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The Business Timesweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
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  • Plans to extend block exemption for liner accords
    The Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS) has issued a consultation paper recommending the Minister for Trade and Industry to extend the existing block exemption for liner shipping agreements by a further five years till Dec 31, 2015.
  • Daewoo may beat Shell to running first floating LNG ship
    Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co has said that its Papua New Guinea energy venture may beat Royal Dutch Shell Plc to become the first operator of a floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) production vessel.
  • Mid-East tanker rates up on expected demand
    Rental income from shipping Middle East crude to Asia rose for the first time in six days as oil companies began to make cargo bookings for next month amid speculation demand will increase and boost rates.
  • Baltic index falls after declining Chinese iron imports seen
  • Britain bids for Brazil warship contract

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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
  • Los Angeles box volume up 24.7 per cent in August - best since 2006
  • Start-up Hainan POS adds fifth ship to transpacific loop
  • Cosco chief sees good times ahead as US and Europe recovers
  • Hanjin-docker deal opens door to labour-lite Jaxport box shop
  • Lyttelton Port clears box backlog following Christchurch quake
  • Japan and India agree to tariff-cutting free trade agreement
  • Dar es Salaam and Mombasa battle for Uganda market share
  • US forwarders see 13pc more billings, 8pc more volumes
  • World Airways signs with Shenzhen's Jade Cargo for US-China service
  • TIACA's Hong Kong training course extended to East Africa
  • Yiwu, Zhejiang province, relaunches flights to Hong Kong

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
  • Aqua Logistics aims for the Star
  • Major 2-day maritime event begins today
  • JNPCT back to normal operations
  • JNPT too trying to goad authorities into action
  • JNPT wins Rajbhasha award for 4th straight year
  • L&T to develop box terminal & shipyard complex at Kattupalli near Ennore
  • Let's save our warehouses
  • Paradip Port plans airstrip on premises
  • Shanghai topples Singapore to become...
  • CBDT chief dispels fears over GAAR
  • CBDT heat on cross-border deals
  • FinMin may whittle down tax refund rates by 5-25 pc
  • India slipped in WEF Global Competitiveness Index
  • Onion MEP for Sept. hiked once again
  • Select pre-shipment inspection of tea to ensure quality likely
  • Report puts black money outflow at $ 125 bn
  • Spend more to generate jobs, IMF tells rich nations
  • UNCTAD warns of worse things in store

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2010
  • Dachser establishes seafreight branch office
    The global logistics provider Dachser has started to offer worldwide seafreight services from/to the Netherlands. Together with its joint venture partner, Seacon, Dachser...
  • Greece: Diamantidis new minister for maritime affairs
    Following a recent reshuffle of the Greek cabinet, economist and political scientist Giannis Diamantidis has been appointed as the new minister of shipping. His portfolio includes ...
  • Toll Global Forwarding gains ISO 9001 for Europe and UAE
    Toll Global Forwarding, part of the Australia-based Toll Group, one of Asia's leading transport and logistics providers, has achieved ISO 9001:2008 certification for the whole of i...
  • Karl Dischinger handles warehouse logistics for KNF Neuberger
    Karl Dischinger GmbH, a specialised German forwarding company, headquartered in Ehrenkirchen-Kirchhofen near Freiburg (Germany), recently began fulfilling a range of logistics...
  • FedEx and ATP announce new global sponsorship alliance
    The men's world tennis association ATP and the US express service provider FedEx have signed a three-year sponsoring agreement. Under the terms of the pact FedEx will ...
  • Upbeat mood at the port of Antwerp
    The port of Antwerp (Belgium), one of the largest ports in Europe, has been steadily recovering from its downturn in 2009. Raj Khalid, a representative of the port of ...
  • Container shipping lines stepping up coverage of ports in Indian subcontinent
    Hong Kong-based CSAV Norasia, a subsidiary of Latin America's largest shipping line, Compania Sud Ameriacna de Vapores, headquartered in Chile, is shortly starting a direct co...

