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Shipping lines have happily reported to FTW that seafreight rates are tending to stabilise or even climb, but forwarders are accusing them of manipulating the supply/demand ratio. The lines have made no secret of the fact that, throughout the last year, they have been cutting their vessel capacity. And they are now happy to admit that this big downward adjustment in space supply has inevitably seen rates firming or even increasing. One line on the Far East trade, although it remained unnamed, was quite open in admitting that information had been released in recent times acknowledging that it had cut 11 vessels from its fleet. “And this reduced capacity compared to demand,” FTW was told, “has given us reason for increased freight rates. “Space is very much in demand just now, and our

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westbound ships into SA are sailing 100% full at a time of the year when we normally see a slump.” Our commentator attributed most of this extra inbound trade to boosting inventories prior to the 2010 Soccer World Cup. David Williams, MD of Maersk Line, agreed. “Certainly,” he told FTW, “in the Far East trade the markets, both in and out, are firming up. And where we can go for general rates increases (GRIs) we will.” But, he added, it has to be remembered that seafreight rates are still well below what they were in 2008 – prior to the big economic crunch. Margrit Wolff, MD of Buffalo Freight Systems, confirmed this two-way Far East trade increase – and she also suggested a lot of the “extraordinary increase” in rates had been due to capacity cuts by the lines. But Wolff also told FTW that there had been a lot of increased demand – with a

particular focus on China. Much of the big increase in exports from Africa to China she attributed to growing demand for raw materials – minerals and the like – as Chinese industry continued to bump up production output. “On import trade it has to be remembered that China has massive capital projects in Africa, and has to supply these,” she said. “I have also heard some hints from the shipping industry that this is likely to see a huge capacity increase soon.” Meanwhile, there have been no big changes in trade with the US and Europe, according to our commentators. Glen Delve, Durbanbased marketing manager for Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), told FTW that there was no shortage of space out of Europe, for example, and that his line’s attitude was that rates would remain stable. “No big ups or downs,” he added. To page 20

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Transnet CEO posts await finalisation of Gama hearing By Alan Peat There are still no permanent chief executives at either Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) or Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) – and there won’t be until the internal disciplinary hearing against former TFR CE Siyabonga Gama is completed, according to information released to FTW by Transnet. And an expected date for the end of the hearing – currently being adjudicated by an independent, external arbitrator – is just as elusive, although

firm promises were made that FTW would be informed when it reached its final day. Gama is facing disciplinary action over alleged irregularities in a locomotive deal and the awarding of a separate contract to General Nyanda Security Advisory Services, which is owned by the communications minister, Simpiwe Nyanda. The public enterprises minister, Barbara Hogan, has already revealed to the press that the R900-million rail contract was for the purchase

of 50 locomotives. Hogan added that, in the case of the locomotive deal with the Electro-Motive Sibanye Joint Venture, it was alleged that Gama “failed to give effect to a condition determined by the Transnet board in concluding and implementing the contract”. She said the Electro-Motive Sibanye Joint Venture had been paid about R550-m since the deal was signed in May 2007. Also according to Hogan, the security company linked to the communications minister

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to R10-m. Meantime, Chris Wells, acting group CE of Transnet (another senior post still awaiting confirmation), has put temporary CEs in place to head up the rail and port terminals operations. Tau Morwe, the CE of TPT, agreed to act as CE of TFR pending the finalisation of the disciplinary process. At the same time, Karl Socikwa, Transnet’s group executive (commercial), is acting as interim head for TPT.

Flower exports record ‘dismal’ season Volumes good, but prices down 35% on some varieties By James Hall The 2009-2010 flower export season is proving dismal, with volumes down dramatically from last year. The Southern Africa Flower Growers’ Association (Safga) is keeping an eye on economic improvements in the key North American and European markets and anticipates increased shipments next year as consumer demand for this luxury item grows along with greater disposable incomes. “In terms of volumes there is not much

difference to last year, but in terms of revenue 2009 was definitely down on 2008 and we are seeing a bad season overall,” said Rene Schoenmaker, formerly of Safga and now managing director of Bergflora. SA’s flower production season ends in May. “The 2008-2009 season, when the world recession started, was okay. The effects of the recession were felt a little (by flower exporters) but it was not as bad as anticipated,” Schoenmaker told FTW. “But September, October and November (2009)

were very different and very difficult. Volumes were reasonably good but prices dropped 35% for some varieties, and 20% overall. This put tremendous pressure on the growers, wholesalers and import/exporters. In some cases the prices fetched this season didn’t cover the growers’ airfreight charges,” he said. “SA growers have to sell 20% to 40% more to get the same return we had last year,” he said. But such increased exports are not feasible because as Schoenmaker noted, flower prices have

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Industry tunes into benefits of dog-detector screening system Scent samples are taken from sealed cargo to the dogs By Liesl Venter The implementation of a new system using dogs to clear cargo quickly and more effectively than ever before has attracted growing industry interest. Contracts have been signed and more are in the pipeline as clients visit the new facilities of ACTS in Kempton Park where the four highly trained dogs are strutting their stuff. ACTS is the JV company operating the system in South Africa on behalf of BIDVest and its partners ICTS Europe, RASCargO – Remote Air Sampling for Canine Olfaction – is an innovative cargo screening system using highly trained dogs. It started operating in

December last year and is seen as the perfect solution for cargo security clearance, fighting contraband smuggling and spotting explosives. It uses dogs to detect explosives and other scents, but instead of the dog going to the cargo, scent samples are taken from sealed cargo to the dogs. “We are bringing clients to the premises weekly to experience first hand the capability of these dogs,” says Eytan Nevo, managing director of ACTS. “Safety and security remains a key priority for the cargo industry and this system is fast, cost-efficient and reliable.” With a turn-around time of less than a half-hour on

any size container, there is no restriction on where cargo can be inspected. There’s no need for the dogs to be transported to the cargo or for the containers to be broken up or the seals broken. Nevo says the dogs, which were trained in Holland and France, have adapted to South African conditions extremely well. “We are extremely pleased with the progress we have made and are hoping to expand this programme to Customs and other areas at the OR Tambo International Airport, as well as other airports.” Nevo says with the ability to screen up to 40 trucks per hour, and using a matrix based on analyses of two dogs, the detection rates are

The device used to take a sample of the air in the cargo container. The dogs can then sniff explosives and other scents from the small sample.

extremely high. “The process is faster and definitely more efficient than that of itemising, handsearching, X-rays and even

using conventional dogs. We believe we are making history and can ensure cargo is safe and secure around the clock.”

Haiti bound With search and rescue teams and emergency relief supplies continuing to flow into earthquakedevastated Haiti, air charter operators have their hands full. In the past seven days Chapman Freeborn Airchartering’s worldwide offices have overseen the delivery of hundreds of tons of relief cargo from the USA, Europe and the Middle East on behalf of international aid agencies, a spokesman told FTW.

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avino Del Bene South Africa (Pty) Ltd, (SAVINO), global specialist in third party logistics solutions, was nominated by the Italian-South African Chamber of Trade and Industries FNB Business Excellence Awards 2009 as one of the top five finalists in the category, Business Enterprise of the Year. The annual Awards ‘highlight, recognise and promote the Italian-South African business community’s contribution to the economic growth and development of South Africa’. “While we don’t wake up each morning thinking about winning awards, I must acknowledge a significant sense of pride when such a moment arises. It is a huge affirmation then to be told we have been selected as one of the top five finalists in the Business Enterprise of the Year category”, says Kobus Maree, Managing Director, Savino Del Bene (SAVINO) South Africa. “I believe that we achieved this accolade not only because of our strong business relationships with numerous Italian companies, but also because we identified and competently filled the gap in the market for a holistic approach to logistics services – to move from transactions into partnerships.” “This award milestone is of even greater significance due to the fact that we started the company only thirteen years ago under the name SLA (Strategic Logistical Alliance) and only nine months ago, the remaining 50% shareholding was

purchased by the worldwide corporate network, Savino Del Bene”. “When my wife Juanita and I established SLA in 1996, our first objective was to become the number one third-party logistics service provider. To reach this goal, we aimed to work with the tyre industry to eventually handle the largest volume of imported tyres in South Africa. This we achieved, currently partnering with all the leading imported tyre companies in South Africa”. SAVINO also achieved their objectives of offering customers an end-to-end third party logistics service and becoming a major player in the automotive industry, handling exports and clearing into South Africa for a number of major vehicle manufacturers. “With all these objectives securely under our belt, I am confident we have proved our capabilities to the local market – we have the established infrastructure, expertise and knowledge to offer an all inclusive end to end logistics shop!”, remarks Kobus. “When we commenced a 50% partnership with SAVINO in 1999, we worked closely with their team from the start. Therefore very little changed when the remaining equity was sold to SAVINO nine months ago. The few changes that have been introduced are only positive and I can confidently assure all our customers that it’s business as usual at SAVINO”. Kobus explains: “We are in an even

stronger position to take advantage of future opportunities; with 37 countries now officially ours, this expanded infrastructure gives us a substantially larger global footprint. Experience, know-how and our worldwide network of over 170 offices mean that we are as powerful as the biggest industry player while still maintaining the flexibility of the smallest player. In addition, we have established a significantly stronger presence in the freight-forwarding competencies of our logistics service, and have already begun making elaborate inroads to unrivalled mastery in this area”. “We remain customer driven, continuing to offer tailor-made packages. Our motto ‘customer success’ will never change and we remain committed to ensuring value added services and increasing our customers’ success. It has always been my belief that listening to and understanding the customer’s requirements is the route to building successful long term relationships” SAVINO, founded by Mr. Savino Del Bene in Florence in the 20th century, is today a specialist in global logistics, air and ocean freight forwarding, customs

Kobus Maree, Managing Director, Savino Del Bene SA, (centre) receiving the Italian Business Enterprise of the Year Award from Nicolina Di Santolo, Chairperson of the Italian – SA Chamber of Trade & Industry (left) with Mr. Jerry Vilakazi, Chief Executive Officer of Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) (right). brokerage, clearing, supply chain management and logistical support services. Moving to local matters, Kobus says that SAVINO has, over the past 12 years, created jobs and opportunities for many South African citizens throughout the country’s cultural spectrum. SAVINO also contributes a percentage of profits to the development of African leaders in previously disadvantaged communities.

