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The Business Timesweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 2010
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  • Drydocks S-E Asia CEO quits to set up maritime consultancy
    FORMER Drydocks World South East Asia chief executive Denis Welch has stepped down to set up a maritime industry consultancy, One World Maritime, which aims to help companies in the industry gain a foothold in growing Asian markets.
  • Hijacked S'pore tugboat returns
    AFTER a seven month ordeal, the hijacked Singaporean tugboat, Asta, arrived safely under tow in Singapore last month.

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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 2010
  • HK up 9.8pc in August to 2.1 million TEU, Singapore rises 6.6pc
  • Cosco Pacific August volume up 24pc to 4.5 million TEU
  • Shipyards receive orders for 55 new box ships since January
  • Sellers revive box swaps, declare 5 lines show 'strong interest'
  • APMT Pipavav in India raises US$106 million in IPO
  • Drewry sees box ships beating breakbulk as reefer trade booms
  • MSC starts direct Med-US West Coast service
  • Maersk scraps Mobile from TA-2 service
  • Price not right: Virginia says no to bids to run box terminal
  • Dachser opens sea freight branch near Rotterdam
  • Sophisticated sensor system tracks ocean freight boxes
  • 100pc screening of cargo on passenger jets creates new fears
  • Beijing announces tax reduction for Taiwan's cross-strait flights
  • Toll Global Forwarding wins ISO 9001 for Europe-Mideast

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 2010
  • Anand Sheth succeeds Tushar Jani as AMTOI President
  • Freight forwarding 'Conqueror' is born!
  • GSPC imports more LNG via Hazira terminal
  • Immense potential seen in region
  • INTTRA & Descartes form alliance to enhance global shipping process
  • MSC provides instant-response details of going that extra mil
  • Outgoing AMTOI President reflects on activities undertaken & lists tasks ahead
  • Vegetable oils gush in during August
  • CBEC tightening some rules for ex-im transactions through couriers, easing others
  • Rlys hikes box train operators' heavy products haulage charges by hefty 170-200 pc

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 15, 2010
  • Movianto France opens second warehouse in Orléans
    The French subsidiary of the German logistics company Movianto, a specialist for pan-European pharmaceuticals and healthcare services, has built a second warehouse in Orléans,...
  • DB Schenker invests in new facilities near Helsinki
    The German service provider DB Schenker Logistics is investing more than EUR 45 million in a new hub and corporate office for Finland in Vantaa, near the airport, in the northern s...
  • Felbermayr inaugurates new office in Brno (Czechia)
    The Austrian heavylift specialist Felbermayr recently opened a second location in Brno (southern Czechia), in addition to its other Czech facility in Prague. Felbermayr's...
  • New gantry for port of Strasbourg's container terminal
    The inland port of Strasbourg (France) recently put a new container gantry into service. The crane is part of a programme to expand the northern container terminal's capacity. A to...
  • Joachim Hermanns new Linex manager director
    Joachim Hermanns has been appointed managing director of Linehaul Express Services GmbH (Linex), based in Frankfurt am Main (Germany). Linex, a member of the family-managed&nb...
  • New study: Australia's box throughput to exceed 10 million units by 2019/20
    A study compiled by Meyrick and Associates reveals that Australia's international container business should rise to 10.4 million teu by 2019/2020. In connection with this...
  • NYK Line introduces new transatlantic service
    The Japanese shipping company NYK Line has launched a new transatlantic service called the Atlantic Express Shuttle (AES). The sailing, which will be operated in collabor...
  • World Airways to link China and Chicago for Jade Cargo
    World Airways, a subsidiary of Global Aviation Holdings, has signed a one-year agreement with Jade Cargo International to operate one Boeing 747-400 aircraft on a full-time basis f...

