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The Business Timesweb site
APRIL 18, 2006
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  • NYK to take 4% stake in Dalian Port
    NIPPON Yusen KK, Japan's largest shipping company, will own 4.1 per cent of China's largest oil terminal operator in Dalian Port Co's HK$2.16 billion initial public offering, according to a sales document.
  • Japan says China shipping ban could violate UN Convention
    A reported Chinese ban on ship traffic around disputed gas fields in the East China Sea could violate the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, a top Japanese government official said yesterday.
  • Trip organiser blamed for Bahrain tragedy
    WITNESSES blamed the sinking of a Bahrain pleasure boat, which killed 58 people, on the trip's British organiser who forced the ship's captain to sail against his wishes, an attorney for the vessel's owner said.
  • Oil tanker earnings may fall on higher US inventories, say strategists
  • Indian firm to launch floating port
  • Tokyo bay collision

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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 18, 2006
  • Hanjin enters Singapore-Bangladesh feeder market
  • Cost escalation should be viewed as a concern for industry: analysts
  • NYK offers services incorporating its Amsterdam terminal
  • Israel-China BAF to be adjusted to US125 per TEU in May
  • SATS, Air India bag cargo terminal deal in India
  • Qantas, Air NZ to collaborate on flights, marketing
  • Airfreight logistics park to be built in Chengdu
  • SkyCargo expands European services

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 18, 2006
  • OEL's Orient Strength completes 100 voyages
  • G. P. Sinha joins Allcargo Global Logistics as CEO, Infrastructure Div.
  • Cost of hiring Aframax tankers plunging
  • Ship design centre plans upgradation
  • Reliance Petroleum may acquire VLCCs
  • Zim to launch new Asia-Gulf Express (agx) service from July
  • CMA CGM profit surges by 12.6 pc
  • Maersk Line inaugurates intra-Asia loop
  • Dongnama's China-Korea service starts SICT calls
  • Kalmar opens subsidiary company in S. Africa
  • Cosco earnings soar by 31 pc
  • Italia Marittima adds to network of shortsea/feeder services operating out of Taranto Container Terminal
  • New dedicated container port at Le Havre opened
  • NY/NJ sets cargo handling record
  • Hanjin to add Singapore-Bangla dedicated feeder service
  • Greenlog Network expands its business into Denmark
  • RCL posts record full-year profit
  • CSCL boosts capacity on popular domestic service
  • WTSA to hike freight rates for frozen vegetables
  • Textile exports post robust 26 pc growth in 2005-06
  • US Dept of Commerce rejects Indian seafood exporters' plea on technical grounds
  • Six-fold rise in export of pomegranates
  • Darjeeling tea set to go places
  • Proposed Posco port's impact on Paradip Port to be ascertained
  • Malaysian firm replaces DPW as technical partner in Gangavaram Port Ltd
  • GPPL draws up ambitious Rs 1,320-cr., 3-yr plan to develop Port Pipavav
  • Impressive show by ICD-Pithampur
  • Sai Maritime well-equipped to provide all types of logistics solutions
  • Railways' wagon leasing policy being laid out
  • ICD-Dighi commences handling perishables export cargo
  • Forex reserves crossed the $ 150-billion mark
  • New DEPB scheme to factor in unrebated taxes
  • Service tax collections exceed Customs revenue in Hyderabad!
  • CLE happy with changes in exim policy
  • AIEC:Simplified procedures, schemes consolidation welcome
  • PM to address CII annual session today
  • Indo-German Chamber to hold seminar tomorrow

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Maritime Global Netweb site
APRIL 17, 2006
  • Passamaquoddy Bay LNG row

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World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 17, 2006
  • Bellingham Port Commission to discuss waterfront redevelopment
  • Greenbrier announces quarterly dividend
  • Colonial Mexico in spotlight for Oregon/Washington residents
  • NOAA calls for applications for Ernest Hollings scholarship
  • Mitsui joins Leif Hoegh for LNG service in US

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 18, 2006
  • Little eyes Asia after taking Toll of Patrick in $4.2bn takeover
    AGGRESSIVE Australian logistics colossus Toll Holdings will turn its attention to East Asia after swallowing domestic rival Patrick Corp, chief executive Paul Little confirmed yesterday.
  • Horizon will charter five Ship Finance newbuildings
    US JONES Act container line Horizon has concluded negotiations to charter five newbuildings from Ship Finance International.
  • Palmali breaks ice to secure Lukoil products tankers sale
    TURKEY'S Palmali Shipping has finally concluded a long awaited deal with Russia's Lukoil to buy 10 icebreaker products tankers for $265m.

