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The Business Timesweb site
NOVEMBER 26, 2009
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  • Marine sector bent on raising safety standards
    The marine sector yesterday took several important steps towards improving safety standards with the release of the WSH 2018 for Marine Sector draft plan for public consultation as well as the signing of a Pledge for Zero Charter by 27 CEOs of various shipyards.
  • China Shipbuilding plans 6.4b yuan IPO
    China Shipbuilding Industry Co, the nation's largest maker of vessel equipment, plans to raise at least 6.4 billion yuan (S$1.3 billion) selling shares as China tries to pare its reliance on Japanese and Korean marine engines.

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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 26, 2009
  • Shenzhen container volume falls 18pc in first 10 months
  • CMA CGM levies piracy surcharge as pirates kill officer
  • Seamen's union: Pirate-invested waters too dangerous to transit
  • CKYH to cut capacity 10pc from west coast, 10pc on east coast
  • Maersk Line to drop Chennai-Med-US direct links
  • Hapag to suffer loss this year and next: Klaus-Michael Kuehne
  • Coscon general manager visits China Merchants Ningbo terminal
  • Nine customs men arrested for bribery at Chennai airport
  • TNT Express starts Direct Express service in Europe
  • Russian railways suffer 23pc drop in container traffic
  • Cargotec, ST Kinetics make hybrids of terminal tractors
  • The NI publishes 10th edition of the Admiralty Manual of Seamanship
  • Lufthansa Cargo staff oppose Frankfurt night flight ban
  • ATA praises TSA's Certified Cargo Screening scheme
  • DHL to provide freight security at Bangalore airport

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 26, 2009
  • India-Europe trade lane looking up with surging freight rates, ships going full
  • ISO 30000 rules for ship recycling come into play
  • New 4,500-TEU Panamax class boxship named m.v. OOCL Nagoya
  • NYK Group takes time off to be with underprivileged children
  • Vietnam Minister cites 5 steps to cement trade ties
  • US set to impose dumping duty on matches
  • China's hunger for ore swells Major Ports' October cargo volumes
  • CSC in JV pact with DIAL to develop greenfield air cargo terminal on BOT basis
  • 15 hubs to transport cars on Railways' agenda
  • Jewellery, handicraft exporters may get tax relief
  • Manufacturing sector did well in H1-CII survey
  • Corporate America roots for India, seeks to accord special status
  • BCC&I to hold meet on social media impacting biz

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2009
  • Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University: Professor B'low has passed away
    Professor Hans B'low, the former head of the forwarding, transport and logistics programme at the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University in L'rrach (Germany), died in...
  • Qatar Airways to raise capacity to Stockholm
    Qatar Airways will significantly boost capacity to Sweden next year. It will upgrade its Doha-Stockholm service to daily and deploy a wide-body Airbus A330 on the route.
  • Swiss strengthens position in Geneva with new London Heathrow connection
    Swiss will further expand its offering from Geneva (Switzerland) to London Heathrow airport from 10 January 2010, by stationing an additional aircraft in the Swiss city. Over and a...
  • ITSS and ISL chosen to participate in CTS market consultation process
    The Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics (ISL) and the Integrated Terminal Ship System (ITSS) are both participating in a market consultation process for the Cen...
  • Air France Cargo-KLM Cargo named GSA for Alitalia in Italy, Canada, Japan and the USA
    AF-KL Cargo was designated as General Sales Agent (GSA) in Italy for SkyTeam partner Alitalia Cargo, with effect from 16 November. The appointment follows similar agreeme...
  • Nurminen Logistics acquires Europe's largest heated transport container
    The Finnish logistics company Nurminen Logistics took delivery of Europe's largest heated transport container on 20 November. The container, which is installed atop a special ...
  • FedEx Ground inaugurates new facility in Miami
    The FedEx subsidiary FedEx Ground has opened a USD 59 million distribution facility in Medley FL (USA) as part of an ongoing national expansion plan. The new 217,015 sqft plat...
  • DSV expanding in Stuttgart
    The Danish transport and logistics corporation DSV will complete the construction of a 10,000 sqm warehouse and 8,000 sqm handling terminal in Schwieberdingen, near Stuttgart ...
  • Dockwise with new office in Singapore
    Dockwise, a leading marine contractor providing comprehensive transport services to the offshore, onshore and yachting industries, as well as installation services for extreme...
  • Maersk Lines launches new container service linking Koper with Eastern Mediterranean
    Maersk Line has introduced a new container service that connects the port of Koper (Slovenia) with the Eastern Mediterranean. The two vessels of the Adriatic Levant Express (Alex) ...
  • Top representatives of international air cargo industry to meet in Leipzig in 2010
    Germany's Leipzig-Halle airport will host the International Air Cargo Association's Executive Summit and Annual General Meeting on 16-18 May 2010. The three-day event wil...

