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The Business Timesweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2004
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  • China drafting strategic port development plan
    CHINA is taking steps to bring port development under national control as individual provinces compete for investment in the booming sector, a press report said here yesterday.
  • China may top in '04 port volumes
    CHINA's port throughput has continued to increase, ranking the first in the world in 2004, according to the Ministry of Communications.
  • Philippine operator bags Japanese job
    THE Philippines' largest port operator has bagged another offshore contract following a competitive bidding, and this time the container cargo terminal in Naha, Okinawa, Japan.
Port Shots
  • Port Shots
    THE Kenya Ports Authority has vowed to step up efforts to curb rampant cargo theft at the Mombasa port, about 500 km south-east of the capital city of Nairobi, The Sunday Standard newspaper reported.

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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2004
  • SITC launches new service to Vietnam
  • DFDS buys Eurospeed
  • Global port congestion blamed on several factors
  • Coscon wins award
  • Inconsistent regulations causing mayhem for China's logistics industry
  • Safmarine offers new service between Mumbai and Salalah
  • China needs to expand rail network to cope with demands
  • World air freight surges 13 per cent
  • UPS completes takeover of Menlo
  • China Eastern to buy eight Boeing aircraft
  • Eva takes delivery of sixth new A330-200

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2004
  • MSC upgrades Australia/New Zealand services
  • Hamburg Sud to launch new S-E Asia-Australia service
  • Hapag-Lloyd, NYK to launch US East Coast/South America service
  • ENOC commissions Dubai Drydocks to build 4 tankers
  • ECU-Line offers weekly service to Kuwait
  • Asia/WCSA Forum announces business plan for 2005
  • Cadet training norms for companies opting for tonnage tax regime may be notified this week
  • Shipping Ministry in favour of govt retaining 75 pc stake in SCI
  • Capt. Ramesh Khare joins P&O Nedlloyd as Sr Adviser, Infrastructure (India)
  • DGS gives PLL 10-yr permission for in-chartering SS Raahi
  • Shubham Shipping sets new single-day bauxite loading record at Mundra Port
  • Chowgule Bros. establishes new bagged rice loading record at Kakinada port
  • Thailand assures 100 pc Customs duty exemption in 2006
  • Spices Board to take part in 5 global fairs
  • JNPT move for container tracking system via SMS
  • Rs 10-cr. cargo damage estimated at Chennai Port; operations suspended
  • Railways freight earnings up by 8.92 pc in April-Nov.
  • Lalu explains reasons for freight rate hike on bulk commodities
  • Forex reserves dipped by $ 1,020 million
  • Gold loan repayment period for EOUs, SEZs raised
  • ECGC to cut insurance cover for exporters
  • 10-year tax holiday likely for food processing units
  • Rs 195 cr. road projects for Chennai approved
  • Ordinance soon on amended SEZ policy
  • 5 pvt. agencies to provide inputs on replacement of DEPB scheme
  • Traders threaten all-India strike against service tax
  • Apeda certificate made mandatory for meat, products exports

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World Wide Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2004
  • Panama Canal Authority renews MOUs with US ports
  • Boeing nets contract for submarine navigation system
  • Hamburg Sud making moves to place vessels under German flag
  • NYK joins Hapag-Lloyd in US East Coast/SAm service
  • TSA finds Haitian airport fails to meet security standards

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2004
  • Tidal waves shut Asian ports
    Executives assess damage to ships, installations in India and Sri Lanka.
  • Deutsche Post may lose monopoly
    In potentially good news for FedEx and UPS, a German news magazine reported that the German government will not extend Deutsche Post's monopoly for delivering letters beyond 2007.
  • Bilateral deals present challenge to WTO
  • Russia, China to upgrade rail network
  • Ukraine's transport minister found dead
  • Port of Miami reports mixed results
  • WTO sides with Korean shipbuilders
  • Asiana Airlines boosts cargo business
  • US-Europe conference retains bunker charge

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2004
  • The impact on shipping
    Catastrophic nature of disaster likely to sustain strong freight rates, says Precious' Khalid Hashim.
  • Ports bare the brunt
    Shipping appears to have escaped the worst after massive earthquake sends tidal waves across southern Asia.

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2004
  • Arvid Svensson largest owner in Broström
    Shipinvest Intressenter AB, a company with owning and adminstration of shares in the G'teborg based tanker owner Broström as its ...
  • Ports close after Tsunami disaster
    Several ports in Southeast Asia have been closed after having been hit by the Tsunami waves that killed more than ...
  • Demolition all-time-high for Norwegian tanker
    A tanker built with 20 per cent stainless steel caught the highest demolition price ever just before Christmas. A huge ...

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