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The Business Timesweb site
DECEMBER 3, 2010
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  • Isle of Man flag registry tops poll by shipowner groupings
    The Isle of Man's ship registry has topped a flag survey by international shipowner organisations.
  • Malaysia seeks release of hijacked MV Albedo, crew
    Malaysia says that it is taking steps to secure the release of a Malaysian-flagged cargo ship and its 23 crew seized by Somali pirates last week in the Indian Ocean.

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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 3, 2010
  • MSC ups Asia-Europe rate US$300 per TEU from January
  • Zim to raise Asia-Europe rates US$250/TEU from January
  • US Thanksgiving shopper numbers increase 8.7pc to 212 million
  • TSA members must lay up ships to steady rates: Alphaliner
  • Port Metro Vancouver's beats expectations with boxes up 17pc
  • Vancouver independent truckers go-slow protests port restrictions
  • US east coast Jasper 'to take 7 million TEU from west coast'
  • Auckland to spend US$5.9 million to dock 5,000-TEU ships
  • China-Russia rail freight hits 53 million tons from Jan-Oct
  • Greek Cypriots seek EU help in opening Turkey's ports
  • Vallarupadam International Container Terminal to open soon
  • Shipping Gazette scoops Wikileaks, New York Times by two years
  • HK to be world's top air cargo hub on full-year numbers: HAFFA
  • HAFFA: Forwarder air cargo screening would be better, cheaper
  • ComSec warns to prepare for 100pc air freight screening in US

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 3, 2010
  • CMA CGM reaffirms commitment to climate change
  • Grouping seeks nod for duty-free imports from Pakistan
  • India, Thailand trade set to touch $6 bn
  • CCHAA holds meet to find ways to decongest terminals at Chennai Port
  • Port Workers' Federation team submits memo to Vasan
  • Cochin CHAA warns of cargo diversion due to strike
  • 24 states, UTs sign pacts with NHAI to expedite road projects
  • Exports rise by 21.3 pc in Oct.
  • Govt allows infusion of 6K cr. in 10 PSBs
  • Impasse continues on GST roll out
  • Rising demand may prompt hike in edible oils' import duties
  • Trade gap manageable'Fieo chief
  • Global economic recovery losing steam-UN report

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International Transport Journalweb site
DECEMBER 1, 2010
  • Maersk planning to build 18,000 teu containerships
    Maersk , the world's largest container shipping company, is planning to have the world's largest containerships built. The Danish company is currently negotiating with several Sout...
  • Climate change: CMA CGM confirms its commitment
    The giant French container shipping group CMA CGM has made climate change one of its main concerns. In the last five years, the group has taken numerous measures which have enabled...
  • Forwarders need reliable inland shipping services
    Günter Haberland, the chairman of the Association of German Freight Forwarders and Logistics Operators' inland shipping and port industry committee, said that reliability and predi...
  • BDP Canada joins 'Partners in Protection'
    BDP Canada, a unit of the US-based global logistics firm BDP International, has become a certified member of the Partners in Protection (PIP) programme, Canada's counterpart to the...
  • KLG Europe establishes subsidiary in Turkey
    KLG Europe, a pan-European logistics service provider based in Venlo (Netherlands), has established a subsidiary named KLG Lojistik in Istanbul. Turkey is a strategic tar...
  • Kerry Logistics takes controlling interest in Adco
    Hong Kong-based Kerry Logistics has acquired a majority shareholding in Adco Shipping and Forwarding BV, a privately held company headquartered in Rotterdam (Netherlands). Adco was...

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 2, 2010
  • Whistle blowers rewarded in magic pipe case
  • BAE Honolulu gets $6.89 million more for Port Royal repairs
  • Mermaid Marine affiliate orders jack-ups at Keppel FELS

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World Wide Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 2, 2010
  • Series of public meetings set to discuss Coos Bay protected areas
  • Second vessel testing NYK air-lubrication scheme
  • Horizon Lines takes home environmental excellence awards
  • Coast Guard ceremony to honor past Astoria commanding officer
  • MOL opens new office in Abidjan, Ivory Coast

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 2, 2010
  • Bahamas urges compulsory CO2 emission cuts for all ships
    Proposal says move will offer an alternative to market based measures
  • Emanuele Grimaldi slams IMO's 'ridiculous' emissions ruling
  • EEDI scheme to become mandatory by July 2011
  • Experts seek more time over market-based measures
  • OOCL calls for emissions control area in Hong Kong
    Government asked to subsidise companies meeting environmental obligations
  • Brussels puts its foot down over low-sulphur...
  • Shipping gears up for Cancun talks
    Groups to defend industry interests as latest UN round of talks on climate change...
  • Why you need to know what happened inside the...
  • Pacific Basin adds to two vessels to ro-ro fleet
    By exercising options secured in 2008 company pins hopes on promising sector
  • Grand design for growth may stretch this...

