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The Business Timesweb site
JUNE 25, 2007
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  • Daewoo Shipbuilding deals set new record
    DAEWOO Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co, the world's third-largest shipyard, has received new orders worth US$3 billion so far this month, a record for monthly new contracts won by a single shipbuilder.

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 25, 2007
  • Maersk dumps CEO, hires Carlsberg chief to replace him
  • Mainland official tells HK to abort container terminal expansion
  • Vladivostok's new container terminal to be operational mid-2008
  • German logistic consultancy sets up in Hong Kong
  • APL ships first to win accreditation for hull maintenance
  • Monday mornings on Liverpool docks start at 10pm Sunday
  • Whistle blowers cash in after logistics firm caught cheating US Army
  • Universal Travel cargo/passenger operator to buy Xian Golden
  • Lufthansa Cargo named best airline for customer care
  • Korean Air retains top spot as world's busiest cargo carrier

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 25, 2007
  • Andersen to take over as A.P. Moller-Maersk CEO
  • Top global dredging equipment maker scouting for JV partner in India
  • MANSA offers Conference Room on hire for longer hours
  • Asia may become dumping ground for single-hull tankers, fears shipping CEO
  • IPBCC to implement westbound rate restoration from July 1
  • US, EU stand on farm subsidies stalls WTO talks
  • Electronics exports earn 35 pc more in 2006-07
  • FTA with Thailand will boost exports-Ficci study
  • KPT lays foundation to develop 40 hectares more
  • Service tax exemption on Dhamra port dredging sought
  • CCTVs installed at New Mangalore Port
  • OSL instals mechanical fertiliser handling system at Paradip Port
  • Railways firms up norms, rates for use of terminals by private container operators
  • PHCT Whitefield holds trade meet
  • Forex reserves touch $ 211 bn
  • 36 SEZ proposals given in-principle approval
  • Certificate Course on Global Logistics from today

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 22, 2007
  • DB Logistics seeking to grow in UK and Spain
  • Eurasia Rail Logistics in the pipeline
  • Ewals Cargo Care acquires intermodal activities from Crossrail
  • FedEx profits and revenues up

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Maritime Global Netweb site
JUNE 22, 2007
  • GloBallast project set for next phase
  • Australia confirms tough line on single hulls
  • Epic orders six more ro-ros
  • Multraship adds newbuildings

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 22, 2007
  • VT Halter gets FMS award
  • Another Røkke shocker
  • K-Sea orders tank barges at Jeffboat
  • Another jack-up for Jurong

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 22, 2007
  • Port of Olympia planning board adds Riley Moore as new member
  • Overseas Shipholding sentenced in vessel oil pollution case
  • Celebration marks keel laying of pair of NOAA vessels
  • US Barge taps Lackey as VP/general manager
  • US rail freight totals lower during week

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 22, 2007
  • Carlsberg chief to take over at AP Moller-Maersk
    AP MOLLER-MAERSK has appointed an outsider to take charge of the huge Danish group after Jess S'derberg(left)steps down earlier than expected.
  • Bertram Rickmers signs for 12,500 teu tonnage
    GERMAN shipowner is lining up a huge containership order that includes 12,500 teu tonnage.
  • Investors see potential in Chinese maritime
    IS it hardly surprising China's maritime sector is on a roll when it comes to seeking bourse listings?
  • When hopes are dashed
    ARE the assumptions made by shippers when they blithely contract for their cargo to be delivered on a certain date unrealistic?

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Fairplayweb site
JUNE 24, 2007
  • APM's Rasmussen ends power struggle
    A power struggle between Maersk Line CEO Knud Stubkjaer and APM Terminals CEO Tommy Thomsen that threatened to seriously damage AP Møller-Mærsk group is believed to have brought about today's seismic developments
  • Louis asks for fine to be dropped
    LOUIS Cruises has responded to this week's €1.17M ($1.57M) fine for polluting the waters off Santorini by describing the punishment as "entirely unfair and unfounded."
  • Shipping banks forced to evolve
    SHIPPING banks are broadening their portfolios and pushing into more non-pure debt functions to counter weakened margins caused by the explosion of finance volumes
  • Cheap money inflates shipping assets
    THE sharp disconnect between vessel asset values and their income-generating potential is being fuelled by readily available cheap financing, bankers said this week
  • ICG bidding in the balance
    THE fight for control of Irish Continental Group lies in the balance after the management buyout team raised its bid to match the offer from Doyle/One51
  • Salvaged tanker heading home
    A salvaged Indonesian edible oil tanker that was stranded for nearly a year on a sandbank off the Myanmar coast is finally on its way home
  • Dredging Corp to add new vessels
  • Massachusetts given another chance
  • Putin allows Russian consolidation
  • Yacht crew claim to be smugglers' dupes
  • Russia begins work on ports code
  • Judges squash Lloyd's 'names' bid
  • Beluga heavy lifters to be lengthened
  • Carlsberg's Andersen appointed at APM
  • Indonesian ferry lines disappointed
  • US short-sea funding moves forward

