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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 26, 2010
  • Dalian Port raises US$857 million in Shanghai IPO
  • Carriers download Panama Canal fee hike on shippers
  • APL launches quick-sailing third China/SE Asia loop calling at Chiwan
  • SITC orders four 1,100-TEU ships from Yangfan Shanghai
  • Dutch firm to salvage stricken Tiger Spring near Calcutta
  • Matson island-mainland box rate up US$120/westbound, $60/eastbound
  • Tesco to quadruple China sales to US$6.4 billion by 2015
  • CEVA invests in growing UK home delivery business
  • Maersk reaches out of court settlement with UK retailer Argos
  • Nigerian customs find arms, ammo concealed in FEU
  • Changi air cargo up 13pc to 1.5 million tonnes in 2010
  • Korea seeks to avoid US anti-lithium battery air cargo ban
  • German Transport Ministry purges sloppy air cargo handlers
  • Evergreen air crew to vote on strike on December 1

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 26, 2010
  • Alastair Evitt takes over as President
  • German chosen fiata Young International Freight Forwarder of Year
  • InterManager develops standard measurement tool' for shipping industry
  • SCI aid for upgrading neonatal unit facility in TMC hospital
  • 1 lakh tonnes of Pusa Basmati to be exported
  • Port maritime business conclave today
  • Port of Hamburg appoints representative in Mumbai
  • Frequent policy changes prompt box train operators to hold back investments
  • Transporters threaten all-India indefinite strike from Dec. 5
  • CITI demands curbs on cotton exports
  • India plays vital role in sustaining global economies
  • Adani Power synchronises fourth 330 MW unit at Mundra

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2010
  • DHL Supply Chain enters partnership with Sika in UK
    DHL Supply Chain has won a contract from the Swiss company Sika, a worldwide manufacturer of speciality chemicals for construction and industry, to carry out warehouse and inventor...
  • Hellmann new logistics provider for Özler plastics production
    A Hellmann Worldwide Logistics warehouse in Lehrte near Hanover (Germany) recently became a supply base for Turkish plastics manufacturer 'zler. Özler won a contract to supply a la...
  • Norbert Dentressangle secures Marlow Foods contract
    The French logistics service provider Norbert Dentressangle has secured a major new frozen warehousing and distribution contract with Marlow Foods. Marlow Foods, a division of Prem...

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2010
  • U.S. court convicts five Somalis of piracy

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World Wide Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2010
  • PIERS date reveals US toy imports growing
  • Evergreen Line to begin vessel sharing deal with MCC
  • APL Logistics hiring pair of intermodal experts
  • Marcon brokers sale of Island Tug & Barge vessel
  • Boeing set to purchase Summit Aeronautics Group

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2010
  • CMA CGM signs $500m Yildirim deal
    Turkish consortium will take 20% of container line and three seats on the 10-member board
  • CMA CGM close to sealing debt deal
  • Confidence grows over CMA CGM debt deal
  • CMA CGM approaches French government for cash injection
  • Maersk ready to take plunge on 18,000 teu newbuildings
    Chinese yards overlooked as Danish line turns to South Korean competitors
  • Maersk in giant boxship order talks
  • Boxships set to get 'bigger and bigger'
    Germanischer Lloyd's Hermann Klein predicts first 18,000 teu ship orders imminent
  • Maersk in giant boxship order talks
  • North Sea states sign pollution strategy
    Bonn Agreement formally adopted to address prevention, preparedness and response...
  • MEPC 61 conclusions at a glance

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Fairplayweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2010
  • Seafarer dies on hijacked ship
    A SEAFARER has died on board a Greek tanker being held by Somali pirates, the ship's manager said today
  • More arms seized in Lagos
    NIGERIAN security forces have reportedly seized another cache of weapons at the port of Apapa in Lagos
  • Bulker evades pirates
    A BULKER has evaded pirates in the Arabian Sea, EU NAVFOR reported today
  • PM takes Vinashin blame
    VIETNAM'S Prime Minister has admitted the government's responsibility for failures that almost led to the collapse of shipbuilder Vinashin, IHS Global Insight reported today
  • EU adopts new passenger rights
    THE EUROPEAN parliament and European Council have formally adopted a regulation giving new compensation rights to passengers using water transport
  • VLCC, Suezmax rates drop
    SPOT RATES for VLCCs and Suezmax tankers have fallen due to the US Thanksgiving holiday and oversupply in the Persian Gulf, analysts said today
  • Most Sky crew leave UK
    CREW MEMBERS who arrested their Turkish vessel over unpaid wages in the UK last week have now received payment and tickets to return to Turkey, Fairplay was told today
  • Melbourne box volumes surge
  • Nordic Tankers sees slow recovery
  • Limited impact seen from Oz deal
  • Zim swings to profits in 3Q
  • Crew grilled over fleeing ship
  • Montara report slams operator
  • South Oz to join LNG rush
  • NZ FPSO suspected of leaking

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2010
  • CMA CGM Strikes $500 Million Investment Deal
  • Truck Tonnage Edges Up 0.8 Percent

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2010
  • Owners told to take LNG more seriously
  • Koper set to reach 40% growth this year
  • Soaring profits at MISC, but rate volatility the challenge
  • Transpac spot rates slump to lowest point since April
  • A nasty toxic surprise awaits importers

