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The Business Timesweb site
NOVEMBER 17, 2009
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  • DHL using S'pore base to serve Asia-Pac
    Global logistics company DHL has made Singapore its latest centre of excellence, serving the Asia-Pacific region, to better tap the big potential in the 260 billion euro (S$537 billion) oil and energy logistics industry.

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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 17, 2009
  • CSCL offers Asia to Mideast/Gulf slot swap service with UASC
  • ISO introduces new standards for ship recycling
  • Hamburg Sud names 5,900-TEU Rio Bravo, second to last of six
  • US west coast warned of Canada, taxes, weak rail, Panama upgrade
  • FedEx Trade Networks opens forwarding offices in China and Europe
  • Mike Dye joins LCL consolidator Ecu-Line as Asia Pacific chief
  • Globelink West Star Shipping opens Kuwait office
  • UK Defence Club raises premium 5pc as legal disputes increase
  • Slovenia sees Adriatic route as shortest to south Europe
  • Singapore Airlines Cargo's round-the-world flights via Atlanta
  • ATSG quarterly profit drops after DHL's American withdrawal
  • Boeing rolls out its first 747-8 freighter
  • Hawaiian Airlines celebrates 80 years of flying

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 17, 2009
  • HCL skilfully executes another unique & challenging logistical feat
  • Wärtsilä wins major ship design contract to build 12 OSVs at Pipavav Shipyard
  • Hamburg Sud christens new boxship Rio Bravo
  • Demand for dry bulk vessels sends BDI climbing
  • More boxships idled
  • Grand Alliance announces winter programme for Asia-Europe services
  • MAERSK LINE to call at Antwerp on Far East-transatlantic run
  • SAECS member lines to start South Africa-Europe reefer service
  • CMA CGM adds Singapore call to round-the-world PEX3
  • Andersen Shipping enters into JV with CF Sharp Malaysia as ASC-Sharp Shipping
  • EVERGREEN LINE removes more ships & trims services
  • Coscon adds BAFs, CAFs between Far East, Europe & EC of S. America
  • CARGOTEC to supply 6 Kalmar E-One2 RTGs to Evyap port
  • OOCL imposes peak season reefer surcharge
  • ZIM hikes rates on Asia-Europe & Europe-US trades
  • APL's October volumes rise by 14 pc
  • "K" Line invests in another Chinese ship repair yard
  • DAMCO starts deep penetration Amazonia barge service
  • Yangpu port launches direct service to Vietnam
  • 4 firms join hands in Nanchang to Jiujiang box service
  • CTQI standard for port of Cartagena
  • Synthetic textile exports firmly on growth path-SRTEPC chief
  • 20 pc final safeguard duty on soda ash from China mooted
  • Investor apathy & land paucity prompt MoS to drop 22 Port projects
  • VCT earmarks Rs 120 cr. to double capacity
  • VPT sets new kind of record!
  • JNP workers may go on day's hunger strike to press for development of Port & staff welfare
  • Railways post improved freight earnings in Oct.
  • Review of drawback rates for exporters deferred
  • Stimulus to go only in 2010-Montek

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 15, 2009
  • Deutsche Post awards major contract to Kamag
    The Ulm (Germany)-based special vehicle manufacturer Kamag Transporttechnik GmbH & Co KG has received an order for 13 more WBH 25 "Wiesel" vehicles from ...

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Maritime Global Netweb site
NOVEMBER 16, 2009
  • NITC aims to cut fuel use by 28%
  • North of England raises premiums by 5%
  • American club raises supplementary calls
  • Star Cruises becomes Genting Hong Kong

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 16, 2009
  • Incat Crowther gets utility cat contract
  • MAN Diesel opens Seattle service center
  • Shipowners told to do due diligence on counterparty financial condition
  • BIMCO issues new Piracy Clauses

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World Wide Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 16, 2009
  • Corps taps Lake Union Drydock for repair work on vessel PUGET
  • Alaska Airlines begins new Portland/Chicago flights
  • Border Protection officers nab wanted man at crossing
  • Heavy seas break towlines of Crowley triple deck barge
  • Genco inks time charters for pair of vessels

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 16, 2009
  • BIMCO piracy clause revised
    Change addresses charterers concerns and broadens definition of scope of piracy.
  • BIMCO launches piracy clause for charters
  • Beijing offers Gulf of Aden protection to Hong Kong vessels
    China to extend naval deployment in area to Hong Kong-flagged ships.
  • Brussels says patchwork CO2 measures likely
    European Commission reminds industry inaction will lead to regional carbon regime.

