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The Business Timesweb site
FEBRUARY 20, 2007
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  • DP World's US port sale clears snag
    A tentative deal has been reached between the Port Authority of New York-New Jersey and a Dubai company that has briefly run some US port terminals, clearing the way for a sale that members of Congress demanded on national security grounds.
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  • Port Shots
    THE oil spill in waters off Tanjung Piai near Kukup, Pontian, following the collision between container vessel MV SA Helderberg and tanker Ocean Sapphire three days ago is under control.

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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 20, 2007
  • Direct sailings to West Africa by Asiatic Shipping
  • Global orders for dry bulk ships at 13-month peak
  • Shipping industry budgeting for a far better deal
  • Onion exports may cross 11 lakh tonnes despite hike in MEP
  • World Bank MD spells out commercial barriers in S. Asia
  • ABG Shipyard delivers second anchor handling tug to Egyptian co.
  • Vizag Port berths 1st Panamax vessel in inner harbour
  • Mundra Port & SEZ Ltd races past 11.03 m tonnes in April-Jan. 2006-07
  • Rlys draws up Rs 34,000-cr. plan for 2007-08
  • IIP growth rate dipped to 11.1 pc in December 2006
  • Forex reserves rise by $ 5.031 bn
  • Great leap by China: EEPC appoints consultant
  • Ficci survey establishes 13 pc growth in manufacturing sector

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Maritime Global Netweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2007
  • Höegh sells elderly LNG carrier
  • Austal profits boost
  • Strike Club claims strong renewal
  • Diana Shipping sells capesize

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Marine Logweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2007
  • Jeffboat and Teamsters in new agreement
  • Rolls-Royce books more South American UT contracts
  • Austal wins two more ferry orders

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Lloyd's Listweb site
FEBRUARY 20, 2007
  • Four consortia in line for coastguard contract
    MCA fights claims of 'privatising' search and rescue operations.
  • AIG promise saves DP World's US deal
    A PROMISE from AIG Global to invest $50m at Newark container terminal breaks the deadlock in 'transfer fee' saga.
  • Deaths drive push for better deck safety measures
    GERMAN maritime casualty body advocates use of additional safety equipment to reduce chances of going overboard.

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Fairplayweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2007
  • Spain aims to quench fertiliser fire
    LA CORUNA 19 February ' Spanish maritime safety agency Salvamento Maritimo (Sasemar) will attempt this afternoon to flood the burning cargo of fertiliser aboard the stricken Antigua and Barbuda-flagged cargo ship Ostedijk, in sheltered waters 5-6n-miles off Estaca de Bares, near Cape Viveiro, Galicia
  • Irish Sea freight ferry changes rumoured
    WITH a rumoured market movement away from passengers towards freight, a group of Welsh forwarders are said to have chartered a ro-ro vessel for a Wales-Ireland route
  • Moroccan ferry salvage under way
    DUTCH salvor Svitzer Wijsmuller is using two Spanish tugs to re-float the Comanav ferry Mistral Express, which ran aground near Beni-Enzar port, near Melilla, on 15 February
  • Barge crewman's body found after explosion
    THE body has been recovered of a crewman missing since an explosion on an oil-carrying barge near Venice, Louisiana, on Saturday
  • Mittal, Rio Tinto in lead for Sesa Goa stake
    ARCELOR Mittal, the world's top steelmaker, and Australia's Rio Tinto are the lead competitors for Mitsui and Co's 51 stake in Sesa Goa, India's largest iron ore exporter
  • Fertiliser cargo fire off Galicia
    SPANISH maritime safety agency Salvamento Maritimo is evacuating the eight crewmen left on the Dutch-operated cargo ship Ostedijk, whose cargo of fertiliser is on fire
  • Strong recovery for Seafrance
  • Destination Gotland wins court ruling
  • MarAd takes rap for toxic metals
  • AIG, DPW, Big Apple strike terminal deal
  • US prepares for post-Fidel exodus
  • Liberian president wants more cash from flag
  • Bush, Torrijos ponder biofuel trade

