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30 Sep 2011
Legal and financial risk growsas Iranian ships ply Asian seas
International sanctions against Iran's national shipping line in response to Tehran's nuclear ambitions are mounting. The world's largest container carrier Maersk has suspendedoperations at three Iran ... »

30 Sep 2011
This Week’s News: A snapshot on the economic and shipping environment
The possible Greek default became again the hot news of this week as fears surrounded around the prospect of Athens not getting the next installment of bailout money ($8 billion Euro) from the Europea ... »

30 Sep 2011
Newbuilding ordering enquiries remain at low levels
Shipowners’ appetite for newbuilding seems to have abated during the past few months, with the trend now pretty much established, especially since the beginning of the summer. According to the lates ... »

30 Sep 2011
Maersk confident giant ships won't ruin market
The world's biggest container shipping company, Maersk Line, is confident its order for 20 giant new vessels will not spoil the market and only a few rivals will order such ships, a senior Maersk exec ... »

30 Sep 2011
World Shippping Council Adds New Board Members
At its membership meeting in Seoul last week, the World Shipping Council (WSC) membership elected Mr. Wan Min, Managing Director of COSCO Container Linesand Dr. Ottmar Gast, Chairman of the Executive ... »

30 Sep 2011
Maersk Adds China Port Call to Asia-Europe Service
Maersk Line expanded its Asia-Europe Service 7 with a direct call at Qingdao, China, effective this month.The additional port call came into effect with the sailingof vessel Teno from Qingdao on Sept. ... »

20 Nov 2010
Maersk 500 mln eur bond issue oversubscribed-source
Danish shipping and oil group A.P. Moller-Maersk sold 500 million euros ($698.5 million) worth of new seven-year bonds in an oversubscribed offering that was part of a policy to diversify its funding. ... »

18 Nov 2010
Documentary Committee embraces new wreck forms at autumn meeting
BIMCO’s documentary experts gathered in London on 12 November to review a hefty agenda containing a wide variety of documents and clauses. Chaired by Karel Stes of CMB Belgium, the 62 members of ... »

17 Nov 2010
Maersk wants more market share on imports to China
Maersk Line, the world's largest container carrier, wants a larger share of shipments generated from imports to China as the country's economic growth pattern translates to stronger domestic demand. ... »

17 Nov 2010
Maersk Line is most reliable carrier
Maersk Line has consolidated its position as the most reliable of the top 20 largest carriers in the third quarter of the year. The carrier said the reliability performance ranks among that of the wor ... »

16 Nov 2010
Horizon Lines to Launch U.S.Inland Express Network for Five Star Express Trans-Pacific Liner Service
Horizon Lines, Inc., the leading U.S. domestic ocean shipping and integrated logistics company, announced it will launch express intermodal container service to key inland U.S. cities when it begins t ... »

16 Nov 2010
5 ocean carriers ask FMC to include liner info in US container trades
Five ocean carriers have asked the US Federal Maritime Commission to bring a liner carrier information gathering and dissemination organization to the US container trades Eric Johnson of American S ... »

16 Nov 2010
LNG-Powered Shipping May Jump 10-Fold, Biggest Engine Maker Says
The number of ships powered by liquefied natural gas may jump 10-fold within five years as anti-pollution rules force owners to switch to the cleaner- burning fuel, the industry’s biggest engine ... »

15 Nov 2010
Future fuel bottleneck requires industry action
The shipping industry can meet the strict sulphur emission reductions the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has planned for 2015 and 2020, Lindegaard said in his keynote speech at the Singapor ... »

15 Nov 2010
Goldenport eyes container ship acquisitions
Greek shipping group Goldenport Holdings will look at container ship acquisitions in the coming months, helped by an improving market and a war chest of over $150 million, its commercial direct ... »

13 Nov 2010
Total Container Trade Falls on Declining Asia Shipments
The trade intelligence company revealed that import shipment volume was up 12.84 percent over October 2009. However, total number of shipments declined 2.72 percent from September and increased 10.23 ... »