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
  • Navy finds structural damage in Cyclone class patrol vessels
  • Seacoast Electric acquired
  • Transpetro picks start-up yard to build waterways fleet
  • SEACOR Holdings names Oivind Lorentzen CEO
  • DHS IG reports clear Coast Guard Judges of misconduct

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World Wide Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
  • New reports clear Coast Guard judges
  • NYK inks deal with Billiton for transport of iron ore
  • Boeing making plans to offer seats on space flights
  • Evergreen adding vessel to Kaohsiung/Haiphong run
  • Lockheed Martin makes proposal for Littoral Combat Ship contract

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
  • MAIB blasts Alam Pintar master
    Ship's master accused of failing to notify authorities of a Channel collision
  • How some ships responded to the incident
  • M. Star blast highlights need for tighter security
  • Ships failed to act on crabber's distress calls
  • Ship safety being sidelined by green agenda, warns DNV boss
    Inadequate training and lack of attention to competence development becoming a...
  • UK pilots call for government regulation
  • Remarks stir up Stena Line strike row
    RMT ballots for strike over use of Filipino crew on Stena Britannica following...
  • Newlead's turnaround on track to bear fruit
  • IRISL crew stranded at Antwerp in sanctions row
    European banks refuse to honour Iranian P&I club's guarantee out of fear they may be...
  • Caution the watchword on trade with Iran

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Fairplayweb site
SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
  • Another rig leaves gulf
    TRANSOCEAN'S drill ship Discoverer Americas has become the fourth offshore rig to leave the Gulf of Mexico since the BP oil spill, IHS Global Insight reported today
  • Slow steaming saves 11%
    SHIPPING has cut its carbon emissions by 11% over the past two years, a study has found
  • California box traffic surges
    SOUTHERN California box imports continued to break records in August ' despite predictions that US retail imports had already peaked
  • 20 hurt as ferry hits quay
  • Cruise West sells flagship
  • Russia may need feed imports
  • Barcelona sues over costs
  • Aid failure found in casualty
  • 'Sea Motorway' could be sunk
  • Is tanker trauma temporary?
  • Spanish ferry groups fined

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
  • Highway Deaths Drop 9.7 Percent to 60-Year Low
  • Rails Challenge Senate Study, Attack on Railroad Profits
  • Maritime Labor Cautions Against Antitrust Changes
  • STB's Elliott Plans Three-Pronged Rail Reform Strategy
  • YRC to Pay $10 Million in Racial Harassment Suit
  • Union Gives, Takes in Jaxport Jobs Deal
  • Rockefeller Vows Rail Reform through Law or Regulation
  • Takeaways from Dahlman Rose's Global Transportation Conference
  • DOT's Porcari Touts Greater Rail Freight Share
  • Moody's Raises Swift's Outlook to 'Positive'
  • Senate Panel Urges Scrutiny of Rail Pricing, Capital Needs
  • Evergreen Adds Ship on Vietnam Shuttle
  • Shippers Urge Oberstar to Move Ocean Antitrust Bill
  • DHS Dismisses Allegations Against Coast Guard
  • US Factory Output Grew at Slower Rate in August
  • Brown Trucking Buys Schrader, Expands in Southeast
  • Spain Plans Rail Modernization
  • Althen to Succeed Hartnett at Penske Logistics
  • DB Schenker Building Multi-Modal Helsinki Hub
  • Jade Cargo Signs World Airways Freighter
  • Canada to Aid Port, Maritime Sectors
  • LA-Long Beach August Imports Surge 23.9 Percent
  • Korean Air Cargo Revenue Leaps 86 Percent

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
  • Rhinecontainer boosts Benelux inland links
  • Damco to green Puma
  • Evergreen launches service on back of direct cross-strait trade
  • INTTRA strikes alliance with Descartes
  • Qatar steals Middle East show

