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The Business Timesweb site
JUNE 12, 2007
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  • DP World plans 2 bonds to raise up to US$3b
    DUBAI port operator DP World plans to raise as much as US$3 billion by selling two benchmark size bonds, one of which will have a maturity of up to 30 years, a banker who attended the company's presentation said on Sunday.
  • Hyundai Heavy may up stake in refiner
    HYUNDAI Heavy Industries Co, the world's largest shipyard operator, may increase its stake in Hyundai Oilbank Co, South Korea's fourth-biggest oil refiner.
  • Shipping resumes at Australia's Newcastle port
    SHIPPING operations have resumed at Australia's top coal export port of Newcastle, after loadings were stopped by a storm, a spokesman for the Newcastle Port Corporation said yesterday.

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 12, 2007
  • Cosco group to build shipyard in Dalian
  • Maersk service tops all others in volume calling at Tianjin
  • OOCL closes NY deal with Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan
  • Hanjin Shipping celebrates 30th birthday of its Asia Regional head office
  • ICTSI signs 20-year concession for Ecuadorian terminals
  • Menlo Worldwide to buy 3PL Cougar Holdings & Cougar Express for US$34m
  • US Vancouver port awarded US$5.4m green grant
  • China Southern launches first of 4 services to South Korea
  • Dragonair will add flights, destinations, and Japan charters
  • Hactl airfreight tonnage increases 0.8pc in May

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 12, 2007
  • TNWA starts two Suez & Panama services to Savannah
  • MSC's new Tiger Service calls at XICT
  • Hapag-Lloyd limits shipments of heavy boxes returning to Asia
  • Maersk Line forms JV with Philippine firm
  • Evergreen Line launches new S-series vessel
  • MOL signs space charter deal with Sinotrans
  • Hamburg sud cuts NY service from 2 to 1 terminal call
  • FEFC increases rates from July 1
  • DP World gets nod for UK port deal
  • China RFID solution to automatically monitor containerised cargo transport
  • Menlo Worldwide, LLC, to acquire South-East Asia 3PL Cougar Holdings & its primary subsidiary
  • PSA International & IPH to develop UK box terminal
  • Agency Sector Management sows seeds of Sequoia project
  • Spices exports up by 44 pc in April
  • Ban on export of milk powder may be lifted in Sept.
  • JNPT augments box handling equipment
  • Dhamra port site not turtle nesting zone, avers Tata Steel
  • MPSEZ takes delivery of 4 state-of-art RMQCs
  • 74 pc stake in new rly rolling stock-making units to private cos mooted
  • Private operators setting the ground even before govt whets merchant airport policy
  • On development runway, Cochin Int'l Airport seeks foreign partner
  • CWC Logistics Park at D'Node takes off
  • Pulses production to increase to 17 m. tonnes in 2008-09
  • Now, Minister fancies integrated leather parks
  • Navi Mumbai SEZ fate hinges on BoA's June 22 meeting
  • Gujarat's action against octroi elates AIAI
  • 20th batch of Export Import Workshop from June 23

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 11, 2007
  • Schenker appoints new UK sales director
  • CMA CGM first global carrier to call at DCT Gdansk
  • TAP can take over PGA
  • Meyer & Meyer and Kerry Logistics to collaborate
  • A warm welcome from the ITJ at transport logistic

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Maritime Global Netweb site
JUNE 11, 2007
  • Public cash for Galileo
  • Salvage starts on Pasha Bulker
  • New CEO for Aker Yards
  • Tiefensee repeats support for switch to diesel
  • Samskip buys Delphis Team Lines' door-to-door business

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 11, 2007
  • BC Ferries newbuilds wrapped to promote Winter Olympics
  • Cal Dive swoops on Horizon Offshore
  • Another $197 million for DDG 1000
  • ACL lowers earnings guidance
  • Carnival exercises option at Fincantieri
  • ASA and Coast Guard formalize partnership
  • Julin takes helm at Aker Yards

