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Super Terminals in Manaus, Brazil, is buying four cutting-edge eco cranes, worth $8M, from Kalmar of Finland.  Full story >>

Monaco-based Scorpio Group has contracted three 19,200teu box ships at Samsung HI for bareboat charter to Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC).  Full story >>

A port worker has died after a mystery accident at Port of Tauranga in New Zealand.  Full story >>

The former deputy chief of the Royal Australian Navy, and more recently CEO of Sydney Ferries, Rear Admiral Geoffrey Smith, has been jailed for at least 18 months for fraud.  Full story >>

Two bulk ports on Australia’s west coast are up for sale – Utah Point in the ore rich Pilbara and Kwinana south of Fremantle.  Full story >>

As brokers predicted, freight rates for long-range product tankers began topping out this week.  Full story >>

Hong Kong-listed intra-Asia box carrier SITC International Holdings’ profits gained 9% year on year to $56M in 1H14 due to better freight rates and its expanded freight forwarding business.  Full story >>

Rongsheng Heavy Industries Group Holdings (RSHI), which has been undergoing restruturing, said its losses surged 142% year on year to CNY3.1Bn ($497.7M) in the first half of 2014, due to steep falls in output and orders.  Full story >>

Singapore-based offshore vessel builder ASL Marine's profit for FY2014 dived 50.3% year on year due to a 4QFY14 loss.  Full story >>

Shanghai-listed China COSCO stayed in the red for the first half of 2014, recording a loss of CNY2.28Bn ($371M), up almost 130% year on year from the loss of CNY989M, according to its interim fiscal report released today.  Full story >>

Japanese classification society ClassNK will embark on a joint research project together with Daihatsu Diesel.  Full story >>

Shanghai-listed China Shipping Container Lines (CSCL) announced today that the company posted profit of CNY460.3M ($75M) for the first six months of 2014, returning to black from a loss of CNY1.27Bn in 1H13.  Full story >>

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