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The Business Timesweb site
SEPTEMBER 6, 2010
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  • Cargo ship to make historic Arctic voyage
    The MV Nordic Barents is lugging 40,000 tonnes of iron ore from Norway to China on an Arctic Ocean shortcut through melting ice - and is making a little history in the process.

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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 6, 2010
  • MSC charters laid-up Maersk ships to rival Safmarine
  • PLA warship repels determined attack by pirate fleet
  • Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, to become northern China hub
  • Rizhao Port volume up 24.4pc in first seven months
  • Ningxia logistics value up 47.9pc to US$17 billion in first half
  • North American rail volume continues double-digit climb
  • China's PMI rises to 51.7pc in August
  • Finland suffers shortage of boxes for exports
  • Plastic toy laden UPS 747 crashes in Dubai, killing two
  • Hactl to provide ground handling for Midex Airlines
  • China Southern starts Beijing-Tashkent Airbus 330-200 service
  • Qantas Airways to increase domestic capacity 9.6pc

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 6, 2010
  • Capt P.V.K. Mohan re-inducted as NSB Chairman for 2 years
  • Sea Marine Logistics comes a long way in just 5 years
  • Ships bunching at Sandheads to end when 2 Haldia berths are thrown open-Meena
  • 10,000 tonnes of coconut oil exports allowed
  • Customs told to seek Food Ministry's nod for sugar export
  • Exports decelerate in July with just 13 pc growth rate
  • Global cotton prices set to surge
  • Market diversification paid off-Fieo chief
  • Need seen for cotton export ceiling
  • Pak shopping for 35 lakh bales of cotton
  • Pakistan to import Indian cotton
  • Sugar exports may touch 2m. tonnes by Sept. 2011
  • Wheat offered for $315/tonne to Bangladesh
  • Atulya Misra assumes charge as Chairman of Chennai Port Trust
  • Tuticorin Port handles 10 m tonnes cargo in April-Aug.
  • Vallarpadam ICTT has potential to become world class container terminal
  • GDP growth: Govt takes the larger view!
  • GST from April 2011 may not be possible-Pranab
  • Pranab elated by growth rate, gets more optimistic
  • Spectrum sale helps prune fiscal deficit
  • Nailesh Gandhi takes over BCHAA's reins

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 2, 2010
  • Geodis: higher sales and profit in H1
    The French transport and logistics company Geodis boosted its H1/2010 turnover to EUR 3.113 billion, a 37.1% increase compared to the EUR 2.271 billion generated in the first half ...
  • DHL introduces modular packing stations
    DHL Paket, a subsidiary of the German mail service provider Deutsche Post, wants to increase its packing stations' capacities substantially at 45 locations in big German cities. Th...
  • Germany: Hellmann phases in new hub for Turkey
    Hellmann Worldwide Logistics, a global logistics service provider based in Germany, officially inaugurated a new main hub for Turkey in Bielefeld on 1 September. The f...
  • ACI reports slower traffic growth
    ACI World's monthly FreightFlash, which is based on a significant sample of airports that provide regular monthly reports to ACI and represent approximately 70% of total airfreight...
  • Air China and Cathay Pacific cargo JV approved by Chinese commission
    The Chinese national development and reform commission has approved Air China's plan to set up a joint air cargo venture with Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific airline. The two airlines o...
  • CMA CGM satisfied with first half of 2010
    France's CMA CGM, the world's third-largest container shipping group, has pronounced itself satisfied with the financial results for the six months ending 30 June. The recovery tha...
  • Eurogate going strong
    The Eurogate container terminal in Hamburg has handled 33,333,333 teu in the last 40 years. The jubilee container was shipped on the United Arab Shipping Company's "Al Safat&q...
  • Evergreen launching new intra-Asian service
    The Evergreen Line is starting a new service in mid-September. The carrier said it will operate the service independently, deploying four 900 teu vessels on a 28-day rotation. The ...

