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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 3, 2014
  • Maersk is still confident that P3 will gain regulatory approval
  • CIMC to sell 286m shares in Hong Kong to raise US$503m
  • US corn shipments to China slow after rejections over GM
  • Shippers warned on Japan's 24-hour advanced manifest cargo rule
  • First wave of ship recycling rules goes into effect in Europe
  • Toll wins US$336 million deal to move soft drinks across Oz
  • Beijing Post, PayPal sign international logistics agreement
  • Russia hits cross-border online shoppers with fresh duties
  • Private business jet makers see sales in opening Chinese skies

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 2, 2014
  • Hanjin Shipping's bulk carrier unit to be sold for $ 283 m
  • Overall shipping confidence high in New Year
  • FTA partners fuelling engineering exports: EEPC
  • India exported 12 lakh t of sugar in 2012-13 marketing year, says Minister
  • RBD imports make more business sense than import of CPO, say refiners
  • Australia's iron ore shipments resume after cyclone passes
  • Ennore Port gets MoS nod to develop multi-purpose berth
  • Krishnapatnam Port Container Terminal achieves crane productivity record
  • SC Rly freight loading down by 1.5 mt
  • Adani Power's Mundra plant sets record in power generation
  • Commerce Ministry to take up issue of pending duty drawback
  • INR eases further on increased dollar buying
  • A fortune on silly nuts

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Marine Logweb site
JANUARY 2, 2014
  • Chinese helicopter rescues ice ship passengers
  • Nobu no go to be FPSO
  • Third Austal LCS is a first in two ways
  • USCG issues Marine Safety Alerts

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JANUARY 2, 2014
  • Panama Canal Authority responds to expansion concerns
  • International Maritime Organization warns of new regulations for 2014
  • Coast Guard medivacs ailing tug crew member
  • Horizon Lines files for general rate increase
  • Marine Response Alliance names Mahmood new manager

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 2, 2014
  • Panama Canal has 'Plan B' if building work is suspended
    But chief executive Quijano urges GUPC consortium to take advantage of independent arbitration outlined in the original $3.1bn project contract
  • Nairobi Wreck Removal Convention is one step away from ratification
    As Malaysia signs up DWF asks whether the drive will deliver its desired impact
  • Honour for Apostleship of the Sea stalwart
    UPDATED: Regular ship visitor McHugh receives an OBE
  • ACP reaffirms Panama Canal expansion completion
    Authority seeks to reassure customers as builders issue $1.6bn cost-overrun ultimatum
  • Goldenport ends 2013 with a third boxship sale
    Greek owner took advantage of strong prices to scrap nine-year-old MSC Anafi
  • IMO Solas and Marpol amendments come into force
    Changes establish safe crewing levels on passengerships
  • Western Australia ports reopen after cyclone
    BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Fortescue Metals resume loading
  • Marine insurance association boosts Shanghai's strategic goals
    Launch backs the city's drive to become a financial and logistics hub
  • Chinese helicopter lifts passengers from stranded Russian research ship
    Akademik Shokalskiy stranded in Antarctic since Christmas
  • MSC Monterey will sail on after provisional repairs
    Vessel anchored in Canada after its deck cracked as it sailed from Antwerp to Boston
  • Kinder Morgan acquisitions mark a strategic shift in US energy shipping
    Pipeline giant buys Jones Act firms American Petroleum Tankers and State Class Tankers

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Fairplayweb site
JANUARY 2, 2014
  • DryShips restarts equity offering
    George Economou-led DryShips has resumed its 'at-the-market share sale after a three-week hiatus in December 2013
  • Dispute threatens Panama Canal expansion
    Relations between the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) and the consortium building the expanded locks have reached a crisis point, with the historic project now in jeopardy of being halted
  • Frontline issues 1.19 million shares under ATM programme
    Frontline, the listed VLCC and Suezmax operator in John Fredriksen's business empire, issued 1,193,300 ordinary shares in December under an at-the-market (ATM) programme unveiled in June, the company said in a statement
  • Cargo ship fire extinguished
    Indian authorities successfully put out a fire on board Chinese cargo ship Fu Rong Song while it was off Mumbai port
  • Hyundai HI plan ship design arm
    Hyundai HI have disclosed plans to set up a new ship design unit by expanding its existing arm, Mipo Engineering
  • Nam Cheong grabs $66M order
    Nam Cheong (NCL), Malaysia's largest offshore builder, secured contracts for offshore support vessels worth an aggregate $66M
  • Drilling rig sinks at DSME yard
    Norwegian semi-submersible drilling rig Deepsea Aberdeen, which was being built for Odfjell Drilling, sank at the Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering shipyard in South Korea on 28 December
  • Vard rating neutral
    Singapore-based DMG & Partners Securities maintained its neutral rating on Vard, the Norwegian builder of offshore support vessels and offshore vessels, as its Brazilian operations will remain a drag on overall margins
  • CSBC inks two-ship deal at $50M
    Taiwan's top shipbuilder China Ship Building Corporation (CSBC) announced plans for an agreement with Singapore's Iseaco Investment (Iseaco) to build two ships at the price of $25M each