13 Nov 2010
Is the cascade effect a threat, an opportunity, or both?
Outside factors are influencing the plans of both the Black Sea and the Baltic ports Steve Wray of Ocean Shipping Consultants explains that despite the modest recovery, lines are still being seduc ... »

13 Nov 2010
Maersk hires banks for possible bond issue
Danish shipping and oil group A.P. Moller-Maersk is considering a new offering of bonds and has engaged banks to advise it. Investor relations chief Henrik Lund said on Friday the group had hired Barc ... »

12 Nov 2010
Maersk says hired banks for possible bond offering
Danish shipping and oil group A.P. Moller-Maersk is considering a new offering of bonds and has engaged banks to advise it on a deal, the group's head of investor relations said on Friday IR chief ... »

12 Nov 2010
Chinese Container Shipping Line Steps Up As Freight Forwarding Award Sponsor
The British International Freight Association (BIFA) have signed up Hong Kong based Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) to be sponsors of this years BIFA Freight Service Awards 2010 in the Project F ... »

12 Nov 2010
Things looking up at Kingston Container Terminal
MANAGING director of Kingston Container Terminal (KCT) Henry Lee says there are signs that business is picking up at the port, which has seen significant increases in transshipment volumes over last y ... »

12 Nov 2010
Danish shipper results bode well for Zim
Zim Integrated Shipping Services Ltd. is getting some good news from Danish shipper Moller-Maersk Group A/S, which published its financial report for the third quarter of 2010. Maersk reported a 34% i ... »

11 Nov 2010
Dual Cycle operations introduced at Cape Town port
Freight logistics company Transnet Port Terminals (TPT), has implemented Dual Cycle operations at its Cape Town Terminal with aims of further improving productivity and efficiency. Dual Cycle operatio ... »

11 Nov 2010
Will the Port of Liverpools proposed post-panamax berth lure market leader Maersk Line into the Mer
THE panoramic view of the Mersey from Maersk Line UK & Ireland’s headquarters in a Liverpool tower block implies that the company is part of a great port.But there is just one important elem ... »

11 Nov 2010
A.P. Moller - Maersk Group - Interim Report
Revenue for the period increased by 17% to USD 41.4 billion, primarily as a result of higher freight rates for the Group’s container shipping activities and higher oil prices. The net result for ... »

10 Nov 2010
A liquefied-natural-gas tanker is carrying a previously imported cargo of the fuel to the U.K. from Texas’s Sabine Pass LNG terminal, according to Bloomberg vessel tracking data. The tanker, ... »

10 Nov 2010
Maersk Line Plans Three 2011 Trans-Atlantic Rate Hikes
Maersk Line is notifying trans-Atlantic customers of three increases in freight rates the world's largest container ship operator is planning for 2011 on that trade lane. Maersk is “pre-planning ... »

10 Nov 2010
Transnet boosts CT terminal throughput
Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) has introduced Dual Cycle operations at its Cape Town Terminal, with the aim of further improving productivity and efficiency. The move will see containers being discharg ... »

10 Nov 2010
Analysts look for guidance hike in Maersk Q3
Danish shipping and oil group A.P. Moller-Maersk was widely expected to shrug off a drop in freight rates and raise full-year guidance when it publishes third-quarter results on Wednesday. In Augu ... »

9 Nov 2010
Maersk's "Alex" service announced new winter schedule
With effect from November 2010 Maersk’s "Alex" (ADRIATIC LEVANT EXPRESS) service offers a new winter schedule. The service which deploys three TEU 1,000 capacity vessels (M/V Magnos, M ... »

9 Nov 2010
Inmarsat Q3 earnings up 18.4 pct; says on track
Satellite operator Inmarsat beat expectations with an 18.4 percent rise in Q3 earnings, helped by growth in aeronautical and leasing services and by an improvement in maritime, its largest sector. ... »

8 Nov 2010
Saving time in port through stronger terminal ties
By collaborating closely with terminals on one of the strings between Asia and Europe, Maersk Line has reduced the time each vessel stays in the port. Next year, the project which is called “Ter ... »

8 Nov 2010
Hamburg's Port Sees Fruits of German Upturn
The economic crisis turned Hamburg's port into a ghost town. Now that things are picking up, the container terminals at Germany's most important shipping hub are buzzing with life again In the even ... »

