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The Business Timesweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2010
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  • Sale of French assault ships to Russia criticised
    Since a low-key Christmas Eve announcement of a French sale of assault ships to Russia, high-level government deal-makers have boasted about the multimillion euro deal like it was a soccer game triumph.
  • Cosco strengthens its presence in Turkey
    China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company (Cosco), China's largest shipping group, has been strengthening its foothold in Turkey since entering the market in 1996.
  • Novorossiysk profit up 12% to US$233m
    Russia's largest port operator Novorossiysk said net profit climbed 12 per cent in the first nine months of the year as lower finance costs offset a slight fall in revenue.
  • Rain, train derailing hit Aussie coal exports

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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2010
  • Hainan POS, TS Lines add Oakland call to CAE service
  • Maersk, Safmarine add south China calls to Mashariki Express
  • Hanjin, STX Pan Ocean, Sinokor add capacity to joint FE-Middle East service
  • SITC offers service links Ningbo, Shanghai to 5 Japanese ports
  • MISC downsizes Malaysia-East Asia (MES) service
  • CN finishes first link in Chicago break-out line, sweetens locals
  • New money prompts Air China Cargo to double Shanghai-Tokyo flights
  • Weaker Asia air freight imports hints at retail electronics slowdown
  • American aircraft orders slump US$6.6 billion in November
  • TSA suspects OHL-Activair of skipping bellyhold screening

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2010
  • 2010: Year of the sea giants
  • FIPB to consider ABG Shipyard plan tomorrow
  • Home Ministry nod needed for ferry services to Maldives
  • Orient Box Movers celebrates 21 years of successful operations
  • Pipavav Shipyard, SAAB ink MoU for Defence works
  • JNPT wins 'Rajbhasha Shield' again
  • KPKS celebrates 53rd Foundation Day with gusto
  • VCTPL gets prestigious iso 28000 certification
  • Emirates SkyCargo operates longest non-stop Sydney-New York flight
  • Rlys hit hard by iron ore export ban
  • UN body registers Rlys project, to earn carbon credits
  • 27 MSME proposals cleared
  • Dhaka, Peru join India in opposing EU relief to Pak textiles industry
  • Export of pulses banned
  • FCI to boost storage capacity by 3.55 lakh tonnes
  • Food inflation rebounds to double digit zone
  • Man-made fibres exports may miss target
  • New IIP, WPI in offing
  • Spices exports earn 15 pc more in value during April-November
  • S. Africa invited to join BRIC grouping
  • Vinod Ladia elected Chairman of SRTEPC

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World Wide Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2010
  • Homeland Security Department presents Year in Review

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2010
  • Owners make contact with hijacked German general cargoship
    Ems River abducted by pirates northeast of the port of Salalah in Oman on December 27
  • Piracy preparation begins earlier as danger zone grows
  • Ransom payments escalate as Somali pirates up the ante
  • Safe rooms alone won't protect crews from pirates
  • Fremantle dockers strike could go national
    Maritime Union of Australia walkout over safety at work could spread to Albany,...
  • Navies use deter and disrupt tactics to beat...
  • Spain approves new ship inspection regulations
    Law seeks to improve health and safety on board ships and to ensure minimum standards...
  • A costly environment for owners
  • Transpacific freight rates end 2010 more than 50% up
    August rate peak after slow start to the year
  • Switch from banking pays admirably for Hanjin...

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Fairplayweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2010
  • Crystal alleges pod fraud
    CRYSTAL Cruises has filed suit against Mermaid pod providers Rolls-Royce and Converteam just as a jury verdict in the long-running Carnival pod case nears
  • Pirates exceed 2009 attacks in 2010
    NEW FIGURES from the IMB for 2010 today showed 436 reports of piracy and armed robbery, from 406 in 2009. in 2010
  • Beijing cuts rare earth shipment quota again
    CHINA has cut by 11.4% the quota of rare earth metals to be exported in bulkers during its first quota allocation for 2011
  • Floods hit coal, crops in Oz
    EXPORT supply chains for Australian coal are cut today and millions of dollars' worth of crops are lost because of floods inundating central and southern Queensland
  • Disaster triggers boom in Singapore's rig sector
    THE DEEPWATER Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico seems to be triggering a boom for Singapore's oil rig builders
  • PNSC acquires bulker
    PNSC SAID it has acquired a 2004 Panamax bulker, and plans to buy up to three more before 30 June
  • Anglo signs ore port deal
    ANGLO-American said today it has agreed to pay $7.10 per tonne to load iron ore at Brazil's Acu port, north of Rio de Janeiro
  • Keppel adds rig contract
  • Hanoi grants 0% loans
  • Russia to juggle duties
  • 12 sought from sinking
  • Singapore seen weathering inflation jump
  • West Oz bars lead exports
  • Strikes target Patrick docks
  • StealthGas gets newbuild funding