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Fairplayweb site
NOVEMBER 16, 2009
  • NCL secures refinancing
    NORWEGIAN Cruise Line reported sharply lower profits today and confirmed that it has finalised a major new refinancing package
  • Change in freight derivatives
    FINANCIAL players will increase their share in the freight derivatives market by at least 50% in coming years, despite screen trades in liquid markets being made at smaller sizes, a London conference was told today
  • PD Ports sale approved
    BABCOCK & Brown shareholders approved today the sale of PD Ports to a Canadian asset management company
  • US, China talk trade tension
    PRESIDENT Obama is in Shanghai today thrashing out issues such as trade tensions, the value of the Chinese yuan, and climate change
  • American Club holds steady
    THE AMERICAN P&I Club said today there will be no general increase for advance call premiums on 2010 renewals

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 16, 2009
  • U.S. Postal Service Lost $3.8 Billion in 2009
  • NTSB Chief Urges Fight Against Fatigue
  • Savannah Lands Indamex call
  • Buffett Sells Non-BNSF Rail Holdings
  • Volvo to Sell Stake in Chinese Truck Maker
  • UPS Says Holiday Volume to Grow
  • FedEx Freight to Test Zero Emission Truck
  • Shippers Balk at Customs Bureaucracy
  • Amsterdam to Lose Last Regular Box Service
  • Intermodal Marketers Lean More to Trains
  • Retail Sales Improve in October
  • IANA Sees 'Encouraging' Peak
  • Europe-Asia Box Trade Recovering
  • JAL Cargo Drops, ANA Sees First Growth
  • Oakland Terminal Lands Two Maersk Loops
  • Shippers, Carriers Project Growth Problems

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
NOVEMBER 16, 2009
  • RCL still feeling the 'momentum'
  • Hanjin's losses spiral for Q3
  • NYK to raise over USD1 billion from new share offering
  • SCI: 'not planning to sell its liner business'
  • Asia - Europe: recovery on track

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 16, 2009
  • NCL slumps
    Third-quarter profits fall by 50% even though the cruise line reported a record occupancy rate.
  • Dry-bulk jump
    Genco Shipping & Trading leads surging dry-bulk shares on Wall Street after analyst upgrade.
  • Aries rebuilding
    After revealing ship deals, Michail Zolotas speaks confidently of fixing Aries' "problem of leadership" and bad reputation.
  • Boats or babies?
    Sovcomflot board minutes questioned as accountant reveals he more likely spoke of babies than boats.
  • Dry correction?
    US analysts suggest rates will remain firm in coming months, but one warns the bullish mood may not last.
  • Staying short
    Ion Varouxakis-led FreeSeas to continue fixing ships short term despite profit drop.
  • Klang tied up
    Euroseas bags year charter for YM Port Klang plus option for another year, but ship returned by collapsed Hull & Hatch making half its prior rate.
  • Genco fixes
    Cargill fixes Peter Georgiopoulos capesize newbuilding out of Sungdong at $36,000 a day.
  • Blockade call
    Spain wants EU naval taskforce to block three ports known to be used by Somali pirates.
  • Allegation allowed
    Former Sovcomflot director general Dmitry Skarga faces new bribery claim in corruption trial.
  • ALG grabs one
    British cruiseship owner snaps up 1990 built vessel at auction to begin $20m project.
  • Aries quits boxes
    Nasdaq-listed owner sells two remaining box ships while snapping up six vessels and a shipmanagement firm from GrandUnion of Greece.
  • Brazil bound
    Havilla Shipping PSV fixed to Petrobras in three-year deal worth nearly $25m.
  • Dof trio fixed
    Oslo-listed owner nets term deals worth $65.54m as it completes PSV buy.
  • Euroseas chopped
    Aristides Pittas-led bulker and boxship owner's profit dwindles to almost zero, but ship buys still on the agenda.
  • $111m loss
    Aries Maritime clocks up massive third quarter loss as it pays the price for significant spot market exposure.
  • First falls
    Taiwanese bulker owner sees more than half its nine-month profit disappear year-on-year.
  • Brazilian beauty
    Solstad Offshore fixed spot based PSV pair with Petrobras for three years at $22,000 each daily.
  • Helberg at helm
    Former Pareto shipping analyst takes over as CEO of RS Platou Markets only a couple of months after starting work at the Norwegian finance house.
  • FOE and BP clash
    Fred Olsen Energy and BP heading for arbitration following oil major's attempts to cut rig charter rate.
  • Golar energised
    John Fredriksen's Golar LNG Energy has $11m to invest in Gladstone Project after selling shares in ASX-listed LNG Limited.
  • Wilson wins
    Brazilian offshore vessel and ports group sees nine-month earnings rise as costs were cut.
  • Leaky past
    Inquiry into Princess Ashika sinking hears of voyage previously aborted because of water ingress.
  • Charter cheer
    Judge finds a place for Santa as he rejects Cobelfret claim that UK port should have worked through Christmas to discharge capesize coal cargo.
  • Hostages free
    Somali authorities step in to secure release of nine Indian and Bangladeshi crew seized recently.
  • Fesco iced in
    A hundred passengers left high and dry as Fesco cruiseship stuck in Antarctic ice for four days.
  • Faulty fin?
    Stabiliser defect could have contributed to grounding of Japanese ferry Ariake in heavy seas.
  • Box extension
    Unions say France's CMA CGM given another month to finalise debt deal with banks.
  • Hindustan hope
    Indian state shipbuilder eyeing two sites for new VLCC shipyard.

