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The Business Timesweb site
FEBRUARY 15, 2007
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  • Vietnam's Vinashin yard to build supertankers
    VIETNAM's largest shipbuilder Vinashin will build two very large crude carriers for state oil group Petrovietnam, the first to be built in Vietnam, a company source said.
  • IOC unit to sell bunker on Asia-Europe trade route
    LANKA IOC Ltd, a unit of India's largest refiner, plans to refuel ships off the western coast of Sri Lanka, tapping the world's third busiest trade route.
  • China Merchants to invest in Tianjin terminal project
    CHINA Merchants Holdings Co Ltd plans to invest in its state parent's US$400 million container terminal project in Tianjin, joining Singapore's PSA International in helping develop the northern city into a major port of call.
  • S'pore Jan bunker sales down 15%
  • M'sia ship industry exports reach RM3.3b in 2006
  • Omega to buy two tankers from STX for US$129m
  • Samsung Heavy to book ship order in won

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Sched Netweb site
FEBRUARY 15, 2007
  • NYK sees net income drop 36pc over first nine months
  • MSC, Hanjin, CMA CGM to set up shop at Dongjiang bonded port area
  • Maersk denies shipping garbage to China
  • AADA to drop PSS for Asia-Australia shipments
  • SAS fears stiffer competition, fuel prices in 2007
  • ECS/Globe Air Cargo stretches its wings to Dubai
  • FedEx deploys new hand-held radio device

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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 15, 2007
  • Freight Express International strikes Gold for quality & excellence
  • Global container shipping projected to grow by 10 pc
  • NYK Group to recruit more Indian seafarers
  • Maritime Practice flips over to 4th edition
  • Wheat exports banned
  • Hearty 83 pc jump in black pepper exports to US
  • First cruiser arrives at Vizag Port
  • CONCOR ties up with TCIL to provide door-to-door services
  • Air India sees lucrative biz in airfreight market
  • Move to attract investments in warehousing
  • Project cost of rail freight corridor lowered
  • Steel industry fears misuse of duty-free import authorisation scheme
  • Foreign Trade Policy Analysis: Current Trends - By M. Sreedharan

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International Transport Journalweb site
FEBRUARY 15, 2007
  • Intermarine names Andre Grikitis as president
  • Port of Gothenburg achieved record levels in 2006
  • Vancouver airport cuts fees
  • German state railways to expand into Poland's rail freight market
  • Prologis buys competitor Parkridge
  • CER plans first pan-European telematic interface for rail freight
  • Electronic container exchange for trans-Siberian container traffic

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Maritime Global Netweb site
FEBRUARY 14, 2007
  • Baco line crew freed
  • Epic orders ro-pax trio
  • Eitzen buys Mosvold Chemical
  • Weaker Q4 but strong year for Knightsbridge

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Marine Logweb site
FEBRUARY 14, 2007
  • Another troubling report on Deepwater
  • Britain to ban smoking on ships
  • ACL buys twenty towboats from McKinney
  • Yantai Raffles inks $300 million LOI
  • Samsung Heavy Industries books $400 million FPSO order
  • $43.2 million Navy award for Electric Boat
  • Excel Maritime sponsors "blank check" company
  • Donjon salvages dinner cruiser
  • ACL persuades more shippers to use barges

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World Wide Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 14, 2007
  • Port of Vancouver, USA Oks funds for rail project
  • Corps search finds no sign of crab pots in Chetco River channel
  • Washington State Ferries fares in line for four percent increase
  • Seattle Port Commissioners hire investigations firm
  • Port of Everett launches new Internet web site

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Lloyd's Listweb site
FEBRUARY 15, 2007
  • Total defends immunity plea in Erika trial
    GROUP chairman Thierry Desmarest defends the company's decision to ask court to drop charges against it.
  • Erika court rules against Rina bid for immunity
  • Jailed Trafigura bosses to be freed
    THREE employees from the company that chartered the Probo Koala are released from prison following a E145m payout to the Ivory Coast government.
  • Britain seeks smoking ban in territorial waters
    DEPARTMENT for Transportation propose total ban on smoking on merchant and shipping vessels of all flags in UK territorial waters and inland waterways.

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Fairplayweb site
FEBRUARY 14, 2007
  • CNR strike update
    A NATION-WIDE strike by Canadian National Railway staff is expected to continue until at least 19 February, while grain ships queue at Vancouver and Prince Rupert
  • NY salvors challenged by severe cold
    SALVORS from Donjon Marine are working in snow and frigid surface temperatures while divers are braving 10 deg C waters to raise a dinner cruise vessel
  • Nordic American shrugs off 4Q fall
    NORDIC American Tanker Shipping has reported a fall in final quarter 2006 net profit, but the figure for the full year comfortably exceeded that of 2005
  • US exports surge
    US exports jumped 14% in 2006 and scored a monthly record in December, yet America's trade gap continues to widen on ever-growing petroleum imports
  • Scottish minister blasts EC policy
    SCOTTISH transport minister Tavish Scott has blasted the EC transport policy, calling the rules relating to competitive ferry service tendering a basket case
  • Canadian report blasts Coast Guard
  • Nine seafarers lost off Japan coast
  • Erika Day 3: Total's embarrassing memo
  • Trafigura pays $200M to free Dauphin
  • Donbas deal unlikely for Gdynia
  • Knightsbridge warns of softening
  • PIL breaks into trans-Pacific
  • Ro-ro suspected of sinking fisher