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Maritime Global Netweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2009
  • CKYH slashes capacity
  • IUMI expands membership
  • Golden Ocean Q3 profit down
  • Premium finance initiative

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2009
  • Sembawang in India East Coast JV
  • Gorilla VI approved for Norwegian North Sea

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World Wide Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2009
  • Port Tracker Report predicts possible turnaround in February
  • Truck Tonnage Index falls during month of October
  • Port of Everett hosting Holiday On The Bay event
  • Port association pleased with new security grant rules
  • CMA CGM plans to boost Gulf of Aden surcharge

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2009
  • Box terminals in state aid talks with Brussels
    Meeting to exchange views on short-term state-backed bailouts and guarantees.
  • MAIB report slams Jo Eik safety shortcomings
    Crew failed to recognise part of a deck was an enclosed space
  • Bestway Marine to invest $17.7m in design centre
    Shanghai Bestway Marine Enginering to use $17.7m from IPO proceeds for shipbuilding design center
  • French Senate amends carbon tax bill
    Move an attempt to ensure domestic shipping is exempt from the tax.
  • 'Hidden' deals conceal true state of dry bulk orderbook
    Golden Ocean chief executive says orderbook not reflecting reality.

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Fairplayweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2009
  • Asian red tape bill climbing
    RED TAPE and institutional barriers cost Asian economies more than $300Bn a year, a UN conference in Bangkok was told today
  • Port coke ring blown away
    A COCAINE smuggling ring has been smashed at Spanish and French ports, Spanish police said today
  • Asian LNG heads to Europe
    SURPLUS Asian LNG is heading from the Pacific to Europe in search of buyers, a gas supply authority told Fairplay today
  • Golden Ocean glisters in Q3
    NORWAY'S shipping tycoon John Fredriksen's Golden Ocean has generated profits of $75.6M in this year's third quarter, reflecting the slender global economic recovery
  • Sunken ship leaks fuel
    A CARGO ship has leaked fuel after it sank in a collision with another cargo ship in the Sea of Azov this morning
  • Indonesian ferry toll rises
    THE DEATH toll from last weekend's Indonesian ferry accident has reportedly risen to 32

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2009
  • Watco's Boise Valley Line Starts Rolling
  • Taxes to Support Port Manatee Deveopment
  • Customs Extends Drawback Comment Period
  • CN Gets Strike Notice from Engineers
  • Senate Panels Negotiate Rail Antitrust Rules
  • Pre-Holiday Rail Volume Jumps
  • Durable Goods Orders, Shipments Drop in October
  • Gartner Projects Leap in Global PC Shipments
  • Germany to Ease Night Flight Rules
  • Matson Hikes Rates, Fees
  • Video: BNSF's John Lanigan on the Berkshire Hathaway Purchase
  • Montana Trucker Sold in Bankrtupcy
  • Russia to Privatize Transport Assets
  • CKYH Carriers to Start Winter Capacity Cuts
  • Video: Capt. Wei Jiafu, President & CEO, COSCO
  • Video: John Alexander, Senior Vice President, JM Baxi, Mumbai
  • CMA CGM Adjusts Trans-Atlantic Loops
  • Video: Richard Nicholson, Managing Director, Ports Team Asia of Macquarie Capital Funds
  • Video: Goldman Sachs' Tom Kim on the 2010 Container Shipping Outlook

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2009
  • Damco appoints new North Asia cco
  • CKYH slashes transpacific capacity for slack season
  • Matson to raise rates on US West Coast/Hawaii trade
  • A silver lining for US retail imports
  • Singapore's October volumes on the up

