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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 19, 2007
  • Maersk Line extends Asia-southern Africa coverage
  • Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines helps boost Shenzhen in February
  • Georgia and South Carolina join to build bi-state port
  • Deutsche Afrika-Linien sets sail for Asia with CMA CGM
  • Auckland posts 2H06 drop in profits despite higher box volume
  • FCLcarrier starts US, Canada, Afghan service
  • Qantas bullish on 2007 earnings forecast
  • Worldwide Flight Services to handle Silverjet's UK cargo
  • MidAmerica Airport and Indonesia to form `air bridge'

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International Transport Journalweb site
MARCH 19, 2007
  • Descartes announces appointment of new CFO
  • New Brazil service at Khorfakkan
  • More flights from Brussels
  • Wim Bosman to invest in truck fleet
  • Dachser exceeds EUR 3 billion turnover
  • ITJ Logistics Worldwide at SITL Temps Reel

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Maritime Global Netweb site
MARCH 16, 2007
  • Lord Sterling buys Swan Hellenic brand
  • FCL Carrier launches US/Canada-Afghanistan
  • Bulker owner fined for papering over cracks
  • Logistics takeover

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 18, 2007
  • APL switches to low sulfur fuel in Seattle
  • DP World completes U.S. assets sale

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MARCH 16, 2007
  • US inks deal with Vietnam for expanded maritime access
  • US rail freight traffic has up, down result for week
  • Coast Guard Cutter MIDGETT returns to homeport in Seattle
  • Foss brings subsidiary into regional office system
  • Coast Guard opens new Deepwater training center

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 16, 2007
  • Speculation mounts over OMI sale
    TANKER company to evaluate options that could lead to its sale.
  • OMI vessel sale profits mask tanker market fall
  • Baltrans Holdings chief resigns
    BOARDROOM split leads to Henrik von Sydow quitting after just nine months with the company.

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Fairplayweb site
MARCH 16, 2007
  • Lula signs more Brazil contracts
    RIO DE JANEIRO 16 March ' Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and Transpetro president Sergio Machado will today sign contracts for three more tranches of newbuildings with two Rio de Janeiro shipyards, according to Rio de Janeiro state governor Sergio Cabral
  • OMI reviews future strategies
    DIRECTORS of US tanker operator OMI Corp are exploring a number of alternative strategies, including sale or merger
  • Carnival Glory jumper rescued
    A Carnival Glory passenger who leaped into the waters off Florida from the balcony of his cabin has been rescued by a Coast Guard cutter after eight hours in the water
  • MarAd halts ghost fleet disposals
    NO new contracts for disposal of US ghost fleet ships are being written as MarAd studies concerns over water pollution caused by hull scamping
  • Carnival figures marginally higher
    CARNIVAL Corp has reported net income of $283M for the first quarter of 2007 on revenues of $2.69Bn, and Caribbean bookings are well ahead of last year
  • Crew protest unjust detention
    FOUR Romanians among 17 seafarers arrested 13 months ago on drug-trafficking charges are seeking simplification of the international complexities keeping them in jail
  • Wilhelmshaven wins approval
  • Transneft considers rate revolution
  • LISCR reveals audit passage
  • US bill cheers short-sea proponents
  • Seafarers die on juice carrier
  • Indonesia detains Singapore barges
  • Choi elected Hanjin v-chairman

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 16, 2007
  • House of Representatives considers new Harbor Maintenance tax bill
    Ways and Means to consider new bill that would exempt most domestic maritime transportation from the Harbor Maintenance Tax.
  • Vancouver container backlog hit by rail woes
  • DP World completes U.S. port assets sale
  • Title XI program a 'subsidy,' House panel told
  • Big month for Port of Los Angeles boxes
  • Europe View: Zero Hour for open skies
  • Better week for rail traffic
  • Malacca Strait user fee proposed
  • APL to use low-sulfur fuel in Seattle
  • NYK merges Japan logistics units
  • LA-Long Beach ports set $6.3M for clean trucks

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
MARCH 16, 2007
  • Kerala government to re-tender Vizhinjam project
    India's Kerala state government has approved a fresh tender for the Vizhinjam transhipment terminal project, following the central government's refusal to give security clearance to the consortium which had won the tender.
  • 9,000 teu MSC Joanna "too big" to be fixed in Tianjin
    The 9,000 teu MSC Joanna has been found too big to be repaired by shipyards in Tianjin, after having been involved in a collision with a Royal Boskalis Westminster dredger on March 8.
  • Monitoring of transalpine traffic starts
  • Court order is stumbling block to Bangladesh new terminal privatisation
  • IMF: Canal to support Panamanian economic growth
  • Modern Terminals tight-lipped over reports of co-operation at Dalian's Dayao Bay
  • SvitzerWijsmuller target Adsteam is appointed DAL agent in ANZ
  • Regional intermodal terminals for NSW
  • Widow of former Hanjin chairman becomes vice chairman

