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The Business Timesweb site
FEBRUARY 13, 2007
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  • Container shipping expected to grow 10%
    THE head of the world's biggest container shipping line is expecting a healthy container market demand growth of around 10 per cent overall this year.
  • HK shipowners slam ICS fuel emissions policy
    IN A remarkably blunt statement, the Hong Kong Shipowners Association has disassociated itself from an International Chamber of Shipping statement on emissions policy.

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Sched Netweb site
FEBRUARY 13, 2007
  • Matson to implement China-Long Beach Express rate hike
  • Maersk Logistics helps set up supply chain innovation hub in HK
  • Port of Tianjin January container volume rises 29.8pc
  • APL to buy 2 leased box ships, purchase a new one from Danaos Corp.
  • Memphis sees itself centre of container trucking over 10 years
  • Hactl cargo up 0.4pc in January as exports, transshipments fall
  • Air India regards airfreight market as cash cow
  • Canada's aviation security net found to be riddled with holes

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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 13, 2007
  • BM Shipping India Pvt. Ltd launched
  • CMA CGM's 'Vasco Express' service commencing today
  • Indian tonnage drifts in regime of costly ships, plethora of taxes & sluggish freight market
  • GE Shipping sells single-hull Suezmax crude carrier
  • 16 carriers plan to raise Europe-Asia rates from March
  • A.P. Moller-Maersk celebrates latest newbuild
  • Samsung Heavy, Daewoo win $ 2.37-bn LNG tanker orders
  • Move to increase Panama Canal tariffs
  • PSA's Viet JV to build container port
  • PSA Int'l signs accord to run Pak's Gwadar port
  • NYK & Panalpina agree on global cooperation
  • 50 years on board!
  • Hanjin Shipping launches two 6,555-TEU boxships
  • $ 1.47-bn new orders in Jan. from Greek shipowners
  • Port of Hamburg moves record sea freight in 2006
  • Maersk Contractors wins drilling rig lease deal
  • Famous Pacific Shipping seeks Group Exec. Dir.
  • Antwerp Port's volumes up 4.6 pc
  • Jebel Ali Port to expand cargo capacity
  • 4 lakh tonnes sugar ready for export
  • PIB clears 4-laning of road to Cochin ICTT
  • Setting records becomes easy for Vizag Port
  • Rail freight corridors to foster friendship with Japan
  • Lalu may ride PPP model to success in Rly Budget
  • Railways hauls 593.65 m tonnes freight during April-January
  • Private sector invest 75 pc more than public sector
  • Fieo chief pleads for indefinite extension of DEPB scheme

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International Transport Journalweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2007
  • Mehdorn elected European president in UIC
  • TT-Line remains market leader in Germany-Sweden ferry traffic
  • New service from Vatry airport to Algeria
  • Intercontainer increases volumes in 2006
  • Gruber Logistics takes over Jung & Leyener

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Maritime Global Netweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2007
  • EMSA snubs bunker industry
  • Erika trial starts
  • ICTSI's disaster recovery deal
  • Sharjah expansion underway
  • Honour for shipping lawyer

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Marine Logweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2007
  • Federal agencies collaborate on ballast water regs
  • Aker American secures product tanker financing
  • Omega breaks into Panamax ice niche
  • LR gains USCG authorization for FOI's
  • Cruise ship and rice barge collide
  • $300 million contract for Sembcorp Marine unit
  • VT Group buys MILCOM

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World Wide Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2007
  • Vancouver USA port board Oks use of IDD tax levy
  • Oregon lottery dollars going to transportation projects
  • Port of Newport bond project earns honor for committee members
  • State of Washington buying PCC rail freight system
  • Carnival selects names for two new luxury liners

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Lloyd's Listweb site
FEBRUARY 13, 2007
  • Erika trial kicks-off
    DEFENDANTS alleged to have used inadequate vetting procedure and to have badly supervised major repairs.
  • Erika final judgment unlikely before September
  • Restis inks new $278m supramax order
    GREEK group orders up to eight super-handymax bulkers after last year shedding 10 handymaxes from its existing fleet and order book.
  • Bid to takeover Adsteam wins Britain's support
    BRITAIN'S competition authorities have backed SvitzerWijsmuller's A$693m bid, subject to the disposal of some interests in Liverpool.

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Fairplayweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2007
  • Trade deals threaten Canadian yards
    CANADA'S struggling shipbuilding industry could be placed in even greater jeopardy under proposed free trade agreements, a report has warned
  • SK Corp to tap oil development in Vietnam
    A move by SK Corporation to buy a 25% stake in Vietnam's offshore oil resources will mean work for the six VLCCs acquired last year by SK Shipping
  • Carnival Corp drops yield outlook
    CARNIVAL Corp has cut its 2007 pricing outlook due to Caribbean weakness, but its earnings forecast remains unchanged on lower fuel
  • Ship-to-ship LNG transfer successful
  • Adsteam approval needs Liverpool sale
  • Chevron to bid for Yukos assets
  • Corsica operators make their bids
  • Rice barge hits Carnival's Fantasy
  • MSC boxship collides on maiden call
  • Shipping split on air emissions
  • Erika trial begins today

