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The Business Timesweb site
FEBRUARY 26, 2007
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  • Charred Indonesian ferry sinks; one reporter dead
    AN Indonesian ferry that caught fire last week, killing at least 42 people, sank yesterday as officials and journalists on board scrambled for safety.

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Sched Netweb site
FEBRUARY 26, 2007
  • HK's container throughput rises 1.2pc in January
  • Maersk upgrades Asia-Red Sea service
  • Schneider National gets permission to operate in China
  • TUI sells major stake in Montreal CT to Morgan Stanley
  • India launches probe into crew shortage after officer's suicide
  • Canadian government to legislate end of CN rail strike
  • Duisport Group handles 11pc more boxes in 2006
  • Indian government to add 2,000 flights from March
  • German cargo handlers set up united front
  • Lufthansa Cargo opens competence centres for live airfreight
  • Greens threaten African horticultural airfreight

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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 26, 2007
  • CMA CGM launches NEMO service
  • Welgrow Line (India) commences operations from Kandla/Mundra branch office
  • INTTRA's new tool to benefit shippers & forwarders
  • Globe Express opens 4 offices in South India
  • Banks keen to support shipping industry
  • Nasscom chief sees enormous potential for engineering services exports
  • India, UAE to ink MoU on food processing
  • EEPC spots exciting trade opportunities in Asean, Australia & N. Zealand
  • Exports of handicrafts up by 18.13 pc
  • Edible oil may be imported duty-free for PDS
  • EEPC move to boost exports to Asean
  • Export of rice bran resumes at Kakinada anchorage port
  • Work on Dhamra port project to begin soon
  • RIL building jetty to handle gas at Kakinada
  • Rail Budget today
  • TUFS extension hinted at
  • Australian trade team arriving today
  • Interactive meet on 'Geographical Indications' at WTC

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International Transport Journalweb site
FEBRUARY 26, 2007
  • New director of Aquitaine-Euskadi logistics platform
  • Maersk enhances Asia-Red Sea service
  • EuroAirport ICAO certified
  • Volvo takes over Nissan
  • TAT Express new French partner of Trans-o-Flex
  • London extends congestion charge

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Maritime Global Netweb site
FEBRUARY 23, 2007
  • Exmar in LNG transfer
  • Merchant Brilliant crew go home
  • Overcapacity hits Star Cruises
  • Indonesian ro-ro blaze kills 16
  • BW buys Crystal Sea

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Marine Logweb site
FEBRUARY 23, 2007
  • Norfolk ship repairer plans expansion
  • LR cooperates with Turkish society
  • Aker books order at Ukraine yard

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World Wide Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 23, 2007
  • Air cargo association opens scholarship registration
  • Carnival selling Windstar Cruises To Ambassadors International Inc.
  • Boeing adds pair to corporate citizenship team
  • Seattle Port Commissioners call for greater environmental focus
  • Intermodal gains can't push rail traffic numbers to positive side

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Fairplayweb site
FEBRUARY 23, 2007
  • Pakistan cotton imports soar
    PAKISTAN'S cotton traders are expecting to place orders for about 2.5M bales this year to meet demand from the country's textile industry
  • Disney doubles cruise play
    DISNEY Cruise Line is finally expanding its fleet with two new post-Panamaxes after six growth-free years
  • MSC Napoli work progresses
    WORK is continuing to remove containers from the stricken MSC Napoli, while members of parliament have called for safety measures to be reassessed
  • Security flaws exposed by Levina toll
  • Merchant Brilliant saga closes
  • TUI cuts debt with CP asset sale
  • Broström paints brighter outlook
  • Collision in Gulf of Finland
  • Hawaii overcapacity hits NCL
  • Star Cruises suffers huge loss
  • Canadian grain champion unveiled
  • Search continues for Levina survivors

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
FEBRUARY 23, 2007
  • Bill orders CN strikers back to work
    The legislation is not scheduled for debate until Tuesday, so the two week strike could linger well into next week.
  • DOT announces pilot program for Mexican trucks
  • Jaxport sets lofty goal
  • NY-NJ approves PNCT deal
  • Customs expands e-manifest mandate for trucks
  • Bill would put ceiling on hazmat fee
  • TWIC ready to roll next month, lawmakers say
  • Houston to get new distribution park
  • NYK Line (North America) names Keller president
  • Operating income surges at Tropical Shipping
  • SSA Marine wins Trinidad pact

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
FEBRUARY 23, 2007
  • Bill introduced ordering CN strikers back to work
    The Canadian government has introduced a bill ordering striking conductors and yard service workers at Canadian National Railway back to work.
  • Rhine barge carriers institute their own crisis measures for ECT Delta situation
    The emergency situation at Rotterdam's ECT Delta terminal has prompted the Rhine's leading barge operators to stop calls, unless shippers guarantee payment for whatever emergency solutions are needed.
  • 24-hour Smit harbour towage strike starts
  • US inspectors to examine Mexican trucks for cross-border trade
  • Bids to perform HHLA IPO due by Monday, as process to sell stake continues
  • Indonesia to offer private sector majority in much-delayed Lamong project
  • Indian Cabinet shows green light to railfreight corridors
  • Asian liners mull new mega-containership orders
  • Point Lisas contract SSA Marine to develop business