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hipping Alfie Cox’s racing Nissan Navara from Durban, KwaZulu Natal to Buenos Aires in Argentina on 3rd December 2009, marked the start of South Africa’s 2010 Dakar Rally adventure. This is a race within a race! The container housing the PS Laser Nissan Navara, all spares and equipment required for 17 race days in Argentina and Chile, had to reach the Argentinean capital on 30th December 2009, in time for administrative and technical scrutineering. Gauteng-based global third party logistics company Savino Del Bene South Africa (SAVINO), was entrusted with the task of delivering the Nissan to Buenos Aires by deadline. Headquartered in Florence, Italy, SAVINO is a major player in the automotive industry, handling exports and clearing for a number of major motor vehicle manufacturers, including Nissan. The PS Laser Nissan Navara is the champion of multiple national off road and enduro races in South Africa. Alfie, and friend, German businessman, Jurgen Schroder, are the latest recipients of more than a dozen Nissan Navara racing versions built by Nissan Motorsport in Midrand and shipped to overseas customers in recent years by SAVINO. Another Nissan Motorsport built racing Navara was recently shipped to new owner, former Polish and European rally champion, Krzysztof Holowczyc. Fifth overall in the 2009 Dakar Rally in a South African-built Navara, Krzysztof raced his new car in the 2010 Dakar in January. He, Alfie and Russian off road enthusiast,

Alexander Mironenko, is a three-car South African-built Nissan Navara team which raced under the banner of Belgium’s Team Overdrive in 2010. The 12-day journey by sea around the southern tip of Africa and across the Atlantic ocean, although not as demanding as the 9 000 kilometres-plus faced by the three South African Nissans and the other 373 competitors in the Dakar, presents its own challenges. Ivar Tollefsen, part of a four-car team entered by Team Overdrive in 2009, which included Krzysztof and managed by Nissan Motorsport’s Glyn Hall nearly did not receive his Navara in time for the inaugural South American version of the Dakar Rally in Buenos Aires. The container truck transporting the Nissan and its spares en route from Johannesburg to Durban, missed the vessel after delays in completing Customs inspections. SAVINO arranged for the container to be loaded on to the Hamburg Sud’s Rio Negro that was to leave Durban a few days later. While still docked in Durban, the ship developed engine problems and eventually set sail for South America on 13th December 2008 – six days late. Because of the delays, the ship had to dock in Sepetiba instead of as scheduled in Buenos Aires, necessitating transshipment of the Nissan cargo to Buenos Aires. The captain of the Rio Negro obtained permission to increase his usual speed to arrive in Sepetiba in time for transfer to the connecting vessel, Rio de Janeiro. Arriving in Buenos Aires on 29th December 2008, the container was off loaded, custom

Kobus Maree, Managing Director of global logistics and forwarding company, Savino Del Bene South Africa (left), and Nissan Motorsport’s Glyn Hall. cleared and released to a relieved Glyn Hall and team on 30th December. “The 2008/2009 ‘race’ could not have been tighter or more dramatic,” said Hall. “All credit is due to SAVINO in South Africa and South America. Because they have never let us down, we were confident that Alfie’s Navara would reach Buenos Aires for scrutinising on 30th December 2009. A shipping agent does not go home at 5 o’clock in the afternoon - they are always available,” says Hall. SAVINO Managing Director, Kobus Maree admits that the successful off-

loading of Ivar’s Navara was the biggest challenge SAVINO ever faced. “We had to pull a lot of strings as these logistical challenges require major preparation. It is all about the people we rely on and once the urgency of the situation was understood, we cut through bureaucracy and red tape.” Ivar and his English co-driver, Quin Evans, finished the 2009 Dakar Rally in a remarkable fourth overall, winning the class for production vehicles. Ivar’s fourth is believed to be the highest achieved by a privateer in the modern era Dakar.

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Lack of consistency muddies BEE waters Verification agencies differ on issues of interpretation By Liesl Venter The appointment of a BroadBased Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) ombudsman or adjudicator is as important as the process of empowerment and transformation itself. This is according to Keith Levenstein, CEO of EconoBEE, who has called on the Department of Trade and Industry and the BEE Councils to implement a B-BBEE ombudsman or adjudicator without delay. “We need an independent person who can make rulings that are binding on everyone. At the moment we have situations arising where even though the BEE Codes are excellent, every verification agency has a different interpretation of those very codes resulting in

huge point differences.” With only about 20 accredited agencies in the country, Levenstein said there was on some levels a serious lack of understanding of the various codes. “Every consultant and verification agency has a different viewpoint and interpretation resulting in confusion. The process of empowerment and transformation is one that is extremely important, but it is just as important to have one standard.”

Levenstein said the lack of guidance had resulted in many businesses being negatively affected. “One agency will consider a business to be Level 4

compliant and the next one will walk in and consider it to be at Level 8. You ask ten different people to interpret the BEE Codes and you will get ten different answers. We believe an ombudsman will bring an end to this as we need to have standard interpretations and rulings.” Levenstein says neither the DTI nor Sanas is giving guidance on how the various codes should be interpreted. “The appeal process setup by Sanas is flawed as an appeal to

a verification agency is handled by the agency itself. It has reached the stage where B-BBEE scorecards have less credibility now than in previous years. This causes unhappiness and demotivation for the very companies that should be involved in implementing B-BBEE.” According to Levenstein, an adjudicator will give rulings on interpretations that are legally binding on all verification agencies, but will also be able to give advice on contentious issues before companies implement actions that may turn out to be worthless in terms of points. “We will be officially writing to the DTI to ask for the appointment of an ombudsman in the coming weeks,” said Levenstein.

Cape doctor can’t be blamed for latest CT delays! By Ray Smuts Up they popped with Jack-in-the-Box rapidity last week – ships lining up for berths at Cape Town Container Terminal with actual delays of more than 151 hours in one instance. Unlike a wind stoppage of nearly ten hours over 24 hours the previous week, Cape Town remained largely tranquil last week, but the one-ontop-of-another arrival of containerships

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affected operations. That in addition to the terminal operating without one of its four major berths due to an ongoing R4.5 billion terminal ‘remake’. In the 24 hours leading up to January 22, MSC Borneo (arrived 13 hours late), was delayed 115.58 hours, MSC Damla (four hours late) was delayed 97.50 hours and Nexeo Maersk was delayed 82.17 hours. At sunrise last Friday, six vessels lay at anchor

in the bay. Hansa Aalesund arrived January 17 and was due to berth January 20, for a total delay of 92.10 hours. (She arrived 9.9 hours late). Next up was Safmarine Ngami (arrived six hours early) but was expected to be delayed 162 hours overall. Pac Aries was 1.8 hours late in arriving but delayed 51.17 hours, Viking Eagle 1.8 hours late but delayed 151.25 hours, Border, delayed six hours, and MOL

Cullinan, delayed 64 hours. Fourteen vessels – by no means an excessive number for the terminal – were due

in the eight days to January 29, for a total of 8 201 containers – 4 170 imports and 4 031 exports.


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Airline volumes starting to move up Iata stats hint at better times ahead By Alan Peat Airfreight volumes in SA are on the increase, and are returning to pre-recession levels, according to airlines and cargo operators. This is in line with a report in the UK freight publication IFW, which suggested that European airlines had noted forwarders’ space demands were on the rise, and firm airfreight contracts were once again being signed. Chris Zweigenthal, CEO of the Airlines’ Association of SA, told FTW that his members were indicating that SA freight demand was also improving – although he was hesitant to comment on the contract issue. “That’s between airlines and customers,” he said. “But, if the demand is generally increasing, it’s only natural to assume that binding contracts will also once again start to be signed up.” The latest stats available to the association are hinting at better times. “However,” said Zweigenthal,

“we’ll have to wait for the full year’s figures from the International Air Transport Association (Iata) before we can say firmly what is happening. “But the decline in air cargo volumes definitely diminished significantly towards year-end.” There is also no doubt in the mind of Alwyn Rautenbach, MD of Airlink Cargo and chairman of the Air Cargo Operators’ Committee (Acoc), that things are looking a lot better. “Volumes are up,” he told FTW, “and, on a year-on-year basis, figures are beginning to resemble the levels in 2008 – before this economic crisis took a hold of things.” Rautenbach’s prediction is that relative boom times are ahead as the country begins to stock itself up for the 2010 Soccer World Cup. “Airlines are already booked solid for inbound cargo,” he said. “And, the nature of airfreight is that it caters for the urgent stuff, so I don’t expect there to be any sort of big drop-off after the World Cup.”