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
FEBRUARY 14, 2007
  • Hapag-Lloyd discussing sale of Montreal terminal
    While acknowledging the talks, the company denied a report that it named Macquarie as a bidder.
  • COAC wants to emphasize trade facilitation
  • Rail strike hampers Vancouver box backlog
  • WCO urges traders to support security framework
  • Jaxport names Peek to marketing post
  • New name for Evergreen North America agency
  • DHL sets China spending
  • ACL doubles Gulf fleet
  • Air France-KLM cargo slides
  • Martial law shuts bauxite port
  • Descartes adds e-filing for Canada truck shipments

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
FEBRUARY 14, 2007
  • China Merchants to invest in Tianjin project
    China Merchants Holdings (International) Co. Ltd. is to invest in China Merchants Group's over RMB3bn (US$387.05m) container terminal project at Tianjin, along with PSA International, Reuters reports.
  • Shipowners awaiting their plate of Pork after Chinese New Year
  • JN Port considers ceasing night navigation, prompting trade volume fears
  • Wan Hai to launch Japan/China service
  • New wage agreed for Indonesian seafarers under Dutch flag
  • Kolkata-Nepal container rail movement resumes, after 3-week suspension
  • N.Eur feeder-carriers report congestion ruining their journeys
  • Canadian National Railway strike enters fifth day
  • New Dutch Cabinet names transport minister

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 14, 2007
  • B+H OBOs hopes dashed
    Eitzen sells trio of combinaton carriers targeted by Hudner group to a higher bidder, market sources suggest.
  • Oaktree reaps $129m
    Private investor sells 4.2m Genco shares at $30.73 and bulker share manages to firm after announcement.
  • Diana selling capesize
    New York-listed owner offloading Pantelis SP to Lykiardopulo for $81m.
  • Dahlman swats NATS
    New York bank downgrades suezmax owner to 'hold' as Nordic American share takes a tumble on Wall Street.
  • Hanjin widow to join board
    Choi Eun-young, wife of late chairman Cho Soo-ho, to be director of Korean boxship giant.
  • Not so easy peasy
    Greek bulker with 40,000 tonnes of peas finally sets sail for India after grounding in Canada last September.
  • Nine missing off Japan
    Two recovered from sunken South Korean vessel but race on to find remaining crew.
  • NAT stays strong
    Suezmax owner Nordic American Tanker revelled in good freight markets last year as profits rose.
  • Yantai shy on JCE order
    Singapore shipyard Yantai Raffles remains mum on news of $300m two-ship order by Swedish group.
  • Orsova on the up
    Central Romanian shipyard keeps a lid on costs as revenues and profits rise.
  • Finnlines feeling fine
    Grimaldi takeover target pushes up profit numbers for 2006 after second half recovery.
  • Master blamed for Fesco grounding
    Captain of Kapitan Artyukh boxship violated navigation rules, investigation finds.
  • Cochin suffers blaze
    Roof blown off welding shed at Indian yard after fire breaks out.
  • Down in the fourth
    Higher voyage expenses see Eitzen Chemical's earnings dip in final quarter last year.
  • Eitzen Chem adds Mosvold four
    Axel Eitzen's newly spun-off tanker company builds 119-ship fleet with Marnavi-chartered vessels.
  • Samsung grabs BP $400m order
    Korean yard to receive 58% of contract value in won for single FPSO unit for British oil major.
  • Knightsbridge numbers tumble
    Fourth quarter profits slide 40% at Frontline-managed VLCC operator as weaker rates cut revenue.

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American Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 14, 2007
  • OOCL receives 5,888-TEU ship
  • NYK to partner with new Singapore cargo airline Jett8
  • Volga-Dnepr's maiden U.S. call with quieter IL-76 freighter
  • Unisys upgrading air cargo management system
  • Hawaiian Airlines appoints operations exec
  • Norfolk Southern declares force majeure in Midwest due to snowstorm
  • COAC set to weigh in on mandatory '10+2' trade data
  • Expeditors' 4th-quarter profit slips 16%, Alger retiring
  • Port of Conakry closed as Guinea in state of siege
  • Descartes adds new ground transport service to Canada
  • Bay Area wine importer shifts to automated logistics solution
  • Rubbermaid signs 10-year California lease
  • Freightgate hires Matyas
  • Hutchison to develop Vietnam container terminal
  • PSA eyeing Panama terminal
  • Long Beach LNG terminal project heads to court
  • Dunkirk's cargo up 3% in January

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
FEBRUARY 14, 2007
  • Green Reefers' operating results down last year
    Bergen based Green Reefers' operating results for last year was down to USD 16.2 million from USD 25.7 million a ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 14, 2007
  • Oil market shrugs of US inventory draws
    Expectations of warmer weather eases supply concerns despite DOE report showing high demand and fall in stocks.
  • Rotterdam market stable at midday
  • Chemoil prepares for shopping spree
    Chemoil's board proposes acquisition of six corporations, including Singapore's Helios Terminal and vessel owners.
  • Outgoing IBIA chairman backs residual fuels
    Gregory predicts that by 2010, 50% of newbuilds will have scrubbers.
  • Crude prices rally on oil demand report
    Latest monthly report by the IEA suggests a rise in global oil demand this year.

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