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 17, 2006
  • Lines upgrade Pacific Northwest service
    Carriers of the CKYH Alliance offer four new loops of operation, faster transit times linking Southeast Asia with ports of the Pacific Northwest.
  • New U.S. S. Atlantic service
  • Jamian leaving MARAD
  • Seattle, SSA to sign 30-year lease extensions
  • Maher opens Saturday gates
  • Investors sue Sea Containers
  • Mallory to manage North Dakota logistics hub
  • BAA rejects Goldman Sachs airports offer
  • Inouye to keynote containerization gala

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 17, 2006
  • Conversions net Cosco cash
    Orders stack up at Chinese yard Cosco Corp (Singapore) as owners desperately seek conversions.
  • NYK to take Dalian stake
    Japanese shipowner to take 4.1% stake in Chinese port's Hong Kong initial public offering.
  • K Line slips on fuel
    K Line of Japan set for profit slip-up as soaring fuel costs eat in to forecasted result.
  • Bells toll for Ozzie union
    Celebrations down under as Toll and Patrick finally settle their differences and tie the knot.
  • Labroy in double-order scoop
    Labroy Marine lands two more orders but keeps mum about the identity of the buyer.
  • Mercator moves into drilling
    Expanding Indian owner orders $180m jackup rig newbuilding from Singapore's Keppel FELS.
  • Russian 'terror plot' foiled
    Russian official collared in plot to blow up oil tanker in northern port of Murmansk.
  • Shipping ban hits Japanese fan
    Reported Chinese shipping ban in East China Sea has fanned Japan's flames of fury.
  • Boxship grounds in New York
    Hapag Lloyd containership refloated after less than two hours aground in the Kill Van Kull.

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American Shipperweb site
APRIL 14, 2006
  • "K" Line order crude carriers
  • MOL, Leif Hoegh form joint venture
  • Financing in place for new Horizon Lines ships
  • Freighter sinks in Tokyo Bay
  • COSCO adds Greek call to Asia/Mediterranean service
  • WITASS to lower Port of Spain, Trinidad congestion surcharge
  • Sea Consortium, Hanjin to start Singapore/Bangladesh feeder
  • Yang Ming creates Korean subsidiary
  • Group forms McLean center at Kings Point
  • Atlas Air earns profit
  • Swiss arranges Saudi wedding flight
  • U.S. grain companies balk at petition for short-line abandonment
  • Clayco completes Chicago warehouse project for pharmaceutical maker
  • U.S., Peru sign trade agreement
  • U.S., China to work on phytosanitary differences
  • BKA Logistics brings Alaskan salmon to needy in Guatemala
  • Mogelvang named executive vice president at Shipco
  • Greenlog Network moves into Denmark
  • SEKO names Goldberg COO
  • Port of Seattle extends lease agreements in terminals
  • ILWU says ID fix should cover all ports
  • Port of Tilbury dockers find stowaways in container
  • Jurong Port's box volumes down 2.7% in March

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 17, 2006
  • NYMEX: New closing record over $70
    Bullish exchange establishing new high as analysts predicting market will 'test' $75.
  • Brazil prices stay steady
    After last week's firming, Petrobras holds prices level and reporting good avails in main ports.
  • LA announces cold-ironing conference
    'The future to clean air' 3-day event to review port's alternative maritime power programme.
  • Halt to Volgo-Balt could slash fuel oil exports
    St Petersburg cargoes predicted to fall by 4 million tonnes unless canal is dredged.
  • Estonia: Officials want to raise vessel, remove fuel oil
    Worries persisting over possible pollution from sunken Russian ship.
  • Singapore: March bunker sales touch 2.3 million mt
    First quarter bunker sales volume posted more than 6.5 million mt, up 10% over March 2005.






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