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Skills development could gain prominence on BBBEE scorecard

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Teta funding helps make training cost-effective Business could see greater emphasis being placed on skills development in the BBBEE scorecard based on recent comments by ANC Minister for Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande.

‘At present the maximum score from the BBBEE scorecard skills development pillar is 15%.’ ”Companies doing business with the government stand to lose out on lucrative tenders if they do not commit to skills development when they apply for government tenders,” Nzimande said in an interview with the Sunday Times last week. Stringent conditions will be put in place to force companies that have

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been awarded tenders to commit themselves to skills development and transfer, he added. According to Global Trade Training’s Charles Dey, at present the maximum score from the BBBEE scorecard skills development pillar is 15%. “Judging by the tone of the article, greater emphasis could be placed on this element of the scorecard,” he said. “At the same time as Government is becoming increasingly demanding in this area, the dynamic environment of change necessitates high degrees of competence from every individual at every level who is involved in international logistics and supply chain management,” he said. “This applies equally to freight forwarders, importers and

Charles Dey ... ‘Making the training as cost-effective as possible through Teta funding.’

exporters.” And as an accredited provider, Dey believes GTT is in a strong position to service the industry’s requirements. “We have a Teta-linked learner

management and reporting system, a flexible blend of face-to-face training and e-learning and an extensive community of experts. These combine to assist companies in meeting their competency needs while at the same time maximising BBBEE scorecard points.” GTT has also invested in the resources required to take companies through all the steps needed to acquire maximum BBBEE scorecard points, says Dey, “also making the training as cost-effective as possible through Teta funding. “We have created an integrated structure for each company to acquire much-needed competencies while at the same time meeting government’s increasingly stringent BBBEE demands and attracting the maximum possible Teta subsidies.”

Moves are afoot to improve the carbon and fuel efficiency of the world's fleet and therefore reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The World Shipping Council and its members have proposed to the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and its member governments a new global Vessel Efficiency System that would apply vessel efficiency design standards for both new and existing vessels in the world's fleet. Recognising that existing vessels have more limited ability to improve efficiency, they would be subject to less aggressive standards.


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SADC forum will bring together Customs and private sector Target to establish common market over entire African continent By James Hall The SADC Secretariat has polished up its act to promote a “Customs to Business Partnership Forum” and taken it on the road. When the workshop arrived in Swaziland last week, Gideon Phiri, the forum’s coordinator, said the body was needed as a foundation for an eventual Pan-African common market.

“The forum, when established, will act as a contact point between the customs department and private sector. The target is to establish a common market over the entire African continent, but this vision can only be achieved through the understanding and support of the stakeholders,” Phiri said. Private businesses involved in import/export

are to participate in the forum deliberations, which is necessary before a regional common market, the SADC Customs Union scheduled for this year, goes into effect. National customs and excise systems must be standardised, and this requires input from end users rather than having standards decreed by SADC officials, officials said. “We want to be accessible

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Trade agreements demystified Not a day goes by that we don’t read about another free trade agreement or preferential trade agreement that’s under discussion or due to be concluded in the near future. FTW frequently receives emails from readers requesting clarification on the names of member countries involved in various agreements and what they entail. And that’s what prompted this special feature. In consultation with a Customs specialist, FTW has compiled a list of current FTAs, with as much relevant detail as possible. And there are more to look out for. South Africa and the other Sacu members have concluded a Preferential Trade Agreement with Mercosur while negotiations are under way with regard to FTAs with India and Nigeria. South Africa and Sacu have also been pursuing an FTA with the United States. We hope the information provided helps our readers to make more informed decisions.

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Members

EU

SADC

EFTA

AGOA

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CMA

Various dates

July 1986

Bi-Lateral

01 January 2000

01 September 2000

01 May 2008

01 October 2000

Southern African Customs Union

European Union

Southern African Development Community

European Free Trade Association

African Growth and Generalised Opportunity Act System of Preferences

Common Monetary Area

Bi-Lateral Trade Agreements

Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa, and Swaziland

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom

Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe

Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland

United States of America

Lesotho, South Africa, Swaziland

Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe

European Community, Norway, Switzerland, Russian Federation, Turkey

Multilateral Monetary Area (MMA) as of February 1992, when Namibia formally joined the monetary union. The CMA, enacted in July 1986, originated from the Rand Monetary Area (RMA), which was established in December 1974; the signatories of the latter were South Africa, Lesotho, and Swaziland

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TRADE AGREEMENTS AND CUSTOMS

Understanding the terminology behind economic integration Daily we are exposed to a plethora of acronyms. A large number of these refer to some form of regional integration – CMA, Comesa, Efta, EU, Sacu and SADC, to name a few. Just as the acronyms differ in name, so do they differ in the level and types of economic integration. Over the past couple of years there has been a definite move by countries to align themselves economically

with their neighbours through the creation of trade blocs of one sort or another. And these blocs are increasingly engaging in discussions with each other to pursue integration. The trend seems to be regional trade blocs competing with each other on a multi-lateral basis, rather than countries competing on a bi-lateral basis.

The following table provides an overview of the forms of economic integration and their respective characteristics: Economic Integration Forms & Stages

Free Trade Zone

Free Trade Area

Customs Union

Common Market

Economic Union *

Political Union

Free movement of Goods

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X

X

X

X

X

Common external Tariff

-

-

X

X

X

X

Free movement- factor endowments

-

-

-

X

X

X

Common economic policies

-

-

-

-

X

X

Common political environment

-

-

-

-

-

X

* The Monetary Union is not covered in this table, it is addressed in the commentary on Economic Union

Source: TTi

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Free Trade Area: Over the past couple of years the press has extensively covered SA’s negotiations on Free Trade Agreements with the EU and SADC. To avoid confusion the Free Trade Area (FTA) is created as a result of the successful negotiation of a Free Trade Agreement. In effect an

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Top 50 Logistics Performers Country Rank Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

4.11 4.09 4.08 4.07 3.98 3.97 3.97 3.95 3.94 3.93 3.89 3.89 3.88 3.87 3.86 3.85 3.84 3.84 3.76 3.71 3.65 3.64 3.64 3.63 3.63

Czech Rep. China SA Malaysia Poland Israel Bahrain Lebanon Portugal Thailand Kuwait Latvia Slovak Rep. Turkey Saudi Arabia Brazil Iceland Estonia Philippines Lithuania Cyprus India Argentina Chile Mexico

100.0 99.2 98.8 98.5 95.7 95.5 95.2 94.9 94.5 94.2 92.9 92.6 92.4 92.3 91.7 91.4 91.3 91.2 88.7 86.9 85.0 84.9 84.7 84.5 84.3

BOTTOM 10 Logistics Performers Country Rank Score Somalia Eritrea Sierra Leone Namibia Rwanda Cuba Guinea-Bissau Iraq Nepal Sudan

155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146

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Cape Town 04/01/10-09/01/10 02/02/10-05/02/10 26/02/10-01/03/10 23/03/10-26/03/10 16/04/10-19/04/10 10/05/10-13/05/10

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80.5 79.9 78.9 78.4 78.2 77.5 76.2 75.1 75.0 73.6 73.2 72.2 71.9 71.4 71.3 70.6 70.5 69.3 68.8 68.5 68.4 67.9 67.4 67.3 65.7

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SA scores high on World Bank logistics index But domestically costs are double what they should be By Alan Peat South Africa has been ranked 28th most-efficient logistics country in the world according to “Connecting to Compete 2010” – the World Bank’s latest logistics performance index (LPI) for 155 countries around the globe. SA also appears at the top or high up in other of the LPI lists, and can certainly claim to be a good logistics performer when rated for international logistics efficiency. For example, SA was in first spot in the Top 10 logistics performers amongst upper middle-income countries – followed by Malaysia, Poland, Lebanon, Latvia, Turkey, Brazil, Lithuania, Argentina and Chile. We also won a listing amongst the 10 most significant over-performers (excluding high-income

countries) where SA was joined by Bangladesh; China; Democratic Republic of Congo; India, Madagascar, Philippines, Thailand, Uganda, and Vietnam (in no specific order). And being a good performer here is a very good indicator of just how well we can expect the SA economy to fare in the highly competitive global trade arena. “The importance of efficient logistics for trade and growth is now widely acknowledged,” said the World Bank. “A historical analysis based on the 2007 LPI or similar information has shown that better logistics performance is strongly associated with trade expansion, export diversification, ability to attract foreign direct investments and economic growth. “In other words, trade

logistics matter.” But, before we all go patting ourselves firmly on the back, a serious word of warning from the SA research specialists, the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR).

