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The Business Timesweb site
APRIL 23, 2010
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  • 4 supertankers join Iran fleet of crude storing vessels
    Iran, Opec's second-biggest oil producer, added four supertankers to its fleet of vessels storing crude, taking the total to 11 after two others set sail, ship tracking data show.

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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 23, 2010
  • CSCL loses US$950 million after $19 million profit in '08
  • China's quarterly port volume points to strong recovery
  • Transpacific rate rise 6pc in 7 days - 73pc in 12 months
  • CSAV quarterly loss narrows, new ships put on top 10 list
  • Asia Latin America Express Service calls at Shekou
  • Yang Ming returns to Australia, tagging on to CKA loop
  • Singapore Maritime Week open Sunday to Friday
  • Maersk launches Halifax-Rotterdam live lobster service
  • Warning: Email consumer scam purportedly from FMC
  • Kuehne + Nagel quarterly profit up 2.3pc on 7.3pc more sales
  • Ceva wins 5-year delivery contract with Turkey's Interpsor
  • Hamburg Sud takes delivery of 2,000 Daikin reefer boxes
  • EU airports open as air cargo world struggles with backlogs
  • Hewlett Packard exec checks out Chongqing airport facilities
  • Industry players expect air cargo to hit 2007 peak this year
  • Shijiazhuang launches air transshipping service via Kunming
  • More airlines likely to scrap all-cargo fleets: poll

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 23, 2010
  • Box shipping not out of murky waters yet, cautions Drewry
  • Exporters fear over $ 1 bn may evaporate with volcanic ash
  • Grapes of wrath as EU slams doors on Indian shipments
  • Move to import 9,000 tonnes of pulses
  • Dumping duty on Chinese auto parts imports resented
  • Indore SEZ posts 15 pc growth with Rs 64 cr more exports
  • Marginal dip in cashew exports
  • Exim Bank inks MoC with BRIC peers
  • Dumping duty slapped on import of air-conditioning gas
  • 5th POL berth at New Mangalore Port gets MoS approval
  • Panel calls for review of tax and duty exemptions granted to SEZs
  • Gujarat SEZs brush aside recession to post awesome 400 pc growth
  • Direct tax mop-up misses target
  • Rupee appreciation against euro sends tea exporters into tailspin
  • IMF sees India's success story surging forward with 8.75 pc growth & biz boom
  • BCHAA goes down memory lane with S. S. Hussain

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 21, 2010
  • Vopak Horizon Fujairah expands in UAE
    With the growing demand and development of a refining centre in the Middle East region, the port of Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates is steadily evolving from a regional&n...
  • US army plumps for Anham in the Middle East
    The US army has changed its logistics service provider in the Middle East. The US Defence Logistics Agency awarded a new 18-month contract to Anham LLC, based in Dubai (U...
  • DB Schenker terminal in Salzburg starts operations
    The most modern forwarding terminal in DB Schenker's European land transport network has opened in Bergheim, near Salzburg (Austria). Around EUR 26 million was invested in the term...
  • European air traffic beginning to normalise
    Europe's aviation industry is not being threatened by new emissions of volcanic ash from Iceland for the time being. On Wednesday morning the meteorological institute ...
  • Geisseler Transport AG adapts organisation structure
    Geisseler Transport AG, a specialist for chilled and perishable logistics based in Pratteln near Basel (Switzerland), installed Marcel L'ubli as its operations manager on 1 April. ...
  • Cebu Pacific Air orders seven more A320s
    Manila-based Cebu Pacific Air, which considers itself to be the Philippine's second flag carrier, has placed a firm order with Airbus for seven more A320 aircraft. The latest contr...
  • Tomsk airport gets international status
    The airport at the Siberian city of Tomsk, situated 200 km north of Novosibirsk (Russia), has been opened for international flights. The government of the Russian Federation approv...
  • Evergreen and Coscon to split ESA service
    To meet market demands, Evergreen Line and Coscon will divide the existing Far East and South Africa/ East Coast South American (ESA) service, which is operated jointly by both car...
  • Port of Felixstowe welcomes first cranes for Felixstowe South Terminal
    The port of Felixstowe (UK) has taken delivery of the first shipment of rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGs) from ZPMC for its new Felixstowe South Terminal. The brand-new 'eco-RTGs' ...
  • CKYH Alliance with "green" ambitions
    The CKYH Alliance (Cosco, K Line, Yang Ming, and Hanjin Shipping) held its 2010 summit meeting in Zhenjiang (China) on 15 April. The members, all fully aware of the severe challeng...

