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The Business Timesweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2009
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  • Shipping emissions slow climate change
    Shipping is slowing climate change by spewing out sunlight-dimming pollution but a clean-up needed to safeguard human health will stoke global warming, researchers said last Friday.
  • Hapag steering towards loss in 2010
    Already tossed by economic storms, German carrier Hapag-Lloyd is on course for a further loss in 2010, one of its owners said on Sunday.

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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2009
  • MSC hikes US-Asia rates US$150-$225/TEU from January 1
  • Cosco Pacific volumes continue to lag, but declines narrow
  • LA's October volume down 8.3pc, Long Beach slides 24pc
  • Hamburg Sud shifts terminals in Seattle
  • MOL signs 10-year contract with Jiangsu Shagang Group
  • Anti-pirate noise makers fail, we need heavy arms: Maersk Alabama mate
  • Savannah boxes up 12.3pc month-to-month in October in year's first uptick
  • Swire adds fifth 1,100-TEU ship to Asia-Australia service
  • Antwerp freezes port dues and concession fees to fight downturn
  • TIACA to TSA: Speed up cargo screening machine evaluation
  • Singapore man elected president of ICAO's navigation commission
  • WFS commence ground handling for five carriers at Paris Orly

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2009
  • IndAmEx service to call at Port of Savannah from Dec.
  • NOL's Widdows honoured with 'Admiral of the Ocean Sea' award
  • Wheat now imported in containers!
  • Sebi clears way for Great Offshore open offer bids from Bharati & ABG
  • Saileela Exim opens new office
  • Market to return to growth next year, feels
  • Now, wave of consolidation
  • TNWA announces transpacific service changes
  • Grand Alliance spells out winter programme for USEC all-water services
  • World's first LNG/LPG/ethylene tanker built in China & classed by GL
  • Intermodal numbers indicate recession bottoming out
  • Maersk Line to call at Total Terminals International in Oakland
  • OOCL Logistics launches Payment Audit
  • CSCL offers Asia to MidEast/Gulf slot swap service with UASC
  • South Asia Gateway Terminals surpassing Sri Lanka Ports Authority
  • Hamburg stays in black despite dwindling box volumes
  • Slovenia sees Adriatic route as shortest to south Europe
  • With talks inconclusive, Vizag port strike continues
  • Karaikal port receives 1st gearless Panamax vessel
  • KPT breezes past 50-m tonne mark
  • Fieo expresses fears over falling dollar
  • Maran keen to attract FDI in textile sector
  • Textile body raises pitch for cotton export freeze
  • Though price fever hots up, govt dilly-dallies on rice imports!
  • RBI expected to hike rates in Jan. 2010
  • WTC, AIAI to hold networking event tomorrow

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 2009
  • Kenan Advantage buys Reinhard Transportation
    The US company Kenan Advantage Group, based in North Canton OH (USA) and a bulk transportation and logistics provider to the petroleum and specialty products industries, has acquir...

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Maritime Global Netweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2009
  • ITF: "ships should keep out of piracy area"
  • Shipping industry calls for new thinking on piracy
  • ITF launches Asian campaign week
  • France signs Recycling Convention
  • Rina's CBM deals

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2009
  • Keppel FELS Brasil to upgrade drillships

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World Wide Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2009
  • NOAA program offers info for Cherry Point mariners
  • Transportation secretary calls for continued vigilance against pirates
  • Coast Guard security team returns to Seattle from Cuba
  • NOL executive receives Admiral of the Ocean Seas honor
  • OOCL celebrates launch of new Panamax vessel

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2009
  • Brightoil makes large tanker sector foray
    Hong Kong-listed marine bunker supplier buys aframax tanker for $52.5m
  • China port volumes growth return to pre-crisis levels
    Chinese ports see 7% growth in cargo volumes for first 10 months of the year driven by commodities import demand
  • Capesize sale loss drags Star Bulk into the red
    Nasdaq listed company reports $72.9m third quarter net loss
  • Keppel bags $200m Vietnam rig contract
    PV Drilling issues letter of award for Vietnam's first semi-submersible drilling tender
  • Otto Marine charters anchor handler pair
    Femco bareboat charters anchor handler newbuildings for seven years