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2009
  • LNG cargo re-sold
    Citigroup charters 150,000-cbm Clean Force after selling imported Freeport LNG cargo for re-export.
  • Spill at Capixaba
    Transpetro terminal suffers another oil spill during tanker unloading.
  • Direct denial
    Under oath Yuri Nikitin dismisses claims he entered sale-and-leaseback deals for the benefit of his companies and to the detriment of Sovcomflot.
  • Matson lifts rates
    Oakland-based containership player issues round of rate hikes for Hawaii, Guam and Micronesia.
  • Underwriter buys
    Economou-led DryShips' notes offering gets $60m boost as Deutsche Bank exercises options for over-allotments.
  • Navios offer done
    Navios Partners sticks a fork in the public offering of 4 million shares, brining in $59.6m in gross proceeds.
  • PSV case moved
    Judge moves lawsuit over PSV newbuildings to ongoing Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
  • Third suit emerges
    OSG and spin-off face another lawsuit "without merit" over ongoing tender process for OSG America shares.
  • Gone bananas
    Green Reefers blames "irrational" operators in part for weak rates as it rings up another loss.
  • Crewman dies
    Mariner found dead on Algoma Central bulker at Lake Huron port of Goderich.
  • Armada on course
    Positive cash flow will allow insolvent Singapore charterer to pay first dividend to creditors.
  • MBC still down
    Robert Kuok's bulker and tanker company remains well behind last year's profit figure in first nine months.
  • Golden chance
    Herman Billung-run Golden Ocean launches separate arm for "opportunistic" trading in the dry market.
  • Golden handshake
    Introduction of John Sawyer to Novoship good enough to earn Yuri Nikitin half of the financial advisor's commissions, court hears.
  • Norksan valued
    In connection with NOK 975m bond listing, DOF puts NOK 2.31bn value on shares in Brazilian offshore vessel subsidiary.
  • Heisco higher
    Kuwait shipyard and dredging group turns around losses in first three quarters of 2009.
  • More red at MMM
    Costs once again outweigh revenues at Malaysian Merchant Marine which is suing local lender.
  • Indian venture
    Singapore's Sembawang Shipyard to establish joint venture in India with Kakinada Seaports.
  • Trying again
    Final attempt to save Gdynia and Szczecin shipyards begins next month as Poland prepares new sell-off tender.
  • Keppel in clover
    Singapore yard group takes recent contract wins to over $600m with FPSO and pipelay deals.
  • PDZ exits red
    Malaysian liner operator makes it back into profit in first nine months despite revenue collapse.
  • Safe ship fixed
    Polys Hajioannou-led bulk operation ties up post-panamax newbuilding for 12 to 14 months.
  • Tug master taken
    Firearm toting robbers kidnap master, chief mate and chief engineer from tug off the Philippines.
  • Worker dies
    Death toll rises at Turkey's notorious Tuzla shipyard complex as 30-year-old painter suffers fall.
  • Yard buy
    Canada's Victoria Shipyards snaps up shiprepair assets of defunct CME.
  • Alliance cuts back
    Cosco, K Line, Yang Ming and Hanjin slashing capacity on routes to North America in "slack season".
  • Forecast farrago
    Radio 4's famous shipping forecast warns mariners of big storm ' that happened the day before.
  • Long Beach up
    US west coast port sees resumption of growth in container volumes, but increases are minor.
  • Out of spot
    Restis US-listed drybulk operation ties-up last spot-chartered vessel on twelve month fixture.
  • Search is on
    UK authorities hunting alleged illegal immigrant who jumped from Brittany Ferries ship at Poole.

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American Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2009
  • CKYH cuts transpacific capacity for winter
  • Matson raises rates, THCs to Hawaii
  • IMO wants to lead global effort to curtail ship emissions
  • ABF, Teamsters differ on contacts about concessions
  • YRC sells business unit to Greatwide Logistics
  • U.S., Canada enhance border management procedures
  • J.P. Morgan, ADB forge trade credit guarantee deal
  • U.S. revises 3Q GDP to 2.8%
  • Comment period for proposed drawback rule change extended
  • Pittsburgh requests DOT communication system grant

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2009
  • Havørnen withdrawn from service
    The fleet of fishery control vessels controlled by the Danish Directorate of Fisheries (Fiskeridirektoratet) will be cut back from four units to only three units from the end of 2009

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2009
  • Bunker prices fall mid-week
    Prices tumble in volatile market.
  • New contact details for Jetoil
  • Stockpile result surprises market
    Larger build expected but longer-term concerns remaining over stockpile levels.
  • Prices fall in Middle East and Africa
    Suppliers not quoting 180 cSt prices in Durban.
  • Rising bunker costs trigger cuts
    Asian shipping lines reduce capacity on transpacific routes.
  • Refinery upgrade moving ahead
    Tupras give contract to Spanish contractor.
  • CEPSA Marine Fuels 'strengthens its presence'
    CMF committed to remaining the main physical supplier in the Strait of Gibraltar.
  • New employee at Dan Bunkering in Shanghai
    Lynn Lin joins as Marketing Executive.
  • Prices softening in key ports
    Weak demand in Singapore but more enquiries in Hong Kong.
  • Should all ports publish their bunker sales volumes?
  • LMS invests in growing Colombo market
    Supplier charters 12,500 mt bunker tanker; expects higher bunker sales into 2010.
  • Two parcels sold at steep discounts
    Cargoes were sold at discounts of up to $30 pmt.
  • TFA to hike bunker surcharge
    Rising bunker prices in Hong Kong and South Korea prompted the move.




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