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2010
  • Resolve Marine Group starts Clipper Adventurer salvage
  • BOEM to investigate Mariner platform fire
  • Robert Allan appoints Senior Naval Architect
  • Bouchard hires Matt Zash

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World Wide Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2010
  • New scholarship created to honor longtime port commissioner
  • NYK car carrier rescues 18 sailors in South China Sea
  • Coast Guard reminds boaters to be safe during holiday weekend
  • US rail freight traffic sees small gains during week
  • Crowley opens warehouse to serve Panamanian market

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2010
  • Capesize newbuilding prices still too high
    Shipowner Chih-Chien Hsu calls on yards to cut current prices by almost a third
  • Power shift to hit capesize owners hardest
  • Bulker sales fail as price surge continues
  • Capesize resale prices fall as expanding fleet kicks in
  • SeaFrance aims to return to profit in 2012
    Ferry operator to present restructuring plan to Paris commercial court on September...
  • SeaFrance tribunal receives just one bid
  • Floating storage at lowest in 18 months as traders offload cargoes
    Impact on tanker rates 'not good', according to Gibson analyst
  • Tanker rates sinking near desperation levels
  • Capesizes propped up by improving China market sentiment
    But confidence is wavering that fourth quarter demand for iron ore shipments will...
  • Gloomy sentiment as orderbook crushes rates

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Fairplayweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2010
  • US braces for gulf fire fallout
    MARINER Energy's platform fire could press US regulators to extend a drilling moratorium, Fairplay was warned today
  • Bank sees drybulk share rally
    A RALLY in drybulk shipping shares was predicted today by JP Morgan Chase, which pointed out that freight rates have rocketed 67% since mid-July
  • Japan ratchets up Iran pressure
    JAPAN today passed sanctions against Iran to press Tehran to think again about its nuclear programme, IHS Global Insight reported
  • Charleston plans terminal
    CRUISE and cargo operations would be separated and expanded under a Charleston scheme
  • Tipping tankers over bulkers
    INVESTORS have been urged to stress newbuilding box ships over second-hands, and tankers over bulkers
  • BDI winning streak continues
    THE BALTIC Dry Index today gained for a fourth consecutive day, driven by a surge in rates for iron ore-hauling Capesize vessels
  • DnB Nor tracks Asian market
    NORWAY'S DnB Nor bank has unveiled an Asian investment portfolio of shipping stocks as a research tool

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2010
  • UPS Freighter Crashes in Dubai, Two Killed
  • Heavy Truck Orders Rise 8.3 Percent
  • Asia Air Freight Growth Slows
  • Polar Air Fined For Cargo Price-Fixing
  • Jobless Rate Rises To 9.6 Percent
  • Cargolux Adds Fifth Trans-Pacific Freighter
  • Deutsche Bahn Capital Spending to Break Records
  • MSC to Boost Rates from North America
  • Deutsche Post Wins $1.5 Billion EU Subsidy Battle
  • Security's Unending Line
  • Tracking Real Innovation
  • Clean Trucks II
  • Setting Priorities

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2010
  • In the blue corner, Maersk: in the red corner Argos
    Shipping, like stock markets, is driven by two emotions: fear and greed.
  • Japanese Government toughens its sanctions on Iran
  • Norbert Dentressangle gets into forwarding
  • Zim Line a first with Ho Chi Minh
  • 'New' Eimskip sails into profit
  • Maersk also going for growth in N.Europe/Med tradelane