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Fairplayweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2009
  • Odds rising on box rate reversal
    GERMANY's ISL has affirmed its forecast for a turnaround in box ship charter rates towards the end of 2010
  • Star Bulk trumps forecast
    STAR Bulk Carriers, despite a huge quarterly drop, revealed results that were far better than expected
  • New anti-piracy plan sought
    SHIPOWNERS are seeking new strategies to counter piracy, concerned that the international naval presence in the Gulf of Aden is becoming a 'business as usual' scenario
  • 29 reported dead as ferry sinks
    RESCUERS were still hunting for survivors today after an Indonesian ferry sank in a tropical storm seas off Karimun, Riau Islands near Singapore on Sunday
  • Irish shipping traffic drops 20%
    SHIPPING traffic volumes in Ireland have declined for the seventh consecutive quarter, the Irish Maritime Development Office said today
  • Another US refinery shut down
    VALERO'S closure of its Delaware City refinery might be followed by other US refinery shutdowns, IHS Global Insight warned today
  • Hammerfest LNG plant delayed
    STATOIL said today it has delayed opening its Hammerfest LNG plant in northern Norway

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2009
  • Rail Union BLET Names President
  • City of Long Beach Won't Review Port Settlement
  • Box Volume Starts Turnaround, Says Study
  • Diesel Slips Third Straight Week
  • Truck Tonnage Hits Smallest Drop of 2009
  • World Steel Production Increases in October
  • Corpus Christi Eyes 600 Percent Fee Hike
  • COSCO Hikes Rates in Two Lanes
  • OOCL Gets Latest Panamax Ship
  • Norfolk Southern Train Derails
  • Damco Starts LCL Service for Latin America
  • Hapag- Lloyd to Post 2010 Loss, Owner Says

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2009
  • COSCON raise rates again
  • RSGT installs SPARCS N4
  • DB Bahn signs exclusive Qatar deal
  • CWT expands Middle East operations
  • Damco launches 'Americas Bridge' service

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2009
  • Reefer in collision
    Lagoa Shipping's Marianao Ice involved in crash that sinks barge with cargo of sugar off Cuba.
  • Anagram ship sale
    Brazilian miner Vale paying $60m for trio of conversion-bound VLCCs from Saudi Arabia's Vela International Marine.
  • Seacor redeems
    Fabrikant-led offshore vessel and tanker owner paying up early on more than $246m worth of convertible debentures.
  • Carnival could pay
    Wedbush lifts price target by 14% and says Micky Arison-led cruiseship owner could reinstate its dividend by next year.
  • Torm duo sold
    Panamax bulkers in the fleet of Danish owner reportedly sold for roughly $65m.
  • Window-dressing
    Yuri Nikitin and Tagir Izmaylov concocted paper trail to cover Novoship joint venture plans, court told.
  • Fire kills one
    Brazilian navy speeds out to a fire aboard a Turkish bulker Duden that has already claimed one life.
  • House warming
    Yuri Nikitin gave former Sovcomflot boss Dmitry Skarga $100,000 for his wife to buy a new house, court hears.
  • Trouble 'n strife
    Yuri Nikitin too busy monitoring wife's spending to notice Dmitry Skarga kept using credit card for two years while at Sovcomflot.
  • 'Jahre Viking' sold
    Fred Olsen sells world's former largest ship to Asian owner who will use it for storage.
  • Growing in Greece
    Gard invests in Greece with recruitment of law firm partner Ioanna Vitta and shipping company hires.
  • Ro-ro prospect
    Baltic operator Scandlines eyeing order for two vessels to beef up Gedser to Rostock run.
  • Unhappy birthday
    AP Moller-Maersk shipyard workers spend Lindo's 50th anniversary on the picket line.
  • In the clear
    Claims of more than $125m against Arvid Tage and fellow directors over Britannia Bulk bankruptcy are dropped.
  • MISC goes big
    Malaysian shipping giant to sell up to $1.54bn of shares to existing investors to finance capital spending.
  • MISC falls back
    Bigger liner losses hurt Malaysian giant MISC again in first nine months, but improvement on the way.
  • Coastal cruising
    Malaysian offshore vessel owner and shipbuilder pushes up earnings in first nine months.
  • Daewoo deal
    Korean shipbuilder wins $167m contract to supply tanker parts to Middle East yard.
  • $90m for Odfjell
    Norwegian owner is the latest to profit from bond market with NOK 500m issue.
  • Vogemann buys 3
    German owner buys panamax trio in $82m deal with Taiwanese firm.
  • A new hope
    Malaysian tanker owner Global Carriers banking on new vessels to boost revenues after clocking up more losses.
  • Money for Maersk
    Danish owner turns to state export lender for over $500m loan, finance chief says.
  • $200m notes
    Singapore's First Ship Lease Trust plans huge notes issue to fund new vessels.
  • Sealink net sliced
    Malaysian offshore shipowner and builder sees third quarter bottom line cut in half.
  • More losses
    Shareholder Klaus-Michael Kuehne expects another deficit at Hapag-Lloyd next year, but says its situation is improving.
  • STX axes
    Korean shipbuilder's French yard to lose 351 jobs through voluntary redundancy.
  • Keppel lands one
    Singapore-listed yard to build $200m semi-submersible for PetroVietnam.
  • Towed to safety
    Veteran general cargoship Biostar brought into port after grounding due to water ingress off Norway.
  • Deadly blast
    Two workers killed in explosion at US shipbuilder Halter Marine's Escatawpa yard.
  • Bumi wins Viet job
    Malaysia's Bumi Armada has been awarded a potential 15 year charter for an FPSO off Vietnam.
  • Ferry sinks
    At least 29 people killed as Dumai Express 10 goes down in rough seas off Sumatra.
  • Seizure denied
    Greek manager of bulker Red Sea Spirit says it fended off pirate attack contrary to earlier reports.
  • Tanker targeted
    Japanese product tanker becomes eleventh ship to be attacked by robbers off Anambas Island.
  • Otto wins Kiwi gig
    Lee Kok Wah-led offshore player wins debut seismic contract with $10m deal from New Zealand government.
  • Nesa chased
    Laden NITC VLCC has reportedly escaped hijacking by pirates in waters north of Somalia.

