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Sched Netweb site
MAY 26, 2008
  • Hamburg Port serves Grand Alliance's new Far East-Europe EU5 loop
  • TNT Wuhan launches first electric-drive green trucks in China
  • Cosco Logistics builds new storage facility in Qingdao
  • Nanchang's sea-rail intermodal exports surge 64.3pc
  • Euroseas buys 16th container ship, with fleet fully chartered
  • Obama's opposition to Chicago rail bypass chills Prince Rupert's hopes
  • Georgia Ports Authority posts 10-month throughput of 21 million tons
  • Birkart Globistics re-branded Logwin after acquisition
  • Panalpina upgrades IT system with SAP to ensure seamless processing
  • Hactl typhoon drill checks procedures, communications channels
  • UPS to move Asia air cargo hub from the Philippines to Shenzhen
  • Hong Kong and Seoul agree to strengthen air transport links
  • US carriers postpone launch of China air routes
  • Swissair launches daily Shanghai-Zurich flights
  • BA World Cargo FY2007-08 results up 3pc

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 23, 2008
  • Fiege reorganises management
  • Hapag-Lloyd enhances service between Asia and Mexico
  • Air France-KLM Group achieves targets in 2007/2008
  • K+N takes over Beiersdorf's logistics centre in Vienna

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Maritime Global Netweb site
MAY 23, 2008
  • NCL fined US$1m
  • Ship Finance's profit up
  • Marathon moves on Global Ship

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 23, 2008
  • ATSB reports on Pasha Bulker grounding
  • NCL to pay $14.75 million in Norway blast case

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MAY 23, 2008
  • Port of Tacoma schedules terminal development meeting
  • US rail freight traffic sees gains during week
  • Port of Seattle police chief new sheriffs association president
  • TSA member carriers inking new service contracts
  • Truck tonnage index falls during April

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 23, 2008
  • Maersk cuts CO2 emissions
    AP Moller-Maersk says emissions from its containership fleet were cut by about 3% last year.
  • Maersk Line eyes new bunker cost strategy
  • New York backs Nymar 'shipping capital' plans
    PETER Shaerf-led New York Maritime's bold effort to make the Big Apple the 'capital for shipping' gets city support.
  • Master's inexperience blamed for Pasha grounding
    VESSEL'S master had poor knowledge of conditions at Newcastle port, says Australian Transport Safety Bureau report.

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Fairplayweb site
MAY 23, 2008
  • Gadani shipbreakers chairman shot dead
    CHAIRMAN of the Pakistan Ship Breaking Association Azam Malik was shot to death in a mysterious attack in Hub town in Lasbela district of Balochistan province on Wednesday night.
  • EC plans maritime policy review
    THE European Commission is preparing what it terms "a strategic reflection" on the future of EU Maritime Transport for the period 2008-2018
  • Cosco opts for jv in Phils project
    COSCO has decided on a joint venture with a Philippines firm in its shipbuilding and logistics facilities in the Philippines, rather than a direct investment
  • US drivers flee SUVs
    CAR-MAKER Ford believes that a 'tipping point' has been reached in America's demand for gas-guzzling Sports Utility Vehicles, a negative trend for tanker imports
  • Allen promotes marine safety scheme
    US COAST Guard Commandant Thad Allen hopes his new marine safety programme will assuage critics in Congress and the marine industry
  • Italian owners want Tirrenia privatisation
    "THE privatisation of Tirrenia can no longer be postponed" stated Nicola Coccia, president of Confitarma ' the Italian shipowners association ' on the sidelines of the European Day of the Sea.

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 23, 2008
  • New Evergreen service to link Asia Mexico, Caribbean and Central America
    The Far East Panama Service will deploy eight 2,728-TEU container vessels starting this month.
  • 6 TWIC centers added
  • Air grant for LA-Long Beach
  • Horizon cancels fuel fee hike
  • Safmarine, DAL end Europe-S. Africa joint venture
  • Currency drops Ceva net
  • Lines recommend rate hikes to Mid-East, Subcontinent
  • Carlyle buys stake in intermodal facilities operator
  • 1.8M-TEU India project OK'd
  • Panalpina adds Budapest freighter to Russia, HK
  • Provision for cargo fine hits Air France-KLM earnings

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
MAY 23, 2008
  • Will the crewing crisis result in maritime safety being compromised?
    According to many of the world's top ship managers attending the Lloyds List 'Seafarers 2008' conference in Singapore earlier this month, the global crewing crisis is going to get worse before it gets better. Indeed, with an estimated 10,000 vessels under construction in shipyards, requiring up to 400,000 extra seafarers; ship managers are agreed that owners are on the cusp of a crisis.
  • Gothenburg boosts its rail links
  • Daikin develops DTMS2
  • APL continues with 'own network' strategy in Scandinavia
  • Samskip adds Greece to its network
  • TSA carriers report progress

