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The Business Timesweb site
APRIL 12, 2010
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  • Stranded ship near Aussie reef highlights conflicts
    A stricken Chinese ship that leaked oil onto the Great Barrier Reef is a loud wake-up call about the environmental risks of Australia's booming trade with its Asian neighbours, conservationists say.
  • Indian shipowners seek new anti-piracy strategy
    Alarmed by a big jump in pirate attacks, India's shipping industry says it needs a new security strategy to safeguard vessels in the dangerous waters off Somalia's lawless coast.

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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 12, 2010
  • Evergreen to start talks with yards to order 92 box ships
  • Evergreen resumes US west coast-Asia/Med pendulum May 10
  • 'K' Line modifies its America East Coast Service via Suez
  • Maersk introduce container repair charges to truckers
  • Nehru Port bucks downturn, up 2.8pc in 2009 fiscal
  • Danaos profit off 34pc, but revenue up 6.9pc - swap losses blamed
  • WB increases east Asia GDP growth estimate to 8.7pc
  • Deutsche Bahn profit off 32pc, DB Schenker down 23pc
  • Box shortage prompt MSC to cut free Europe-India demurrage
  • Technical, sanitary rules used as trade barriers: US Trade Representative
  • TSA dominant hold keeps capacity low, says Shippers Voice
  • TIACA: Proposed US lithium battery flight rules 'unreasonable'
  • Russia's ABC cargo adds fifth 747 freighter
  • Passenger baggage fees now feed bellyhold profit

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 8, 2010
  • Itella strengthens its position in Russia
    Itella Logistics, which currently provides part- and full-load services, launched scheduled groupage consignments to Russia in March. The LTL service will also include domestic tra...
  • Gazeley leases space for Coca-Cola logistics in London
    Gazeley, a global real estate developer based in the UK, has leased a 21,600 sqm distribution building and 930 sqm of offices at G.Park Dagenham, near London, to Howard T...
  • BREAKING NEWS: Merger of Iberia and British Airways confirmed
    Reuters and other news agencies have reported that the UK's flag carrier British Airways and the Spanish national airline Iberia signed an agreement to merge the two airlines today...
  • «Ever Envoy» makes maiden call in Le Havre
    The Taiwanese container shipping line Evergreen has announced that its 6,330 teu postpanamax containership "Ever Envoy" called for the first time at the Quai des Amérique...
  • Containerships sailing to Alexandria
    Containerships, a Finnish shipping line, is adding Alexandria (Egypt) to its Mediterranean service. As from 15 April, Containership's Intra-Med service will call at Istanbul, Izmir...
  • Ecker' Line boosts Vuosaari-Tallinn service
    The Finnish shipping company Ecker' Line has boosted its service between Vuosaari (Helsinki) and Tallinn (Estonia). The cargo ship "Translandia" now makes the t...
  • USA: FRA announces USD 50 million safety technology grant programme
    The USA's Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) is accepting grant applications for the deployment of positive train control (PTC) collision avoidance systems and complementar...

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 9, 2010
  • Navy puts six more pirate suspects in bag
  • Keel laid for first Sentinel-class FRC
  • MARAD publishes Marine Highway program Final Rule
  • Todd awarded $6.5 million more for carrier repairs

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World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 9, 2010
  • Port of Camas-Washougal closing book on lawsuit
  • US rail freight traffic continues gains during week
  • Fourth of July event returning to Bellingham
  • Mitsui plans to begin new service with "K" Line
  • Genco inks deal to extend time charter

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 9, 2010
  • Shen Neng 1 grounding reignites reef pilotage debate
    Fundamental problems affecting current pilotage system needs to be resolved
  • Iraq unveils $6bn 'superport' plan
    Facility to have annual capacity of 99m tonnes
  • Bulker orders to dwindle in second quarter
    Dry bulk newbuilding not expected to see growth as owners adopt wait-and-see attitude
  • Struggling SeaFrance asks for court protection
    Company on the eve of death, says chairman Pierre Fa
  • Horizon to offer total supply chain service
    Carrier to offer end-to-end product for Asia-US shippers when high-speed service is launched