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 22, 2007
  • Major shake-up at A.P. Moller-Maersk
    Parent of Maersk Line tabs outsider Nils Andersen (left) to succeed outgoing CEO.
  • Proposal promotes 100% scanning of containers
  • China slashes export rebates
  • G4 urged to keep Doha talks alive
  • EGL settles Iraq case
  • New rule guarantees rates for Vancouver box truckers
  • Weekly rail traffic dips
  • Diana charters Panamax bulker
  • Hankyu opens Utah office
  • Martinair restructures, looks to sell to KLM
  • Eagle gets Supramax bulker

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
JUNE 22, 2007
  • Carbon footprints across the oceans
    Stronger and more compelling evidence of an advancement of global warming and a less-selfish attitude towards the planet's resources has encouraged us to recycle waste, turn out lights, check that our energy usage is as efficient as practical and generally think 'green' thus ensuring our 'carbon footprint' is responsible.
  • Heads roll at Maersk
  • ICG fight ' not over until the fat lady sings?
  • ESPMC-WITASS members impose northbound rate restoration
  • Shippers warned over new EU customs procedures
  • Liverpool extends gate hours

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 22, 2007
  • Stolt nears landmark win
    Federal judge will take his time in antitrust ruling, but there's little doubt Stolt-Nielsen has convinced him US erred in banishing parcel owner from amnesty programme.
  • Asleep on the job
    Ferguson Transport cargoship grounded after sleeping watch officer failed to detect anchor dragging.
  • OSG sells out of DHT
    Final 10% of shareholding in spin-off Double Hull Tankers put up for sale to net $9m.
  • Louis fights 'unfair' fine
    Cypriot owner of Sea Diamond will look to have $1.57m fine from Greece cancelled.
  • BW sells $500m of bonds
    Singapore tankers to LNG group's debt issue oversubscribed more than three times.
  • Indonesia plots ports splurge
    Sea transport chief wants to develop 25 international terminals to boost trade.
  • Speed limit for Sydney
    Fatal accident probe identifies speed as main cause of tragic collision between ferry and dinghy.
  • Sovcomflot strikes repair deal
    Novorossiysk Repair Yard to win more of Russian tanker owner's Black Sea and Med business.
  • Irish sale for Russian ship?
    ITF could sell off vessel held in Ireland as crew go unpaid and charterer receives damaged goods.
  • Belships fixes
    Norwegian owner finds employment for two of five supramaxes ordered in China last month.
  • Soderberg retires early
    Maersk chief stepping down after 37 years as Danish shipping giant rings the changes, bringing in Carlsberg's top man Nils Andersen.
  • GO buys handymax
    London-listed Global Oceanic Carriers lifts fleet to six with acquisition of Turkish owned bulker.
  • Accident or murder?
    Discovery of body of missing Thai girl on Japanese bulker leads to speculation and denial of foul play.
  • FreeSeas ekes out a profit
    US-listed handysize bulker operator turns it around from a year ago to move into the black.
  • Hudong Heavy gets go-ahead
    Chinese ship engine maker wins approval for share sale to buy Shanghai yard from parent CSSC.
  • Ratcliffe to retire
    Princess chief executive set to step down on 60th birthday after 34 year career.

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 22, 2007
  • A.P. Moller-Maersk calls on lager boss to lead group
  • Shipping companies raise $6.5 billion in U.S. since 2005
  • Investors clamor for COSCO shares
  • Green groups threaten EPA with legal action
  • Open sea lanes essential says Military Sealift Commander
  • Airbus gets more A330Freighters orders
  • House Bill proposes $2 billion for short sea shipping
  • Chamber urges approval of U.S.-Korea free trade agreement
  • USDA, USTR chiefs disappointed by Doha negotiations outcome
  • Coffee group offers consolidated C-TPAT information
  • GES forms partnership in Brazilian duty-free zone
  • Economy takes toll on U.S. container traffic

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 22, 2007
  • Shore power consultation continues
    Draft regulations for California to be considered at latest workgroup meeting announced today.
  • Venezuela fuel oil flowing to China
    Record cargo volumes for May amid rising demand and high Singapore prices.
  • Crude oil market 'stunned into silence'
    Crude oil traders say changes to Platts benchmark calculations could produce 'huge distortions'.
  • Greek market remains 'tight'
    Supplier expects shortages to ease at the end of next week.
  • ARA: Prompt supplies tight
  • Sea Diamond's operators to fight bunker spill fine
    Statement says the Greek Merchant Marine Ministry decision was 'unfair and unfounded'.
  • Chinese firm gets bonded bunker storage licence
    Subsidiary of China Shipping Sinopec will be able to operate a bonded bunker fuel storage in Hainan.
  • Oil spill under control
    Vietnamese river could have suffered 'serious pollution' says oil recovery company.
  • OPEC insists oil supply is sufficient
    Increasing supply would only add to already ample oil stocks in consumer nations, says cartel official.

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