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The Business Timesweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2009
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  • Freight derivatives extend drop
    Contracts used to bet on hire rates for capesize ships that haul iron ore fell further as immediate- booking rents slid the most since Sept 23.

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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2009
  • Hanjin Shipping hikes Asia-Europe rate US$200/TEU December 14
  • CMA CGM and Maersk to overhaul two north Atlantic services
  • AP Moller-Maersk executives divided on 2010 recovery
  • US stars in narrowing Singapore losses as exports fall 13pc
  • DHL offers LCL service from Shenzhen to Sweden
  • Kuehne + Nagel signs Weatherford International for two years
  • Carriers need to raise transpacific rates to stay afloat
  • US Department of Energy screens Kaohsiung export boxes
  • North Carolina 28pc box volume increase 'signals recovery'
  • AAPA: Asia-Pacific airlines to lose US$4.8 billion this year
  • OAG's 10-year forecast sees 'very challenging' times
  • ABX wins accord of Teamster pilots, upgrades outsourcing potential

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2009
  • Date with Gujarat Maritime Horizon on Jan. 12, 2010
  • Oil from sunken ship recovered safely
  • Shipping Ministry seeks service tax waiver on coastal movement of cargo
  • MSC to effect general rate increase in Dec.
  • Delmas' Africa expertise highlighted at trade interaction
  • Spices lend zing to export sting
  • Basmati exports may touch 2.5 m tonnes
  • CoPT extends wharfage waiver to BPCL for back-loading
  • Palmolein imports to enter Kakinada port in Dec.
  • Iron ore pellets unloading record set at Kandla Port
  • MPSEZ to develop non-LNG port facilities at Hazira
  • CONCOR's ICD at Ratlam inaugurated
  • NHAI to award 10 mega road projects
  • FDI target set as recovery dawns
  • Move to impose new Direct Taxes Code baulks potential SEZ investors
  • MSME sector in for better credit deal
  • Belgium Pharma Invest Roadshow in Ahmedabad on Wednesday
  • Construction sector growth to outpace China till 2020

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 19, 2009
  • DPD and newly-founded Posten Norden in partnership
    Having overcome the last anti-cartel hurdles DPD, a Swedish post office partner of many years standing, has now become a partner of the new Posten Norden in most Scandinavian count...
  • Kika entrusts logistics operations in Belgrade to Milsped
    The Austrian furniture wholesaler Kika has entrusted the complete logistics operations for a new 11,000 sqm shop opening in Belgrade (Serbia) at the end of November to Milsped...
  • Rege Motorenbau extends Wincanton contract
    Rege Motorenbau GmbH has banked on Wincanton's transport and logistics services since early January 2009, and now extended the transport management, procurement and distribution co...
  • Rieck and OTM in transatlantic logistics collaboration
    The Berlin-based German company Rieck Logistik entered into an exclusive transatlantic logistics collaboration agreement with Brazil's OTM Servicos de Logistica Internacional Ltda,...
  • APM Terminals container handling 9% down
    APM Terminals' vice-president and CFO Christian Moller Laursen said that the firm's global network has not been immune to the negative effects of a 15% decline in global container ...
  • New World Alliance changes NYX transpacific service
    APL, Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) and Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL), the carriers that make up The New World Alliance (TNWA), are making some service and capacity changes. From 2 Decembe...
  • Ust-Luga to break 10 million t barrier
    The new Russian Baltic Sea port of Ust-Luga will break the 10 million t barrier in 2009, according to port captain Oleg Glukhov, who admitted that the year had been severely compli...
  • BAA improves air cargo figures
    The seven UK airports belonging to the British airport operator BAA registered slight air cargo growth in October, for the first time since August 2008, handling 1.5% more tonnes o...
  • AF-KLM plunges into the red
    The Air France-KLM corporation has plunged into the red and is thus proposing to cut capacities and implement a voluntary redundancy programme at Air France from 2010 involving 1,7...

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Maritime Global Netweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2009
  • Cargoship "free"
  • Lord Mayor of London warns on futures changes
  • London Club's premiums up 5%
  • Brookfield takes ownership of PD Ports
  • IMO Assembly meets next week

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 2009
  • Three die in tugboat explosion at VT Halter

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World Wide Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2009
  • American Cruise Lines to operate QUEEN OF THE WEST
  • Rail freight traffic drops during week
  • New Boeing freighter sports special 'light' livery
  • FRA study finds freight rail saves fuel
  • Grand Alliance carriers moving to Winter Program

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2009
  • Investors start to count cost of $36bn box terminals bet
    Returns from port real estate hang in balance as the days of double-digit growth come to end.
  • BV urges flexibility over boxship speeds
    Modern engines able to operate efficiently at slow and high speeds, says BV head.
  • Tajani on course for second term
    European Union leaders clear way for Brussels transport commissioner.
  • DryShips panamax duo subject to final approval
    Agreement to buy two bulkers remains unaffected.
  • Eitzen Bulk and Orion to merge
    Merger seen platform for further growth.

