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9 August 2007
08:38seaVacancy in NYK Line in Moscow
Rating: 2481
7 September 2006
19:21seaSeaNews Club materialContents of SeaNews Weekly 2006 analytical bulletin
2006 SeaNews Weekly No 150 FROM EDITORS When you are in Australia, swim the Nile PORTS' STATISTICS Big port of St.Petersburg posts statistics in the 6 months of 2006; Murmansk port operations in January-June 2006; Kaliningrad port turnover in 6 months of 2006; RAILWAY Coal rail export towards the ports in 6 months of 2006; Timber rail transportation towards the ports in 6 months of 2006; FREIGHT MARKETS Reefer cargo transportation in the North-Western ports in the 6 months; Ferrous metals turnover via the Russian, Baltic and Ukrainian ports in January-June 2006. TRENDS Throughput of some of the ports of the Far East in H1 2006. SeaNews Weekly No 147 WEEK EVENTS Wandering zones of luck PORTS' STATISTICS Novorossiysk port complex operation in H1 2006; Rostov port operations in January-June 2006; Temryuk and Kazkaz ports turnover in 6 months of 2006; Azov port operations in January-June 2006.
Rating: 17132
19 July 2006
10:57seaSeaNews Club materialCruiseship Panic
Steering problems on a brand-new cruiseship are being blamed for a sudden severe list that injured passengers and panicked officers.
Rating: 1368
6 July 2006
17:56seaSeaNews Club materialAPM Terminals Does Not Rule Out Making Acquisitions
The chief executive of APM Terminals, the world's third-largest container terminal operator, said he would consider breaking with the division's tradition of organic growth by acquiring a competitor. The statement, in a Financial Times interview, reflects Kim Fejfer's policy of turning APM, part of the Copenhagen-based AP Maller-Maersk group, into a more broadly-based company, serving a wide range of shipping lines. The operation started as the terminal operating arm of the group's Maersk Line, the world's largest container carrier, and until recently existed solely to meet Maersk Line's needs. An acquisition could accelerate the change by bringing in terminals less dependent on Maersk Line.
Rating: 1335
28 June 2006
17:13seaSeaNews Club materialMaersk Fears More Container Market Share Loss
Danish shipping and oil group A.P.
Rating: 1316
09:18seaSeaNews Club materialChief Executive AP Moller-Maersk: rates will be going up
AP Moller-Maersk A/S Chief Executive Jess Soederberg Tuesday said he expects freight rates to rise this year, but the company hasn't factored in big increases in its revised outlook for 2006.
Rating: 1359
27 June 2006
10:25containerSeaNews Club materialSeaNews Weekly No 144 Issued
The following topics are available in the SeaNews Weekly analytical bulletin this week: WEEK EVENTS Project worth billions PORTS' STATISTICS Arkhangelsk port throughput results in 5 months of 2006; Throughput of the Big ort of St.Petersburg in January-May 2006; Baltic ports cargo turnover in the 5 months of 2006; RAILWAY Work results of the Russian Railways in the 5 months; Russia.
Rating: 1273
22 May 2006
13:49seaSeaNews Club materialFesco Sailor Killed
A Russian seafarer on-board a Far-Eastern Shipping Co (FESCo) containership was killed by a falling cable in New Zealand on Sunday night.
Rating: 1647
12 May 2006
14:16seaSeaNews Club materialChina to Build 2 Port Clusters
By 2010 China plans to build an important new port complex close to Taiwan, its Minister of Communications has announced at a recent sea transport forum in Tianjin.
Rating: 1130
26 April 2006
08:45containerSeaNews Club materialNCC Received Offer to Buy Industrial Investors
The owner of the Industrial Investors Sergey Generalov sets his own principles of business in the interview to Vedomosti.
Rating: 994
21 December 2005
08:39containerSeaNews Club materialAll Baltic Container Terminals Prepared
Workers at Hamburg's container terminals have threatened to go on strike over plans by the city state's government to sell off a majority stake in terminal operator HHLA to state rail company, Deutsche Bahn, according to Fairplay. A first protest has been announced for Thursday this week.
Rating: 841
1 November 2005
18:01seaSeaNews Club materialMaersk Shares Up on Freight Rates
Shares in Danish shipping and oil company A.P.
Rating: 854
18 October 2005
12:04seaSeaNews Club materialJacques Saade has commissioned 80 new ships
The founder and chairman of CMA CGM, the French shipping line and world number three container carrier, expects further opportunities to buy smaller competitors as the container shipping industry continues its rapid consolidation.
Rating: 925
14 September 2005
15:39seaSeaNews Club materialShtockman Field Development Candidates
On September 16 Gasprom JSC will declare the short-list of the participants in the world's largest Shtockman gas-condensate field development, reports the press service of Gasprom. Among the candidates of the project are Statoil, Hydro, ConocoPhillips, ChevronTexaco, ExxonMobil, Shell, Total, Sumitomo, Mitsui. The gas production is expected to be complicated as the depth of the field is 380-385 meters.
Rating: 653
15 August 2005
11:41seaSeaNews Club materialContainer Shipping Industry to See Healthy Growth
The container shipping industry is expected to see healthy worldwide growth of about 8% a year for the rest of the decade.
Rating: 725
11 July 2005
15:13seaSeaNews Club materialCMA CGM to Buy Again
French container line CMA-CGM is eyeing up another acquisition to add to its capture of Bollore's shipping operations, according to Tradewinds.
Rating: 940
13 June 2005
16:23seaPresentation of the SeaNews - Alexey Bezborodov
Basic world container market events and trends of the Russian container market Alexey Bezborodov Special Project Director SeaNews Information & Consulting May is coming to an end.
Rating: 2507
24 May 2005
17:39seaSeaNews Club materialSeaNews Weekly N89
The new issue of SeaNews Weekly 89 (24/05/2005): PORT STATISTICS: Azov port throughput during 4 months of 2005 Aktau port throughput in January-April 2005 Rostov port's results for 4 months of 2005 Port of Taganrog: January-April results Tuapse port throughput during 4 months INTERVIEW: "Tugs to help".
Rating: 726
18 May 2005
19:29seaSeaNews Club materialSeaNews Weekly N89
The new issue of SeaNews Weekly 89 (20/05/2005) will contain: PORT STATISTICS: Azov port throughput during 4 months of 2005 Aktau port throughput in January-April 2005 Rostov port's results for 4 months of 2005 Port of Taganrog: January-April results Tuapse port throughput during 4 months INTERVIEW: "Tugs to help".
Rating: 1242
5 May 2005
12:29seaSeaNews Club materialHamburg Denies Box Bias
Hamburgs minister for economy and employment, Gunnar Uldall, has hit back at accusations that the city is ignoring the interests of conventional cargo to create new container handling capacity.
Rating: 728
 
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