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Fairplayweb site
DECEMBER 2, 2010
  • Drilling ban irks Big Oil
    A DECISION to bar drilling in US Atlantic waters would increase US reliance on tankers carrying foreign imports, according to Big Oil
  • DFDS sells Belfast routes
    DFDS SAID today it has sold DFDS Seaways Irish Sea Ferries to Stena Line ' having lost almost $40M on its Irish routes in the past two years
  • Le Havre drops LNG plan
    THE FRENCH port of Le Havre has abandoned its plan to take a one-third stake in a planned LNG terminal
  • Hellenic yard deal agreed
    GREECE has agreed to suspend merchant shipbuilding at Hellenic Shipyards for 15 years in return for the possible withdrawal of EU legal action on subsidies
  • NYK hails bubbles ship
    NYK LINE told Fairplay today it has received a heavy-load carrier to transport prefabricated structures, using a new system to cut carbon emissions
  • Investors seek SCI shares
    SHIPPING Corp of India's follow-on public offering was today oversubscribed 2.32 times, after three days of bidding
  • Latvijas swings to losses
    LATVIA'S Latvijas kugnieciba has reported losses of $28.2M for the first three quarters, from profits of $0.7M a year earlier
  • Owners weigh in on boxes
  • LD seeks Spanish partner
  • W Africa lures LUKoil
  • Pirates scheme leaked
  • Arctic Sea arms tie leaked
  • China tax hits foreign shipping
  • Insider sell-offs accelerate

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 2, 2010
  • Court Dismisses Horizon-Matson Antitrust Suit
  • Mob 'Schemes' Persist on Docks, Monitor Says
  • UN Group to Propose Air Cargo Guidelines
  • NY-NJ Port Employers Challenge Monitor Plan
  • FMC Commissioner to Report on Ocean Capacity
  • APHIS Seeks Tighter Rules on Packing Material
  • FMCSA Pushes CSA 2010 Launch to Dec. 12
  • Some Bulk Rail Cargoes Gain Despite Holiday
  • House Members Plan Oberstar Building Tribute
  • House Republicans Urge Action on Mexican Trucks
  • UTi Worldwide Profit Surges 47 Percent
  • Intercontainer Liquidation Begins; Trains Keep Running
  • Pfizer to Outsource Logistics Site to DHL Exel
  • Richard Lawrence, JOC Veteran, Dies at 82
  • Swift Sets $1 Billion Target in IPO
  • DOT Inks Deal With Kentucky on Short Line Rehab
  • SeaFreight to Start Weekly Fla.-Central America Service
  • TNT to Sell Express Business

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
DECEMBER 2, 2010
  • Ocean carriers announce rate increases
  • NAFTA trade ahead 19%
  • 'Compromise' the key word at Cancun
  • Transport halted in Europe's big-freeze
  • Stocks boosted by EU bonds plan