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Fairplayweb site
APRIL 9, 2010
  • SeaFrance 'on the eve of death'
    SEAFRANCE'S chances of survival have been slashed after chairman Pierre Fa today placed the ferry company under the protection of a court of commerce in Paris
  • Shortsea ships trip over tax
    RULES establishing a US Marine Highway Program were finalised today without dropping a tax that some shipping companies say makes the concept unprofitable
  • Delaware City refinery sold
    VALERO'S Delaware City refinery, which shut in November, has been sold to PBF for $220M
  • EC examines Bulgarian yard
    THE EC has begun an investigation into claims that Bulgaria's Rousse shipyard received 19M levas ($13.07M) in illegal government aid before it was privatised in 1999
  • Strike now, brokers told
    MAJOR opportunities to acquire UK insurance broking businesses ' including in shipping ' are opening up, insurance industry consultant Moore Stephens told Fairplay today
  • Sevilla yard workers protest
    WORKERS from the Astilleros de Sevilla shipyard have taken to the streets of Seville over a decision to axe the entire workforce
  • Piracy fear alters itinerary
    REGENT Seven Seas has reportedly ordered its Seven Seas Voyager to skip a stop in Zanzibar because Tanzania is too close to Horn of Africa pirates

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 9, 2010
  • DOT Sends Relief Funds to Rhode Island
  • Asia Carriers Reduce Owned Fleets
  • DOJ, Union Pacific Set Accord on 2004 Chlorine Accident
  • Coli Shipping to Represent BigLift
  • Air Cargo Carrier MK Airlines Suspends Flights
  • Evergreen to Order 100 New Container Ships
  • DOT Stimulus Payouts Hit $10.26 billion
  • Marine Highway Rule Takes Effect
  • Dreamlifter Turns Nightmare for Evergreen
  • Pier 1 Says 'Leap of Faith' Working
  • Asia-Europe Box Volume Surges 56 Percent
  • K-Line, MOL to Share Larger Vessels on CKYH Loop
  • NOL Names Two New Board Members
  • Savannah Box Throughput Jumps 32.5 percent
  • Massachusetts Oil-Spill Law Faces Challenge

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
APRIL 9, 2010
  • A year on a smile breaks out in Portman Square
    As the stage is set and the final preparations are made at London's iconic Portman Square W1, for CI's 12th Global Liner Shipping Conference (GSC) beginning Monday, the furrowed brows of last year's angst-ridden delegates are likely to be replaced by a much cheerier disposure as the smile begins to return to the container industry.
  • Maersk economist stresses Asia role in global maritime outlook
  • Samskip launches new service
  • ELAA: 'Forget 2009 comparison' as Asia - Europe trade rockets
  • K-Line & MOL combine all-water service
  • Brazil's Santa Caterina to implement Navis system

