  • UASC starts calling at DPW's Busan terminal
  • Dalian Port's profit surge tops 50%
  • AAX shifts Klang calls

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TradeWindsweb site
AUGUST 28, 2006
  • Savage outcome
    Pennsylvania district judge who once sided with Stolt-Nielsen lifts ban against indictment, throws out chemical carrier's appeal.
  • Euronav confirms 2 buys
    Belgium-based company owns up to reports that it is the buyer of two Geden resales at Samsung for 2008-09 deliveries at $170m en bloc.
  • Bidding war?
    Teekay may find itself in a fight for joint-venture partner Petrojarl and could be in it to win it, says US investment bank.
  • CSCL crumbles
    Shanghai owner loses 96% of earnings in first six months as fuel costs bite.
  • Bergshav adds three
    Atle Berghaven's firm to manage product tankers purchased by K/S company from Roxana.
  • Global triples profits
    Sales drop but Malaysian tanker owner reports another strong quarter.
  • Tallink re-flags
    Estonian owner reduces costs and hikes salaries by registering the Regina Baltica in Latvia.
  • Koreans target Vietnam
    STX Pan Ocean to join compatriot owner Hanjin Shipping to launch upgraded Vietnam service.
  • Home and dry
    Hanjin Heavy meets 2006 order target after Danish owner scores two 3,100-teu containerships.

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American Shipperweb site
AUGUST 28, 2006
  • MOL adds second 6,350-TEU ship to Pacific Southwest Express loop
  • Same again for CTSA's October bunker surcharges
  • Hanjin and STX to upgrade Vietnam service
  • "Cougar Ace" heads for Portland
  • German liner strengthens China activities
  • Zim invests in Chinese container factory
  • Vessel strikes Port of L.A. bridge; no damage reported
  • Chao, Connaughton to speak at New York mariner alumni dinner
  • DOT grants Polar Air new China flights
  • FedEx seals deal with pilots
  • Stolen laptop contains data on truck drivers
  • OOIDA applauds FMCSA clarification on broker registration
  • SCI reveals expansion plans
  • USDA to allow tomato imports from certain Central American countries
  • Gävle Container Terminal open, OOCL adds it to North Europe/Baltic loop
  • Former CMA CGM exec recommended for Long Beach post
  • Coleman appointed to Washington transportation board
  • First ship arrives in Mogadishu

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
AUGUST 28, 2006
  • Freeport suspends bunkering
    Tropical storm shutting down local operations, Florida waiting.
  • Port foreshadows Caribbean expansion
    New bunkering facilities may be part of $100 million port project.
  • High cat fines confirmed by second testing agency
    DNVPS confirming alarming cat fine levels in samples from same port Viswa Lab recently raised concerns about.
  • Crude prices below $72 as hurricane threat subsides
    Energy traders wary of potential storm damage to rigs and refineries.
  • Quiet market in Rotterdam
  • Singapore suppliers annoyed with flash point bunker alert
    DNVPS stands by its decision to issue the alert on consideration of the ships' safety.
  • SGX announces fuel oil swaps clearing
    SGX to begin clearing of OTC balance-of-month fuel oil 180 cst and 380 cst swaps next week.
  • Hong Kong 180 cst sales continue poor showing
    Avails for the product mixed as possible tightness could be offset by muted demand.




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