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The Business Timesweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2010
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  • Rickmers bags extension on ship's charter
    Chilean carrier Compañía Sudamericana de Vapores (CSAV) has declared its option to extend the charter of MV Kaethe C Rickmers for an additional 12 months, Rickmers Trust Management (RTM), the trustee-manager of Rickmers Maritime, announced yesterday.
  • DryShips to buy 12 tankers for US$770m
    DryShips Inc, a Greek owner of deep-water drilling rigs and vessels that haul iron ore and coal, says it has agreed to purchase 12 tankers for US$770 million from a Korean shipyard.
  • Heavy rains seen dampening freight rates
    Freight rates for panamax bulk carriers on key Asian routes are expected to fall to fresh 2010 lows this week as heavy rains disrupt coal operations and dampen vessel demand in Australia, shipbrokers said last Thursday.
  • Baltic Dry Index expected to slip

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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2010
  • Maersk Line offers high volume WCSA feeder loop
  • Jiangyin's cross-strait cargo volume hit 1 million tonnes
  • Shandong's port throughput up 18 pc in first 11 months
  • China expects foreign trade to top US$2.9 trillion this year
  • Qingdao port's box volume up 25.6 pc in the first 11 months
  • Shanghai's Waigaoqiao terminal phase 6 commences operation
  • Charleston Port sees box volume rise 14pc in November
  • DB Schenker Logistics offers mobile shipment tracking on iPhone
  • PPG honoured as a top 100 medium-sized company in Uganda
  • DP World gains procurement excellence accreditation
  • Ocean World Lines moves US$40 million sculptures, Barcelona to Savannah
  • DB Schenker to open Bern office in January
  • Russia's ABC take on Traxon Europe
  • Continental Airlines, Spanair to codeshare flights
  • Morpho Detection wins 4th TSA order for explosives trace detection system

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2010
  • 29 ships with 363 people held captive by Somali pirates
  • Box traffic at Marseilles port surges 15 pc in November
  • CKYH to launch 6th Far East-N. Europe service
  • Hapag-Lloyd to cancel Kemi port direct feeder service, adjust North-East Asia to Australia capacity
  • Höegh Autoliners bolsters coverage in East Asia
  • Italian freight forwarders' team visits BCHAA office
  • Kolkata feeder operators impose surcharge of $ 150/TEU, $ 300/FEU
  • Maersk Line restores suspended Asia-Europe AE-9 loop
  • OOCLs direct China-Red Sea service
  • Safmarine upgrades Far East to East Africa, West Africa network
  • Shipbreaking resumes at Alang
  • Supertanker surplus sinks
  • Customs Act to be amended for destroying toxic materials lying at Ports
  • Dhamra port to implement new Rly initiatives
  • Electric RTGs installed at Adani container terminal
  • Rail freight charges hiked
  • Ficci seeks sops to tap potential of technical textiles industry
  • India is new kid on the block!
  • Several infrastructure sectors fail to meet target set for April-Oct.
  • 2010 sees the rise of India & China

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2010
  • Thai Thoresen ship hijacked

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World Wide Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2010
  • Department of Transportaton year in review

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2010
  • Report: TSA Investigates Forwarder Security Lapses
  • Cat Logistics to Add Dubai Distribution Site

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2010
  • Hijack fear for German ship
    Pirates using Greek tanker Motivator board German vessel off Gulf of Aden but crew hide in citadel.
  • U-Sea eyes Ultrabulk move
    Per Lange-led owner "investigating synergies" with Chile's Ultrabulk in further expansion bid.
  • Marida Marguerite almost free
    German tanker and 22 crew close to freedom as Somali pirates count reported $5.5m ransom.
  • Sevmash appeals Odfjell ruling
    Russian yard takes case against Odfjell over axed tanker contracts to St Petersburg court.
  • Saudi saves in SLS swap deal
    NSCSA offshoot National Chemical Carriers buys back tanker newbuildings it had axed at Korean yard.
  • Keppel makes hay with deal trio
    Livestock carrier and offshore vessel contracts push orders at Keppel Offshore past $2.4bn.
  • Case and co in clover
    Top brass at shipbroker Clarksons pick up performance share awards worth a total of $2.4m.
  • DSME aims for bumper year
    Korean builder Daewoo looking to bag $11bn of orders in 2011 as newbuildings stream in.
  • Vinashin misses payment
    State-owned Vietnamese shipbuilder is said to have failed to meet a $60m loan payment deadline.

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2010
  • Sevmash appeals Arkhangelsk ruling
    The Russian state-owned shipyard Sevmash has appealed the recent ruling by the state commercial court in Russian Arkhangelsk, which approved Odfjell's application concerning the "recognition and enforcement" of the
  • Rederi Ab Fakir buys tugs
    The Turku-based shipping company Rederi Ab Fakir has bought the tugs Kari and Aulis from Neste Shipping Oy. The Kari will be renamed Artemis and the Aulis will be

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2010
  • Dual-fuel engines increase in popularity
    Dual-fuel engines seen as beneficial as it offers the benefits of decreasing noxious gas emissions, as well as having economical advantages.
  • Greater push for short sea shipping in 2011
    European Commission backs a blue belt area that will focus on avoiding competitive distortions.
  • Fujairah bunker market firms
    Most suppliers in Durban quoting on enquiry for the time being.
  • Bunker prices stable in Rotterdam and Hamburg
    Some suppliers are able to serve prompt deliveries.
  • Fuel saving remains an imperative, says Maersk
    Customers 'will ask for us to be more environmentally friendly.'
  • No plans by OPEC to intervene as oil prices rise
    Crude oil remains close to two-year high; some analysts predict $100 a barrel 'soon'.
  • Ship suffers fire during switch to low sulphur fuel
    Reports say burner-management system damaged.
  • IFO prices firming at key ports
    Players at key Asian ports see below average demand for bunkers.
  • Singapore bunker prices at year highs
    Singapore players say shipowners lifting bunkers elsewhere.
  • Japan's Mitsubishi eyes oil storage facility in Fujairah
    The company considers Fujairah's strategic location a potential site for its storage business.
  • Sinopec Zhoushan bunker sales volume to break 100,000 mt
    Company post 80,000 mt increase of bunker sales in November.

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