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2009
  • Investors interested in CMA CGM, report says
  • Maersk gets $512 million export loan facility
  • MSC hikes rates for Asia-bound cargo
  • UPS raises rates 4.9%
  • Sunteck names Castellaw VP of LTL operations
  • Agility plans to fight fraud charges
  • Horizon Logistics aims for smaller shippers
  • Mohawk Global Logistics expands in upstate N.Y.
  • FMC reviews 19 OTI license applications
  • L.A. port blasts ATA's truck program position
  • China province seeks port access via North Korea
  • PD Ports sold to new investors

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2009
  • Silja Europa towed after rudder failure
    Yesterday afternoon, Tallink Silja's cruise ferry Silja Europa was on her way from Stockholm to Turku when the rudder system failed. The Silja Europa was unable to proceed on her
  • Shipping has a cooling effect
    Shipping is reducing the speed of global warming with its emissions of NOx and SOx, but a reduction in these emissions is still necessary, writes Jan Fuglestvedt at the Center

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2009
  • Petrobras refinery to offer low sulphur fuel
    Brazil operation expected to begin from 2013.
  • Economist predicts 'end of globalisation'
    Triple-digit oil prices will drive the return of manufacturing from overseas as shipping becomes too costly.
  • Prices falling in southern Europe
    Some suppliers in Rotterdam report tight avails.
  • Prices firm in Fujairah
    Tight avails in Durban.
  • Shipping giant takes state loan
    A.P. Moller-Maersk says it has been 'difficult' to obtain funding from other sources.
  • Fuel oil output could surge
    Saudi Arabian refinery considers shutting hydrocracker unit at Ras Tanura.
  • Ships branded 'rogues on the high seas'
    16 'super-ships' emit as much sulphur as all the cars in the world, says science and environment writer.
  • Tanker rates fail to cover bunker and capital costs
    Maersk has ships 'sitting still' but is not planning lay-ups.
  • JNPT completes first bonded sales after 10 years
    Suppliers delivers 380 cSt product to a container ship.
  • Singapore market remains quiet
    Prices firming across the region.
  • Kandla port to enlarge SEZ
    Neighbouring Tuna port to benefit from future activities such as bunkering, dry-docking and shipbuilding.
  • Bunkering, petroleum sales boost Singapore Q3 trade
    Quarter-on-quarter increase but year-on-year numbers are down.

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