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Fairplayweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2009
  • US reviews green ship proposals
    US EPA rules that would require deep cuts in ship emissions for large oceangoing ships are being reviewed at the White House
  • Yemen exports surge
    YEMEN'S exports surged 20.9% year-on-year to over 1.5 trillion rials, IHS Global Insight reported today
  • US ship rules target Madagascar
    VESSELS bound for the US that previously visited ports in Madagascar, off the southeastern coast of Africa, might be required to post armed guards at ship access points while in US ports
  • Tajani nears second EU term
    ITALY'S Antonio Tajani looks set to be reappointed as EU transport commissioner
  • Inducements denied at inquiry
    TONGA marine department acting head Viliami Tu'ipulotu denied today that "inducements" had been offered to issue "false" provisional certificates to the 37-year-old ferry Princess Ashika
  • Poor nations near tariff deal
    A GROUP of developing countries is reportedly about to close a trade deal would cut preferential tariffs on up to 70% of imported goods

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2009
  • UPS Raises 2010 Rates 4.9 Percent
  • STB Calls in Monitor for CN Chicago Reports
  • STB OKs California Harbor Truck Pooling
  • Ports America Wins 50-Year Lease at Baltimore
  • Nordbank Doubles Ship Financing Losses
  • FRA Touts Growth in Trains' Fuel Efficiency
  • House Passes Clean Hull Bill
  • Long Beach Signs 'Green Pact'
  • DOT Stimulus Spending Nears $6 billion
  • Chicago Trims CREATE Rail Projects
  • USPS Narrows Branch Closure Review
  • Retailers Back Trade Preference Extensions
  • TSA Nominee Gets Committee Nod
  • Europe's Air Freight Falls 14 Percent
  • Cranes Arrive at Port of Mobile
  • CMA CGM Seeking $400 Million in Capital
  • Brookfield Buys PD Ports
  • Short Line Volume Grows
  • FedEx Ground Opens Miami Facility
  • ABX Air Pilots Approve Contract
  • Lufthansa Cargo Adds Container Screeners
  • Hanjin Boosts Asia-Europe Rates

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2009
  • Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen?
    In less than two weeks, 20,000 or more of the great, the good and the green will ever so gently put down their carbon footprint in the city of Copenhagen to assemble for COP15, the 15th United Nations climate convention - billed as the last chance for a new global treaty on carbon omissions.
  • COP15 urged to set climate agreement deadline
  • Port finance getting harder
  • Liner shipping is sick
  • OECD warns recovering nations: 'do not expect a smooth ride'
  • Trade recovery still away: APL president