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 23, 2008
  • Pacific King buys Performer
    Singapore owner pays $132m for a capesize bulker in the fleet of the Restis group's Better Energy Transport.
  • Asian ships sold to Eagle
    Brokers tie Eagle Bulk Shipping's latest supramax acquisitions to a pair of Asian sellers.
  • Cido selling Ocean?
    Panamax bulker Fortune Ocean on the selling block, brokers say.
  • Babies banned
    Royal Caribbean has banned babies under 6 months from its cruises.
  • Schoeller sells two more
    Undisclosed Greek buyer is tied to the Heinrich Schoeller-led company's sale of two 114,000-dwt products tanker newbuildings.
  • Liquimar Marpol appeal fails
    London appeal court upholds ruling that owners should bear the risk of regulatory changes in mid-charter.
  • Crew seeks aid in Colombia
    Egyptian mariners aboard a Greek-controlled general cargoship ask for repatriation as they arrived at a Colombian port.
  • Rosier second quarter
    Jefferies analyst hikes Ship Finance International's second-quarter forecast after first-quarter results miss expectations.
  • Horizon pulls back
    US containership owner cuts bunker surcharge increase after competitor fails to follow suit.
  • Hallin strikes safety high
    UK-listed offshore owner crosses blue ribbon safety mark for the first time in its history.
  • Keep it!
    Fesco shareholders vote to forego 2007 dividends to ensure ongoing investment.
  • Daewoo bags drillships
    Mystery Americas-based owner pens huge $1.4bn order for two drillships at Korean yard.
  • BWO exits Prosafe
    Offshore owner sells entire holding in accommodation rig player but is tipped to reinvest in its floating production sibling.
  • Greens halt coal cargo
    Discussions underway as Greenpeace ship prevents bulkers from unloading at Philippines facility.
  • Evergreen prizes Panama
    Taiwanese container line launches new Asia to central America service as demand grows.
  • OMG eyes port loan
    Russian group could bank European reconstruction cash to upgrade Vyborg terminal.
  • Svithoid changes tack
    Swedish owner's bigger tankers to be sold and spot exposure cut after first quarter loss.
  • Pirates free Victoria
    No word of ramson payment or armed intervention as UAE ship and crew released early off Somalia.
  • PDZ buys a Pearl
    Malaysian intra-Asian boxship operator snaps up Japanese feeder containership for $14.3m.
  • Maersk slashes CO2
    Newbuilding influx and larger ships cut pollution from container line's stacks, but there is work to do on the offshore fleet.
  • Hellenic fixes Horizon
    After short term charter UK-listed Greek owner fixes handysize bulker for minimum of two years.
  • Strikes bowl Piraeus
    Port Authority bears brunt of anti-privatisation action as revenues slashed and red ink spoils first quarter.
  • APL goes it alone
    Singapore container line buys out partner Scan Shipping in Nordic region.
  • Aegean makes it seven
    Former Diana and Pegasus face Konstantinos Koutsomitopoulos shows up at Nikolas Tavlarios-led bunker player.
  • Coastal's profits up
    Malaysian yard sees first quarter results jump 40% on double digit growth in shipbuilding and repair.

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American Shipperweb site
MAY 23, 2008
  • TSA cites success implementing floating bunker charges
  • Look beyond transit times to cut emissions, WWL boss says
  • TBS to raise $95.9 million through stock sale
  • Three ships share liability for 2002 collision
  • MSC to add Houston to West Coast South America link
  • APL creates own Nordic organization
  • DHL plans major U.S. pullback, analysts say
  • CSX to unveil low-emission locomotives
  • "No planet, no beer!"
  • Three vendors qualify for CSD test
  • CEVA says first quarter results "encouraging"
  • U.S. issues new rough diamond import/export regulations
  • CargoSmart launches supply chain software
  • Long Beach port breaks off talks with ATA over preventing suit
  • ICTSI names managers of Philippines terminals

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
MAY 23, 2008
  • NCL pays USD 15 million for boiler explosion
    A US Court has ordered Norwegian Cruise Lines to pay USD 14.75 million in fines and damages for the boiler explosion on the cruise vessel Norway in May 2003 that killed eight crew members and seriously injured ten. The ...
  • Three operators qualified for Bornholm traffic
    Three ferry operators have been pre- qualified to bid for the coming period of operation of ferry traffic to Bornholm. The three operators are Mols-linien A/S, Nordic Ferry Services A/S and Gotlandsbolaget. Nordic Ferry Services A/S ...

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 23, 2008
  • Shipping giant cuts emissions
    Green focus by A.P. Moller-Maersk seeing success.
  • Bunkers turn bullish as crude bounces back
    No price relief for the US Gulf as oil resumes its climb after yesterday's pause.
  • Bunker market report from Praxis
  • IOC targets Ceyhan projects
    Plans to partner with Turkish firm for building refinery and possibly oil marketing, including bunkers.
  • Floating fuel fees gain acceptance
    With prices soaring, TSA says bunker surcharges have taken priority in freight contract negotiations.
  • UK: Limited impact on bunkering from new STS legislation
    Maritime and Coastguard Agency says it welcomes input from bunkering industry in ongoing consultation.
  • Rotterdam barge market tight
  • Saudi Aramco resumes 380 cst bunker sales
  • Supplies remain 'good' in Karachi
    State oil company still able to provide residual product.
  • Singapore loses competitive edge
    Price differential against other Asian ports remains narrow.
  • Bunker costs 'squeezing' tanker supply
    Tanker operators cut vessel speeds to save fuel, putting pressure on availability.

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