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The Business Timesweb site
MAY 30, 2006
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  • Japan Coast Guard to set up anti-piracy team
    IN a bid to help protect Japanese vessels from piracy, the Japan Coast Guard is establishing a dedicated six-member anti-piracy team, one member of which will be stationed in Singapore.
  • Frontline's Q1 profit falls 20% on rising fuel costs
    FRONTLINE Ltd, the world's second largest oil tanker company, said profit in the first quarter slid 20 per cent, hurt by rising fuel costs.
  • Titantic memorabilia up for auction in New York
    BRONZE plaques and other items from Titantic lifeboats that ferried survivors from the ill-fated oceanliner will go up for auction this week in New York, Christie's auction house said on Friday.
  • Concern over sinking of old bulk carriers
  • Sinotrans plans 2b yuan river port revamp

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Sched Netweb site
MAY 30, 2006
  • OOCL, TSK to operate Asia-Middle East service
  • China Merchant's throughput enhanced by Yangshan
  • Nansha dredging gets underway
  • Work starts on CNY1.2b logistics park in Yangzhou
  • FWL CE0 to make keynote presentation at Guangzhou conference
  • FedEx to purchase Watkins Motor Lines
  • Kuehne + Nagel opens logistics centre in Slovakia
  • Korean Air boosts cargo service to Seattle
  • FedEx to start business in Chongqing later this year
  • TIACA increases forum capacity by a further 10pc

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 30, 2006
  • MISC places new largest vessel on Asia-Europe service
  • MISC Logistics signs JV with Rais Hassan
  • Giants to invest in expansion of Qingdao port
  • "K" Line starts new S E Asia feeder service
  • Evergreen takes delivery of new S-type containership
  • ...plans merger of two subsidiary companies
  • International Container buys Indonesian port operator
  • Cosco shipyards wow the world!
  • Singapore maritime industry makes a big splash
  • CMA CGM signs up for 10-year stretch at Hampton Roads Port
  • NYK to open liner agency in Russia
  • MOL planning 600-bn yen expansion
  • Poland offers tremendous business opportunities, says Consul Gen.
  • DGAD slaps provisional anti-dumping duty on Chinese silk fabrics
  • India & china trade may exceed $ 50 bn by 2010-Wenbang fang
  • 1.43 lakh tonnes of onion exported in March, April
  • Ravi Budhiraja to call it a day!
  • CoS for major changes on port link programmes
  • TT Club publishes best practice guide to minimising storm damage
  • Tag to man JNPT's new hi-tech, Bollard pull tug
  • Allied ICD Services launches West Bengal's first private ICD in Durgapur
  • TEA, St. John Logistics JV to set up warehouse at Antwerp
  • FFFAI gives floral welcome to Kamal Nath
  • New US security rules on air cargo mean higher costs for freight forwarders & shippers
  • Rlys to introduce road-railer system for SSIs soon
  • Forex Reserves up by $ 1,342 million to $ 1,63,755 million
  • 74 items to get export benefits under Focus Product scheme
  • Decision on SEZ land size soon

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 30, 2006
  • Müller-Goldenstedt new CSF sales manager
  • DFDS increases revenues and profits
  • United Airlines boosting Hawaii frequencies
  • North Korea cancels cross-border rail service resumption
  • DHL extends CWV contract
  • Open skies across the Atlantic unlikely at present
  • Railinc exits RailSync to focus on core rail industry services
  • Eurocargo 2006 in Cologne, 30 May to 1 June

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Maritime Global Netweb site
MAY 29, 2006
  • Stronger market boosts Frontline
  • Fred Olsen buys Norwegian Crown
  • Virus cruise ship detained
  • LRIT "gives no new powers to coastal states"
  • Good start to year for Seaway

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 30, 2006
  • Borg bids to take maritime transport responsibility from Barrot
    EU COMMISSIONER Joe Borg says the time has come to consider stripping the Brussels transport ministry of its responsibility for maritime industries and setting up a new ministry for maritime affairs.
  • Al Salam owner unafraid of Egypt indictment
    THE owner of the Al Salam Boccaccio 98 has pledged to fight charges of manslaughter lodged with an Egyptian court last week.
  • Virus in the frame for sickness on Van Gogh
    AROUND 500 passengers were unable to board a cruiseship in Harwich on Sunday after the Maritime and Coastguard Agency detained the vessel following a virus outbreak.
  • PST listing sparks interest in new style funds
    WITH the successful launch of Singapore's first listed shipping trust last week banks say interest is growing in this new form of ship finance.

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
MAY 29, 2006
  • NOL revenues still on the skids
    Neptune Orient Lines' liner shipping arm suffered a 5% year-on-year fall in average revenue to US$2,631/FEU in Period 4, for the four weeks to May 5 this year.
  • Java reaps benefits of EU's import duties
  • Inchon tenders logistics site
  • STX and Heung-A launch joint Asian service
  • Constantza gears up for the future

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 29, 2006
  • Gard cuts cost of P&I
    Shipowners to pay $8m less as Norwegian club distributes a slice of its success.
  • Quintana retains lead
    Support for rivals in TradeWinds 'Deal of the Year' poll is growing but Paul Slater still believes Theodore Angelopoulos has pulled off a notable ship sale coup.
  • North West heads down
    Big losses are reported by Russian offshoot of shipping group that is planning an IPO.
  • Vyborg out of the red
    Gulf of Finland shipyard counts the benefit of Kazakh tanker ordering boom.
  • Minoan logs loss
    Sales down slightly as Athens-listed Minoan Lines records another first-quarter loss.
  • Attica reveals takeover plans
    Alexander Panagopulos aims to use ferry sales profit to fund North European passenger shipping acquisition.
  • One missing from Carnival ship
    Twelve-hour vain search for passenger who apparently jumped overboard after argument with his wife.
  • Four handy deals
    Pacific Basin signs for two handysize newbuildings and grabs two other units in $94m spree.
  • Sado slumps again
    Losses continue to pile up at Japanese ferry company Sado Steamship but full-year deficit forecasts are down.
  • Earnings slide at Jinhui
    Weakening freight rates hurt Jinhui Shipping of Hong Kong as chartered-in capesize tonnage spins a loss.
  • Virus halts Norway cruise
    Dutch cruise ship held in UK as passengers and crew fall victim to suspected Norovirus.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 29, 2006
  • Maersk adopts low-sulphur fuel
    Shipowner switching to distillate fuel on all engines for California ports.
  • Hong Kong: Cargoes of 180 cst scheduled to arrive in June
    180 cst bunker fuel remains tight as cargo arrivals have been delayed.
  • Goldman Sachs projects oil prices to touch $105
    Oil prices at $100 per barrel is considered a conservative price in the event of a major supply disruption.
  • Singapore: MPA urges early action on compliance with Bunker Convention
    The Bunker Convention will ensure adequate compensation for persons who suffer damage caused by bunker oil pollution.

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