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2007
  • Vancouver seeks Deltaport partner
    Canada's Port of Vancouver is looking for a partner to design, build and operate a $1.2-billion terminal project at Deltaport (left).
  • Strike hits Canadian National
  • Retailers urge Congress to extend fast-track authority
  • NRS building transload facility in Savannah
  • Aker secures financing for Jones Act tankers
  • Malaysia terminal to expand
  • Lufthansa cargo gains
  • Mumbai port bid approved
  • Unisys upgrades airfreight management system
  • India OKs Cochin highway
  • 'Green' plans key to port expansion, says Connaughton

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2007
  • Management team departs Rotterdam's ECT Euromax
    The APMT management team of Rotterdam's Euromax container terminal has departed, leaving the terminal's completion to be overseen by ECT staff, ci-online can reveal.
  • Strike hits CN freight network in Canada
  • Mumbai Port Board confirms successful bidder for offshore box project
  • Svitzer's Adsteam takeover moves closer
  • Inchon Port to add two more berths
  • Court challenge to Patrick Shipping sale
  • Brazil terminal operators call for extension to investment-boosting law
  • Multi-user retailer centre to open at Savannah

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2007
  • Tug spill closes waterway
    Coast Guard says 700 gallons leaked from Kirby unit has closed six-mile stretch of intercoastal near Lake Charles.
  • ONE takes two, with ice
    US-listed Omega Navigation Enterprises brings products fleet to eight with buy of two ice-class panamax newbuildings at $64.5m each.
  • Houston, we have a tanker
    Aker Philadelphia shipyard completes delivery of first products tanker to be leased to OSG subsidiary and end-user Shell.
  • Fraud claims rise to $500m
    Sovcomflot dramatically raises the stakes in bribery and corruption battle with Yuri Nikitin and Dmitry Skarga.
  • Regasification milestone
    Cargo of LNG carrier Excelsior is discharged at innovative Teesport facility.
  • Myklebust makes it three
    Norwegian yard to build third coastguard ship for Remoy Management.
  • Erika trial kicks off
    Landmark criminal action sees Total, Rina, shipowner Giuseppe Savarese and others in a French dock over disastrous 1999 sinking.
  • Propontis seeks shelter
    Damaged Tsakos aframax heads under own power towards Finnish port of Porvoo to await cargo discharge.
  • Jaya jolted
    Interim profit down at Singapore shipbuilder and owner, as costs jump.
  • Q-Ship in the money
    Qatar owner banks $26m profit from sale of 2003-built products carrier to Vietman.
  • Cosco Corp smiling
    Shipyard group Cosco Corp (Singapore) sees bright 2007 after announcing 28% rise in annual profit.
  • Southern challenges sale
    Tasmanian owner will go to court over Toll's deal with consortium on Bass Strait shipping operation.
  • Corral Line upgrades
    Danish owner brings two livestock carriers up to new Australian export standards.
  • CMT ready for Taiwan Nav battle
    John Peng-controlled owner has cash ready to take over Taiwanese bulker owner.
  • FOP finds it feet
    Fred Olsen FPSO spin-off to list in Oslo after completing $190m share offering.
  • Ferry burnt out in Philippines
    Bridge and upper deck of Gothing Lines vessel badly damaged in blaze, but no one hurt.
  • Fantasy in barge clash
    Departure of Carnival cruise ship from New Orleans delayed after collision in Mississippi River.
  • Great Eastern sells suezmax
    Mumbai-based owner remains mum on price and destination of fifteen-year-old unit.
  • Fearnley Fonds ups ACM stake
    Norwegian finance house emerges as significant shareholder in recently listed London shipbroker.

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American Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2007
  • Industry recalls Finnerty contributions
  • MergeGlobal: Fast-track ocean services offer reliability to shippers
  • Hapag-Lloyd switches from Miami to Port Everglades
  • Matson raises rates on China/Long Beach service
  • Maersk adds North Europe calls to Paranagua Express
  • TACA's BAF, CAF unchanged
  • Maersk Line Ltd. appoints Speers
  • U.S, China work to expand bilateral air service
  • Trucker, motorist groups join to fight privatizing toll roads
  • CN prepared to sue over conductors strike
  • Intercontainer-Interfrigo posts 4% volume growth
  • CBP budget represents 31% increase above 2007
  • ITC investigates new trade benefits for Haitian textile industry
  • ITC investigates import effect on U.S. canned fruit sector
  • House of Fraser picks Kuehne + Nagel
  • Schenker Philippines inaugurated
  • FMC receives 15 OTI license applications
  • U.K. commission puts condition on Svitzer's Adstream takeover

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2007
  • Port of Göteborg launches new investment program
    The Port of Göteborg recently concluded a SEK 1.7 billion (EUR 190 million) investment program and is now about to ...
  • Number of cruise guests to Norway up 20 per cent
    Over 1.1 million cruise guests visited Norway in last year, or 20 per cent more that a year earlier. Bergen ...
  • Maersk signs up for more car carriers
    A. P. Møller-Mærsk has signed up for more car carriers to the new pool with Höegh Autoliners. This week ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2007
  • Carnival lowers fuel price prediction
    Cruise company seeing lower bunker costs for 2007.
  • Rotterdam market stable
  • Korean researcher develops oil-absorbing balls
    Oil-absorbing balls developed in South Korea effective even in soaking up 500 cst bunker fuel.
  • HKSOA disagrees with ICS emission paper
    The Hong Kong Shipowners' Association rejects views in an ICS emission paper put forth for updating MARPOL Annex VI.
  • MPA: Bunker industry will be regulated with 'a light touch'
    Singapore official defends port's record on fuel quality and points to "unique" set of standards and procedures protecting buyers and sellers.

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