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Shipping Timesweb site
OCTOBER 5, 1998
Shipping News
  • Calypso owners seek damages from local yard
    Court hearing on 1996 sinking of famed ocean research ship starts today
  • Ship with ecological mission
  • Evergreen expects US$6m savings with start of China service
  • Indian state woos M'sian investors for port projects
  • New business to boost Southampton port's box volume by 11%
  • Lloyd's Register denies claim of deficiency in safety checks
  • Maritime employers reject ITF pay claims
  • Port shots
Air and Land Transport
  • US-UK air talks kick off with one less obstacle
    Unlike previous rounds of talks, EC has already cleared BA-AA alliance
  • PAL needs foreign wings to help it keep flying in stormy skies
  • SIA's Aug overall load factor drops to 69.5%
  • ANA applies for approval for code-sharing deal
  • Virgin Atlantic keen to fly to India
  • Thai Airways' plan to cancel jet orders a blow for Boeing, Airbus
Columns
  • Canadian Pacific, Evergreen expanding in different ways

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Sched Netweb site
OCTOBER 5, 1998
  • MSC begins new independent Ex-Asia operation
  • Hong Kong/China shift most westbound cargo
  • Jardine Ship Management gets new GM
  • First Asian logistics event to offset crisis
  • SCCC on trail of new partners
  • FDX releases latest figures
  • Lufthansa Cargo orders six Boeing MD-11 freighters
  • American Airlines plans European expansion

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urgente online pressweb site
OCTOBER 5, 1998
  • Llega Fitrans'98, ágora del transporte español
  • El puerto de Santa Cruz de Tenerife se acerca a la ciudad
  • Aragón renueva las carreteras del Eje del Maestrazgo
  • Holanda proyecta una nueva red ferroviaria antes del año 2000
  • DHL transporta el voto de los estadounidenses en España

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Lloyd's Listweb site
OCTOBER 5, 1998
  • Asian shippers slam terminal charges
    Singapore shippers have launched a bitter attack on lines for imposing terminal handling charges and other rate increases in the face of the deepening recession in Asia.
  • Oil summit warns of further oversupply
    LEADING oil companies must tune their strategies to the prospect of an oversupply of crude continuing for some time, an industry summit has agreed.
  • Container surge for China Shipping
    China Shipping's ambitious expansion of its nascent container trade is targeting increasing revenues from its container business to majority share of the group's overall revenue.
  • Australian firms to sue after gas blast
    INDUSTRY in the Australian state of Victoria is preparing to claim hundreds of millions of dollars from the gas industry following the processing plant explosion on September 25, 1998, that axed the state's gas supplies.
  • Demurrage warning to shipowners
    Shipowners need to be aware of the danger of unreasonable delaying actions by cargo interests, the Swedish Club has warned.
  • EC gives details of tax system to replace duty free
    THE European Commission has clarified how value added tax and excise duties apply to sales of goods made on intra-European Union air and ferry journeys after the abolition of duty free on June 30 next year.
  • Terrible potential of the military trimaran
    The technological development of warships is a very expensive business. It is also an historically necessary business, for to stay one jump ahead of the likely opposition is the only way to give your navy the edge over a potential enemy's.
  • New Malaysia terminal bullish despite slump
    Tanjung Pelepas, the new Malaysian port being developed at the southern tip of Peninsular Malaysia, is unperturbed by the economic downturn and has stressed there will be no downscaling in the light of the recession.

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