‘We have not managed to keep up with the rest of the world to create intelligent, effective transport networks.’ In its 2009 annual “State of Logistics (SOL)” survey for SA, the council pointed out that the World Bank index was divided into international and domestic. There’s no doubt about our relative excellence on the international logistics scale – which is composed of six items: Efficiency of the customs clearance process; quality of trade and transportrelated infrastructure;

ease of arranging competitively priced shipments; competence and quality of logistics services; ability to track and trace consignments; and frequency with which shipments reach the consignee within the scheduled or expected time. However, said the CSIR, it’s a different story if you look at SA rated on internal (domestic) logistics costs. In the original 2007 World Bank international index, SA was ranked 24th out of 150 countries, and it was the best-ranked developing country – even beating China (placed 30th). But, the CSIR ominously added, when rated on the domestic logistics costs, SA was placed only 124th – with transport remaining the biggest contributor. “These high logistics costs remain the biggest concern for the industry,” according to the CSIR’s 2009 SOL,

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HLC/HSL/LTI/MSC

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NDS

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COS/EMC/HSD/MBA

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Nicolai Maersk 1003

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NDS

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COS/EMC/HSD/MBA

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CSV/KLI/MIS/PIL

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05-Feb

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CSV/KLI/MIS/PIL

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06-Feb

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02-Feb

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CSV

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MSK/SAF

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MSK/SAF

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08-Feb

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CHL/DAL/MOL/MSK/SAF/TSA

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CMA/CSV

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MSK/SAF

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CMA/CSV

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MSK/SAF

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MSK/SAF

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MSK/SAF

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MSK/SAF

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MSK/SAF

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MSK/SAF

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MOL/PIL

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MSK/SAF

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UAF

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MSK/SAF

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MSK/SAF

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Mol Ability 2101B

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MOL

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MOL Caledon 102A

CHL/DAL/MOL/MSK/SAF/TSA

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CMA/CSC/MBA

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MOL/MSK/OAC/SAF

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-

Willi Rickmers 007

MSC/MSK/SAF

-

06-Feb 09-Feb

-

11-Feb

-

-

13-Feb

-

YM Ningbo 101E

KLI/NYK/PIL

-

01-Feb

-

-

-

-


Freight and Trading Weekly, Friday 29 January 2010

Easyfinder Guide to Agents EASIFINDER GUIDE TO AGENTS

AGENT

JHB 011

DBN 031

CT 021 510-7375

Africamarine Ships Agency

450-3314

306-0112

Alpha Shipping Agency (Pty) Ltd

450-2576

304-5363

Barwil Ship Services

285-0038

277-6500

-

201-4552

Bridge Marine

625-3000

460-0700

CMA CGM Shipping Agencies

285-0033

Combine Ocean

407-2200

BLS Marine

PE 041

RBAY 035

EL 043

PTA 012

WBAY 09264 64

Misc.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

421-5557

360-2477

797-9950

-

-

-

Saldanha Bay (022) 714-0410

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

386-0535

-

-

-

-

-

-

319-1300

911-0939

581-0240

797-4197

-

-

-

-

328-0403

419-8550

501-3427

-

-

-

-

-

Cosren Shipping Agency

622-5658

307-3092

418-0690

501-3400

-

-

-

-

-

CSAV Group Agencies SA

407-2288

328-0008

421-4171

-

-

-

-

-

-

Diamond Shipping

883-1561

570-7800

419-2734

363-7788

789-0437

-

-

-

Saldanha Bay (022) 714-3449

Eyethu Ships Agencies

-

301-1470

-

-

-

-

-

-

Mossel Bay

Freightmarine Shipping

407-2200

328-0402

419-8550

501-3400

789-1571

-

-

-

-

DAL Agency

881-0000

582-9400

405-9500

398-0000

-

700-8201

-

219-550

Mozambique (258) 21312354/5

Evergreen Agency (SA) (Pty) Ltd

574-9000

480-8600

419-9726

-

-

-

-

-

-

Galborg

340-0499

365-6800

402-1830

581-3994

788-9900

731-1707

-

202-771

Maputo (092581) 430021/2

Gearbulk

-

277-9100

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Global Port Side Services

-

328-5891

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

0860 101 260

583-6500

0860 101 260

-

-

-

-

-

-

Hamburg Sud South Africa

615-1003

334-4777

425-0145

-

-

-

-

-

-

HUA Hoegh Autoliners (ISS-Voigt)

994-4500

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Hull Blyth South Africa

-

360-0700

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Ignazio Messina & Co

884-9356

365-5200

418-4848

581-7833

-

-

-

-

-

Hapag-Lloyd

(044) 690-7119

Independent Shipping Services

-

-

418-2610

-

-

-

-

-

-

Island View Shipping

-

302-1800

425-2285

-

797-9402

-

-

-

-

ISS-Voigt Shipping

285-0113

207-1451

911-0938

518-0240

797-4197

-

-

-

SaldanhaBay (022) 714-1908

John T. Rennie & Sons

407-2200

328-0401

419-8660

501-3400

789-1571

-

-

-

-

King & Sons

340-0300

301-0711

440-5016

581-3994

788-9900

731-1707

-

219-550

Maputo (0925821) 430021/2 -

Lagendijk Brothers Holdings Land & Sea Shipping LBH South Africa

-

309-5959

-

-

-

-

-

-

679-1651

539-9281

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

309-5959

421-0033

-

788-0953

-

-

-

Saldanha Bay (022) 714-1203

Lloydafrica

455-2728

480-8600

402-1720

581-7023

-

-

-

-

-

Macs

340-0499

365-6800

402-1830

581-3994

788-9900

731-1707

-

202-771

Maputo (092581) 430021/2

Maersk South Africa (Pty) Ltd.

277-3700

336-7700

408-6000

501-3100

-

707-2000

-

209-800

-

-

202-9621

419-3119

-

789-5144

-

-

-

-

Marimed Shipping

884-3018

328-5891

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Mediterranean Shipping Co.

263-4000

360-7911

405-2000

505-4800

-

722-6651

335-6980

-

-

Mainport Africa Shipping

Meihuizen International

616-0595

202-9621

440-5400

-

-

-

-

-

-

Mitchell Cotts Maritime

788-6302

302-7555

421-5580

581-3994

788-9933

731-1707

-

219-550

-

Mitchell Cotts Maritime NYK

788-4798

301-1506

421-5580

581-3994

788-9933

731-2561

-

219-550

-

Mitsui OSK Lines SA

601-2000

310-2200

402-8900

501-6500

788-9700

700-6500

-

-

-

Metall Und Rohstoff

302-0143

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Neptune Shipping

807-5977

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Nile Dutch South Africa

325-0557

306-4500

425-3600

-

-

-

-

-

-

NYK Cool Southern Africa

-

-

913-8901

-

-

-

-

-

-

Ocean Africa Container Lines

-

302-7100

412-2860

-

-

-

-

-

-

Panargo

-

335-2400

434-6780

-

789-8951

-

-

-

Saldanha (022) 714-1198

PIL SA

201-7000

301-2222

421-4144

363-8008

-

-

-

-

-

-

568-1313

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Phoenix Shipping (Pty) Ltd. Quotations RNC Shipping Safbulk

0860-777-999

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

511-5130

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

408-9100

-

-

-

-

-

Safmarine

277-3500

336-7200

408-6911

501-3000

-

707-2000

335-8787

209-839

-

Seascape

616-0593

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Sea-Act Shipping cc

472-6266

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Seaclad Maritime

442-3777

327-9400

419-1438

-

-

-

-

-

-

Southern Chartering

302-0000

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Transmarine Logistics

450-2399

301-2001

425-0770

-

-

-

-

-

info@transmarine.co.za

Transocean Logistics

450-3314

306-0112

510-0370

-

-

-

-

-

-

Zim Southern Africa

324-1000

250-2222

425-1660/1/2

581-1896

797-9105/7/9

-

-

-

-

Abbreviations of Lines and Agents ASI ASL BEL CHL CMA CMZ CSA CSC CSV COS DAL DEL DML DSA ESA ESL FAY GAL GCL GRB GSL HLC HMM HSD HSL

Asiatic (Hull Blyth) Angola South Line (Meihuizen International/Seascape cc) Beluga Shipping (Mainport Africa Shipping) Consortium Hispania Lines (Seaclad Maritime) CMA-CGM (Shipping Agencies) Compagnie Maritime Zairose (Safmarine) Canada States Africa Line (Mitt Cotts) China Shipping Container Lines (Seaclad Maritime) CSAV (CSAV Group Agencies SA) Cosren (Cosren) Deutsche Afrika Linien(DAL Agency) Delmas Line (John T Rennie) Debala Mozambique Line (Mainport Africa Shipping) Delmas ASAF (Century) Evergreen Agency (SA) (Pty) Ltd Ethiopian Shipping Lines (Diamond Shipping) Faymon Shipping (Sea-act Shipping cc) Gulf Africa Lines (King and Sons) Global Container Lines (Freightmarine) Gearbulk Gold Star Line (Polaris Shipping) Hapag – Lloyd Eukor (Diamond Shipping) Hamburg Sud South Africa H Stinnes Linien (Diamond Shipping)

