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The Business Timesweb site
DECEMBER 17, 2010
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  • Block exemption order gets five-year extension
    The Minister for Trade and Industry has extended the exemption of liner shipping agreements from Section 34 of the Competition Act for another five years - until the end of 2015.

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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 17, 2010
  • HK up 10pc in November to 2 million TEU, Singapore rises 3.8pc
  • Kuehne + Nagel manages warehouse for Henkel in Shanghai
  • Xi'an Railway Container Terminal starts operation
  • NYK, Vinalines to provide joint Thailand-Vietnam-Singapore service
  • Transpacific trade revenue up US$4 billion in third quarter year on year
  • EMS Global Tracking opens Dubai office
  • Vladivostok first 11 months up 12.4pc to 6.4 million tons
  • Air Seychelles and Jettainer to close ULD management deal
  • DHS starts collecting advance air cargo data in pilot programme
  • Hanjin HIC lands Duqm airport work in Oman

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International Transport Journalweb site
DECEMBER 15, 2010
  • CEO Graeme McFaull steps down at Wincanton
    Graeme McFaull, the head of the British logistics service provider Wincanton, has resigned. Eric Born, the firm's former COO, succeeded McFaull with immediate effect. McFaull will ...
  • Logwin moving into new multi-user site in Austria
    The Luxembourgian logistics service provider Logwin moved to a newly rented terminal in the trade centre in Bergheim near Salzburg (Austria) recently. The new location houses a han...
  • K+N to manage adhesives warehousing for Henkel in Shanghai
    Henkel (China) Investment, a Fortune 500 company that is behind well-known brands such as Persil, Schwarzkopf and Loctite, has awarded Kuehne + Nagel a two-year contract. The globa...
  • BLG Logistics Group on course for success again in 2010
    Germany's Bremen-based BLG Logistics Group is back on track for success. CEO Detthold Aden has announced that the firm believes it will "significantly exceed expectations and ...

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 16, 2010
  • Trico Marine Services to sell remaining towing and supply vessels
  • Helsinki shipyard to build two icebreaking supply vessels for Sovcomflot

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World Wide Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 16, 2010
  • History of grain exports displayed at Port of Portland headquarters
  • Trico Marine Services selling towing/supply vessel fleet
  • NYK joining with VCSC for Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore run
  • Six new members joining The Sustainable Shipping Initiative
  • Orient Overseas Container Line orders two new 8,888 TEU vessels

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 16, 2010
  • Shipbuilding agreement talks collapse
    Negotiations aimed at creating a level playing field end in deadlock
  • Brussels throws in the towel on EU shipyards
  • Brussels questions need for yards innovation aid
  • Shipbuilding agreement talks could be revived
  • UK confirms coastguard rescue centre cutback plans
    More than half of current 18 centres to go, leaving just eight
  • UK set to cut coastguard centres by more than...
  • Singapore container throughput up 1% , bunker sales down 6% last month
    Port handled 26m teu in first 11 months of year, up 10.5% year on year
  • A year of pain for box ports
  • STX OSV bags $100m order for subsea construction vessel
    Unit to be delivered from Norway yard to undisclosed customer in 2012
  • Big hopes despite offshore operators' mixed...

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Fairplayweb site
DECEMBER 16, 2010
  • Huge jump seen in coal imports to India
    INDIA will be importing 150-200M tonnes of coal per year within five years, Shalabh Mittal has told Fairplay
  • Tanker crew evades pirates
    EU-NAVFOR today reported a failed pirate attack on a Suezmax tanker this morning off India
  • Multi Maritime acquired
    NORWAY'S ship design company Multi Maritime has been acquired by Fiskerstrand BLRT
  • LA, LB imports climb
    CONTAINER imports, driven by healthy holiday sales, continued double-digit gains in November at southern California's Big Two ports
  • NewLead refinances bulkers
    DRYBULK and product tanker owner NewLead Holdings announced a significant refinancing deal today, along with much lower losses in its latest quarter
  • 27 sought in sinking
    RESCUERS are reportedly looking today for 27 crew missing in the sinking of a Vietnamese general cargo ship
  • UK coastguards slashed
    THE UK has decided to cut the number of its full-time coastguard stations from 18 to just three
  • Singapore extends exemption for liners
  • Rates defying high VLCC 'cargo count'
  • Lovely bunch of coconuts
  • Norden plans $60M in dividends
  • Behind China's bank shift
  • Two views on Asia optimism
  • Gazprom: no deal soon on Far East

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 16, 2010
  • Mica Names 20 Republicans to Transportation
  • LA Harbor Commission Closes Clean-Truck Loopholes
  • MSC Extends Calif. Express to Northwest
  • Manufacturers Forecast Modest Growth in 2011
  • Ex-ILA Official Indicted in 'Christmas Tribute' Probe
  • ATA Starts Campaign Against Changed Hours Rule
  • Democrats Choose Rahall for Transportation
  • FedEx to Acquire Mexican Package Carrier
  • Marseilles Container Traffic Grows 15 Percent
  • OOCL Orders Two 8,888-TEU Ships
  • Puerto Rico Lines Can Void Antitrust Settlement
  • Maersk Names Malaysia-Singapore Manager
  • TNT, Mail Unions Reach Agreement, Avert Strike
  • Saddle Creek Acquires ProLog Logistics
  • Japanese Ship Orders Grow 30 Percent in November
  • Commonwealth Railway to Start Double-Stack Service
  • FedEx Profit Tumbles 18 Percent
  • House Democrats Praise Oberstar

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
DECEMBER 16, 2010
  • Euro crisis comes closer to home
  • Maersk clears out last of 'M' Class to rival
  • Somali pirates taking the upper hand
  • Sulayem replaced as chairman of Dubai World