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 23, 2007
  • A world first
    Excelerate Energy unveils its new Teesside GasPort but where have gas prices gone?
  • MC finance chief quits
    Dominique Sergent tenders resignation after nearly a decade with company.
  • Thataway!!
    General Maritime's financial restructuring has two US equity analysts pointing investors in different directions.
  • Minoru Sato steps up
    NYK's European chief sets course for top Tokyo liner role.
  • Platou emerges as ACM holder
    Stock previously reported held by Fearnley Fonds in fact parked for Peter Anker's broking house.
  • Falling Star
    Asian cruise group plunges to $150m loss after cost of NCL's US-flag operation eats into revenues.
  • Trio detained in UK
    A boxship, a vehicle carrier and a cargoship were held after failing safety checks in January.
  • Exmar floats new orders
    Growth of Excelerate prompts talk of at least three more LNG contracts this year.
  • Samskip targets Moscow
    Icelandic container line adds two ships in Baltic to offer fixed day overland delivery in Russia.
  • We're going home
    Merchant Brilliant crew board flights to Russia with back wages safely in back pockets.
  • Grindrod makes a billion
    South Africa's bulker and tanker owner pushes 2006 profit to ZAR 1bn in strong markets.
  • Transatlantic moving on up
    Swedish ro-ro and offshore vessel owner builds operating profit in 2006 despite revenue dip.
  • Briese orders combi ship
    Aker and Damen joint venture in Ukraine to deliver 12,000-dwt vessel to German owner.
  • Seacor soars
    Big profit and revenue jump in 2006 for US tanker and offshore vessel player.
  • Golden Gunn fired
    John Fredriksen-backed bulker owner takes "opportunistic" $50m for 2005-built panamax.
  • Zim bows to pressure
    Israeli container line delaying departure from Eilat after protests from port workers.
  • Fewer hurricanes, less profit
    Swedish tanker owner Brostrom fails to match previous year's performance without rates boost provided by 2005's US storms.
  • Carnival to offload Windstar
    US cruise giant is selling its three ship cruise/sail operation to Ambassadors for $100m.
  • Disney doubles up
    US group confirms its long awaited expansion plans with orders for two more cruiseships at Meyer Werft.
  • Fredriksen sells Crystal Sea
    BW Offshore picks up controversial FPSO from SeaDrill for cash plus shares plus indemnification.
  • Norden takes Protefs
    Danish owner takes Diana panamax in deal set to earn US-listed Greek bulker player at least $10.5m.

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American Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 25, 2007
  • TACA lines raising Panama Canal transit fee
  • Tropical Shipping's profits up
  • Finnlines boss Lagerroos quits
  • Aker Yards joint venture sells combi freighter
  • Ex-Matson chief Mulholland dies
  • DHL parent's profit down in 2006
  • Tata, Changi jointly bid to upgrade two Indian airports
  • Delta to start daily non-stop Atlanta/Lagos, Nigeria flights
  • North American Airlines receives 5th Boeing 767-300ER
  • Mandatory e-manifest coming to Michigan, New York
  • Schneider gets official go-ahead from Chinese government
  • Restricted access to China shapes U.S. supply chain inspection program
  • Russia wants U.S. to remove Jackson-Vanik trade restrictions
  • USDA to provide $200 million for two food aid programs
  • Hyundai expanding Chennai plant to increase export capacity
  • U.S., Azerbaijan to cooperate on customs matters
  • USDA: Hold the Hawaiian tomatoes please
  • Worldwide Project Consortium expands
  • Port security requires more funds say top lawmakers
  • Chinese electric cars arrive in Baltimore

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
FEBRUARY 23, 2007
  • Profit down for Broström
    The G'teborg-based Broström reports a SEK 580 million (EUR 62.4 million) profit after financial items in the preliminary report ...
  • German minesweeper pulled off at last
    German minesweeper Grömitz was finally off the rocks last night by the powerful, 194-ton bollard pull, platform supply vessel ...
  • Wallhamn becomes hub in northern Europe
    The Swedish port Wallhamn, north of Göteborg, becomes hub for Scandinavia, Finland, Russia and the Baltic states. Today all Kia ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 23, 2007
  • Arctic spill fine handed out
    Shipowner pleading guilty after fuel unloading incident.
  • Cruise lines agree to low-sulphur fuels
    Port implementing new emissions controls with fuel and shore power requirements.
  • Personnel changes at D&NW
    One newcomer, one departure and one returnee at London broker.
  • New face at GAC Bunker Fuels
  • ARA barge market quiet again
  • Bunker spill 'under control'
    A bunker spill in the Malacca Strait caused by a collision is expected to be cleared by the weekend.
  • Container group to hike bunker surcharges
    Bunker surcharges and freight rates to increase on expectations of higher operating costs.
  • Singapore registers lower trade index
    Both domestic and foreign wholesale of ship chandlers & bunkering fell in Q4 2006.




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