HOEGH Hoegh Autoliners (ISS Voigt) INM Intermarine (Mainport Africa Shipping) IRISL Islamic Repubic of Iran Shipping Lines (King & Sons) IVS Island View Shipping KEE Keeley Granite (Tern Shipping) KLI K.Line (Freightmarine) LAU NYK Cool Southern Africa LMC Ignazio Messina (Ignazio Messina) LNL Laurel Navigation Line (Polaris Shipping) MAC Macs (King & Sons) MAL Mainport Africa Container Line (Mainport Africa Shipping) MAR Marimed (Marimed Ship.) MAS Mascot Line (Marimed) MBA Maruba (Alpha Shipping) MAS Mascot Line (Marimed Shipping) MAU Mauritius Shipping Corporation (Alpha Shipping) MISC MISC Line (Bridge Marine) MSC Mediterranean Shipping Co. (MSC) MSK Maersk Line MOL Mitsui Osk Lines (Mitsui Osk Lines) MOZ Mozline (King & Sons) MOZ MOZIF (LBF) MUR MUR Shipping NDS Nile Dutch Africa Line B.V. (Nile Dutch South Africa) NVQ Navique (Tall Ships)

NYK (Mitchell Cotts – NYK Agency) OAC Ocean Africa Container Line (Ocean Africa) PHO (Phoenix Shipping) PIL Pacific International Line - (Foreshore Shipping) Pro ProLine (Bridge Marine) PRU Prudential Line (Alpha Shipping) Saf Safmarine (Safmarine) Sch Southern Chartering SCI Shipping Corp of India (Combine Ocean) SCO Sea Consortium (Bridge Shipping) SHL St Helena Line (RNC Shipping) SMU Samudera Shipping Line (African Marine Ships Agency) SSI Seacape Shipping Inc (Century Ships Agency) TOR Torm Line (Diamond Shipping) TSA Transatlantic (Mitchell Cotts) UAFL United Africa Feeder Line (Seaclad Maritime) UAL Universal Africa Lines (Seaclad Maritime) UASC United Arab Shipping Company (Seaclad Maritime) UNG Unigear (Gearbulk) WWL Wallenius Wilhelmsen (Barwil) Zim Zimstar (Zim Southern Africa) * Notice any errors? Contact Peter Hemer on Cell: 084 654 5510/Fax (011) 704-3015


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FTW4616

OUTBOUND BY DATE - Dates for sailing: 01/02/2010 - 15/02/2010

To: The Far East and South East Asia Name of Ship/Voy/Line Maersk Dubrovnik 1003

Updated daily on http://www.cargoinfo.co.za

WBAY CT

MSK/SAF

-

2/2

PE -

EL DBN RBAY Loading for -

-

-

TPP 20/02,PGU 22/02,PKG 23/02,CWN 23/02,BLW 23/02,HKG 24/02,SUB 24/02,YOK 25/02,UKB 25/02,HUA 25/02,SRG 25/02,PEN 25/02,

SHA 26/02,BUS 26/02,XMN 26/02,SGN 27/02,HPH 28/02,INC 01/03,TAO 04/03,OSA 04/03,NGO 04/03

Monte Azul 949E

SIN 14/02,HKG 18/02,NGO 23/02,YOK 24/02,BUS 27/02,SHA 01/03

MSK/SAF

-

-

-

-

2/2

-

Maruba Simmons 942E

MBA

-

-

-

-

1/2

-

PKG 16/02,SHA 23/02,NGB 24/02,XMN 26/02,SHK 27/02

Gustav Schulte 0002

CSV

-

-

-

-

1/2

-

SIN 11/02,HKG 15/02,SHA 20/02,NGB 22/02,CWN 25/02 SIN 13/02,HKG 18/02,SHA 21/02

YM Ningbo 101E

KLI/NYK/PIL

-

2/2

-

-

-

-

Maersk Davenport 1003

MSK/SAF

-

12/2

6/2

-

2/2

-

TPP 27/02,PGU 01/03,PKG 02/03,CWN 02/03,BLW 02/03,HKG 03/03,SUB 03/03,YOK 04/03,UKB 04/03,HUA 04/03,SRG 04/03,PEN 04/03, SHA 05/03,BUS 05/03,XMN 05/03,SGN 06/03,NGB 07/03,HPH 07/03,INC 08/03,TAO 11/03,OSA 11/03,NGO 11/03

Kota Permas 029

CSV/KLI/MIS/PIL

-

5/2

-

-

2/2

-

PKG 19/02,SIN 21/02,HKG 25/02,SHA 27/02,BUS 05/03,INC 05/03,KEL 05/03,KHH 05/03,YOK 08/03,NGO 08/03,UKB 08/03

Ital Massima 0838-017E

COS/EMC/HSD/MBA

-

-

-

-

3/2

-

SIN 16/02,PGU 18/02,PKG 18/02,LCH 19/02,JKT 19/02,SUB 19/02,PEN 19/02,SGN 19/02,HKG 20/02,DLC 20/02,BLW 20/02,BKK 20/02,SRG 21/02,

MNL 21/02,SHA 23/02,UKB 23/02,TYO 23/02,XMN 23/02,HPH 23/02,NGB 24/02,NGO 24/02,OSA 24/02,KHH 26/02,BUS 26/02,YTN 27/02,

TAO 28/02,TXG 02/03,YOK 02/03,KEL 05/03,TXG 06/03

Maersk Ipanema 1002

MSK/SAF

3/2

-

-

-

9/2

-

PKG 25/02,TPP 26/02

Maersk Jackson 1002

MSK/SAF

-

-

-

-

4/2

-

PKG 18/02,TPP 19/02

Mol Ability 2101B

MOL

-

-

-

-

4/2

-

SIN 20/02

Kota Wajar WJR209

PIL

-

-

-

-

6/2

-

SIN 22/02

Mol Destiny 3106B

MOL

-

6/2

-

-

-

-

SIN 19/02,HKG 23/02

HS Humbolt H1006R

MSC

-

-

-

-

6/2

-

KHH 22/02,SIN 24/02,XMN 03/03,SHA 04/03,CWN 05/03,HKG 06/03

Helgis 002

GRB/UNG

-

-

-

-

7/2

-

JKT 22/02

Monte Alegre 950E

MSK/SAF

-

-

7/2

-

9/2

-

SIN 21/02,HKG 25/02,NGO 02/03,YOK 03/03,BUS 06/03,SHA 08/03

Niledutch Shenzen 065

NDS

-

-

-

-

7/2

-

SIN 19/02

Alexandra Rickmers 943E

CSC/HLC/MBA

-

-

-

-

8/2

-

PKG 20/02,SHA 26/02,NGB 28/02,XMN 01/03,SHK 03/03

City of Beijing 312E

HSD/MSK/NDS/NYK/SAF

-

-

-

-

8/2

-

SIN 20/02,SHA 27/02,SHK 02/03

Jasper S 21

EAS/SCO

-

-

-

-

8/2

-

PKG 13/03,XMN 19/03,SHK 21/03

Kota Sabas 020

CSV/KLI/MIS/PIL

-

12/2

-

-

9/2

-

PKG 26/02,SIN 28/02,HKG 04/03,SHA 06/03,BUS 12/03,INC 12/03,KEL 12/03,KHH 12/03,YOK 15/03,NGO 15/03,UKB 15/03

Maersk Detroit 1003

MSK/SAF

-

-

13/2

-

9/2

-

TPP 06/03,PGU 08/03,PKG 09/03,CWN 09/03,BLW 09/03,HKG 10/03,SUB 10/03,YOK 11/03,UKB 11/03,HUA 11/03,SRG 11/03,PEN 11/03,SHA 12/03,

BUS 12/03,XMN 12/03,SGN 13/03,NGB 14/03,HPH 14/03,INC 15/03,TAO 18/03,OSA 18/03,NGO 18/03

UASC Jubail AA476E

CMA/CSC/MBA

-

-

-

-

9/2

-

PKG 20/02,HKG 25/02,BUS 28/02,SHA 02/03,NGB 04/03,CWN 06/03

Ital Fulgida 0839-015E

COS/EMC/HSD/MBA

-

-

-

-

10/2

-

SIN 23/02,PGU 25/02,PKG 25/02,LCH 26/02,JKT 26/02,SUB 26/02,PEN 26/02,SGN 26/02,HKG 27/02,DLC 27/02,BLW 27/02,BKK 27/02,SRG 28/02, MNL 28/02,SHA 02/03,UKB 02/03,TYO 02/03,XMN 02/03,HPH 02/03,NGB 03/03,NGO 03/03,OSA 03/03,KHH 05/03,BUS 05/03,YTN 06/03,

TAO 07/03,TXG 09/03,YOK 09/03,KEL 12/03,TXG 13/03

Kota Lawa 005E

SIN 21/02,HKG 26/02,SHA 01/03

KLI/NYK/PIL

-

10/2

-

-

-

-

Mate 1002

MSK/SAF

-

-

-

-

-

11/2

Mol Accord 0201

MOL

-

-

-

-

12/2

-

TPP 25/02,SHA 03/03,NSA 08/03,HKG 08/03 SIN 24/02

TBN tba

GRB/UNG

-

-

-

-

13/2

-

JKT 01/03

Mol Devotion 3204B

MOL

-

13/2

-

-

-

-

SIN 26/02,HKG 02/03

Cathrine Rickmers 951E

MSK/SAF

-

-

14/2

-

-

-

SIN 28/02,HKG 04/03,NGO 09/03,YOK 10/03,BUS 13/03,SHA 15/03

Msc Mahima H1007R

MSC

-

-

-

-

14/2

-

KHH 02/03,SIN 05/03,CWN 10/03,XMN 11/03,SHA 12/03,HKG 14/03

Loa 0004

CSV

-

-

-

-

15/2

-

SIN 25/02,HKG 01/03,TAO 05/03,SHA 07/03,NGB 08/03,CWN 10/03

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OUTBOUND BY DATE - Dates for sailing: 01/02/2010 - 15/02/2010