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2007
  • AIG IG "still on track" to complete DPW deal in Q1
    AIG Global Investment Group is "still on track" to complete the purchase of DP World's P&O Ports North America assets in Q1, following preliminary agreement with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
  • Shippers dismayed as CN strike continues
    As the Canadian National Railway strike enters its second week, economic effects are spreading, with below-normal freight services hurting port operations and prompting production cutbacks and lay-offs in certain industries.
  • SCTL secures Toll's intermodal package
  • Empties the enemy at ECT's gate
  • LA/LB see boost from loaded exports and shifting Chinese New Year
  • Umpire to decide Port Botany productivity conflict
  • Malacca Straits to be equipped with radar
  • Port of Seattle approves container terminal project

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2007
  • Make ships crew friendly
    Readers of TradeWinds have some innovative ideas about ways to solve the crewing crisis by making a life at sea more attractive.
  • ESL bemoans higher costs
    Finnish bulker player calls 2006 earnings "unsatisfactory" in weaker Baltic market.
  • Grimaldi gains little
    Italian owner wins just 0.6% of Finnlines shares during mandatory offer period, bringing holding to 50.7%.
  • APL wants Philippines action
    New Mindanao feeder service to capture slice of growing export business.
  • CSC targets ferries
    Azeri national owner planning to boost capacity in Caspian Sea.
  • Austal steps it up
    Australian yard group in the money after building up US operations.
  • Severnaya secures funds
    Russian shipyard opens $55m credit line with domestic Rosbank.
  • PNSC HQ gutted by fire
    Eleventh floor of Pakistan owner's building destroyed in blaze possibly started by short circuit.
  • Gotland wins ferry pay-out
    Swedish owner will soon be banking nearly $43m after state loses dispute over fees for Baltic service.
  • CSG stays home for tankers
    China Shipping Group orders two handymax units from subsidiary China Shipping Industrial Corp.
  • Austal adds two
    Australian shipbuilder to supply two high-speed ferries to New World First Ferry Services in Hong Kong.
  • Hoegh offloads Galleon
    Norwegian owner sells veteran LNG carrier to US joint venture Maverick LNG Holdings Ltd.

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American Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2007
  • Fire guts top floors of Pakistan National Shipping Corp's HQ
  • Coast Guard investigates barge explosion near Venice, La.
  • Simatech starts India/Middle East service
  • American Airlines shares up on takeover gossip
  • Lawmakers fire shot at STB's Oct. 30 rail rates rulemaking
  • CSX board authorizes $2 billion share repurchase
  • FTA: Exclude "essential" goods vehicles from London congestion charge
  • Canada launches ecoFreight program
  • Satamatics offers satellite-based reefer monitoring system
  • U.S., Japan to improve telecommunications equipment trade
  • U.S., Liberia enter trade and investment agreement
  • Trans Global Logistics reorganizes in North Asia
  • Red Toe Soda calls on Kenco Logistic Services
  • AIG infrastructure commitment breaks impasse over PNCT
  • Heavy-lift ship crane drops oil refinery equipment on L.A. pier
  • Port of Seattle OKs cruise terminal transfer
  • ICTSI makes Manila management changes

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2007
  • Gard will pay less for Rocknes clean-up
    When the self unloader Rocknes capsized in Vatlestraumen just south of Bergen on 19 January 2004 the subsequent cleanup cost ...
  • 20,000 ltr escaped from Server front section
    20,000 litres of fuel oil escaped from the front section of the Greek handysize bulk carrier Server last Saturday. The ...
  • Japanese whaler urged to allow Greenpeace to help
    New Zeeland's Conservation Minister Chris Carter urges Japan to accept help from Greenpeace to tug a stricken whaler from sensitive ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2007
  • European agency wants oil spill vessels
    EMSA to tender for additional response vessels to "top-up" anti-pollution capabilities.
  • Strategic changes at Statoil
    Fuel and Bunker organisation now centralised in Norway but move into Danish market considered in light of company's LSFO experience.
  • Bunker industry omitted from emissions workshop
    IBIA not invited to seminar seeking to identify coordinated EU position on proposals to amend Annex VI.
  • Sonsub getting ready for Solar I operation
    Uncertainty about how much oil remains on sunken tanker.
  • ARA market quite stable Monday morning

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