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 11, 2007
  • Port of Bellingham funds back college's industrial welding program
  • Port of Tacoma promotes Brian Mannelly
  • Coast Guard teams with DQ to reward kids wearing lifejackets
  • Waterfront committee presents findings to Camas-Washougal port commissioners
  • Oregon governor to speak at Port of Portland luncheon

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 11, 2007
  • IMB sounds red alert over Somalia piracy
    PIRACY watchdog wants greater international naval intervention, even into Somalia's territorial waters.
  • Somalian attacks pose threat to food aid
  • China slaps fines on agreements for illegal ops
    MINISTRY of Communications says ISAA and IRSA member lines were operating illegally in China.
  • Oil supply crunch may ensue, producers warn
    OIL companies say soaring costs and shortage of skilled labour could lead to a supply crunch in the coming decades.
  • A short war far from home
    NOBODY could conceive why the British were quite so steamed up about the Falkland Islands, with its tiny population of sheep farmers.
  • Better balance for building
    THE standard newbuilding contract, Newbuildcon, unveiled by BIMCO strikes all the right notes - but will it be used?

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Fairplayweb site
JUNE 11, 2007
  • $100 barrel seen as unsustainable
    Talk of oil prices hitting $100 per barrel have been scotched by a leading oil executive
  • Carnival exercises HAL option
    CARNIVAL Corp is continuing its Italian building spree, confirming that it has exercised an option for another Holland America Line vessel
  • Caribbean box mix changing
    FEWER tourists are heading for the Caribbean; this has cut the number of containers imported, but increased property developments should counterbalance such losses
  • Ionia indicted for falsifying logs
    IONIA Management and an officer on product tanker Kriton have been indicted for falsifying oil logs to cover up illegal dumping
  • China strategy may shift to pipelines
    CHINA'S concerns over energy security may see a policy shift that will focus on overland imports of oil through pipelines, says a US energy strategist
  • OEL unaffected by detention
    ORIENT Express Lines' regular fortnightly Chittagong'Colombo IBS feeder service continues its operations, despite damaging a jetty
  • Ministers seek Galileo options
  • Japan tonnage tax plans firming
  • Indian miner moves into ship owning
  • Five killed as blaze destroys ferry
  • Julin replaces Kjelstad at Aker Yards
  • BC's Queen fuel decision opposed
  • Pasha Bulker hull breached

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 11, 2007
  • LA truck plan facing major roadblocks
    Clean truck plan proposed by Port of Los Angeles-Long Beach facing uphill battle against legal and political hurdles.
  • Panama Canal tonnage up
  • Baltimore port sets mark
  • No change for Trans-Atlantic fuel charges
  • Canada wants WTO panel in U.S. farm aid case
  • Minnesota added to e-truck filing
  • Maersk wins Savona contract
  • Shipping Corp. of India to buy 72 ships
  • DP World asks Cochin bids
  • Cargo 2000's Cesana dies
  • Record volume for Kandla

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
JUNE 11, 2007
  • Joint Venture in Antwerp for Yang Ming and Burger Group
  • Short-sea consolidation continues apace as Delphis door ' door business goes to Samskip
  • Canada ' Transpacific carriers hike fuel charges
  • Newly acquired Unifeeder to deploy 1,000 TEU ship on North Sea and Baltic service
  • UK ports prepare for the peak season onslaught with improved systems and new facilities