5 Nov 2010
Maersk First in Shipping Industry to Verify Emissions of Vessels
Maersk Line has become the first in its industry to independently verify its carbon emissions vessel by vessel -- a move that enables customers to track the environmental data along with other perform ... »

2 Nov 2010
Maersk Line's CO2 data verified
Maersk Line is the first shipping line to receive independent verification of its CO2 emissions data, vessel by vessel. For customers like Starbucks Coffee Company, this means more transparency. " ... »

2 Nov 2010
Overseas Shipholding Group Reports Third Quarter 2010 Results
Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc. a market leader in providing energy transportation services, yesterday reported results for the third quarter and nine months ended September 30, 2010. For the quarter ... »

1 Nov 2010
Port Pipavav adds China-Pakistan Exp service to portfolio
The Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) and Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation (YML) have upgraded the joint China-Pakistan Express (CPX) service by adding Port Pipavav of Gujarat as their port ... »

1 Nov 2010
Shipping company hires Saudi women
Sara Samargandi and Mona Al-Malki have made a little bit of Maersk Line history by becoming the first Saudi women to be employed by Mercantile Shipping Agencies Ltd., the shipping firm's agent in Saud ... »

31 Oct 2010
Maersk sees African trade outpacing mature markets
The Danish shipper and South African subsidiary Safmarine want to retain their historically strong market share in Sub-Saharan Africa, though annual African container trade volume barely matches the w ... »

28 Oct 2010
Ships should cut CO2 emissions - European climate commissioner
Sea shipping needs a global agreement on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions similar to that established by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), EU Climate Commissioner Connie Hedegaard sa ... »

28 Oct 2010
Horizon Lines to launch China-California route in December
China-to-California service named the Five Star Express in mid-December. Five Horizon Lines vessels will service the route, stopping at ports at Ningbo and Shanghai in Central China and at U.S. ports ... »

27 Oct 2010
Seaspan Reports Financial Results for the Three and Nine Months Ended September 30, 2010
Seaspan Corporation announced yesterday the financial results for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2010. Below is a summary of our key financial results. --  Achieved vessel util ... »

26 Oct 2010
Horizon Lines to Take Delivery of 12,500 New Containers
Horizon Lines, Inc., the nation's leading domestic ocean shipping and integrated logistics company, announced it will add approximately 12,500 new containers to its international and domestic shipping ... »

26 Oct 2010
Breach of international regulations cost major shipping company 22,939.27 pounds
At a hearing today in Newcastle Magistrates Court, the Owners of the UK registered container ship Maersk Patras pleaded guilty to eight charges of failing to provide adequate hours of rest for the cre ... »

25 Oct 2010
Failure to enforce competition law in some parts of the world has allowed price fixing to result in “cynical rate rises” in the liner shipping industry, according to the Freight Transport ... »

25 Oct 2010
Maersk opens new Spain - Morocco service
Maersk Sealand Line, one of the world's largest shipping companies, has confirmed the opening of a new route from the port of Vigo to port terminals in Las Palmas, Tenerife, Bilbao and Agadir (Morocco ... »

25 Oct 2010
Bahrain sailors charting new course
Bahrainis, historically known for their seafaring capabilities, are breaking new ground by becoming fully qualified marine pilots. The latest recruits are about to take up the role after completing a ... »

24 Oct 2010
Bidders for 4th JNPT terminal still uncertain
Infrastructure majors like DP World, PSA International, Sterlite Industries, Adani Enterprises and GVK have given bids for setting up a fourth container terminal at the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JN ... »

24 Oct 2010
Vigo and Morocco to be united by Maersk
Maersk Sealand Line, one of the world's largest shipping companies, has confirmed the opening of a new route from the port of Vigo to port terminals in Las Palmas, Tenerife, Bilbao and Agadir (Morocco ... »

24 Oct 2010
Third container berth a major undertaking for Deltaport Constructors
Tackling Deltaport’s third container berth, a $204 million project, involved meeting a number of major challenges head on. “The scope of the job was large, the quantities were large and th ... »

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