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
  • Louisiana lawmakers get key Navy commitments to Avondale
  • Senate bill includes $35 million for Aker Philadelphia
  • Administration report downplays impact of moratorium
  • BOEM "idle iron" edict calls for widespread well plugging and platform dismantling
  • MAN Diesel & Turbo introduces the Diesel Switch
  • Lockheed Martin team submits final LCS bid
  • Davie Yards and Irving Shipbuilding end cooperation

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World Wide Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
  • Washington transport department eyes Port of Olympia for pontoon site
  • Washington governor begins 11-day trade mission to Asia
  • NYK adds new vessel to bulk carrier lineup
  • Port of Tacoma taps Esterbrook as new chief commercial officer
  • Coast Guard setting Pier 36 security zone

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
  • Groups slam calls to end US antitrust immunity
    WSC and US maritime unions express concerns over calls to scrap box lines antitrust immunity
  • Calls to scrap US antitrust immunity
  • FMC commissioner Dye warns over lifting antitrust immunity
  • US in no rush to abolish antitrust immunity
  • Shippers blast Singapore plans to extend liner exemption
    Proposal to extend exemption for five more years 'unthinkable' says Asian Shippers'...
  • Shippers call for further liner reform
  • International Group vital for global trade
    North P&I Club joint managing director Paul Jennings says group is not a cartel
  • International Group back in Brussels'...
  • Demand for product tankers to outstrip supply from 2011
    Pareto Securities revises rates forecast up 40% as longer voyages keep vessels out of...
  • Mixed fortunes likely in second quarter...

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Fairplayweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
  • Euro 'blue belt' project mooted
    EU TRANSPORT ministers are discussing a "blue belt" pilot project to allow intra-EU shipping and inland waterway transport the same freedom of movement as road haulage
  • NewLead sells non-core ships
    PRODUCT tanker and bulker operator NewLead has completed its divesture of non-core assets following last year's takeover of Aries, it said today
  • French dockers work to rule
  • Consortia may need to 'self-assess'
  • Oz coal struggles with demand
  • Accident causes JNPT delays
  • Four crew kidnapped in Douala
  • Transneft grabs Russian oil ports
  • Union threatens Stena strike
  • Aid failure found in casualty

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
  • Export Initiative to Emphasize Small Business
  • Senator Pushes Repeal of Rails' Antitrust Exemption
  • Judge Confirms LA Clean-Truck Order
  • Russian Stevedores to Join Pipeline Monopoly
  • UPS Launches LCL Ocean Service
  • FedEx to Merge LTL Networks
  • Shipper Group Says Rail Study Could Affect Obama Plan
  • Concor Hikes Rail Tariffs
  • Japanese Ship Orders Doubled in August
  • Cargo Security Program Wasted $2 Billion, says Senator
  • International Chamber of Commerce Revises Incoterms
  • FedEx Doubles Profit, Forecasts Slower Growth
  • Hanjin to Start Direct Vietnam-Europe Service
  • Port Investors Seek Green Technology
  • Panalpina Launches Trans-Pacific Freighter Service

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
  • Pipavav port gets listed
  • Weak exports hold back Southern Californian ports
  • CKYH launches market's second Vietnam/Europe direct service
  • Tender awarded for new BA terminal
  • Containers continue to secure cold cargo