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 22, 2010
  • Louisiana prepares for pollution from rig sinking
  • Deepwater Horizon sinks in 5,000 ft of water
  • Riot at Indonesian shipyard
  • Nakilat Damen Shipyards Qatar set for multiple orders
  • Ballast water treatment system gains basic MEPC approval

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World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 22, 2010
  • Port of Tacoma sees jump in intermodal container lifts
  • Port of Vancouver, USA welcomes HYPERION LEADER
  • Holland America Line adding ecosystems protection program
  • Port of Seattle offers reward to ships burning cleaner fuel
  • Diana Shipping inks bulk vessel time charter

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 22, 2010
  • Marinvest plans to launch panamax tanker pool
    Marinvest seeks partners to launch company
  • MOL boxship unit will return to profit, vows Ashida
    Liner division to make ¥5bn by the end of financial year 2010-11
  • Limited trade finance threatens trade recovery
    ICC says it is essential that rules for trade finance be modified
  • Dry bulk earnings drive up Belships revenues
    Company posts revenues of $18.3m in first quarter of 2010
  • Tiger makes foray into box leasing
    Tiger Group Investments to launch new-style container leasing business

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Fairplayweb site
APRIL 22, 2010
  • USCG persists as rig burns
    CALM SEAS and warm water have given US Coast Guard officials hope that crew members missing after Tuesday's oil rig explosion in the US Gulf might still be alive
  • Cruise ships help UK tourists
    MORE THAN two thousand stranded British tourists set sail from Spain today aboard the Celebrity Eclipse cruise ship
  • Galp volumes no longer 'horrible'
    PORTUGUESE oil company Galp today reported rocketing trading figures for the first quarter of the year
  • Nordic seeks $41M in share sale
    DENMARK'S Nordic Tankers today said it is trying to raise $41M through a rights issue to pay for operations and investments
  • Rocket strikes Aqaba port
    A MILITANT rocket hit a warehouse at Jordan's Aqaba port today
  • Trade credit drought persists
    A SURVEY by the International Chamber of Commerce has revealed ongoing hurdles and cost constraints impairing global trade finance
  • Swedish Club shuffles reinsurance
    THE SWEDISH Club has put in place new reinsurance arrangements in a bid to reduce costs

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 22, 2010
  • C.H. Robinson Volume Rises, Revenue Falls
  • Weekly Rail Traffic Surges
  • Union Pacific Sees Rail Rates Firming
  • Werner Profit Jumps 36.4 Percent in Quarter
  • Shipments Rise 10.8 Percent at Knight Transportation
  • BNSF Opens Revamped Memphis Intermodal Facility
  • Cargolux Posts $153 Million Loss
  • CSX Says Passenger Rail Biggest Security Threat
  • Senate Starts Work on Water Resources Bill
  • Pa. Court Enjoins Rail Supplier Merger
  • L.B. Foster Profit Falls 41 Percent
  • Union Pacific Net Jumps 43 Percent
  • APL Appoints Seroka President for Americas
  • Antwerp Container Traffic Surges 15.9 Percent
  • China Shipping Posts 2009 Loss
  • Japanese Trade Fell 21 Percent in 2009
  • Port of LA Wins Earth Day Award

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
APRIL 22, 2010
  • CMA CGM upgrades Halifax box service
  • Deutsche Bahn to take over Arriva
  • Pirates to face Hamburg court, but extradition appeal lodged
  • CSCL posts USD1 billion loss
  • Davies Turner backs India