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 2, 2014
  • Panama Canal Mulls Plan B for Completing Locks
  • As Construction Rises, CRST Expands Flatbed Business
  • China Not Expected to Allow Blocked GMO Imports Until Spring
  • West Coast Volumes Strong in November
  • Deadline Nears for YRC Teamster Vote
  • NY-NJ Terminals to Close Friday
  • Panama Canal Rejects Lock Suspension Threat
  • Truckload Supply, Demand Likely to Stay 'Balanced' in 2014
  • Maersk Said Close to Selling 15 Supertankers As It Exits Non-Core Operations
  • MSC Monterey to Resume Aborted Antwerp-Boston Voyage

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 2, 2014
  • Peake appeals sentence
    Liner executive Frank Peake has filed an appeal challenging his conviction and prison sentence in the Puerto Rico price fixing scandal.
  • Kirby's musical chairs
    Kirby Corp finance chief David Grzebinski has added two more titles to his resume before the company hands him the chief executive role later this year.
  • Pressure for DryShips
    DryShips' share price could take a hit after the company announced an at-the-market (ATM) equity offering, an analyst said today.
  • Japan duo bin LNG pact
    Western Australia's long delayed Browse LNG project has suffered a further setback after two major Japanese customers pulled out of a deal to purchase volumes.
  • Battle in Panama
    The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has insisted that it is committed to completing its massive widening project as a fight with the lock construction consortium reached an impasse.
  • Batista's annus horribilis
    Eike Batista has claimed the dubious distinction of losing more money than anybody else during 2013.
  • CSBC scores two more
    CSBC Corporation has kicked off the New Year with an order for two more of its 1,800-teu boxships.
  • Capes fall over Christmas
    Capesize rates came down over the festive season and with flooding impacting exports from Brazil and Australia the signs are for a lower market at the start of 2014.
  • Rem renews PSV deal
    Rem Offshore has netted an extra two years work for one of its platform supply vessels (PSVs).
  • Free at last
    Having spent Christmas and the New Year on a ship trapped in polar ice more than 50 passengers have finally been air-lifted from a Russian vessel in Antarctica.
  • Alam eyes subsea drive
    Malaysian offshore vessel owner Alam Maritim Resources is on the verge of boosting its presence in the subsea sector with the addition of a new dive support vessel (DSV).
  • Capitol closes on IPO
    ASL Marine has edged a step closer to an IPO of its Indonesian unit after the country's financial services authority gave the green light to a listing.
  • TMT in handy sale
    A handysize bulker in the fleet of Taiwanese owner Today Makes Tomorrow (TMT) is reported sold to an undisclosed buyer.
  • Nisshin sells bulker
    Nisshin Shipping of Japan is said to have sold off a panamax bulker.
  • DSME offloads VLCC
    BW Offshore has revealed itself as the buyer of a VLCC from DSME shipping wing DK Maritime.
  • Strong start for Siem
    Siem Offshore has started 2014 on a bright note after securing a long-term contract with Petrobras.
  • HHI hopes for better
    Hyundai Heavy Industries is hoping it can continue a rebound in newbuilding orders into 2014.
  • BLT bins tanker
    Berlian Laju Tankers (BLT) has reportedly sold a tanker for demolition.

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American Shipperweb site
JANUARY 2, 2014
  • SITC opens second phase of Vietnam port warehouse
  • Van rates peak in final week of 2013
  • CMA CGM revises handling charge
  • Marine Response Alliance relocates to Houston
  • Contract dispute jeopardizes Panama Canal schedule
  • COSCO ordering new ships
    COSCO Group said it held a ceremony in Ocean Plaza Dec. 30 for the signing of a shipbuilding contract with China State Shipbuilding Corporation for four 64,000 DWT dry bulk vessels.
  • CBP's Baldwin retires
    Daniel Baldwin, executive director of Cargo and Conveyance Security, retired Tuesday from U.S. Customs and Border Protection after a 27-year career with the agency. He made the announcement in an email to friends and colleagues.
  • Cuba plans to open Mariel container terminal this month
    The first stage of a container terminal in Cuba at the Mariel Special Development Zone west of Havana will be opened this month by President Raul Castro and Dilma Rousseff, the president of Brazil.
  • Holt completes N.J. renovation
    Holt Logistics Corp. said it has completed a $2 million renovation to its 60,000 square-foot cold storage facility at Gloucester Terminal in Gloucester City, New Jersey.
  • CRST International acquires BESL
  • Menlo Logistics sees European growth
  • Executive moves

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 2, 2014
  • Fujairah bunker prices soften on first trading day of 2014
    Demand was low in Middle East hub.
  • Weak demand in Rotterdam
    Good demand in Hamburg.
  • Algeciras terminal could triple in size
    Proposal 'still in a feasibility phase'.
  • New ECA: 'Economic impact will be modest'
    US Caribbean Sea Emission Control Area has come into effect.
  • Fuel oil stocks fall for third week running
    Inventories at eight-week low.
  • 2014: 'Profitability will be defined by cost leadership'
    Container sector faces a 'challenging year'.
  • Asian bunker prices start year relatively stable
    Tight avails in Hong Kong.
  • Shipowner sells boxship in fleet renewal plan
    Boxship sold at $4 million loss.
  • South China fuel oil imports down in December
    Brightoil and Sinopec fuel oil sales imported 140,000 mt of fuel oil in December.
  • Shipbuilder wins fuel-efficient order
    Singapore-listed firm in $164 million contract.
  • IFO prices see year-on-year fall in Mediterranean hubs
    Increased competition has led to 6-7% fall in prices.
  • ISO continues process towards hull and propellor performance standard
    ISO 19030 will help shipowners judge the claims being made by hull coating manufacturers.




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