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 16, 2010
  • Shipyard struggle collapses
    Outcry by European shipyards' organization as OECD finally calls time on global pact to outlaw predatory pricing.
  • Trico offloads offshore octet
    Bankrupt US offshore owner plots departure from towing and supply game as remaining PSVs hit the auction block.
  • NewLead bags bulker, loss shrinks
    Greek owner reveals handysize purchase but remains in red for third quarter despite sales hike.
  • 27 missing as ship sinks
    Search on for crew and two passengers after 1,022-teu Vinalines containership capsizes off China.
  • Hellespont tanker outruns pirates
    RPG attack on Papachristidis-owned Hellespont Trinity off India suggests suezmaxes may be targeted.
  • Cantor Fitzgerald lifts Navios rating
    Equity analyst urges clients to watch Navios Maritime Acquisition as stock looks to recover from 33% drop.
  • Yangzijiang buys yard next door
    Chinese shipyard adds neighbouring marine equipment outfit JZME to boost its Jiangsu operations.
  • Smit to tackle Jolly Amaranto
    Italy's Messina unsure if Dutch salvor will be able to refloat ro-ro "hard aground" at Alexandria.
  • Fifth amendment for UK port
    ABP to spend '30m on cruiseship terminal number five to meet growing demand at Southampton.
  • Sovcomflot signs for supply duo
    Sergey Frank-led Russian places $200m order for icebreaking pair at newly-formed Finland joint-venture yard.
  • Norwegian ferry pulled free
    Fjord1's Eira heads for repair yard after running aground off Solsnesholmen.
  • Cruiseship battle kicks off
    Qatar already planning to bring in passenger vessels for fans during 2022 World Cup.
  • Maintenance errors blamed for smash
    Canadian report finds wrong type of dowels used ahead of Queen of Nanaimo ferry crash in August.
  • Vancouver bags in-house orders
    Canadian shipyard to build four barges for sister operation Seaspan International.
  • Saipem strikes gold in US Gulf
    Italian construction giant clinches nearly $700m worth of offshore installation contracts.
  • S'pore set for bunker high
    Lion Republic is set to reach a new record level for annual bunker sales, despite the global slowdown.
  • CSJV seals Gorgon gig
    Australian engineering giant's joint venture with Sea Trucks secures work tied to Gorgon LNG project.
  • MPP towed after breakdown
    Wagenborg vessel taken for repairs after losing steering off the Netherlands.
  • Ore exports set to rocket
    The main dry bulk commodities are forecast to see healthy growth in volumes over the next five years.
  • Ezra in double supply ship deal
    Poland's Remontowa shipyard building two offshore vessels for expanding Singapore owner.
  • DSME wins Chevron deal
    Korean yard boosts order tally with $1.3bn contract from US energy giant for offshore platform.
  • Import growth levels out
    US trade body says inbound volumes will maintain current levels, annual total to be 17% up on a year ago.

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 16, 2010
  • Maersk raises Asia/Latin America rates
  • COSCO Asia/Red Sea rates to climb
  • MSC plans Asia/Canada peak season surcharge
  • FedEx expands in Mexico as profit drops
  • SAIC names Jazwick head of aviation security
  • Border trucker puts bankruptcy in review mirror
  • Congress urged to renew Colombia trade preferences
  • U.S., Libya hold first TIFA talks
  • iGPS files suit against wood pallet group

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
DECEMBER 16, 2010
  • Russian order to Helsinki Shipyard
    The Russian owner Sovcomflot orders two multifunctional icebreaking supply vessels from Arctech Helsinki Shipyard Oy. The shipbuilding company was formed last week as a joint-venture between STX Finland and
  • Cleantec to Fayard for repair
    Fayard A/S is to repair the Chinese owned bulk carrier Cleantec, 33,344 DWT, which earlier this week sustained a seven metre long crack in the hull after a collision
  • New Danish shipowners' association
    Rederiforeningen af 2010 will be a reality as from January 1, 2011, after two extra ordinary general assemblies yesterday unanimous decided to merge the two shipowners' associations Rederiforeningen af 1895
  • USA sues BP over Mexico Gulf nigthmare
    The Obama administration sues BP and several other companies over the Mexico Gulf oil spill. Some 5 million barrels of oil gushed out from the BP well in the Gulf

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 16, 2010
  • Seaspan to obtain new barge
    Construction of the barge will start in January 2011, design will meet current environmental and regulatory requirements.
  • Bunker market firms across Europe
    Very good demand in the bunker market in Hamburg.
  • Bunker prices rise in Fujairah
    Demand was low in Suez.
  • WFS acquires US aviation-fuel company
    Acquisition will 'expand company's presence' in the aviation fuel business.
  • Scrubber makers striving to overcome market scepticism
    EGCSA and Aalborg speak about overcoming technical challenges and future improvements in emission abatement technology.
  • Freight rates could be thrown into turmoil
    Slow steaming remains a 'delicate balancing act'.
  • Lithuanian terminal to handle more fuel oil
    Klaipedos Nafta to spend up to two million euros in the next 12 months.
  • Hong Kong's IFO prices equal year's high
    Mixed demand at Asia's key bunker ports, says traders.
  • Singapore fuel oil stocks at three-week high
    Bunker demand remains weak but Western arbitrage volumes remain low.
  • Dip in Japan bonded bunker sales
    Slack demand due to higher prices, traders say.
  • AADA to raise bunker surcharges in January
    Increase in bunker surcharges for containers services from China and Hong Kong to Australia.
  • South China's December fuel oil imports fall 31%
    Largely due to sluggish demand for bonded bunkers in Hong Kong.




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