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The Business Timesweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2010
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  • Reduced IPO will boost share price: Ningbo Port
    China's Ningbo Port said yesterday that its reduced initial public offering size would benefit shareholders and boost its post-debut share price.
  • Kenya invites bids for new port construction
    Kenya yesterday invited bids for the first phase of construction of a new port along its coast in Lamu, involving the building of three berths.
  • Sinopec starts building its first LNG receiving terminal
    China Petroleum & Chemical Corp (Sinopec) started building its first liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal in eastern Shandong province on Friday after the project received final approval from the government.
  • Cabotage Policy review: KL to consider all views

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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2010
  • US Federal Maritime Commission plans 'improve' service contracts
  • Yang Ming first half revenue up 38pc to US$1.5 billion
  • Wan Hai Lines first half revenue up 33.8pc to US$919.8 million
  • Hong Kong customs seize two containers of contraband ivory
  • TNT to deploy fleet of electric delivery vehicles in China
  • Chongqing plans to up water, air and rail volume in five years
  • Singapore to launch largest IPO of logistics unit
  • Panama Canal Authority signs first European MoU with Antwerp
  • Allcargo Global Logistics to double capacity at Mundra CT
  • GAC acquires Finnish ship agency in the Baltic Sea region
  • NYK Logistics opens Ghent DC for China Electric Equipment Group
  • Project cargo training course starts in October
  • Taiwan giants sell Yangtze River Express stakes back to Hainan Air
  • SAS Cargo to pay US$13.3 million to settle US class action suit
  • Garnadt to succeed Carsten Spohr as Lufthansa Cargo CEO
  • US denies anti-trust immunity to Delta-Virgin Blue scheme
  • Mogadishu airport hit by suicide bombers 200 metres from terminal building

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2010
  • Alliance Marine achieves exponential growth in just 3 years of operation
  • Boxship christened Cap Jackson
  • Cargo ship making historic Arctic voyage
  • CTSA to cut BAF
  • Environmental Passport for 10 pc of GL fleet
  • From Nov. 1, it'll be NYK Container Line
  • Fuel cells can help reduce emissions in ships-GL
  • Hapag to hike rates to hike rates
  • Kapil dons the gloves; this time to bat off shipping corrosion!
  • Le Havre makes progress in privatisation scheme
  • MSC charters 4 idled ships
  • New role for MAERSK's LINE Thomas Knudsen
  • NOL dedicates Chongqing Global Service Centre
  • NY-NJ truckers honour for 5th straight year
  • OECD sees box trade rising by 10 pc in 2010-11
  • OOCL & NYK to raise transatlantic rates
  • Safmarine enhances Asia-N. Africa/Med scope
  • SCI to invest $4 bn to double tonnage in four years
  • Zim to ZIM implement GRI on westbound cargo
  • GMB to develop greenfield port in Valsad
  • Govt approves 17.34 pc PLR for port workers
  • Gujarat govt offers coastline for landlocked states to build own ports
  • New 1-day coal discharge record set at Kandla Port
  • Well-equipped to tackle oil spills, TPT now readies contingency plan
  • Heavy vehicles plying rural roads face toll
  • Hind Terminals-CWC Logistics Park handles 2 BCN rakes simultaneously at its Nhava Sheva CFS
  • Karnataka ore export ban drains Railways of freight revenue
  • $ 72.5-m LoC to Laos
  • Farm pact with Argentina
  • Forex reserves swell by $ 2.5 bn
  • IIP vaults by 13.8 pc in July propelled by manufacturing, CG & durable
  • Rangarajan rules out double-dip recession
  • Tax axe hangs over goods sold in SEZs
  • Global slowdown not over-Pranab

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 10, 2010
  • Global Shippers' Forum calls for more liner shipping reform
    The Global Shippers' Forum (GSF) affirmed at its annual meeting held in Macau recently that ocean shipping reform remains a key policy priority for the body. The GSF meeting noted ...
  • Major BLG order brings jobs to Bremen
    BLG has won an international tender held to award a contract for the dispatch of completely knocked-down cars (CKD) for Volkswagen Logistics, the internal logistics service provide...
  • Dachser establishes Dutch maritime freight branch
    The German logistics provider Dachser, which runs international operations, now also provides its worldwide sea freight services to and from the Netherlands. Together with Seacon, ...
  • Shanghai Compass Global Freight joins GPLN
    The Shanghai Compass Global Freight Company, based in Shanghai (China), is the newest member of Global Project Logistics Network (GPLN). Compass Global was founded in 2001 and spec...
  • Wincanton wins three-year extension to Adidas contract
    Logistics service provider Wincanton has had its contract with Adidas renewed for three years. Under a deal originally secured in 2008, Wincanton will thus continue to deliver spor...
  • Norbert Dentressangle appoints Duncan Eyre as commercial director
    Duncan Eyre has been appointed as Norbert Dentressangle's new commercial director of its UK transport services division. Eyre has been with Norbert Dentressangle for six years and ...
  • HHLA to expand container terminal in Ukraine
    HPC Ukraina, a subsidiary of the German company Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA), is set to invest EUR 70 million in the expansion of its Odessa Container Terminal (Ukraine) ...
  • FAA awards additional Recovery Act airport grants
    The US transportation department's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has selected five more airport projects for funding, paid for with USD 9 million in American Recovery and R...