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 16, 2007
  • 20,000 dwt = $80m
    US Shipping Partners has raised the estimated cost of a long-delayed tank barge for the second month in a row.
  • Eletson tanker grounds
    Full-laden medium-range product tanker Samothraki touches bottom off the Port of Gibraltar.
  • Cape resale leads dry action
    A whopping but no longer record-breaking $98m for Arne Blystad's capesize newbuilding leads late dry-bulk action.
  • Equal pay: $41m more
    UK government puts a figure on rise in UK-flag crew bill from a total ban on pay discrimination.
  • Strike over LNG terminal
    Marseille dockers have blocked merchant shipping as they demand work at the future Gaz de France terminal.
  • Danaos confirms big order
    John Coustas's Danaos is confirming an order of five big boxships at Hanjin as reported in today's print edition.
  • OSG for OMI?
    Rumours swirl that Arntzen-led firm first in line for tanker owner though some suspect hostile bid in the background.
  • Colombian port bomb kills four
    Blast rocks Pacific drug-shipment hub Buenaventura at centre of rival gang warfare.
  • Top revises dividend
    Dividends paid in 2006 were mostly not dividends at all, Evangelos Pistiolis-led Top Tankers has told shareholders.
  • Aker sale takes off
    Demand outstrips supply in the disposal of Rokke's 40% stake in Aker Yards.
  • Flex firms up Samsung order
    LNG start-up signs $425m contract for two innovative carriers as it completes private placement.
  • Boxships escape with minor damage
    Estonian and Greek vessels collide in Hamburg during mooring operations.
  • OMI for sale?
    NYSE-listed tanker giant forced to issue exchange announcement that it is evaluating 'strategic alternatives.'
  • Austal bags Browning
    Australian shipbuilder persuades non-executive director to run its US yard operation.
  • Juice tanker tragedy
    Two officers on an orange juice carrier have been fatally overcome by fumes in Port Manatee, Florida.
  • 'Drunk' Carnival passenger rescued
    USCG rescues 24-year-old who plunged into sea off Florida after jumping through cabin window.
  • Green light for Navibulgar
    Privatisation of Black Sea shipping giant approved by Bulgarian MPs.
  • US signs Malta pact
    Deal means 1,200 ships in Maltese fleet can be checked for weapons by US personnel.
  • ACM appoint trio
    David Cobb joins recently listed UK shipbroker as it looks to bolster its board with new appointments.
  • Yang Ming earnings plunge
    Higher fuel costs and lower freight rates push 2006 profit down 88% at Taiwanese boxship line.
  • CSAV Norasia goes it alone
    Hapag Lloyd is pulling out of Chilean container line's Asia Black Sea service from June.
  • Fincantieri fancies Aker Yards
    Italian shipbuilding group could be a player in the sell-off of 40% of Norwegian rival.
  • Four dead in Paraguay blast
    Five other workers injured in explosion on tanker at Aguape shipyard.
  • Scrap ship blaze in Japan
    Eleven crew members escape from burning Cambodia-flagged vessel in eastern port of Kisarazu.
  • Piraeus pushes profit up
    Greek port authority raked in 8% more euros in 2006 as revenues rose.
  • HMM goes for broker
    Board approval given for share purchase in Hyundai Securities by Hyundai Merchant Marine.

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American Shipperweb site
MARCH 16, 2007
  • Shipping Corp. of India to acquire 16 vessels
  • Samsung delivers 9,600-TEU ship to Seaspan ahead of time
  • OMI exploring strategic alternatives
  • Dole switching calls on San Diego/South America service
  • GAO publishes LNG safety study
  • MacGregor to gain offshore footing with Hydramarine acquisition
  • Philadelphia Stock Exchange plans shipping stock options
  • Foss Maritime renames El Segundo subsidiary
  • Senator slams U.S.-Mexico cross-border pilot project
  • Nader watchdog group files suit over cross-border program secrecy
  • Rail set for expansion in western China
  • 2006 was rail's safest year ever
  • GreenCarrier buys Swedish Corneel Geerts operation
  • U.S. wine exports jump 30 percent by value in 2006
  • ProLogis said to be eyeing Indian logistics parks
  • Triangle to survey Indian express market
  • Rolls-Royce Marine selects CEVA Logistics and J. Martens
  • Weber to handle Coors transloading in Southern California
  • Carr joins Meridian IQ to head Americas, Europe
  • Panalpina's net income jumps 53% in 2006
  • NYK merging Japanese logistics units
  • Democrats want $400 million for port security grants
  • SvitzerWijsmuller waives last Adsteam takeover condition
  • Mundra port in India to go public
  • Bahrain government passes terminals concession

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
MARCH 16, 2007
  • Fincantieri might buy Aker shares
    Italian state-owned shipbuilding group Fincantieri could be interested in the Aker Yard shares that Aker Group has decided to ...
  • DFDS fined in the labour court
    DFDS has been fined in the Court of Labour in Copenhagen for exclusively emplying ships assistants with membership in one ...
  • Zero IMO complaints on Liberian registry
    The Liberian Registry is the largest flag so far to have undertaken the voluntary IMO audit according to the recently ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 16, 2007
  • APL, port receive environmental awards
    Black-tie event honouring innovative initiatives and leadership.
  • Carnival predicts higher bunker costs
    Fuel price being revised upward as cruise company releasing quarterly results.
  • ARA supplier to increase storage space
    Frisol Bunkering is building four new tanks with a combined space of 120,000 cubic metres.
  • Rotterdam bunker market stable, barge market firming
  • Bunkering halted at French port
    Workers at Marseilles-Fos-Lavera hub block loading terminals.
  • CCIC opens Singapore oil test lab
    Chinese testing company opens lab in Singapore to certify petroleum products going in and out of China.
  • HK prices firm as supply tightens
    Fuel oil cargoes that arrived last week have been fully committed.
  • OPEC keeps output unchanged
    'The market is stable, the market is healthy,' says cartel official.




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