|26 October 2006|
|11:34||seaMarket Review, week 43|
It was steady but slow going for VLCCs in the MEG, and owners have been unable to make any significant headway on rates due to the fact that good tonnage availability still strongly favors charterers.
|30 May 2006|
|17:05||seaFEFC Raises Surcharges|
The Member Lines of the FEFC (Far East Freight Conference) declared they increased Bunker Adjustment Factor (BAF).
|24 February 2005|
|16:11||containerBoxship Rates Continue Rising|
Massive hikes in boxship rates of 20-30%, on a 12-month basis, are on their way, according to Nick Hubbard, a director of container analyst and broker Howe Robinson, reports Fairplay.
|2 November 2004|
|19:07||containerSeaNews Weekly N64-65|
The following information will be available in the forthcoming issues of SeaNews Weekly:
- Present and future o the Petersburg Oil Terminal Interview with the GM of the terminal;
- Cargo handling results in Eisk for the 9 months of 2004;
- Conference agreements instead of linear cartels;
- Tuapse seaport: 9 months’ results;
- Russian grain market: 9 months’ results
- Finnish ports' results for the 9 months of 2004.
- Shipping business in Russia.
|12:37||containerSteel Leads Breakbulk Growth|
Breakbulk cargo is expected to continue rising over the next few years, even though containers will still win the lion’s share of ocean trade, it was forecast last week.
|2 June 2004|
|19:23||Port SaidGovernmental Licensing to Be Cancelled|
On 20 May 2004 the deputy RF Minister of economical development and trade Andrey Sharonov presented to the RF Government a project of a federal law "On introducing amendments to the Federal law "On licensing certain activities".
Why and what for?
According to the Government information department, the law provides for the cut of the number of activities to be licensed and licensing order optimization in respect to:
- Specifying the order of defining authority on licensing;
- Simplifying the procedures of getting and reregistering a license;
- Protecting rights of economics subjects, and
- Ensuring transparency and accessibility of information on licensing bodies.
|16 June 2003|
|10:20||seaNew Baltic Shipping Co|
Interview of Victor Kharchenko, General Director of Baltic Shipping Company, Ltd.
As declared, the new Baltic Shipping Company being set up has nothing to do with the monster of the past years.
|4 December 2002|
|11:00||seaTIR Issue: viewpoint|
GTK is striving to resolve the situation so as to avoid the TIR Carnet system suspension on the terrirory of the Russian Federation.
|11 November 2002|
|11:00||seaBig Prospects of Small Ports|
An interview with Sergey V.
|1 November 2002|
|11:00||seaTransport Factor in Paper ad Pulp Industry|
There is a need to increase transport process efficiency, decided the participants of the seminar on transport and logistics during the 7th Adam Smith "Investing into Paper&Pulp Industry" conference in St.
|29 October 2002|
|11:00||seaFESCO Quotes Prosperity as Main Objective|
An interview with Yevgeny N.
|30 August 2002|
|11:00||seaBlack Sea Transport Network Integration Prospects|
Regional freight shipping results and outlooks
The Black Sea transport network today includes over 20 ports of the Organization for Black Sea Economic Cooperation’s (OBSEC) member states with the total cargo throughput over 220 ml t.
|27 August 2002|
|11:00||seaTRACECA: Plans and Investments|
The European Union annually earmarks EUR 9-11 ml to assist the TRACECA countries to develop their transport infrastructure.
|23 July 2002|
|11:00||seaDanube Shipping: Losses and Development|
The review below is based on the report by Ukrainian Danube Shipping Co's President Pyotr Suvorov at the cross-industry session held July 12, 2002 to discuss the problem of the construction of a strategic deep-water channel Danube-Black Sea.
|17 June 2002|
|17:01||seaShipowners Buy into Container Terminals|
The high transhipment costs of containers are leaving shipping companies no other choice but to 'buy' influence at container terminals.
|3 June 2002|
|11:00||seaTHC in European Ports|
Since the introduction of the Euro on 1 January 2002, the level of the Terminal Handling Charges (THC) levied in the five main North European Continental ports can more easily be compared.
|11:00||containerCommercial Seaport St. Petersburg Investing into Development|
The specialists of Commercial Seaport of St.
|27 May 2002|
|11:00||seaRailway Tariff Unification: Phase 2|
|6 May 2002|
|11:00||seaCIS Coordinative Transport Conference: Aims, Objectives, Prospects|
|8 April 2002|
|11:00||seaRole of International Coordinating Council on TransSiberian Transportation in Materializing Potentials of TransSiberian Landbridge|
The International Coordinating Council on TransSiberian Transportation has been established at the International Conference on Transportation of cargo via the TransSiberian railway Mainline held in Moscow on November 23,1993.
The Declaration of the International Conference reads "The participants of the International Conference on Transportation of cargo on the TransSiberian railway Mainline taking into consideration the importance of the "TransSiberian Landbridge" for the economical community in matters of developing trade and international economic relations between the countries of Europe and Asia and proceeding from the necessity of providing a service to meet the requirements of the world transport market and also taking into consideration the economical and social development taking place in the present world, decided to establish an International Coordinating Council on TransSiberian Transportation".
At the moment the CCTST has 84 members:
The Ministry of Railway Transport of Russia,
The Ministry of Transport of Russia,
The State Customs Committee of Russia,
The railway administrations of the Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Hungary, Finland, Poland, Germany, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Mongolia;
Shipping companies, seaports, associations of operators and forwarders, as well as major individual forwarding companies.
The Chairman of the Council is the Mr.