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2010
  • OceanFreight jumps despite loss
    Shares in Anthony Kandylidis-led shipowner surge 6.45% in after hours trading despite late-breaking report of Q2 loss.
  • Baltic bulker loses steering
    Top brass at Peter Georgiopoulos-led Baltic Trading says supramax is 'safe' following German grounding.
  • Neptune Marine lands Gorgon replay
    Aussie offshore outfit seals $12m deal for Chevron-backed LNG venture.
  • Sovcomflot ship in Singapore bash
    Sovcomflot tanker Laptev Sea holed after collision with Malaysian vessel PWP 1 in Singapore Strait.
  • Revoil buys Greek bulker
    Athens-listed petroleum firm takes Blue Angel from compatriot owner with hint of more buys to come.
  • JP Morgan kicks off Navios note
    Top shipping sage at banking behemoth consummates coverage of Navios Maritime Acquisition with 'neutral' rating.
  • Greek ship to the rescue
    NYK-chartered car carrier owned by Stamco plucks 18 shipwrecked sailors from waters off Malaysia.
  • Cold case for cruise company
    British passengers looking to freeze out tour operator after injury in smash with iceberg off Norway.
  • Gulf platform blaze is extinguished
    Automated shutdown equipment kills flow of oil and gas to burning Gulf of Mexico installation.
  • Quotes of the week
    John Fredriksen has a bout of the tanker blues while Jens Martin Jensen sends crews off on a 'Deadliest Catch' escapade.
  • NS United ready for business
    New Japanese shipping firm finalises details ahead of October merger date between Nippon Steel and Shinwa.
  • Nanny awaits salvage plan
    Canadian tanker aground in Arctic may be lightered as it is revealed another of owner's ships ran aground in August.
  • New5 In Numb3rs
    Torvald Klaveness and Hamburg Sud are hooving up boxship newbuildings as CSAV order struggles to float.
  • Croatian yards sale 'on track'
    Government vows to offload loss-making shipyards as it aims for European Union accession.
  • Sumatec sees profits slip
    Lower revenues take their toll at Malaysian tanker owner as its offshore arm slips into the red.

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2010
  • Nearly half of global fleet slow steaming
  • IMB urges action on Indonesia piracy
  • Tanker runs aground in Arctic
  • Rail volumes at highest level for year
  • KCS forecasts 20% second half growth
  • Commerce: Chinese aluminum imports subsidized
  • U.S. to lead trade mission to Iraq
  • Schneider executive to lead Canadian firm
  • New Zealand alleges forwarder price-fixing
  • Venezuela signs deal to develop port

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2010
  • Auramarine installs first ballast treatment system in Finland
    Auramarine installs the first ballast water treatment system in Finland. The system, called Crystalballast, has been developed by Auramarine and works with simultaneous filtering and treatment with UV light, no
  • BP Mexico gulf bill soars
    BP's costs for the oil response in the aftermath of the sinking of the platform Deepwater Horizon soars. The latest figures from the BP headquarters reveal that the bill has

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 3, 2010
  • Bunker markets ride out crude's price swings
    Prices settling down for marine fuel despite oil volatility.
  • Friday sees firmer figures
    Local factors driving markets, but mostly higher.
  • Statoil paves way for IPO of fuel retail unit
    Will be hold on to majority stake of new company that would include marine fuel sales.
  • Prices little changed in Rotterdam, Hamburg
    South European ports, meanwhile, see lower prices on Friday.
  • Fujairah prices bounce back
    Players facing tight barge schedules in Fujairah.
  • Report highlights environmental cost of LNG
    Biofuels offer only 'limited' scope for reducing shipping's emissions.
  • New contact for Russian supplier's Black Sea operations
    Trader at Novorossiysk office now handles regional enquires for Gazpromneft Marine Bunker.
  • Week ends with IFO prices largely down
    Demand for bunker fuel mostly average at key Asian ports.
  • Magazine: World 'better off' without bunker fuel
    Shipping industry 'sixth highest' greenhouse gas emitter after Japan.
  • WFS maintains quarterly dividend
    Q2 dividend unchanged from preceding quarter; reflects the 'two-for-one' stock split of its common stock.
  • SGX fuel oil 380 futures contract up 11.3%
    Volumes up 7,300 mt in August compared to the previous month.
  • Titan charters one bunker tanker, four chemical tankers
    Tankers will meet 'perceived' demand from Titan's storage business for chemicals, clean products.




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