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
  • GasChem grabs LPG action
    German gas player seals charter extension with MSK while another pair of LPG owners win a flurry fresh fixtures, sources say.
  • GCL shifts gears
    US ro-ro player emerges from bankruptcy with fresh lease on life but shipowning may not be in the cards, sources say.
  • Crewman lost off New Zealand
    Weather hampers frantic search for Myanmar seafarer overboard Korean bulker in Pacific.
  • Sartor grabs GulfMark PSV
    Norwegian arm of New York-listed offshore owner offloads vessel to compatriot player.
  • Northern Vitality strikes whale
    Corpse of massive mammal dragged into US harbour on the bow of German containership.
  • UPS launches new liner run
    New York-listed NVOCC springs LCL loop in bid to bite bigger piece of ocean freight market.
  • Bulker "hit and ran" after clash
    MBC ship's master failed to stop after fatal collision with fishing boat in English Channel, then altered records.
  • INS Delhi busts pirates again
    Indian warship again swoops on weapons-laden vessel in Gulf of Aden but no mention of arrests.
  • Cargoship grounds on rocks
    Polish vessel refloated under own power after getting stuck off Norway.
  • MSC Iris fails again
    Boxship suffers second loss of power in a year as it grounds off Netherlands.
  • Odfjell in Sevmash court bid
    Jan Hammer-led tanker owner to drag shipbuilder through Russian court system after failure to honour arbitration ruling.
  • Aratere gets a nose-job
    New Zealand ro-pax heads to Singapore for jumboisation ahead of Rugby World Cup.
  • RMS Twisteden gets twisted
    German cargoship's wheelhouse flattened after collision with bridge in Antwerp.
  • Davie Yards wins more time
    Canadian shipbuilder has until 29 October to work out restructuring plan under bankruptcy filing.
  • LPG ship and tanker collide
    StealthGas vessel and Paradise Navigation tanker suffer minor damage in Dutch collision.
  • Transocean faces rig claim
    US owner of ill-fated Deepwater Horizon is being sued by state of Louisiana.
  • World Fuel prices offering
    US-listed marine bunker player sets price level for planned issue of up to 7.6m new shares.
  • Maersk bags African gig
    Danish giant's drilling arm secures contract for semi-submersible newbuilding off West Africa.
  • LB sees three year high
    August container imports at US west coast port of Long Beach highest since November 2007.
  • Barge dragged from sea
    Partially sunken vessel salvaged after running aground off Prudhoe Bay in the US.

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American Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
  • Lines 'disappointed' with regulation push
  • ICC officially releases Incoterms revisions
  • Hanjin starts direct Vietnam/North Europe link
  • Cathay loads up on A350s
  • ABC adds Paris to freighter network
  • Rockefeller vows to push rail regulation
  • INTTRA, Descartes announce alliance
  • Penske Logistics makes leadership change
  • Ultra Logistics names regional manager
  • UPS launches faster LCL service

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
  • Odfjell takes Russian owner to court
    At the end of December last year, a court of arbitration in Stockholm ruled in favour of Odfjell against the Russian state-owned yard Sevmash ' but the yard is still
  • Star Reefers in charter dispute
    The Norwegian shipping company Star Reefers has accused Kalistad Ltd of Nicosia, a subsidiary of JFC, St. Petersburg, of breaching the charter agreements for the reefer vessels lmeda Star, Avelona
  • HMS Carlskrona back in business
    The Swedish warship HMS Carlskrona, which was the EU Operation Atalanta's flagship until August 14, is back on duty in the piracy infested waters off Somalia. The warship had been

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
  • Diesel switch deals with problem of fuel changeover
    Increasingly stringent environmental regulations call for engines to switch to low sulphur fuels in designated areas.
  • IFO prices softening in European ports
    Prices in line with falling crude.
  • Nominations begin for next IMO chief
    MEPC chairman Chrysostomou among the candidates to replace Mitropoulos next year.
  • 'Steady' bunker demand pulls down fuel oil inventories
    Singapore's on-shore fuel oil stocks down 6.5% week-on-week.
  • Fujairah MGO prices holding steady
    NYMEX showing losses of more than $1 in early trading.
  • Marine fuel demand expected to reach 450 million mt by 2020
    Demand this year back to pre-2008 levels; problems ahead with estimating distillate fuel demand for MARPOL Annex VI compliance.
  • EU asked to back LNG bunker fuel study
    Will look at development of an LNG supply infrastructure.
  • Fujairah capitalising on its 'strategic value'
    Regional security worries boost Fujairah's role as energy hub.
  • Asian bunker prices mostly up
    Demand for bunker fuel in Asia's key bunker hubs mixed.
  • Solazyme delivers renewable distillate fuel to US navy
    Delivering the largest amount of algae-derived marine fuel to the US navy.
  • Aegean expects bunker demand to grow 30% by 2020
    Global demand will rise by almost 4% this year.
  • Chemoil opens new office in New York
    Move provides platform for business development and growth in the US East Coast.
  • Canadian port invests $3.6 million in cold ironing technology
    Prince Rupert Port Authority's Fairview Terminal promoting 'greener freight transport'.




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