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 9, 2010
  • German caught up in reefer row
    Legal battle heats up as mango madness leads fruit trader to hunt German boxship once chartered to Neptune Orient Lines' APL.
  • Dutch delegation eyes Brazilian oil
    Netherlands transportation chief meets with Brazilian oil giant Petrobras to discuss a pending offshore partnership.
  • NM director sails to Navios Acquistion
    Ship finance legend Rex Harrington packs his bags, departing Navios Holdings for new post with freshly funded products tanker team.
  • Pirates don't get Nada
    Would-be hijackers left empty-handed after failed attack on Lebanese boxship Nada near Gulf of Aden.
  • Genco panamax deal stretched
    Genco Knight grabs one-year contract extension from Swissmarine worth about $9m.
  • Loans block Forth wind-up
    Scotland-based Forth Tankers to buy back shares as contingent liabilities scupper voluntary wind-up.
  • Samho starts release talks
    South Korean owner contacts pirates holding Samho Dream but ransom demand not yet made.
  • Aries Warrior shows up at Ezra
    Singapore-listed Ezra Holdings unmasks itself as buyer of Aries Offshore's star PSV.
  • Shenzhen sorry for Reef smash
    Owner of stricken bulker Shen Neng 1 apologises for the crash as removal of vessel's fuel oil gets underway.
  • Quotes of the week
    Hoegh Autoliners brushes up on its Vietnamese while a reef proves no barrier to Cosco.
  • LPG blaze bodies found
    Remains of two Filipinos located four days after fire onboard Daiichi Tanker ship off China.
  • Lee laps up Perisai shares
    Lionel Lee-led Ezra pays out $20m for around a fifth of shares in Malaysian technology firm.
  • MISC plans yard listing
    Shipowner to seek spot on Kuala Lumpur bourse for Malaysia Marine & Heavy Engineering.
  • FPSO boosts EOC results
    Further contributions from its maiden FPSO project help Singapore offshore player increase profits.
  • New5 in Numb3rs
    Ageing bulker turns golden oldie for Embiricos of Greece while Attica's DSME order draws wrath of European yards.
  • Globus buys identified
    Wilmar International ships are reported to be the owners of two supramaxes sold to Greek owner.
  • Oldendorff takes Baltic pair
    Lubeck-based shipowner fixes supramax bulkers from spot market focused Genco spin-off.
  • K Line re-jigs US service
    Japanese operator is increasing the size of the ships on its AWE-4 service and teaming with MOL.
  • Moody's upbeat on DP World
    Ratings agency says fears of Dubai World's financial woes spreading to DP World have been alleviated

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 9, 2010
  • Russian firm hawks rocket-in-a-box
  • CKYH, MOL modify Asia/East Coast service
  • NOL adds two to board
  • TNT may spin off mail business
  • Parking lots latest cargo theft hot spots
  • DGX starts U.S. outbound service to Brazil
  • Savannah volumes up sharply

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
APRIL 9, 2010
  • Another Svitzer tug to Australia
    The Svitzer Group has sold another M-class tug to its Australian operator. Apart from the sale of Svitzer Menja, the Swedish Svitzer Mercur will follow to Newcastle N.S.W., where
  • Norway to establish North Atlantic AIS centre
    The European Union maritime safety agency EMSA and Norway plans to establish a new cooperation for the sharing of vessel tracking information in the North Atlantic and Barents Sea areas
  • "Save EU yard industry by eco-bonus for old tonnage"
    A joint declaration by 33 regional governments within the European Union, with support from the yard industry and unions, has been handed over to the European Council, the European Commission

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 9, 2010
  • Crude takes bunkers for a ride
    Bunker prices quick to move in both directions, remain undervalued.
  • Markets shrug off firming trend
    Bunkers following fundamentals lower after choppy trading.
  • Hamburg sees double-digit price gains
    Rotterdam prices also firming.
  • The importance of para 5 of ISO 8217
    A careful reading of the final draft of ISO 8217:2010 gives the clear impression that para 5 will no longer help a fuel buyer.
  • Fujairah IFO prices gain strongly
    IFO scarce in Suez but replenishment expected soon.
  • Shipowners begin to look for 1.00% sulphur fuel
    Limited market so far, premiums seen doubling compared to 1.50% sulphur bunker fuel.
  • Bunker prices rebound
    Prices up for key Asian ports except Tokyo Bay.
  • Pumping starts to lift bunkers from stricken bulker
    Shipping company apologises for grounding but says vessel had set legal course.
  • MOL announces third fuel-saving concept ship
    Focus on enhanced fuel efficiency and renewable energy for MOL's series of 'next-generation' vessels.
  • Middle East bunker market tight on ready-made grades
    Kuwait Petroleum Corp's latest fuel oil parcel for April lifting has been sold to Bakri.
  • MISC loses damages claim against Equatorial
    US court throws out $470,000 claim for 'wrongful attachment'.
  • Hong Kong bunker stock levels strong
    Sinopec to export slightly more bunker-grade cargoes to Hong Kong in April.
  • Dahlman Rose reiterates 'buy' rating for Aegean shares
    Analysts say current levels are 'attractively valued' with target of $39.
  • Marine Atlantic hatches new policy on fuel surcharges
    Enters into some fuel purchasing contracts to charter the course of surcharges for the year.




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