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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2013
  • Difficult task ahead for FMC in probing shipping alliances: Drewry
  • Construction starts on Sichuan's Chengdu-Kunming double-track railway
  • China Development Bank lends US$24.69 million to foster Vietnam trade
  • Cargotec's Kalmar sells more cargo gear to Ethiopia logistics facility
  • Portugal raises US$783 million in sale of national postal service CTT
  • Food hurdles block Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership talks
  • Vanguard Logistics opens office in Peru to cater to growing demand
  • Symbionics, Pan Am Flight Academy pass pilot trainees on online similator
  • ICAO: 2013 global air cargo up 1pc, Asia-Pacific holds 31pc market share
  • IAG Cargo announces 2014 routes for its new sensitive B787 and A380
  • Dupont introduces triple action air cargo covers to keep pharma cool

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 26, 2013
  • "K" Line to invest in 4 more next-generation car carriers
  • GE Shipping intends raising FII investment limit to 30 pc
  • NYK to build Japan's first LNG-fuelled tugboat
  • Shipping industry has shown great resilience: InterManager President
  • UASC augmenting its fleet with mega box vessels
  • Iran asks India to do away with banking curbs
  • Top 25 countries of import (values in $ million)
  • Relief to highway developers to take longer
  • Enhance manufacturing activity to boost exports, says Sharma
  • INR turns weak on month-end dollar demand
  • European Commission proposes a common approach to violations of EU Customs law
  • GMR Energy & IFC to develop 600-MW hydropower project in Nepal

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 26, 2013
  • Antarctic expedition ship stuck in ice
  • EU takes chair of antipiracy group
  • Ocean Rig takes delivery of drillship
  • Brittany Ferries set to order LNG fueled ferry
  • "K" Line adds to PCC newbuilds

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World Wide Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 26, 2013
  • FMC announces compromise deals from pair of car carrier companies
  • Bunge chairman stepping down from post on board of directors
  • New Ragsdale exhibit on display at Portland International Airport
  • "K" Line orders four more next generation car carriers
  • NOL Group taps Simon as APL Logistics president

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 26, 2013
  • Banana suit closes without appeal
    Del Monte Fresh Produce has agreed to dismiss a more than $1.5m court fight over allegedly bad bananas.
  • Epic charters in duo
    Epic Gas has wasted little time in expanding its fleet with the addition of two more 11,000-cbm LPG carriers.
  • AdvanFort 35 make bail
    All of the arrested crew members and armed guards from an AdvanFort anti-piracy ship have been freed on bail.
  • Shares march upward
    Shipping shares rode a rising tide New York today as upbeat data lifted broader stock markets.
  • TBS moves on award
    TBS is asking a US federal court for a $1.12m judgement after scoring an arbitration win over a contract of affreightment (COA) with United Quarries (UQ).
  • An icebound Christmas
    Passengers on an expedition cruise and research ship trapped in Antarctic ice will not see their first rescue vessel until Friday, Australian authorities said.
  • OSX to take OGX shares
    OSX has struck a deal that will see its massive claim against OGX converted into shares in the sister oil company.
  • Hanjin offloads bulk arm
    Hanjin Shipping has agreed to sell a majority stake in its bulk shipping arm to a South Korean private equity fund.
  • D-Day for CSC Phoenix
    Without a positive court ruling on its restructuring plan, tomorrow will be the last day CSC Phoenix trades on the stock exchange.
  • Cosco gives go-ahead for orders
    Cosco's main stocklisted shipowning entity has given the start signal for its long awaited newbuilding programme.

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American Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 26, 2013
  • Johnson starts running DHS
  • YRC to reduce debt by $300 million
    YRC will meet a primary requirement of retiring at least 90 percent of the company's Series A and B Convertible Notes needed to satisfy a condition in the new Teamsters proposal, which is currently out for approval by employees.
  • NY Waterfront Commission turns back challenge
  • Shipping Coordinating Committee to hold open meetings
  • Major restructuring at Hyundai reported
    Press outlets have reported the Hyundai Group has announced a major restructuring plan, that will include selling financial assets and support for its shipping company, Hyundai Merchant Marine.
  • Hanjin spinning off bulk business
    Hanjin Shipping said it will raise 300 billion Korean won (KRW) ($283 million) by spinning off its dedicated bulk business into a joint venture.
  • NYK to build Japan's first LNG-fueled tug
  • 'K' Line doubles down on car carrier order
  • USDA moves to allow import of Brazilian beef
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service said it is proposing to amend its regulations to allow the importation of fresh beef from certain Brazilian states.
  • Agriculture secretary reports progress at JCCT
  • Hapag-Lloyd announces North America GRI
  • FMC hits 'K' Line, NYK Line with fines
  • Expeditors names Musser as CEO
  • Visions of infrastructure danced through their heads
  • Kinder Morgan buying tanker fleet
  • Maersk outlines Chinese New Year plans for Asia-North Europe trade
  • Record cargo loaded at Sept-Îles

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 26, 2013
  • Fujairah market sees prices climb
    Other regional hubs subdued as holidays continue.
  • Markets quiet on second day of holiday
    Little movement seen.
  • Fuel oil stocks fall
    Fuel oil exports to Asia down week-on-week.
  • 'Eco-ships are a global trend'
    Investing in fuel efficient newbuilds has become a 'critical way' for shipowners to cut costs.
  • Iranian officials repeat support for nuclear-powered ships
    Sanctions against Iran have limited the scope of government-controlled vessels to buy conventional bunker fuel.
  • LNG bunker fuel a focus in EU transport funding
    Proposals for TEN-T funding to be in by March 11.
  • Prices mixed at major Asian ports
    Supplies of bunker fuels mixed at key Asian ports on Thursday.
  • Output down at China's top ten fuel oil blending firms
    East China players affected by shrinking domestic bunker fuel market.
  • Concern over EU emissions monitoring discussions
    Lack of clarity among other issues pointed out by World Shipping Council.
  • Hueneme port positive over cold ironing project
    Project 'represents a giant leap forward for us and the community', says port CEO.




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