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 16, 2009
  • Company develops foldable container
  • DHL: Asia triangles to build growth through 2028
  • Panalpina wins oil and gas business
  • Lowenthal drops container fee for now
  • Barge breaks free, runs aground in Virginia
  • Gaillard joins Port of Charleston

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
NOVEMBER 16, 2009
  • Hegnar takes the lead in Hurtigruten
    Hurtigruten has a new largest shareholder as Trygve Hegnar through his holding company Periscopus has acquired a 20 per cent share for NOK 256 million. The sellers are a number
  • Icebreaker stuck in the ice
    105 tourists, mainly Britons, will have to make do with just sitting still in the Arctic ice rather than travelling through it, since the 24.000 bhp Captain Khlebnikov is
  • Kockums and Brødrene Aa sign cooperation agreement
    Sweden's Kockums, the submarine and naval surface vessel specialist, has signed a co-operation agreement with Brødrene Aa, shipbuilders in Hyen, Gloppen, in western Norway. The agreement includes marketing, development
  • Boskalis buys Smit
    Royal Boskalis Westminster and Smit Internationale N.V. have reached a principle agreement for a full merger. Boskalis makes a public offer on all Smit shares.
  • Common ownership for Flinter and Nordic Chartering
    The Dutch shipping company Flinter and the Finnish liner service operator Oy Nordic Chartering Ltd merge their activities. Nordic Chartering operates five dry cargo vessels mainly on regular sailings from

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 16, 2009
  • 'Sailing' through the climate crisis
    The principles to judge the effectiveness of the ultimate solution to address pollution from ships.
  • agoUS West Coast offers bunker savings
    Collaboration highlights benefits of region for trans-Pacific trade.
  • agoBunker prices soften
    Crude showing gains in early trading on NYMEX.
  • agoAnother Bunker Fuel Spill in San Francisco Bay
    Fuel transfer mishap involving the Dubai Star tanker.
  • agoLittle movement in Middle Eastern hub
    Good demand seen in Durban.
  • agoFuel oil export duty to rise
    Russian export tariff likely to see 16% increase.
  • agoLosses deepen for Hanjin
    Shipping group hopes bunker changes will help pull it back to profit.
  • agoSaudis impose 'naval blockade'
    Regional instability in Gulf of Aden 'could spread'.
  • agoBunker prices generally firming
    But distillate prices show signs of weakening.
  • agoJapan bunker sales grow in September
    Sales lifted by higher demand from bulk and car carriers.
  • MRPL sells first December cargo
    Discounts similar to previous tender.
  • Bunker fuel retrieved from sunken ship
    Port Trust has spent $3.8 million on clean-up.
  • Chimbusco October bonded bunker sales down on month
    Fall in sales due to week-long holiday.
  • 30 days credit still the norm
    Traders see limited success for attempts to shorten credit terms.




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