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2010
  • Shallow water drillers to Bromwich: Rethink
  • BOEM: No moratorium on shallow water drilling

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World Wide Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2010
  • Port of Grays Harbor sees record export corn shipment
  • General Dynamics NASSCO launches new T-AKE vessel
  • Aegean Marine Petroleum adding new bunkering tanker
  • Matson earns eighth straight Ocean Carrier quality award
  • Genco Shipping & Trading inks new Supramax time charter

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2010
  • Plans for private piracy patrols slammed
    UK firm to hire out private armed military ships in Gulf of Aden but experts warn of risks
  • Armed guards prove a sticking point as insurers try to clarify cover
  • Ships openly allowed to carry arms in Saudi waters
  • Unions back use of armed guards on vessels
  • Brussels to name and shame substandard operators
    Ship operators calling EU ports to be classed and listed on a public register from...
  • Blacklisted vessels to be banned from EU...
  • IUMI 2010: Cargo insurers brace for loss
    Sector to report technical loss for 2009 for first time in almost a decade
  • Uncertain times in the marine market
  • New orders at Chinese yards remain strong in first eight months of 2010
    Some warn the pace of new orders could slow amid continued economic uncertainty.
  • Container lines bounce back after 2009 losses

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Fairplayweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2010
  • MMX acquiring Sudeste port
    BRAZILIAN iron ore company MMX Mineracao & Metalicos is poised to buy the Sudeste port project in Rio de Janeiro's Itagua' municipality for $2.3Bn
  • US piracy ruling challenged
    PROSECUTORS in the US are contesting a federal judge's ruling that piracy charges against five Somalis should be dropped
  • Two kidnapped in Cameroon
    JAN DE NUL told Fairplay today it had not received a ransom demand for two crew members kidnapped from its dredger Amerigo Vespucci in Cameroon
  • Greek yards' future at stake
    THE GREEK navy has reportedly backed from a deal with ThyssenKrupp which would potentially transfer the German company's stakes in Greece's Hellenic Shipyards to Abu Dhabi MAR

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2010
  • Diesel Rises First Time in a Month
  • US Steel Exports Soften in July
  • Montreal Dockworkers Likely to Ratify Agreement
  • USPS Opens Talks with Rural Carriers
  • SAS Cargo Pays $13.9 Million in Price-Fixing Settlement
  • Rail Shippers Say Regulatory Bill Could Have Momentum
  • Global Shippers' Forum Pushes Reform
  • Stevedore HHLA to Expand Ukraine Container Terminal
  • APL Volume, Revenue Climb in August
  • Life on the Amazon
  • East Meets West
  • Reinventing MIQ Logistics
  • Running With the Bulls
  • Plotting a Sea Change
  • The Port Moves Inland
  • Ocean's Rate Wave Crests
  • The Case for a Bid
  • A Debate Over Density
  • Risk Vs. Reward
  • Infrastructure Evolution
  • Obama's Blind Curve To Recovery
  • Shippers Pass One Security Checkpoint
  • Letters - September 13, 2010 Edition

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2010
  • GSF calls for liner reforms in Asia and Africa
  • Dubai World restructuring agreed
  • August August for APL
  • Virginia dismisses terminal bids
  • French dockers revolt again