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WBAY CT

Jolly Marrone 277

LMC

Dal Kalahari 101B

CHL/DAL/MOL/MSK/SAF/TSA -

-

PE

EL DBN RBAY Loading for

-

-

-

2/2

-

MRS 26/02,GOI 27/02,BLA 01/03,NPK 04/03,TUN 27/03,MLA 27/03,UAY 29/03,BEY 29/03,BEN 29/03,AXA 31/03,TIP 31/03

1/2

-

-

-

-

ALG 13/02,CAS 13/02,CAZ 16/02,LIV 16/02,ORN 16/02,BLA 17/02,VEC 18/02,FOS 20/02,NPK 20/02,AXA 21/02,GIT 21/02,PSD 21/02,

UAY 22/02,ASH 22/02,ASH 24/02,TUN 25/02,GOI 25/02,KOP 25/02,MAR 25/02,SAL 25/02,BEY 26/02,GEM 26/02,SKG 26/02,PIR 27/02,

IST 27/02,TRS 27/02,IZM 01/03,HFA 02/03,MER 02/03

Msc Loretta 8R

HSL/LTI/MSC

-

2/2

-

-

-

-

VEC 16/02,SPE 21/02,LIV 21/02,GOI 22/02,NPK 22/02,HFA 22/02,FOS 23/02,BLA 26/02,AXA 28/02

Lars Maersk 102B

CHL/DAL/MOL/MSK/SAF/TSA -

8/2

-

-

1/2

-

ALG 20/02,CAS 20/02,CAZ 23/02,LIV 23/02,ORN 23/02,BLA 24/02,VEC 25/02,FOS 27/02,NPK 27/02,AXA 28/02,GIT 28/02,PSD 28/02,

UAY 01/03,ASH 01/03,ASH 03/03,TUN 04/03,GOI 04/03,KOP 04/03,MAR 04/03,SAL 04/03,BEY 05/03,GEM 05/03,SKG 05/03,PIR 06/03,

IST 06/03,TRS 06/03,IZM 08/03,HFA 09/03,MER 09/03

Jolly Bianco 002

LMC

-

-

-

-

9/2

-

MRS 05/03,GOI 06/03,BLA 08/03,NPK 14/03,TUN 03/04,MLA 03/04,UAY 05/04,BEY 05/04,BEN 05/04,AXA 07/04,TIP 07/04

Msc Laura 6R

HSL/LTI/MSC

-

6/2

3/2

-

1/2

-

VEC 22/02,SPE 27/02,LIV 27/02,GOI 28/02,NPK 28/02,HFA 28/02,FOS 01/03,BLA 04/03,AXA 06/03

Safmarine Mafadi 102B

CHL/DAL/MOL/MSK/SAF/TSA -

15/2

4/2

-

8/2

-

ALG 27/02,CAS 27/02,CAZ 02/03,LIV 02/03,ORN 02/03,BLA 03/03,VEC 04/03,FOS 06/03,NPK 06/03,AXA 07/03,GIT 07/03,PSD 07/03,

UAY 08/03,ASH 08/03,ASH 10/03,TUN 11/03,GOI 11/03,KOP 11/03,MAR 11/03,SAL 11/03,BEY 12/03,GEM 12/03,SKG 12/03,PIR 13/03,

IST 13/03,TRS 13/03,IZM 15/03,HFA 16/03,MER 16/03

Jasper S 21

EAS/SCO

-

-

-

-

8/2

-

HFA 07/03,ASH 09/03,HFA 11/03,AXA 12/03

Msc Venezia 12R

HSL/LTI/MSC

-

13/2

11/2

-

9/2

-

VEC 01/03,SPE 06/03,LIV 06/03,GOI 07/03,NPK 07/03,HFA 07/03,FOS 08/03,BLA 11/03,AXA 13/03

MOL Caledon 102B

CHL/DAL/MOL/MSK/SAF/TSA -

-

11/2

-

15/2

-

ALG 06/03,CAS 06/03,CAZ 09/03,LIV 09/03,ORN 09/03,BLA 10/03,VEC 11/03,FOS 13/03,NPK 13/03,AXA 14/03,GIT 14/03,PSD 14/03,

UAY 15/03,ASH 15/03,ASH 17/03,TUN 18/03,GOI 18/03,KOP 18/03,MAR 18/03,SAL 18/03,BEY 19/03,GEM 19/03,SKG 19/03,PIR 20/03,

IST 20/03,TRS 20/03,IZM 22/03,HFA 23/03,MER 23/03

Thies Maersk 1002

14/2

-

-

-

-

-

ALG 01/03

Tinglev Maersk 1006

14/2

-

-

-

-

-

ALG 22/02

To: UK, North West Continent & Scandinavia

Updated daily on http://www.cargoinfo.co.za

Dal Kalahari 101B

CHL/DAL/MOL/MSK/SAF/TSA -

1/2

-

-

-

-

RTM 14/02,TIL 15/02,BIO 16/02,BRV 18/02,LEI 18/02,CPH 19/02,GOT 19/02,HMQ 19/02,OFQ 20/02,HEL 22/02,OSL 25/02

Golden Isle 0108

MAC

2/2

-

-

-

-

VGO 21/02,RTM 27/02,LZI 02/03,PFT 02/03,IMM 02/03,HUL 02/03,HMQ 03/03,BXE 05/03,ORK 05/03,DUO 05/03,KRS 05/03,LAR 05/03,

OSL 06/03,ANR 07/03,OFQ 07/03,CPH 07/03,GOT 07/03,GOO 07/03,GRG 07/03,HEL 07/03,HEL 09/03,KTK 09/03,STO 09/03,BIO 13/03

Msc Loretta 8R

LZI 14/02,FXT 23/02,HMQ 25/02,BRV 26/02,ANR 27/02,BIO 28/02,RTM 01/03,LEH 01/03,LIV 02/03,VGO 05/03,HEL 05/03,LEI 06/03,

HSL/LTI/MSC

6/2 -

2/2

-

-

-

-

KTK 06/03,STO 08/03,KLJ 10/03,LED 13/03

Lars Maersk 102B

CHL/DAL/MOL/MSK/SAF/TSA -

8/2

-

-

1/2

-

RTM 21/02,TIL 22/02,BIO 23/02,BRV 25/02,LEI 25/02,CPH 26/02,GOT 26/02,HMQ 26/02,OFQ 27/02,HEL 01/03,OSL 04/03

Msc Laura 6R

HSL/LTI/MSC

6/2

3/2

-

1/2

-

LZI 20/02,FXT 22/02,HMQ 24/02,BRV 25/02,ANR 26/02,BIO 27/02,RTM 28/02,LEH 28/02,LIV 01/03,VGO 04/03,HEL 04/03,LEI 05/03,

-

KTK 05/03,STO 07/03,KLJ 09/03,LED 12/03

Safmarine Mafadi 102B

CHL/DAL/MOL/MSK/SAF/TSA -

Serenity Ace 10A

MOL

Msc Venezia 12R

HSL/LTI/MSC

15/2

4/2

-

8/2

-

RTM 28/02,TIL 01/03,BIO 02/03,BRV 04/03,LEI 04/03,CPH 05/03,GOT 05/03,HMQ 05/03,OFQ 06/03,HEL 08/03,OSL 11/03

-

-

-

8/2

7/2

-

VGO 23/02,ZEE 26/02,BRV 27/02

-

13/2

11/2

-

9/2

-

LZI 27/02,FXT 01/03,HMQ 03/03,BRV 04/03,ANR 05/03,BIO 06/03,RTM 07/03,LEH 07/03,LIV 08/03,VGO 11/03,HEL 11/03,LEI 12/03,

KTK 12/03,STO 14/03,KLJ 16/03,LED 19/03

MOL Caledon 102B

CHL/DAL/MOL/MSK/SAF/TSA -

-

11/2

-

15/2

-

RTM 07/03,TIL 08/03,BIO 09/03,BRV 11/03,LEI 11/03,CPH 12/03,GOT 12/03,HMQ 12/03,OFQ 13/03,HEL 15/03,OSL 18/03

Purple Beach 0109

MAC

-

-

12/2

15/2

13/2

-

VGO 06/03,RTM 11/03,LZI 14/03,HMQ 14/03,PFT 14/03,IMM 14/03,HUL 14/03,BXE 16/03,KRS 16/03,LAR 16/03,ORK 17/03,DUO 17/03,

OSL 17/03,ANR 18/03,OFQ 18/03,CPH 18/03,GOT 18/03,GOO 18/03,GRG 18/03,HEL 18/03,HEL 20/03,KTK 20/03,STO 20/03,BIO 25/03

Thies Maersk 1002

14/2

-

-

-

-

-

LZI 02/03,LEI 05/03

Tinglev Maersk 1006

14/2

-

-

-

-

-

LZI 23/02,LEI 26/02

To: East Africa

Updated daily on http://www.cargoinfo.co.za

Jolly Marrone 277

LMC

-

-

-

-

2/2

-

MPM 02/02,DAR 09/02,MBA 10/02

Jolly Bianco 002

LMC

-

-

-

-

9/2

-

MPM 10/02,DAR 15/02,MBA 17/02

Lilac Roller 0802

MAC

-

-

-

-

2/2

-

MPM 03/02,BEW 07/02

Brilliant 10A

MSC

-

-

-

-

3/2

-

BEW 05/02

Mol Unifier 0002

MOL

-

-

-

-

