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The Business Timesweb site
JANUARY 7, 2008
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  • Foreign cruise ships to dock longer in Mexico: US
    Foreign cruise ships sailing from California to Hawaii would have to spend at least two days in Mexico under a proposed federal rule meant to help US-flagged ships better compete with them.
  • China to make Dalian shipping centre
    China plans to make Dalian into a major harbour along the north-east coast as well as a shipping and logistics centre for north-east Asia by 2020.

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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 7, 2008
  • Shenzhen's SCT volume up 28pc, hits record-breaking 3.31 million TEU in '07
  • Seaspan to build five 4,520-TEU ships destined for 'K' Line charters
  • CSCL's board gives go ahead to Yingkou Port terminal investment
  • Xiamen's feeder service crosses bay faster than trucks can go around it
  • PIL and PSA to operate JV container terminal in Singapore
  • Pacific Concord Forwarding expands into Europe, Middle East
  • Hercules named company with best IT system
  • Phil Coolican becomes managing director GAC Australia
  • China Eastern launches twice weekly Nanjing-Tokyo flights
  • Asiana Airlines commences Seoul-Nanning twice-weekly service
  • Spring Airlines once again flies between Shanghai and Changsha
  • Philippine Airlines to start Chongqing-Chengdu-Manila service in March
  • AirAsia to starts operating Guangzhou-Kuala Lumpur route
  • Israeli shippers complain of lack of rules for air cargo ground handling

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 7, 2008
  • IMO's amendment to SOLAS code comes into force this month
  • Rising tide helps refloat stricken 8,100-TEU ship
  • Scindia Steam navigating a re-union!
  • Onion exports surge 4-fold in Dec.
  • STC floats tenders for rice exports to Bangla
  • Global GAP certification set to boost potato exports
  • Anti-dumping duty on imports of raw silk from China extended till year-end
  • MbPT right on target with 12.49 pc growth
  • MCA establishes performance standards
  • LEAP(ing) Year for GTI!
  • More rail wagons
  • NSCSA & CONCOR bring dedicated train from ICD-TKD to Mumbai Port
  • Fuel price hike inevitable & unavoidable'CII
  • CBEC issues fresh guidelines to prevent misuse of Target Plus scheme
  • 2 tax refund schemes streamlined for exporters
  • IMC to hold 3-day global trade & investment conference from January 10

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International Transport Journalweb site
JANUARY 7, 2008
  • Agility names Hass as new VP
  • AMI appoints Burn as VP Americas
  • "OOCL Busan" named at Geoje shipyard
  • SkyCargo adds Bahrain full-freighter service
  • United expanding regional network
  • SNCF transforms subsidiary into independent railfreight operator
  • Air Cargo India 2008, Mumbai, 23-25 January 2008

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Maritime Global Netweb site
JANUARY 4, 2008
  • Spanish case against ABS dismissed
  • US cadets to sail on APL foreign-flag ships
  • Deep Sea's earnings slip
  • US set to demand more cargo info

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Marine Logweb site
JANUARY 6, 2008
  • Hyundai Heavy targets $26 billion in 2008 orders

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JANUARY 4, 2008
  • Port of Portland taps Leavitt as corporate real estate manager
  • US rail freight traffic count sees declines during week
  • Genco takes delivery of Handysize vessel
  • Navios Maritime Holdings expands in South America
  • Boeing breaking records with 2007 net commercial plane orders

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 4, 2008
  • Fake crew certificate gang smashed in India
    POLICE arrest group involved in distributing fake continuous discharge certificates to seafarers.
  • Flags play down Indian fake certificates
  • Mombasa battles huge container backlog
    KENYAN port facing huge pile-up as civil unrest prevents cargo from leaving.
  • MOL chief braced for box shipping losses
    COMPANY'S containership operations singled out as business unit of particular concern.

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Fairplayweb site
JANUARY 4, 2008
  • Mombasa cargo build-up nightmare
    POST-election instability in Kenya is only adding to the cargo build-up in the port of Mombasa, which has been suffering from congestion for several months
  • India prepares scrapping code
    INDIA'S steel ministry is preparing a code for ship-recycling in response to the Supreme Court's order that directed the government to prepare a policy framework
  • Samho to double capacity by 2012
    HYUNDAI Samho has revealed plans to build two new shipbuilding facilities, which will double the yard's tonnage capacity
  • Manila bans foreign single-hulls
    THE Philippines has started adopting measures to protect its domestic waters from oil spills
  • Bankrupt Festival to settle
  • Navios buys into Hidrovia logistics
  • COSCO in repair and conversion JV
  • Spain keeps Prestige suit alive
  • Lost charter, fouled hull spur suit
  • California gets $55M for dredging
  • Officer's death was 'not a stunt'
  • Confusion over Russian seafood ban
  • Labroy set to exit exchange
  • PSA, PIL ink terminal venture