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 11, 2007
  • 'Business as usual'
    First prosecution witness from Odfjell tells Philly judge that Richard Wingfield pledged to continue antitrust cartel after March 2002.
  • Eitzen behind India deal?
    Gujarat NRE Coke is taking two 60,000-dwt bulker newbuildings on 10-year time charter with purchase option.
  • Force majeure at Newcastle
    Ship loading on Newcastle is essentially on hold until next week as BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto declare force majeure.
  • Palios and Fortis selling again
    Principal Simeon Palios and Fortis Bank are already preparing to sell down their holdings in Diana Shipping again.
  • Letdown, buyback
    US barge operator ACL is cutting its earnings guidance for 2007 by 16% but sugaring the news with a share buyback.
  • Gas pressure from EU
    European Union wants industry to do more to cut harmful gas emissions with trading scheme mooted.
  • Winter port was unsafe
    Is sending a handymax to St Petersburg during the ice season nominating an unsafe port?
  • Smit seals tug deal
    Dutch salvage group orders four offshore terminal vessels from domestic Damen shipyard.
  • Canal wait shortened
    Waiting time is down at the Panama Canal even as traffic is up from last year, say canal authorities.
  • DNV calls for green action
    Class society chief Henrik Madsen opens Nor Shipping conference with challenge to owners over environment.
  • Carnival firms at Fincantieri
    Cruise giant takes options for Holland America Line franchise at Italian yard in $567m deal.
  • Japan holds 21
    Oily water separator puts Interorient boxship among detainees for May.
  • Samskip goes door-to-door
    Icelandic container line takes over part of Delphis Team Lines' business, winning fixed allocation on its vessels.
  • Costs hurt CMA CGM
    First-quarter profit sent tumbling at French giant by rising costs and financial expenses.
  • Novoship soars
    Russian tanker owner's first quarter profit boosted by sales of older vessels.
  • STX thinks big
    Korean shipbuilder wants revenues of KRW 20 trillion by 2010 as it focuses on bulkers, tankers and LNG.
  • Bharati bags brace
    Indian shipyard to build two anchor-handling tugs for Norwegian owner in $65m deal.
  • Julin rises to the top
    Aker Yards' cruiseship division head succeeds Karl Erik Kjelstad as Norwegian giant's CEO.
  • Pasha's hull breached
    Japanese owned panamax bulker said to be taking on water, but there are no signs of pollution.
  • Eimskip takes total control
    Expanding Icelandic boxship line brings holding in UK cold storage operation Innovate to 100%.
  • Fire kills five off Philippines
    Ferry stripped to the hull by blaze said to have been overcrowded when fire broke out.
  • Salvors board Pasha
    Men and equipment have been put aboard the ground bulker to carry out a detailed assessment.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 11, 2007
  • Teekay, Torm complete deal
  • Delphis offloads Team Lines to Samskip after short ownership
  • Julin new CEO of Aker Yards
  • TACA keeping BAF, CAF at same levels
  • Cargo 2000 director Cesana dead at 66
  • NIT League criticizes L.A.-Long Beach clean truck plan
  • COOL becomes hot again
  • Eimskip buys U.K. temperature controlled logistics company
  • Trade Extensions expands using former Freight Traders team
  • CORRECTION: U.S. logistics costs reach 9.9% of GDP in 2006
  • ICTSI readies to take over Syrian terminal
  • NYSA cuts cargo assessment in New York-New Jersey
  • Port of N.Y.-N.J. continuing on-dock rail expansion
  • Giuliani makes port security proposal

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
JUNE 11, 2007
  • Bourbon Dolphin commission gets under way
    The royal commission into the Bourbon Dolphin sinking on April 12th of Shetland has got underway amid demands from the ...
  • Danica White crew safe in Somalia
    The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs has sent out a statement saying that the crew of the coaster Danica White ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 11, 2007
  • O.W. Bunker opens new Chile office
    Supplier expanding operations with new trading office servicing South America, bunker tanker in region.
  • Salvage team struggles to prevent leak
    Grounded bulker still poses threat to Australian coast.
  • Horizon Terminal on target
    Plans to expand oil storage terminal in Singapore are on track, despite the rising cost of raw materials.
  • Congestion at Rotterdam
  • Bunkering to start in Gwadar soon
    New Pakistani port to see a few local suppliers commence bunker supply in two to three months.
  • Oil could hit $80 this year, Iranian official says
    Tropical storms one factor that could push up prices, an official from National Iranian Oil Company says.
  • Hong Kong shelves cold ironing plans
    Not practical to provide shore power supply before international standards are drawn up, official says.




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