3/2

-

MPM 04/02

Ridge 49

MOL/MSK/OAC/SAF

-

-

-

-

4/2

-

MPM 05/02,MNC 09/02

Mol Ability 2101B

MOL

-

-

-

-

4/2

-

MPM 05/02

UAFL Mauritius 508

UAF

-

-

-

-

6/2

-

MPM 28/02

Arnis 281

PIL

-

-

-

-

-

-

MBA 17/03

Umgeni 11

MOL/MSK/OAC/SAF

-

-

-

-

7/2

-

BEW 10/02

Jasper S 21

EAS/SCO

-

-

-

-

8/2

-

DAR 13/02,MBA 17/02

Msc Leila 93A

MSC

-

-

-

-

8/2

-

MPM 09/02,MNC 13/02

Triton Ace 3A

MOL

-

-

-

-

8/2

-

MPM 11/02,DAR 14/02,MBA 15/02

Msc Chaneca 41A

MSC

-

-

-

-

10/2

-

BEW 13/02

Barrier 58

MOL/MSK/OAC/SAF

-

-

-

-

10/2

-

MPM 11/02,BEW 14/02

Mol Accord 0201

MOL

-

-

-

-

12/2

-

MPM 09/02

Hoegh St Petersburg 2

HOE/HUA

-

-

13/2

14/2

-

-

MPM 17/02

Lilac Roller 0804

MAC

-

-

-

-

14/2

-

MPM 15/02,BEW 18/02,MBA 24/02

FTW15619SD


OUTBOUND BY DATE - Dates for sailing: 01/02/2010 - 15/02/2010

To: West Africa

Updated daily on http://www.cargoinfo.co.za

Name of Ship/Voy/Line

WBAY CT

Jolly Marrone 277

LMC

Dal Kalahari 101B

CHL/DAL/MOL/MSK/SAF/TSA -

-

Msc Loretta 8R

HSL/LTI/MSC

Safmarine Andisa 1001

MSK/SAF

Lars Maersk 102B

CHL/DAL/MOL/MSK/SAF/TSA -

Jolly Bianco 002

LMC

Boundary 24S

PE

EL DBN RBAY Loading for

-

-

-

2/2

-

DKR 07/03

1/2

-

-

-

-

LPA 10/02

-

2/2

-

-

-

-

LPA 09/02,DKR 11/02,ABJ 12/02,TEM 14/02,APP 20/02,TIN 21/02

11/2

5/2

-

-

1/2

-

MSZ 20/02,LOB 23/02,PNR 27/02,SSG 08/03,DLA 10/03,MAT 13/03,LBV 19/03

8/2

-

-

1/2

-

LPA 17/02

-

-

-

-

9/2

-

DKR 14/03

MOL/MSC/MSK/OAC/SAF

-

2/2

-

-

-

-

MSZ 08/02,LAD 13/03

Buxmaster 714W

GSL

-

-

-

-

1/2

-

TEM 10/02,LFW 13/02,LOS 14/02,COO 21/02,TKD 23/02,ABJ 24/02

Troyburg YBU063

MOL/PIL

-

1/2

-

-

-

-

TEM 09/02,COO 11/02,LOS 12/02,DLA 16/02

Mol Silver Fern 0101

MOL

3/2

1/2

-

-

-

-

ABJ 08/02,TEM 10/02,DLA 12/02

Hansa Augustenburg 068

NDS

-

3/2

-

-

1/2

-

PNR 08/02,LAD 15/02,BOA 15/02,MAT 16/02,SZA 18/02,LBV 18/02,CAB 19/02,DLA 19/02,LOB 22/02,MSZ 28/02

Msc Laura 6R

HSL/LTI/MSC

-

6/2

3/2

-

1/2

-

LPA 15/02,DKR 17/02,ABJ 18/02,TEM 20/02,APP 26/02,TIN 27/02

Maersk Jamestown 1001

MSK/SAF

4/2

-

-

-

-

-

ABJ 09/02,TEM 12/02,APP 15/02

Safmarine Mafadi 102B

CHL/DAL/MOL/MSK/SAF/TSA -

15/2

4/2

-

8/2

-

LPA 24/02

Blue Sky 93/10

ASL

-

5/2

-

-

-

-

LAD 12/02,SZA 14/02,MAL 16/02

Safmarine Concord 1003/1004 SAF

-

9/2

-

-

6/2

-

ABJ 17/02,APP 20/02,TEM 22/02

Arnis 281

PIL

-

-

-

-

-

-

LOS 18/02,TEM 23/02,COO 27/02

CEC Copenhagen 510011

UAL

-

7/2

-

-

11/2

-

LAD 19/02,SZA 22/02,PNR 26/02

Kota Jasa JAA175

MOL/PIL

-

8/2

-

-

-

-

TEM 15/02,COO 17/02,LOS 19/02,DLA 24/02

Msc Venezia 12R

HSL/LTI/MSC

-

13/2

11/2

-

9/2

-

LPA 22/02,DKR 24/02,ABJ 25/02,TEM 27/02,APP 05/03,TIN 06/03

Msc Panama 48A

MSC

-

13/2

-

-

9/2

-

LAD 18/02,LOB 26/02

Mol Unifier 0201

MOL

-

14/2

-

-

10/2

-

ABJ 22/02,TEM 24/02,DLA 26/02

Maersk Phuket 1001

MSK/SAF

11/2

-

-

-

-

-

ABJ 16/02,TEM 19/02,APP 22/02

MOL Caledon 102B

CHL/DAL/MOL/MSK/SAF/TSA -

-

11/2

-

15/2

-

LPA 03/03

Commodore 314W

HSD/MSK/NDS/NYK/SAF

-

-

-

-

12/2

-

LFW 21/02,TEM 25/02,LOS 01/03

Pac Diamond VDM016

PIL

-

-

-

-

13/2

-

LAD 21/02

CSCL Callao 0007W

CSC/HLC/MBA/SMU

-

-

-

-

15/2

-

TEM 24/02,LFW 26/02,TIN 01/03,COO 06/03

To: Indian Ocean Islands

Updated daily on http://www.cargoinfo.co.za

Maersk Dubrovnik 1003

MSK/SAF

-

2/2

-

-

-

-

PLU 11/02

Maersk Davenport 1003

MSK/SAF

-

12/2

6/2

-

2/2

-

PLU 18/02

UAFL Mauritius 508

UAF

-

-

-

-

6/2

-

TLE 11/02,EHL 13/02,TMM 15/02,MAW 20/02,MUT 24/02

HS Humbolt H1006R

MSC

-

-

-

-

6/2

-

PLU 10/02,PDG 12/02,DIE 13/02,DZA 14/02,TMM 16/02,EHL 22/02,MJN 24/02

Hoegh Brasilia 25

HOE/HUA

-

-

-

-

9/2

-

TMM 13/02,LPT 15/02,PLU 17/02

Maersk Detroit 1003

MSK/SAF

-

-

13/2

-

9/2

-

PLU 25/02

Msc Mahima H1007R

MSC

-

-

-

-

14/2

-

PLU 18/02,PDG 20/02,EHL 22/02,DZA 23/02,MJN 24/02,TMM 27/02,DIE 01/03

Topeka CO002

WWL

-

-

15/2

-

-

-

RUN 22/02

USE THIS

SPACE FREIGHT & TRADING WEEKLY

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OUTBOUND BY DATE - Dates for sailing: 01/02/2010 - 15/02/2010

To: North America

Updated daily on http://www.cargoinfo.co.za

Name of Ship/Voy/Line Atlantic Eland 916

CSA/HLC

Safmarine Oranje 008

MSC/MSK/SAF

WBAY CT PE

EL DBN RBAY Loading for

6/2

3/2

-

-

-

-

MSY 23/02,HQN 02/03,SAV 08/03

-

6/2

3/2

-

1/2

-

NYC 24/02,BAL 26/02,ORF 27/02,CHU 01/03,FEP 02/03,NAS 03/03,MIA 04/03,POP 04/03,MHH 04/03,GEC 05/03,SDQ 05/03,TOV 05/03,

SLU 06/03,PHI 06/03,GDT 06/03,SJO 07/03,BAS 07/03,VIJ 07/03,RSU 08/03,PAP 08/03,KTN 08/03,HQN 09/03,BGI 09/03,STG 09/03,MSY 11/03

Msc Noa 947

NYC 03/03,BAL 05/03,ORF 06/03,CHU 08/03,FEP 09/03,NAS 10/03,MIA 11/03,POP 11/03,MHH 11/03,GEC 12/03,SDQ 12/03,TOV 12/03,

MSC/MSK/SAF

-

13/2

3/2

-

8/2

-

SLU 13/03,PHI 13/03,GDT 13/03,SJO 14/03,BAS 14/03,VIJ 14/03,RSU 15/03,PAP 15/03,KTN 15/03,HQN 16/03,BGI 16/03,STG 16/03,MSY 18/03