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2010
  • Saade bags Yildirim cash
    Jacques Saade-led liner giant CMA CGM finally lands $500m investment from Turkish group for large stake.
  • Maersk Line plots mega order
    Danish giant readies $4bn newbuilding splash for 20 of the largest boxships ever built.
  • Iranian VLCC attacked
    NITC super tanker Hadi comes under grenade fire from pirates in Somali Basin but escapes capture.
  • BP in VLCC charter victory over NSCSA
    Saudi owner's claim for demurrage and bunkers for change of berth fails.
  • Bonus boost for ASL Marine
    Singapore offshore shipowner to increase liquidity by issuing four new shares for every 10 held.
  • Owners have dug a deeper hole
    Dry-bulk trough will stretch beyond 2012 thanks to this year's order rush, Arctic warns.
  • Star defeats JFC's legal 'hijack' bid
    Norwegian reefer owner succeeds in preventing chartering dispute being fought in Russia.
  • Crewman dies on seized Greek ship
    Filipino seafarer onboard Paradise Navigation's hijacked tanker Polar said to have died from a stroke.
  • Malaysian port volumes soar
    Growth at Port Klang helps boost cargo-handling figures to the end of October.
  • Sweet swing for Zim in Q3
    Sammy Ofer-controlled container line was back in the money during the third quarter.
  • Japan Club aims for high renewal rise
    Tokyo based P&I mutual sets general increase for 2011 at double the level of highest charging rival.
  • Fearnleys cuts Frontline to sell
    John Fredriksen-led tanker owner dropped from buy to sell by Norwegian finance house.
  • Panama Canal expects traffic rise
    Key waterway forecasts modest rise in transits in 2011 as it puts prices up.
  • MOL books VLOCs at USC
    Japanese giant has ordered two large ore carriers on the back of long term charters from Brazil's Vale.
  • Most Sky crew win wages
    ITF helps eight seafarers recover back-pay on "squalid" Turkish-controlled cargoship in UK.
  • Nordic tags tanker tipping point
    Market balance will not shift in the favour of owners until the second half of 2011 at the earliest, Danish owner says.
  • Crew safe after ro-pax capsizes
    Ali Riza Deniz drags anchor and partly sinks after coming out of lay-up in Istanbul.
  • Evergreen goes to Bangladesh
    Taiwanese line teams up with MCC to launch feeder run from Malaysia.
  • Greek bulker evades pirates
    Newport-managed Pagona survives four pirate boarding attempts in Arabian Sea attack.
  • SITC orders more feeders
    Yang Shaopeng-led liner operator has bolstered its fleet with four more feeder newbuildings.
  • Tananger towed after engine trouble
    Norwegian cargo ferry gets into difficulty off Bodo but rescue boat brings it into port.
  • Black widows found on boxship
    Stevedores in Guam get a nasty shock on board Matson vessel Manukai.
  • Foolish pirates found guilty
    Attack on US missile frigate off Seychelles on 1 April leaves five Somalis facing life sentences.
  • Tanker Pac in FPSO spill
    Owner confirms that FPSO Raroa was involved in small release of crude oil off New Zealand.
  • Master loses focus in frame smash
    Arrival of agent distracts Multraship captain, contributing to accident in Southampton.
  • Hedland ore shipments up
    Iron exports from the world's largest bulk exporting port rise by over 15% year-on-year.
  • One injured on Italian bulker
    Canadian forces rush to Augustea panamax Pan Uno after Filipino injured in nine-metre fall.
  • Rowan wins Xcite charter
    US drilling company set to fix deepwater jack-up rig Rowan Norway for North Sea contract.

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2010
  • Stena Bulk charters two ice class aframaxtankers
    Stena Bulk has signed contracts for up to six months' time charter of two ice class (1A) aframaxtankers with delivery in December. This is as part to secure their contracts
  • Lisco Gloria drydocked
    The burned out ro-pax ferry Lisco Gloria has now been released by the investigation authorities and is placed in a drydock at Fayard's facilities at Odense. The vessel has

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 25, 2010
  • Bunkerworld Business Exchange examines future of shipping
    Speakers share their predictions on shipping's prospects in the coming decades, the effect of regulations on cost and fuel supply, and alternatives.
  • Fujairah bunker market firms
    Suppliers report deliveries available for supply up to and including December 5 in Durban.
  • Double digit gains for Europe prices
    Market quiet due to US Thanksgiving holiday.
  • Klaipeda terminal to increase shipments of Russian fuel oil
    Contract with Gazprom will guarantees deliveries in summer and winter.
  • Petrobras: New trader in-charge of Singapore office
    Daniel Filho will replace Andr' Maximo, who is moving to the Petrobras Rotterdam office.
  • New storage terminal for Las Palmas
    ABS plans to launch bunker supply operation within two years.
  • Calls for bunker barges to be moved
    Karachi Port Trust says it is under pressure to provide berths for bunker vessels.
  • Fos-Lavera bunkering 'back to normal'
    Backlog of tankers has cleared.
  • Singapore onshore fuel oil stocks at 11-week high
    Volumes due to arrive at republic in November 14% lower than figure seen in October.
  • Bunker prices climb in Asian ports
    Demand average at key Asian bunker ports, according to traders.
  • Shell deploys double-hulled bunker barge in Sydney
    Whitnavigator will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week to 'eliminate delays,' according to company VP.
  • IFO avails in Tokyo Bay 'tight' until month-end
    Bunker suppliers run out of November inventories.
  • Ship management firm eyes opportunities in bunker sector
    Seeking to time charter out more of its vessels to bunker operators 'in Singapore or elsewhere'.
  • Shipping firms commit to fuel switch in Hong Kong
    Participating members to use fuel with 0.50% sulphur content.




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