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The Business Timesweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2010
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  • Somali pirates seize Thai bulk carrier
    Somali pirates on Saturday captured a Thai bulk carrier with its 27 crew members in the Arabian Sea, a maritime official said.

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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2010
  • DP World sells 75pc Oz ports business stake for US$1.5 billion
  • OOCL ups handling charges for China-Australia services
  • TOC Asia 2011 to be held in Tianjin in March
  • Nanjing Port attracts new shipping line after offering cash incentives
  • Fujian sea port box volume up 21.5 per cent in first 11 months
  • Ningbo port's box volume hit 12 million TEU
  • Virgin chief funds website to attack greenhouse gas from ships
  • CMA CGM, DP World take delivery of two cranes for Fos terminal
  • South Carolina mayors seek federal funds for Charleston dredging
  • China's Avic to buy Mobile, Alabama aircraft engine manufacturer
  • Emirates' flight industry hits two-year high
  • Volga-Dnepr and AirBridgeCargo pass emissions audit

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2010
  • A most comprehensive event on multimodal logistics
  • Asian voice in world shipping to be heard at Sing
  • IMSBC code to come into force on Jan. 1
  • InterManager welcomes accreditation scheme for maritime pilots
  • Singapore exempts liner shipping pacts from Competition Act for another 5 years
  • Exports to UAE free zones touch $ 30 bn
  • India, Canada aim at C$15-bn trade in 5 years
  • Alang remains paralysed
  • Stoppage of work at Mundra Port called off
  • VPTs new berths to bring down pollution
  • Air cargo growth to continue, but at a slower rate in 2011-IATA
  • Govt again puts off service tax on freight to April 1
  • KPCHAA seeks nod for stuffing/de-stuffing inside MPSEZ
  • $45-m World Bank aid for NHAI
  • Adani Power synchronises country's first supercritical 660 MW unit at Mundra
  • Apparel exports register modest growth
  • EGoM to decide on LPG, diesel prices
  • GDP to grow by 9.2 pc in 2010-11: CMIE
  • Iron ore exports drop by 30 pc in November
  • Struggling export sectors to get more incentives
  • Amit Goyal is head of Fieo, Western Region
  • Austerity becomes word of 2010
  • BRIC nations top in M&A deals
  • Eurozones balance of payments position worsened in Oct.-ECB

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World Wide Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 24, 2010
  • Traffic gains continue for US rail freight
  • Canadian National Railway taps Carty as new board member
  • Port association praises diesel emissions act passage
  • Boeing resumes testing of 787 Dreamliner

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Fairplayweb site
DECEMBER 24, 2010
  • DryShips unveils tanker spree
    GEORGE Economou-led DryShips has revealed a sweeping shift in strategy through the purchase of a dozen tanker newbuilds for $770M
  • India boosts port safety
    INDIA'S government has decided to implement all recommendations from an inquiry into last July's chlorine gas leak at Mumbai port
  • Arctic Sea six plead guilty
    SIX MEN accused of hijacking general cargo ship Arctic Sea last year have admitted all, or part, of their involvement in the seizure
  • SITC orders more box ships
    CHINA'S SITC Shipping has commissioned an unnamed Japanese shipbuilder to build two container ships for a total of $39.6M, it announced today
  • PSA-Panama opens
    PSA-PANAMA International terminal has begun operations after the arrival of its first vessel

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
DECEMBER 24, 2010
  • 2010 and all that jazz
    The year began with shippers continuing to enjoy the upper hand on rate negotiations with ocean carriers, and ended 2010 much the same; but in the middle, the nigh-bankrupt liners of 2009 bounced back, snatching the all important supply demand initiative away and even managing to convince their clients of a world-wide shortage of the ubiquitous multi-coloured boxes.
  • Maersk hikes South Asia/ME-Europe rates
  • NOL agrees financing deal for new ships
  • Allport and CS Logistics Holdings merge
  • Toll Group acquires McLaughlin Freightlines
  • Rail service improved between France and Spain

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 24, 2010
  • Another IRISL ship held over default
    More trouble for sanctions hit Iranian liner operator as containership held in Hong Kong.
  • New fight over AHTS delay
    Otto Marine seeks arbitration as final deadline missed for delivery of second vessel in more than $300m series.
  • Newbuilding market recovery gains pace
    Broker Clarkson calls an end to newbuilding recession as order numbers increase by a whopping 70%, with prices remaining stable.
  • NS United ready for first bulker order
    Newly formed Japanese shipping company NS United is preparing to make its first significant investment as it closes in on a deal with Fukuoka Shipbuilding.
  • Anchor Chang to head Evergreen
    Evergreen Marine Corp names new president as the company looks to expand on its massive newbuilding programme.
  • DryShips in 12 ship tanker splash
    George Economou ploughs into the tanker market with $770m deal with another spin-off ahead.
  • Genco in shelf registration
    Peter Georgiopoulos-led bulker owner is looking to raise up to $500m regulatory disclosure shows.
  • SITC increases orderbook
    Yang Shaopeng-led liner operator has bolstered its fleet with two more feeder newbuildings.
  • MAN wins China prop deal
    Engine builder to supply twin-screw complete propulsion packages for two new China rescue ships.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 24, 2010
  • Week ends with unchanged prices
    Crude prices remain flat as markets closed for the Christmas holiday.
  • Prices mixed in Fujairah
    Bunker products still tight in Durban.
  • Bunker market steady in Rotterdam
    Most suppliers fully booked for the Christmas period in Rotterdam.
  • Chinese newbuilds opt for fuel efficiency
    MAN Diesel & Turbo says engines allow bunker consumption 'to be optimised'.
  • Authorities probe bunker spill
    Bangladesh is preparing to take legal action after oil slick reported off Chittagong.
  • Oil trading firm sees income fall
    Markets have been 'challenging', says Trafigura.
  • Key ports see general rise in bunker prices
    Demand for bunkers below average at key Asian ports.
  • SK Energy starts offering bunkers for January 2011
    Earliest deliveries for bunkers from January 5 onwards.
  • Tight avails in Khor Fakkan
    Supplies to resume at normal levels 'early next year', says source.




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