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2009
  • Bulker hijacked
    Greek-controlled Red Sea Spirit nabbed by pirates 67 kilometres from the Yemeni port of Balhaf.
  • 'Without merit'
    Overseas Shipholding Group (OSG) fighting added claims in lawsuit challenging $71.8m takeover of OSG America.
  • Zhen Hua arrested
    Kyla Shipping arrests Chinese-controlled Zhen Hua 25 in Alabama over three-way collision off Brazil.
  • Ship loan woes
    Even after Europe exits recession, European banks face a shipping recession.
  • DryShips' duo
    Brokers say Cido Shipping panamax bulkers are the pair bought by Goerge Economou's DryShips.
  • Bulker outlook up
    Lazard Capital Markets analyst's latest projections show drop in projected bulker supply and improvement in demand.
  • Wait for the sales
    A separate IPO would have placed pressure on Eitzen Bulk to buy assets in the wrong market, its managing director says
  • A generous man?
    Yuri Nikitin (above) challenged over claims he handed out heaps of cash to Sovcomflot's Yuri Privalov for accountancy and consultancy work.
  • Bogus bills
    Yuri Nikitin admits approving fictitious service agreements to pay former Sovcomflot London chief Yuri Privalov for work he never did.
  • Caught on film
    NATO video footage shows Somali pirate suspects ditching items overboard as Navy closes in.
  • Back to Hawaii?
    Marad willing to discuss Hawaii deployment for two ropax catamarans abandoned by collapsed Hawaii Superferry.
  • White on Black
    Passenger charged after cocaine found when Fred Olsen ship Black Watch called at UK port.
  • Cleared to sail
    Container barge La Princesa cleared to sail but must address structural problems after grounding.
  • Wilson Mo sold
    Norwegian owner Wilson ASA sheds small, laid-up bulker for figure short of book value.
  • London picks 5%
    Directors of the 'big ship' club set modest general increase for P&I but seek rate rise of 20% on FD&D.
  • $66m for Navios
    Navios Maritime Partners says it expects to rake in up to $66.4m in net proceeds from latest offering.
  • Going public
    Eitzen Bulk secures Copenhagen listing following merger with Camillo Eitzen sibling Orion AS.
  • It's quotes time
    There's upheaval afoot at TMT and Dmitry Skarga runs up Nectar points at the local Sainsbury's.
  • TTA chest grows
    Thoresen Thai Agencies gains $200m loan to support its expansion drive.
  • Eagle flies nest
    Eagle Maritime of Japan's products tanker Seto Eagle reportedly sold for up to $21m.
  • HSH takes big hit
    HSH Nordbank's shipping arm makes loan loss provisions for first nine months of 2009 of almost $1.5bn.
  • Pirates busted
    Portuguese Navy thwarts attack in Gulf of Aden while Greek warship nabs five suspect boats.
  • 'Arms' ship free
    Al-Mizan, alleged to have been carrying illegal weapons when seized by Somali pirates, released.
  • Last order binned
    Fourth and final Glenda Shipping products tanker newbuilding canned at SLS, d'Amico says.
  • Maritime moods
    Readers are capturing many evocative images of life at sea as they compete to be TradeWinds' Photographer of the Year.
  • New5 in Numb3rs
    Theodore Angelopoulos wins High Court haul, RBS readies tanker auction and SLS boss faces embezzlement charges.
  • BC profits rise
    Canadian ferry company sees earnings increase as revenue jumps and costs are kept under control.
  • Norden upped
    Praising a "pristine balance sheet", Cantor Fitzgerald lifts Danish owner's rating to "buy".
  • More bonds
    George Economou-led DryShips stretches notes issue to $460m with proceeds likely to top $380m.
  • Hanjin restores
    South Korean liner operator to bump up freight rates between Asia and Europe from next month.
  • Alam ahead
    Malaysian offshore player bucks market trend and reports increases in profits and revenue.
  • Seanergy fixes
    Restis US-listed drybulk operation ties-up supramax for twelve months leaving only one ship on spot.

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2009
  • Hanjin to raise Asia/Europe rates
  • OOCL hikes Asia-to-Australia rates
  • UASC, China Shipping swap Far East/Mideast slots
  • TIACA: Technologies needed for 100% screening
  • Middle ground in truck weight debate?
  • Studies: Bigger trucks benefit environment
  • FedEx Ground opens Miami-area facility
  • Apparel firms applaud new trade bill
  • Management Dynamics updates trade portal
  • Ports America expected to win Seagirt concession
  • European ports freeze tariffs for 2010
  • Long Beach, China Merchants in environmental accord

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2009
  • Maersk contractor accused of threaths and assault of personnel
    According to ITF, the Indian company SC Thakur has for several years abused and threatened staff organised in trade unions. Their families have also been harassed. SC Thakur is a

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2009
  • Price 'spike' draws to a close
    Markets seeing softening prices as record high levels left behind.
  • New claim that ship emissions 'cool' the planet
    But scientists say this is no reason to oppose the shift to low sulphur bunker fuel.
  • Markets end week with steep losses
    Congestion continues at Vopak loading terminal.
  • Bunker prices weakening in most ports
    Markets falling in line with crude.
  • Improved design to save 15,000 tonnes of fuel
    22 new Maersk container vessels to benefit.
  • EMSA contract for Aegean
    Bunker tanker one of two new vessels joining European oil spill response programme.
  • Bunker spill containment booms should be 'mandatory'
    California urged to tighten regulations for bunker operations.
  • Singapore 'losing demand' on less competitive prices
    Bunker prices for all grades fell across key Asian ports on Friday.
  • 'Strong' bunker demand In Europe
    ARA fuel oil inventories fall for second week.
  • Chimbusco starts bonded supplies in Zhangjiagang
    Breaks monopoly of local private bonded bunker supplier.
  • Lanka IOC charters barge to support growth
    Charters a second 1,800 mt barge.
  • IOC floats bunkering services tender

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