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Sched Netweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2007
  • HPH to form JV to develop container terminal in Vietnam
  • AMB leases space at Shanghai DC to Decathlon
  • 'K' Line unit deploys winged trailers in Guangdong
  • Carriers add Abu Dhabi call to SMX service
  • Port of Vancouver in US to begin building new rail points
  • China Southern expands international network
  • Air New Zealand comes under microscope in alleged price-fixing probe
  • Finnair raises capacity to India fourfold

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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2007
  • YML showers medals on budding artists
  • Global freight forwarders converge at Bangkok for WCA Family Conference, meet potential partners
  • Coscon, "K" Line & Hanjin upgrade SMX service
  • Cosco banks on 2 new areas for shipyard arm
  • Dubai Ports World aims to raise cargo handling capacity by 50 pc
  • APL to buy 2 leased boxships, purchase new one from Danaos Corp.
  • K-Line aims to double Aframax fleet by 2015
  • CKYH's AES1 Europe service makes first call at YICT
  • AWATA to implement rate restoration in April
  • Nath takes up shrimp dumping duty issue with US Comm. Secy
  • Italy wants reduced customs tariff for easier market access on reciprocal basis
  • Rs 119 cr. to be spent on creating facilities to boost India-Nepal trade
  • CII, Greek body sign MoU
  • South Asia's appetite pushes up oilmeal exports Cuddalore
  • JNPT will not suspend night operations, assures Maya Sinha
  • 5 m tonnes of wheat arrive at Ports
  • GMB working out new parameters for selection of private port developers
  • KoPT hopes to handle 55 m tonnes cargo throughput in 2006-07
  • SW Rly hauls more freight
  • Feasibility study of Railways' freight corridor project to be ready by September
  • World Bank upbeat about India taming inflation
  • Power crisis will deter investors-AIAI
  • Customs kitty swells by 34.31 pc
  • Optimism on GDP growth
  • 4 lakh tonnes of sugar export cleared
  • Cepa must cover rural growth, stresses Nath
  • Ficci-WB paper projects core sector fund needs
  • Nath hints at liberal imports to tame price fever
  • IBA launches pilot project on trade finance
  • AIAI to hold meeting with Romanian team today

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International Transport Journalweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2007
  • GAC appoints Asia Pacific/Indian Subcontinent and Middle East managers
  • HHLA to hold works meeting on 22 February
  • Eurotunnel purchases freight train locomotives
  • WCA Family conference attracts record attendance

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Maritime Global Netweb site
FEBRUARY 16, 2007
  • Japanese whaling ship fire
  • More containers lost from MSC Napoli
  • Good year for Farstad
  • Strong orderbook boosts Aker
  • "K" Line switches in Vancouver
  • New IBIA chairman

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Marine Logweb site
FEBRUARY 16, 2007
  • Hoegh to sell LNG carrier
  • TTS upgrades for Wallenius car carriers
  • New American Club loss prevention publication
  • Aker Yards reports soaring revenues

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World Wide Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 16, 2007
  • Port of Everett marina earns 'clean' designation
  • Federal Railroad Administration eyes new rules for worker hours
  • UPS places order for 27 Boeing freighters
  • Port of Seattle taps Phil Lutes as Seaport Division deputy manager
  • Bad weather hits results for US rail freight traffic

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Fairplayweb site
FEBRUARY 16, 2007
  • Big Easy suffers setback
    NEW ORLEANS 16 February ' Carnival Corp is delaying its second deployment to New Orleans because of weak demand
  • Aker 'not interested' in Polish yards
    AKER Yards is not interested in acquiring Gdansk and Gdynia shipyards in Poland, chief executive Karl Erik Kjelsstad told Fairplay today
  • Carnival wins major liability case
    FLORIDA Supreme Court has ruled that a cruise line is not liable for a shipboard doctor's misdiagnosis in a decision that could have broad implications for the sector
  • Lula pulls plug on inland operator
    FRANAVE (Companhia de Navega'ao do S'o Francisco), the Brazilian state-owned inland waterways operator, will be liquidated within 180 days
  • Vietnam heartened by seafood tests
    VIETNAMESE seafood shippers have been encouraged by results of tests for antibiotic and chemical contamination traces
  • Senators turn on DPW sale blockage
    POLITICIANS have begun to weigh in on the roadblock thrown up by New York/New Jersey port authority against the sale of DP World terminals to AIG
  • CSCL bids for North-South coverage
  • Aker American issue raises $112M
  • Profitable Aker reveals supplier fears
  • Yangtze network conference
  • Shipping welcomes Singapore budget
  • Probo Koala master sought for arrest

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
FEBRUARY 16, 2007
  • Port authority yields in PNCT dispute
    The agreement allows DP World to proceed with the sale of Port Newark Container Terminal to AIG Global.
  • Shippers feel effects of CN rail strike
  • LA ports to cut emissions by 45%
  • APL adds Mindanao service
  • Portland boxes climb
  • U.S. Port of Vancouver to expand rail access
  • Vessel delays seen coming for India port
  • Schneider gets China license
  • Wilmington cranes unloaded
  • Kewill in Asia move
  • So. Calif. Marine Exchange elects board members