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2010
  • Grant Finalized For NS Crescent Corridor
  • Mica Calls for Greater Highway Efficiency
  • Groups Say GOP Rule Undermines Transportation
  • NY-NJ Port Authority Opts to Raise Bayonne Bridge
  • BC Transport Minister on Trade Investments with China (Video)
  • UASC to Hike Westbound Freight Rates from India
  • Port Everglades Container Volume Grows 9.6 Percent
  • Grant Deal Clears Project Aiding LA-Long Beach Ports
  • Diana Shipping to Spin Off Box Unit
  • Antwerp Box Traffic Jumps 16.1 Percent in 2010
  • Illinois Pact Preserves UP-Passenger Rail Plan
  • CSAV Triples Vessel Charter Payment
  • Large Ship Delivery Hit Record Numbers in 2010

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2010
  • BRIC to become BRICS
  • Belgian ports record differing results
  • CNCo confirms China contract for new multipurpose tonnage
  • Nigeria's ANLCA president wants action
  • US consumer confidence dips in December

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2010
  • DRYS rejects Cardiff connection
    DryShips CFO torpedoes reports tipping George Economou's Cardiff Marine as seller tied to $770m tanker transaction.
  • Norden in Geden 7 Up deal
    Danish operator cuts charter cost of handysize tankers by around half as it extends co-operation with Turkish owner.
  • Demolition total tumbles
    Bangladesh absence from the market takes it toll on scrap numbers but prices stay buoyant.
  • Germans poised to tango
    Bremerhaven shipyards move closer as MWB owner set to acquire 20% stake in Lloyd Werft held by Italians.
  • Sealink sips sales tonic
    Malaysian offshore syndicate poised to pocket $23m as yard unit offloads three offshore-support vessels.
  • China set for $300m order
    German joint venture closes in on order for pair of high-capacity wind farm installation vessels.
  • Somali pirates take 1,001 hostage
    Forty seven hijackings off Somalia so far this year led to huge hostage haul with over 600 still held, report claims.
  • Monsoon hits Aussie coal
    Force majeure declared at major Australian mines producing millions of tonnes of export coal.
  • New CFO for Ship Finance
    John Fredriksen-connected company appoints Orkla Finans head Eirik Eide as new money man.
  • Novoship escapes pirates
    Russian aframax spots suspects on Christmas Day after Indian bulker flees by firing back.
  • Ship sinks off Vietnam, 11 lost
    Search for more survivors from sunken Van Don 02 hampered by bad weather as 12 rescued.
  • Jobs lost at STX Finland
    Turku facility sees 180 axed with more likely at Rauma as work dries up at STX yards.
  • Anglo American in Brazil port deal
    Mining giant pours cash into joint venture iron ore terminal with Eike Battista with new 25-year deal.
  • Forex cut buoys NCSP bottom line
    Drop in foreign exchange items and cost reversals help Novorossiysk port to increased profit.
  • Genmar eyes fresh issue
    Peter Georgiopoulos-led tanker owner is looking to raise up to $500m according to SEC filing.

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2010
  • Alphaliner: Big box ship boom in 2011
  • NOL obtains loan for new ships
  • Ship Finance appoints Eide CFO
  • CBP's eCERT ready for Australian beef
  • Report details distribution center costs
  • Soy Transportation Coalition elects officers
  • Damco partners with Paramount Export
  • Port Everglades container volumes up 9.6%

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2010
  • Norden signs 3-year deal with Vattenfall
    The Danish shipping company Norden has entered into a 3-year transport contract with Swedish state-owned energy group Vattenfall. Norden will transport some 600,000 tons of wood ships from
  • Bulk carrier hijacked off Oman
    The German-owned bulk carrier Ems River has been hijacked by pirates some 175 nautical miles North East of Salalah, Oman. The vessel was on a voyage from Jebel Ali
  • Marida Marguerite released
    The chemical and product tanker Marida Marguerite, 13,168 DWT, has been released after several months in the hands of pirates, reports EU Navfor. The German-owned ship was hijacked on

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 29, 2010
  • Muted activity in major markets
    Rotterdam and Hamburg remained quiet on Wednesday.
  • Region sees modest price moves
    IFO quotes resumed in Durban but only for January dates.
  • UN trade monitor says seaborne trade is showing signs of recovery
    But oversupply of tonnage leaves freight rates depressed.
  • Indian refiner sells 380 cSt parcel for February loading
    Western arbitrage volumes to East Asia expected to be 'tight' for the next two months.
  • J. Lauritzen to celebrate retiring bunker manager
    Peter O. Sorensen to retire after more than 40 years in the business.
  • Russia goes ahead with rise in fuel oil export duties
    Russian fuel oil prices on international markets likely to climb.
  • Russian port operator sees profits climb
    Revenue from services, including bunkering, down year-on-year.
  • Bunker prices see general rise at key ports
    Average demand for bunkers at main Asian ports.
  • Supplier ready for business at Sohar port
    Able to provide 380 cSt grade, MGO and LSMGO, says General Manager of Matrix Marine.
  • South Korean suppliers halt spot market offers
    Tight avails in Busan lift 380 cSt bunker prices to a two-year high.
  • Titan extends date of storage unit's notes subscription
    China StorageCo will 'cease to be a subsidiary of Titan' if Titan's investment unit fails to exercise its option before the expiration date.

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