Stellenbosch 1009

GAL

Atlantic Impala 915

CSA/HLC

Ital Massima 0838-017E

-

-

-

-

4/2

3/2

ATM 04/03,HQN 07/03,MSY 10/03,JKV 26/03

10/2

7/2

-

-

4/2

3/2

MTR 01/03,BAL 11/03,SAV 14/03

COS/EMC/HSD/MBA

-

-

-

-

3/2

-

LAX 28/02,OAK 03/03,TIW 05/03,BCC 07/03

Ital Fulgida 0839-015E

COS/EMC/HSD/MBA

-

-

-

-

10/2

-

LAX 07/03,OAK 10/03,TIW 12/03,BCC 14/03

Willi Rickmers 007

MSC/MSK/SAF

-

-

10/2

-

15/2

-

NYC 10/03,BAL 12/03,ORF 13/03,CHU 15/03,FEP 16/03,NAS 17/03,MIA 18/03,POP 18/03,MHH 18/03,GEC 19/03,SDQ 19/03,TOV 19/03,

To: Australasia Maersk Dubrovnik 1003

SLU 20/03,PHI 20/03,GDT 20/03,SJO 21/03,BAS 21/03,VIJ 21/03,RSU 22/03,PAP 22/03,KTN 22/03,HQN 23/03,BGI 23/03,STG 23/03,MSY 25/03

Updated daily on://www.cargoinfo.co.za MSK/SAF

-

2/2

-

-

-

-

FRE 25/02,AKL 02/03,TRG 03/03,NPE 04/03,LYT 04/03,LYT 05/03,TIU 06/03,POE 06/03,SYD 06/03,TRG 06/03,MLB 07/03,NSN 08/03,

NPL 08/03,BSA 11/03,ADL 11/03

Maersk Davenport 1003

FRE 04/03,AKL 09/03,TRG 10/03,NPE 11/03,LYT 11/03,LYT 12/03,TIU 13/03,POE 13/03,SYD 13/03,TRG 13/03,MLB 14/03,NSN 15/03,

MSK/SAF

-

12/2

6/2

-

2/2

-

NPL 15/03,BSA 18/03,ADL 18/03

Ital Massima 0838-017E

COS/EMC/HSD/MBA

-

-

-

-

3/2

-

BSA 27/02,SYD 01/03,MLB 04/03

Queen Sapphire CO001

WWL

-

-

5/2

6/2

7/2

-

FRE 19/02,MLB 24/02,PKL 26/02,BSA 28/02

HS Humbolt H1006R

MSC

-

-

-

-

6/2

-

FRE 22/02,ADL 23/02,MLB 27/02,SYD 02/03,TRG 06/03,LYT 08/03

Hoegh Brasilia 25

HOE/HUA

-

-

-

-

9/2

-

FRE 27/02,MLB 03/03,PKL 06/03,BSA 09/03,TRG 13/03,NPE 14/03,WLG 16/03,LYT 17/03

Maersk Detroit 1003

MSK/SAF

-

-

13/2

-

9/2

-

FRE 11/03,AKL 16/03,TRG 17/03,NPE 18/03,LYT 18/03,LYT 19/03,TIU 20/03,POE 20/03,SYD 20/03,TRG 20/03,MLB 21/03,NSN 22/03,

NPL 22/03,BSA 25/03,ADL 25/03

Ital Fulgida 0839-015E

COS/EMC/HSD/MBA

-

-

-

-

10/2

-

BSA 06/03,SYD 08/03,MLB 11/03

Hoegh St Petersburg 2

HOE/HUA

-

-

13/2

14/2

-

-

FRE 27/02,MLB 03/03,PKL 05/03,BSA 07/03,NOU 09/03,TRG 11/03,NPE 12/03,WLG 14/03,LYT 15/03

Msc Mahima H1007R

MSC

-

-

-

-

14/2

-

FRE 01/03,ADL 02/03,MLB 06/03,SYD 09/03,TRG 13/03,LYT 15/03

Topeka CO002

WWL

-

-

15/2

-

-

-

FRE 03/03,MLB 08/03,PKL 10/03,BSA 12/03

-

-

-

2/2

-

To: Middle East, Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka Jolly Marrone 277

LMC

-

Updated daily on http://www.cargoinfo.co.za JED 19/02,RUH 11/03,AQJ 16/03,MSW 16/03,PZU 16/03,HOD 17/03,AUH 21/03,DXB 23/03,KWI 23/03,NSA 23/03,BAH 26/03,BND 26/03,

DMN 26/03,DOH 26/03,MCT 26/03,BQM 28/03

Maersk Jurong 1004

MSK/SAF

-

3/2

-

-

-

-

SLL 15/02,JEA 19/02,NSA 24/02

San Alessio 0299

CMA/CSV

-

-

-

-

1/2

-

JEA 13/02,BND 15/02,NSA 19/02

Jolly Bianco 002

LMC

-

-

-

-

9/2

-

JED 25/02,RUH 17/03,AQJ 22/03,MSW 22/03,PZU 22/03,HOD 23/03,AUH 27/03,DXB 29/03,KWI 29/03,NSA 29/03,BAH 01/04,BND 01/04,

DMN 01/04,DOH 01/04,MCT 01/04,BQM 03/04

Saylemoon Rickmers 1002

CMA/CSV

-

2/2

-

-

7/2

-

JEA 19/02,BND 21/02,NSA 25/02

Ital Massima 0838-017E

COS/EMC/HSD/MBA

-

-

-

-

3/2

-

CMB 21/02,NSA 23/02

Nysted Maersk 1004

MSK/SAF

-

10/2

-

-

3/2

-

SLL 22/02,JEA 26/02,NSA 03/03

Msc Magali 8A

MSC

-

-

-

-

5/2

-

NSA 15/02,IXY 17/02,BQM 19/02,JEA 22/02,SHJ 25/02,AUH 25/02,MCT 25/02,BAH 25/02,DMN 25/02,KWI 25/02,BND 25/02,DOH 27/02,

RUH 04/03

Arnis 281

PIL

-

-

-

-

-

-

BQM 31/03

Jasper S 21

EAS/SCO

-

-

-

-

8/2

-

JIB 28/02,Suez 06/03,AQJ 07/03,CMB 27/03

San Aurelio 1003

CMA/CSV

-

10/2

-

-

15/2

-

JEA 27/02,BND 01/03,NSA 05/03

Ital Fulgida 0839-015E

COS/EMC/HSD/MBA

-

-

-

-

10/2

-

CMB 28/02,NSA 02/03

Maersk Bratan 1004

MSK/SAF

-

-

-

-

10/2

-

SLL 01/03,JEA 05/03,NSA 10/03

Msc Sena 6A

MSC

-

-

-

-

11/2

-

NSA 21/02,IXY 23/02,BQM 25/02,JEA 28/02,SHJ 03/03,AUH 03/03,MCT 03/03,BAH 03/03,DMN 03/03,KWI 03/03,BND 03/03,DOH 05/03,

RUH 10/03

Msc Aurelie 9A

NSA 25/02,IXY 27/02,BQM 01/03,JEA 04/03,SHJ 07/03,AUH 07/03,MCT 07/03,BAH 07/03,DMN 07/03,KWI 07/03,BND 07/03,DOH 09/03,

MSC

-

-

-

-

15/2

-

RUH 14/03

To: South America

Updated daily on http://www.cargoinfo.co.za

Ital Festosa 0842-024W

COS/EMC/HSD/MBA

-

2/2

-

-

-

-

MVD 11/02,BUE 12/02,SSZ 17/02

Mol Delight 3507A

MOL

-

-

-

-

3/2

-

SSZ 13/02,BUE 16/02,MVD 18/02,PNG 20/02,SFS 21/02,RIO 25/02

Jing Po He 098W

COS/EMC/HSD/MBA

-

9/2

-

-

5/2

-

MVD 18/02,BUE 19/02,SSZ 24/02

CSAV La Ligua 1003

CSV

-

-

-

-

6/2

-

SSZ 17/02,MVD 20/02,BUE 21/02,RIG 22/02,ITJ 24/02,PNG 24/02

Monte Rosa 003W

MSK/SAF

-

-

-

-

7/2

-

SPB 17/02,SSZ 18/02,BUE 21/02,RIG 24/02,NVT 26/02,PNG 28/02

Mol Dedication 3608A

MOL

-

-

-

-

10/2

-

SSZ 20/02,BUE 23/02,MVD 25/02,PNG 27/02,SFS 28/02,RIO 04/03

Libra Ipanema 0951

CMA/CSV

-

-

-

-

12/2

-

ITJ 22/02,SSZ 24/02,PNG 26/02,RIG 01/03

Ital Fiducia 0844-019W

COS/EMC/HSD/MBA

-

-

-

-

12/2

-

MVD 25/02,BUE 26/02,SSZ 03/03

CSAV Laraquette 1004

CSV

-

-

-

-

13/2

-

SSZ 24/02,MVD 27/02,BUE 28/02,RIG 03/03,ITJ 05/03,PNG 07/03

Monte Aconcagua 004W

MSK/SAF

-

-

-

-

14/2

-

SPB 24/02,SSZ 25/02,BUE 28/02,RIG 03/03,NVT 05/03,PNG 07/03

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FTW8_29January2010  

Freight & Trading Weekly

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