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
FEBRUARY 16, 2007
  • Updated: NY/NJ demand from DPW is "windfall" share
    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's demand for over US$80m from DP World, to agree to the sale of the NY/NJ assets, is a share of an estimated US$450m 'windfall', Reuters reports.
  • PANYNJ identifies private equity as the unknown, if not the enemy
  • PIL to join Wan Hai on the transpacific
  • Dutch and Indonesians consider "mini-Rotterdam" for West Java
  • S.Korean gov't sponsors logistics initiatives including W1.5tr investment fund
  • Terminal operators at Santos revive Unholy row
  • APL Minadanao Express to cater to Philippines fresh produce exports
  • Amsterdam twinned with Prague through weekly shuttle
  • Bangladesh caretaker government considers port-sector privatisation

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 16, 2007
  • Coast Guard makes Cuba plans
    US agency has central role in government's preparation for migrant exodus expected after Fidel's death.
  • Seaspan put on hold
    It's a case of 'no grow, no go' as Lazard analyst can no longer justify 'buy' rating for Vancouver boxship player.
  • Hope fades for Zenith Light crew
    Bodies of three of 11 crew members now recovered as search continues off Japan for missing six.
  • Diana confirms benchmark sale
    US-listed seller of $81m capesize also names Cargill as charterer of its panamax Clio.
  • Precious little comfort
    Bank loans may have been wiped but weak demand in China sends profit tumbling at Thailand's Precious Shipping.
  • Handymax hat trick
    Greece's Petrobulk is continuing its serial acquisition of handymax and supramax bulkers.
  • Probo arrests spread to Holland
    Former managing director and deputy of Amsterdam Port Services accused of falsifying papers and breaking pollution laws.
  • Idemitsu offloads VLCC
    Compatriot Modec snaps up Japanese owner's VLCC for offshore conversion.
  • Grindrod gets busy
    South African owner widens logistics base with double purchase.
  • Tallink charters out Fantaasia again
    Estonian owner sends ferry back to Mediterranean to work for Algerie Ferries.
  • Hapag selling Montreal Gateway
    German owner in talks over shedding Canadian terminal acquired through takeover of CP Ships.
  • Wallenius upgrades oldies
    Car carrier signs four-ship deal with TTS to refit 1980s-built workhorses.
  • Tanker rates hurt Bonheur
    Weaker suezmax market affects annual result at Norwegian owner Bonheur as Ganger Rolf gets consolidated.
  • Growing pains at Svithoid
    Costs of establishing products tanker fleet hurt Swedish newcomer in 2006.
  • Bigger and better for Aker
    Expanded Norwegian yard group posts higher profit, revenues and order intake for 2006.
  • Drug ship seized off Spain
    Greek and Italian crew members arrested as cocaine found on vessel recently sold to Croatian owner.
  • Belships battles through
    Norwegian bulker owner survives revenue drop to post bigger 2006 profit on lower charter costs.
  • Ferry hope for Armenia
    Swiss firm to run two ships from Georgia to Russia, cutting landlocked nation's export costs.

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American Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 16, 2007
  • Maersk denies shipping garbage to China
  • APL starting Philippines service for Mindanao's "food basket"
  • Pacific International Lines joining Wan Hai transpacific service
  • Maersk Oil enters into exploration agreement with ExxonMobil
  • "MSC Napoli" loses another 7 containers
  • Maersk starting Asia/Red Sea loop
  • Boeing receives UPS freighter order
  • Cathay, Dragonair cargo flat in January
  • Air China cargo up 12.5 percent in January
  • Schneider National moves into Chinese trucking market
  • Kansas City intermodal hub moves forward
  • Supervalu set to close three Pa.-region distribution centers
  • UPS board nominates AMEX CFO as director
  • DP World says port authority could sink AIG deal
  • N.Y.-N.J./Port authority approval of OOIL sale still pending
  • Banker urges ports to monetize the value of their assets
  • Port of Long Beach's January TEUs up 2%
  • Busan's January throughput up 7%, tops 1 million TEUs
  • Aker Yards' 4th quarter profit up 27%
  • SSA Marine cuts emissions at Long Beach terminal
  • DP World deal hits snag?
  • Macquarie bids for Montreal terminal
  • Jacksonville Port Authority moves Peek, hires Rubin

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
FEBRUARY 16, 2007
  • Last Norwegian frigate one year late
    The last of the five new Norwegian frigates, the KNM Thor Heyerdahl, will be delivered from the Spanish Navantia yard ...
  • Ships on British water to stub out
    Britain proposes to ban smoking on all ships operating to and from ports in the UK. The intention is that ...
  • Concordia expects a better 2007
    Concordia Maritime reports a SEK 52.5 million (EUR 5.7 million) pre-tax profit for 2006, up by almost SEK 10 ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 16, 2007
  • Crude up while bunkers stay steady
    US bunker markets quiet but oil prices on the move upwards again.
  • Carnival closes South American suppliers
  • Canada tags $6 million for cold ironing
    Shore power funding announced as part of new "ecoFreight" initiatives.
  • Japanese whaler's fuel safe, for now
    Mixed views over spill potential and next move not clear for stranded vessel.
  • Durban bunkering pipeline due for downtime
    Bunker fuel supply in the port will be restricted for around three days.
  • Record year for WW despite bunker hedge losses
    Profits rise at Scandinavian shipping group despite hedging losses and lower result from partner WWL.
  • IBIA announces new council members
    Three out, three in, after IBIA annual general meeting.
  • Rotterdam market stable, barges reported tight
  • Industry must strive for 'best practice'
    New chairman says IBIA must 'get involved' and build consensus on 'best practice'.




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