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VN shipping lines make world top 100
AXS-Alphaliner, an information platform that calls itself a "worldwide reference in liner shipping", has ranked two Vietnamese shipping companies in the list of 100 leading container shipping lines in the world.

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32 megaships set for delivery
The second half of this year is expected to see an alarming containership delivery programme unfold, with over 30 vessels in the so-called megaship capacity bracket emerging from shipbuilding yards.

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Foreign ship rescues six Vietnamese crewmen
The Marhall Islands ' Hubsterllar ship has rescued six crewmen abroad a fishing boat which met with an accident off the coast of Da Nang city on July 3.

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Active Box Ship Capacity Jumps 15.3 Percent
Active container ship capacity increased by 15.3 percent from the beginning of the year as ocean carriers are launching extra services in response to a larger-than-expected surge in global box traffic.

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Cruise network to start promoting Asia cruise tourism
The promotion will be taking place at the Seatrade All Asia Cruise Convention in China's Suzhou on Thursday till Friday. Vu Duy Vu, deputy director of Saigontourist, told the Daily on Tuesday that "our company will take the opportunity to promote seaports, tours for cruise passengers and other services for cruise ships in Vietnam."

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Shipping volume soars for courier DHL
The volume of packages shipped by DHL Express Viet Nam grew more than 30 per cent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2010 and is tipped to grow even further by the year-end, according to a company official.

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Huyndai Vinashin builds new cargo vessels
The Hyundai-Vinashin Shipyard Company in the central province of Khanh Hoa on June 15 handed over a 56,000 DWT cargo vessel named the E.R. Barcelona to Germanys company E.R.Shiffahrt.

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UK firm to install shiplift systems in Vietnam
The UK-based Rolls-Royce Group has clinched two deals worth undisclosed sums to install Syncrolift shiplift and transfer systems in Vietnam, including one that will be the largest in Southeast Asia.

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CMA CGM launches new Asia service
CMA CGM has announced the launch of the new CIMEX 2 service linking the Asian region in partnership with Maersk Line.

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Surging shipping rates hike export costs
Exporters are calling for negotiations with shipping firms over skyrocketing time charter rates that are the primary cause of significant increases in the cost of outward bound international shipments, according to Paiboon Ponsuwanna, chairman of the Thai National Shippers' Council, the Bangkok Post reported.

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