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 2, 2010
  • Coustas hails Maersk monsters
    Danaos boss John Coustas eyes only positives in Maersk's plan to pen orders for 18,000-teu behemoths.
  • Torm 'not buying' handymaxes
    Huge COA with China Nickel Resources "not a signal" of Dane acquiring handymaxes, boss Jacob Meldgaard vows.
  • DryShips starts to bridge gap
    George Economou-led company lands $325m bridge loan as it buys time on drillship funding.
  • Seanergy CEO plugs piracy play
    Somali swashbucklers may be in for a surprise as bulker boss backs plan to arm ships sailing off African coast.
  • Pac Basin grabs Grimaldi option
    Hong Kong-listed owner is on the hunt for an $85m loan after mopping up second Hyundai Mipo ro-ro.
  • Torm bags Chinese COA
    Jacob Meldgaard-led Dane mum on financial details as it wins five-year deal with CNR Holdings.
  • EMS placement spurs stock
    Oslo-listed company sees market value surge as it nears the end of its restructuring effort.
  • Platou takes up its axe again
    RS Platou Markets cuts its tanker rate expectations for the second time in three months.
  • Zim targets Asian box rise
    Israeli container line to add $250 teu to exports heading to Europe and Black Sea.
  • India, Sri Lanka okay ferry run
    New service from Tuticorin to Colombo to offer cheaper fares than airlines.
  • Rigel tanker in Russian scrape
    Havelstern ordered to anchorage for survey after grounding briefly off Baltiysk.
  • Norwegian ferry breaks down
    Stordal stuck at quayside in Halsa as another passengership prepares to tow it away.
  • Greece reaches yard aid deal
    Hellenic Shipyards banned from merchant shipbuilding for 15 years under terms of subsidy repayment agreement with EU.
  • Arctic Sea in WikiLeaks claim
    Mysterious case of hijacked ship "a clear example" of arms trafficking with Russia involved, WikiLeaks cable claims.
  • Cargoship grounds off Turkey
    Turkish-controlled New Star 1 veered off course in Canakkale Strait on Thursday morning.
  • Keppel Corp pens in TTA pair
    Singapore-listed yard confirms $360m order for two jack-ups from Thoresen Thai offshore spin-off.
  • Stena Line buys DFDS pair
    Niels Smedegaard-led DFDS offloads two owned ferries and loss-making routes to Stena Line.
  • Jinhui cans Oshima bulker
    Oslo-listed shipowner pulls the plug on supramax newbuilding in Japan citing oversupply of tonnage.
  • Scandlines takes Italian ro-pax
    Baltic owner charters Scottish Viking to beef up Ventspils run in January.
  • Temasek cashes in on ABG
    Singapore state fund and Standard Chartered offload 8% of Indian yard, getting back three times original investment.
  • Knutsen tanker saves yachter
    Officer breaks thumb in vain attempt to pull second man on board off Canary Islands.
  • Aussies eye tax breaks
    Gillard government to offer lucrative tax incentives to promote domestic shipping industry.

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 2, 2010
  • Call for IMO action on overweight containers
  • SeaFreight announces new service
  • Oman carrier to start Red Sea/Med feeder
  • Bersin: Security rule, trusted trader policy mesh
  • ICF Intercontainer-Interfrigo to be liquidated
  • U.S. rule would impact Canadian wood packaging
  • Baltimore sees record auto volume
  • 2010 hurricane season spares U.S. ports
  • Barge refloated near Port Canaveral

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
DECEMBER 2, 2010
  • Cleaner emissions from Sirius vessel
    Preem's time-chartered tanker Olympus, owned by Sirius, will be fitted with catalytic converters and an exhaust gas boiler this winter to reduce NOx emissions and fuel consumption. The system
  • Warships leave Somalia
    The Italian warship Libeccio and its German counterpart Rhoen have ended their engagement in the EU Navfor operation off Somalia. The warships have conducted several anti-piracy missions. The Libeccio
  • Drunken passenger on cruise ship dropped anchor
    A US citizen is facing a sentence of up to 20 years in prison for a mishap while drunk on a Holland-America Line cruise ship. The drunken passenger sneaked
  • Shipping industry demands mandatory container weighing
    The World Shipping Council (WSC) and the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) have urged the IMO to establish an international legal requirement that all loaded containers be weighed before being

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 2, 2010
  • Fujairah bunker market shows gains
    Suez : 'Anemic demand' as crude oil keep firming.
  • Rotterdam market firms
    Healthy avails and quiet market in Hamburg.
  • EU official slams sulphur limit critics
    U-turn on ECA rules would be 'a siren call for disaster'.
  • Terminal operator to buy Petroval Bunker
    Deal will give Baltic Oil Terminals a presence in the ARA.
  • Fuel oil stocks fall in Singapore
    Players point to lower arbitrage volumes from the West
  • Upswing in Asian bunker prices
    Lacklustre demand at key Asian bunker ports as prices move upwards.
  • Norwegian operator orders second LNG-powered PSV
    LNG dual fuel engines to reduce NOx by 85% and CO2 by 25%.
  • Socar eyes bunker fuel business in Singapore
    Company to look into oil storage facilities in Singapore next week for its planned bunker venture.
  • Tight bunker avails ease in Tokyo Bay
    Bunker fuel output in December 'similar' to previous months, traders say.
  • Single 'largest' bunker stem sold at JNPT
    BPCL supplies 1,800 mt of 380 cSt bunker fuel to a cargo vessel at the Indian port.




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