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2010
  • Crew seized in Cameroon
    Armed raiders board Jan de Nul vessel in Douala port and make off with two crew members.
  • Sembcorp yard seals $82m boost
    LNG owners and a pair of passenger players tap Singaporean yard group for series of repair gigs.
  • Transatlantic sells veteran ro-ro
    Swedish owner books a loss of SEK 5m as it offloads 1984-built Oak.
  • Crewman killed in lifeboat fall
    Investigation begins in Turkey after safety drill ends in tragedy on Russian cargoship.
  • Genco scores supramax fix
    Peter Georgiopoulos-led bulker owner poised to pocket nearly $8m after sealing time charter with German drybulk player.
  • 3 Maj wins tanker deal
    Croatian yard says Sweden's Wisby Tankers has lined up $120m contract for four ships.
  • AtoB@C orders @ Bodewes
    Swedish owner goes for a 4,000-dwt cargoship in the Netherlands, with option attached.
  • Kjaerulff returns with new JV
    Former Torm chief to lead Danish boxship and multi-purpose start-up United Nordic Shipping.
  • You've been Snared again!
    Danish warship Esbern Snare disrupts pirate operations for fifth time but once again no arrests made.
  • SITC eyes larger Hong Kong IPO
    Chinese private boxship owner eyes $525m as it prices long-awaited Hong Kong listing.
  • BW wins Prosafe backing
    FPSO takeover back on after Sohmen-Pao group increases offer price.
  • Stella Maris goes under hammer
    Germany's Lubeca Marine snaps up Danish cargoship seized after crew complaints over unpaid wages.
  • DFDS stops passenger run
    Danish ro-ros to focus on freight between Scotland and Belgium from December.
  • Pirates rob Japanese ro-ro
    Pirates tie up crew of Cheerleader and loot ship in latest attack off Kalimantan province on Friday.
  • STX lands six-ship deal
    Korean yard books LR1 tankers for $270m in European deal.
  • Tiete bags Petrobras barges
    Domestic shipyard clinches 100-unit deal from Brazilian oil giant.
  • Bulker saves starving fisherman
    Navibulgar ship picks up Moroccan who spent 20 days clinging to upturned boat.
  • Ferry slices boat in half
    Two hurt in collision involving Fullers vessel and a launch off New Zealand.
  • Kiwis take Danish ferry
    Bornholmstrafikken sells ro-pax Dueodde to New Zealand's Strait Shipping as it awaits newbuilding.
  • West Atlas removal starts
    Work to remove a fire ravaged former Seadrill jack-up drilling rig has begun off northern Australia.
  • Greek master evacuated
    Bulker captain taken to hospital in Philippines with symptoms of cardiac arrest.
  • Tug, barge ground in garden
    USCG probe begins as US resident wakes to find towing vessel and scrap metal cargo on her property.

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2010
  • JAL sells off logistics division
  • Farmers seek end to U.S.-Mexico truck dispute
  • Senate to hold rail policy hearing
  • Cheers! Selling Va. liquor stores to aid transport
  • OECD: Economies may have peaked
  • Executives to lead Export Council subcommittees
  • Export Council subcommittee members sought
  • Virginia ends consideration of port bids

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2010
  • Major naval exercise in the Baltic Sea
    The large international naval exercise Northern Coasts 10 is being held in the Baltic Sea between September 13 and September 24, 2010. The exercise is hosted by the Finnish Navy
  • Allure of the Seas on sea trials
    Assisted by the tugs Triton and Ukko, the cruise vessel Allure of the Seas set out to sea from STX Finland's Turku shipyard for the first time on September 13
  • Drunken captain on Norden tanker
    An Indian captain on board D/S Norden's product carrier Nord Fast was intoxicated during a call at Fawley, England, last week. The pilot on the Nord Fast smelled alcohol
  • Ventrafiken orders new ferry
    Ventrafiken has placed an order with Danish Hvide Sande Skibs- & Bådbyggeri for a new ferry for the service from Landskrona to Ven for delivery in August, 2012. The contract is

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2010
  • Industry 'often ahead of the game' on regulations
    INTERTANKO's Peter Swift looks at industry performance and issues surrounding environmental legislation.
  • Bunker prices soften in key ports
    Durban: Market activity eases off after busy morning.
  • Rotterdam, Hamburg prices firm
    While South European bunker prices were falling.
  • 'Half global container fleet' is slow-steaming
    New study concludes that slow-steaming can lead to 'substantial savings' but has done 'little to improve schedule integrity'.
  • Fuel testing agency wins award once more
    Lintec named 'Supplier of the year' for the second year running by Incentra.
  • Russia's fuel oil export tax falls
    October duty is likely to be between $103-$104 pmt.
  • EGCSA: Time to 'debunk myths' about scrubbers
    Exhaust gas cleaning systems showcased at SMM promising 2015 ECA compliance for sulphur emissions and quick return on investment.
  • Run of record bunker volumes come to an end
    Singapore bunker volumes fall month-on-month for the first time since February.
  • IFO prices drop in Singapore and Hong Kong
    Good demand in Hong Kong.
  • Chinese supplier aiming for majority market share
    Ambition to take over two-thirds of the Chinese market for bonded bunkers by 2013.
  • Singapore fuel monitoring system nominated for local award
    Ascenz controller 'robust and tamper-proof', company GM says.
  • Sinopec Zhoushan to start 180 cSt deliveries in Shanghai
    Able to start deliveries from September 15 onwards, company source says.

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