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 22, 2010
  • Profits slide at CMB
    Antwerp-based parent of Bocimar sees profits shrink in the first quarter amid rate rally in drybulk sector.
  • Flotilla swarms sunken rig
    Fire on Transocean's offshore oil rig Deepwater Horizon is extinguished during sinking as salvage vessels rush to contain oil spill.
  • Norden sees storm abating
    Chairman Mogens Hugo in upbeat mood as he predicts Danish owner set fair for growth.
  • Transocean braces for impact
    Fire fighters battle blaze in US Gulf while offshore owner gears up for financial fallout following drill rig explosion.
  • China Cosco slumps to loss
    Bulker and boxship wing of Cosco group blames waning freight rates and overcapacity for $1.1bn reverse.
  • Tax win lifts Grieg profit
    Camilla Grieg-led bulker owner post NOK1bn profit on tax rebate and booming consolidated revenues.
  • CSC Phoenix crashes to earth
    Chinese bulker owner slides to loss in 2009, but narrows deficit in first quarter this year.
  • 'We will blow up Samho Dream'
    Pirates issue fiery threat if $20m ransom is not paid for release of hijacked Korean VLCC.
  • Deep Sea fixes four in Russia
    Gazflot takes quartet of John Fredriksen-controlled anchor-handlers for up to 175 days in Sakhalin.
  • Antwerp port volumes rebound
    Key Belgian terminal posts 12.7% jump in cargoes through first quarter.
  • GSI grows as steel bill falls
    Hong Kong-listed Chinese shipbuilder pushes up first quarter profit as costs fall.
  • All Leisure counts the cost
    UK cruiseship operator says ash-related disruption means a '1.25m hit for the accounts.
  • New zip for Zeeland
    Dutch ports group "extremely pleased" by 15% volume jump in first quarter.
  • Nordic offers share sale bargain
    Danish tanker owner backed by shareholder Clipper as it seeks cash to drive consolidation in chemical tankers.
  • Colossal loss for CSCL
    China Shipping Group's containership operation racks up $951m deficit in dire 2009.
  • 'Lumpy seas' halt Shen Neng port call
    Tug lines broken in failed attempt to haul battered Chinese bulker to Australian port of Gladstone.
  • Safmarine crewman scalded
    Accident probe reveals incident involving very hot water on Safmarine Nuba alongside in Rotterdam.
  • 14 missing after ship capsizes
    Thirteen people rescued following sinking of Chinese vessel at Shuibuya as search goes on for other survivors.
  • Samsung books a dozen
    South Korean shipbuilder secures order for nine aframaxes plus three options from Greek owner.
  • HHI bags record profit
    No sign of economic blues at Hyundai Heavy which posts huge first-quarter figures as costs fall.
  • Tug and barge recovered
    Shipowner confirms that both vessels have been recovered, but no word if they were hijacked.
  • Marinette wins research ship order
    US yard beats rival Halter Marine to government contract worth $74m.
  • TNK set to pay out more
    Shareholders in Teekay spin-off Teekay Tankers can expect a higher dividend in the first quarter.
  • DryShips ups notes offering
    George Economou's US-listed dry bulk outfit lifts convertible notes offering almost 50% to $220m.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 22, 2010
  • Bill proposes $300 million for Title XI
  • AHL Shipping to liquidate
  • Seroka to head Americas for APL
  • British air space "returning to normal"
  • Delta improves cargo profitability
  • Hub Group reports earnings jump
  • Railinc upgrades car location message
  • C.H. Robinson: Profit down, revenue up
  • Hyundai to import cars through Philadelphia
  • Tacoma container volumes lag other ports
  • Antwerp Q1 box volumes near '08 level

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 22, 2010
  • Biodiesel now fueling BC Ferries fleet
    Working alongside Chevron to ensure vessel operations are not compromised.
  • Prices little changed in bunker hub
    No clear trend across European bunker markets on Thursday.
  • Bunker markets mixed as crude softens
    Fujairah firmer after cargo gains.
  • Surging inventories have limited impact
    Crude and products market looks to be ahead of itself.
  • Kittiwake providing lube oil analysis
    Independent service will have 'extremely fast' turnaround times.
  • Container freight makes 'dramatic recovery'
    Antwerp says container volumes close to pre-recession levels.
  • No fresh bunker leaks from damaged bulker
    Attempts to bring Shen Neng 1 into the Australian port of Gladstone are temporarily abandoned.
  • Prices continue to rise at key ports
    Japanese oil majors taking last orders around April 23 before the Golden Week holidays next week.
  • CMA CGM takes delivery of 'eco' container-carrier
    8,500 TEU container ship can sail at 'super eco-speed'
  • Singapore fuel oil stocks at a fresh high
    Middle distillate stocks rise to 11-week high.
  • Brightoil starts sale of MGO in Shenzhen
    Bonded MGO demand to increase over the next few months.
  • Fewer pirate attacks recorded in Q1
    67 piracy incidents reported in first quarter of 2010, with Somali pirates responsible for more than half.
  • Chinese bulker moving to Gladstone port
    Ship that damaged the Great Barrier Reef expected to arrive at the port on Thursday.
  • China to see 22% or higher annual increase of bonded bunker consumption during 2010-2014
    Demand predicted to jump 270% by 2014, compared to 2009 levels.

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