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
  • JFC axes Star Reefers charters
    Norwegian owner cries foul as Russian fruit major chops up contracts tied to reefer trio.
  • Cantor predicts DHT tanker play
    Shipping analyst says New York-listed owner has the "firepower" to grab a VLCC or a pair smaller of crude carriers.
  • GCL back from the brink
    US ro-ro player Global Container Lines emerges from Chapter 11 as judge rubber stamps reorganisation scheme.
  • Four more snatched off Douala
    Master and three crew of Ukrainian vessel Salma snatched by bandits around time Jan de Nul crew taken.
  • EMGS breadwinner bags extension
    Oslo-listed offshore outfit says survey unit has been tied up through October as contract cash tips $15m.
  • Wells Fargo predicts Wall Street hits
    Equity analyst picks 15 'performers' to pull the coach as US bank breaks into posse of shipping sages.
  • Injuries in Greek ferry smash
    Five passengers left seriously injured after Turkish catamaran rams into jetty on Kos island.
  • HSH has new shipping chief
    German bank promotes Robin Das to replace retiring shipping boss Harald Kuznik.
  • Products rebirth on the cards
    Norway's Pareto Securities says LR and MR rates could grow 40% by 2012, with Torm's share price set to explode.
  • SLC seals five-year charter
    Philippines owner taking domestic products tanker on long-term deal with option to buy.
  • Maersk employee fraud on rise
    Danish shipping group says recession may have contributed to number of staff swindles growing last year.
  • Evergreen adds one to Vietnam
    Taiwanese container line doubling capacity as demand grows for Haiphong link.
  • Samho Dream moves off Somalia
    Hijacked Korean VLCC taken out to sea with warning pirates could be testing sea conditions.
  • Boxship bashed by boxes
    Crane drops containers on to Hapag-Lloyd vessel's fuel tank at JNPT in India.
  • NOCC gears up bond rally
    Lars Solbaken-led Norwegian Car Carriers may hit market with new five-year bond loan.
  • Danes take punt on Oceanus
    New K/S company formed to buy restructured Alaskan operator's biggest cruiseship.
  • Sincere slips back in first half
    Taiwanese bulker owner hurt by bigger tax bill despite revenue growth.
  • STX secures huge Posco deal
    Korean owner seals $420m contract to ship Australian iron ore and coal for compatriot steel giant.
  • Ferry pulled after oil leak
    Norwegian owner Tide Sjo brings in replacement ship after problem with Masfjord.
  • Lorentzen takes Seacor hot seat
    Northern Navigation president Oivind Lorentzen replaces Charles Fabrikant as owner's chief executive.
  • NYK in BHP Billiton deal
    Japanese shipowner wins long-term iron ore shipment contract from Aussie mining giant.
  • Stena faces strike threat
    UK union members could walk out as ferry line goes to Philippines for new workers.
  • Judge sinks Barberi tug case
    Bankrupt Henry Marine awarded only $25,000 of $6m claim for aiding New York ferry that crashed in 2003.
  • LA volumes remain strong
    Largest container port in the Americas sees box numbers exceed 730,000-teu for third straight month.
  • Clipper Adventurer refloated
    US salvage company Resolve pulls elderly cruise vessel from rocks in Canadian Arctic waters.
  • Kuwait eyes port growth
    Dutch consultancy and engineering firm DHV is developing plans for nine ports in Middle East country.

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
  • Matson service makes maiden Hong Kong call
  • NYK wins BHP Billiton long-term deal
  • Maersk not collecting 40-foot reefers in Oceania
  • Coyne adds Afghan flight
  • Heavy-truck advocates join forces
  • Russian Railways forms logistics unit
  • Shipping, rail regulation loom
  • K + N adds truck terminal in France
  • Red Arrow nails Navy contract
  • N.Y.-N.J. votes $1 billion for Bayonne Bridge fix
  • ILA, Hanjin reach deal in Jacksonville
  • Corpus Christi approves channel extension

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
  • Finnish naval unit to Somalia
    The Finnish minelayer Pohjanmaa will be deployed in the EU Navfor military crisis management Operation Atalanta off the coast of Somalia. The Pohjanmaa will be under the operational control of
  • Norway and Russia settle dispute
    Norway and Russia have finally settled the drawn-out dispute regarding the maritime borders between the two countries in the Barents Sea and Arctic Ocean ' the boundaries have now been

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
  • Growing interest in nuclear propulsion
    LR advisor looks at potential for propulsion power said to be proven, safe, emission-free and offering predictable cost.
  • Rotterdam and Hamburg prices firming
    High demand for bunker fuel but avails are fine.
  • Fujairah IFO prices firm slightly
    Tight 180 cSt avails in Fujairah.
  • MEPC 61 'likely' to approve mandatory efficiency measures
    Expectations for IMO committee to agree on new part to MARPOL Annex VI with a view to adoption in July next year.
  • Damaged bunker tank triggers delays
    Traffic at India's Jawaharlal Nehru port suffers further disruption.
  • Mid-week bunker price movements undecided
    Demand largely weak at key Asian bunker ports on Wednesday.
  • New trader joins Dan-Bunkering
    Kasper Christiansen, has 'broad international experience', company says.
  • Saudi Aramco sells fuel oil cargo at large discount
    High viscosity cargo from Yanbu sold at $20-25 pmt discount to spot quotes.
  • Towing kite manufacturer ropes in partners
    Arming kite technology with towing rope made from the 'world's strongest fiber'.
  • More brokers exit MF Global Singapore
    The company said it is 'not exiting the energy business in Asia'.
  • EU Council approves use of 'technological abatement' on LNG carriers
    Approves use of 'alternative technological abatement method' to cut sulphur emissions at berth.




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