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 6, 2008
  • MOL expects container loss in 2008
    The Japanese carrier warned that unprofitable North American routes will lead results for its container unit downward this year.
  • Hudd rebranded as Maersk Distribution Services
  • Profit soars at China Shipping's bulk unit
  • ILA takes Justice Dept. to task over racketeering suit
  • Seaspan orders five ships for charter to "K" Line
  • Boeing sets freighter mark
  • A.P. Moller's India terminal venture tops 1 million TEUs
  • Global growth lifts air profits
  • India port truck strike over
  • Rail traffic fell in '07
  • OOCL names boxship

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
JANUARY 4, 2008
  • Are container vessels becoming too reliant on GPS technology or are crew being pushed too hard?
    The grounding of the LT Cortesia this week in the UK's Dover Strait has highlighted the increased risk of maritime casualties stemming from the phenomenal surge in global containerisation and subsequent, increased number and size of container vessels deployed.
  • Textainer resurrects its reefer business
  • Eimskip pulls the plug on US / Canada short sea route amid internal upheaval
  • Port of Montreal shatters records
  • Singapore terminal JV for PSA and PIL
  • FEFC Asia to Med trade up 26% in November

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 4, 2008
  • Paragon sets poison pill
    US-listed bulker owner adopts a plan to fend off takeover and merger attempts.
  • Peter Dohle sells bulkers
    Broker report says German owner sells 46,600-dwt sisterships for $130m.
  • Four hurt on FPSO
    Crewmembers are injured in an accident aboard the Bleo Holm off Aberdeen.
  • Engine problems at BC
    BC Ferries' Northern Adventure suspends service as oil fouling shuts down an engine.
  • Deep Sea slump
    Norwegian offshore vessel owner Deep Sea Supply reports 27% decline in December daily vessel income.
  • DHT upgraded
    As Double Hull Tankers stock sinks on a new dividend policy, Cantor Fitzgerald analyst gives the US-listed owner a thumbs-up.
  • Li: 'buckle up'
    Asia's richest man tells investors to expect a rough ride throughout 2008 as record oil prices bring turbulent times.
  • DHT divvies $1
    Stock price declines after US-listed Double Hull Tankers says it will issue a quarter per quarter in 2008.
  • Taylor hints at IPO
    Drydocks World may tap the money markets to finance its spending spree, CEO says.
  • CSDC in the money
    China Shipping (Group) unit cashes in during 2007 as profits jump 65%.
  • K Line heads big three slide
    Shares in Japan's third largest shipping line slump to their lowest level in a year with analysts blaming the drop on declining dry-bulk rates.
  • Samsung bucks the trend
    South Korean shipbuilder expects orders to decline in 2008 as it fights to clear a four-year backlog.
  • Marin leaves Attica fleet
    Greek ferry operator Attica Holdings bags EUR 2.2m gain from sale of 1991-built ro-ro to undisclosed buyer.
  • Navios forms logistics arm
    Greek shipowner combines its Uruguay port operations with local South American barge player.
  • PIL in terminal venture
    Singapore liner operator becomes latest owner to get own dedicated berths in Lion Republic.

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American Shipperweb site
JANUARY 4, 2008
  • Maersk: Repositioning costs often prohibitive
  • Seaspan orders five 4,520-TEU boxships destined for "K" Line
  • Spain's suit against ABS dismissed
  • OOCL names 4,578-TEU ship
  • Boeing orders up
  • Battle brews over Sri Lankan Airlines chief
  • JAL considers sale of cargo unit
  • Continental's cargo flat in December, down 3.8% for year
  • Calif., 15 states sue EPA over greenhouse gases
  • New metrics to help Vancouver port users track performance
  • Navios launches South American logistics business
  • Cochin CFS underway

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
JANUARY 4, 2008
  • Spain appeal of dismissed Prestige claim
    Spain is almost certain to appeal a US District Court decision to dismiss her claim that American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) should be held accountable for damaged from the oil spill from tanker Prestige, which was classed in ABS. The ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 4, 2008
  • Week end bunker prices diverge, crude slides
    Major markets going in different directions as price gap widening.
  • Bunker pollution 'limited'
    Preliminary report says Antarctic sinking caused 'no discernible environmental damage'.
  • Weak dollar cushions impact of high bunker prices
    Europe-based tropical fruit importer says rising bunker prices have been offset by favourable exchange rates.
  • 0.1% sulphur marine fuel availability expanding
    More European bunker suppliers are preparing to offer 0.1% MGO.
  • Barges still tight in Rotterdam
  • Winter storms lash Black Sea region
    Port operations suspended in Black Sea ports in Romania and Bulgaria, storm claims ship in Kerch Strait.
  • Titan re-aligns senior management
    Change of role for Group chief executive Barry Cheung.




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