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Shipping Timesweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
Shipping News
  • G&U's new districentre to act as regional hub
    $38m complex dedicated to supply chain management of chemicals in Asia-Pacific
  • Official opening today of NOL's Viet terminal
  • 1990 Californian oil spill case settled for US$16m
  • IMC to order two tankers
Air and Land Transport
  • Majority of airports around the world ready for Y2K: Iata
    It will be business as usual on New Year's Eve, aviation conference told
  • US airlines come up with customer service plans
  • Boeing chief meets Israeli PM to discuss jet sales to El Al
  • Shanghai seeks economic boost with opening of airport
Features
  • Freight set to rake in RM91m
    Revenue from freight service could top RM100 million next year, says company
Columns
  • Vessel which failed to keep proper lookout partly to blame for collision

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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
  • Kobe's user-friendly strategy
  • German lines seek FMC approval for joint agreement
  • Canada looks at antitrust
  • US marine transportation system prepares for growth
  • Quality drive at Lufthansa
  • Technology changing the face of postal services
  • Agra signs up for Inchon International Airport

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Cargowebweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 1999
  • Eurokai buys terminal operations Contship
  • Hessenatie wins licence in Antwerp
  • Unrest at the Belgian railways and postal services
  • Canada Post in alliance with SAP
  • UPS Number 1 network innovator, said PC Week
  • Kühne & Nagel sell Dutch transport company

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Cyber Shipping Guide - Ocean Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
  • COSCO Container Wins Transport Bidding of Toyota
  • MOL Adds Another Loop to Its Japan/China Services
  • ICC Unveils Incoterms 2000
  • P&O Reports Mid-Year Profit of 185 Million Pound
  • Sino-Japan Maritime Talks to Be Held Mid November
  • DHL Launches Temperature Controlled Service

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urgente online pressweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
  • Designado nuevo jefe de Deutsche Bahn
  • Cargas Renfe crece en Galicia
  • Nueva ruta de Baiona a Reino Unido
  • Virgin anuncia vuelos interalemanes
  • EE.UU. aprueba códigos compartidos entre American Airlines y LanChile

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
  • Rs 45,000 cr needed to develop port infrastructure: Assocham study
  • FedEx hub in Paris may reduce delivery time from India
  • 'Uniform code' for exports, imports on cards
  • FIIA move to resolve problems of foreign investors
  • EPB meet today to take stock of EDI preparedness of govt wings
  • Export valuation system may help Customs Dept
  • Tea Board to check quality of export to Russia
  • CEU Secy-Gen. moots new trade body to replace EPCs
  • Rice export curbs unlikely
  • IPCL disinvestment may deprive IOC of naphtha consumer
  • Coffee Board's arbitration scheme awaits government's approval
  • 20 Indian firms to take part in Medica '99

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 1999
  • New York closes for hurricane
  • Baltic stockpile means prices likely to remain soft
  • Falmouth dry until Monday 20
  • Crude rebound firms Rotterdam
  • Fujairah likely to remain steady short term
  • Saudi posted prices up USD 4-5 p/Mt
  • Strong demand at Suez pushes prices to week high
  • Bunkerworld.com signs 200th e-Business customer
  • Hong Kong bunkers to resume Friday
  • Japan avails tight - no improvement forecasted
  • Korea prices expected to dip
  • Asian market review: Stable to soft trend in balanced market
  • Typhoon brings Hong Kong to a halt today

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 1999
  • Brazil to sign historic offshore contracts
    Brazil's national petroleum agency, ANP, says the government will sign historic oil rights concession contracts with 10 foreign firms and the national oil company Petrobras in a September 24 ceremony in Rio de Janeiro.
  • Halter Marine and Friede Goldman amend merger terms
    Halter Marine Group, Inc. and Friede Goldman International Inc. have agreed to amend the terms of their proposed merger. Because Friede Goldman is in a contract dispute with a "significant customer," each Halter share will be converted into 0.57 of a share of Friede Goldman, rather than the 0.4614 of a share provided for in the original proposal
  • LISCR opens London office
    Liberia International Ship & Corporate Registry (LISCR), the new operator of the Liberian Register, is to open a London office on October 1

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Il Sole 24 Ore On Lineweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
  • Concorrenza nel cabotaggio
    La Ue insiste: no alle sovvenzioni per la Tirrenia
  • Probabile ingresso di Maersk dopo la cessione (250 miliardi) di Contship Italia a Eurokai
    Nuovi soci nel futuro di Gioia Tauro
    E il gruppo Blg di Brema progetta un maxi-terminal per lo smistamento di auto nuove nel bacino mediterraneo
  • Soddisfazione alla Spezia: «Così l'Europa fa concorrenza agli asiatici»
  • Cecilia Batistello, una donna dietro le quinte dell'accordo
  • Al porto calabrese si attendono le strategie del colosso tedesco
  • A Trieste traffici ridotti: è a rischio la concessione Ect

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
  • More ports shut as Floyd rages
    HURRICANE Floyd packed a considerable punch yesterday as it made landfall in North Carolina and surged north, disrupting shipping and closing ports up and down the US East Coast.
  • American Trader spill settlement
    IN a landmark legal deal, tanker owner Attransco has agreed to pay $16m to the state of California in settlement of claims related to the 1990 grounding of the American Trader, writes John McLaughlin.
  • BG growth plan on track
    BRITAIN'S biggest gas company, BG, has said it is on track to deliver promised increased growth from its international operations, with a further boost from the stronger crude oil price.
  • Armada assembled to tackle millennium gas troubles
    EMERGENCY teams of gas experts are ready to put to sea under plans to tackle any supply disruption due to millennium trouble, writes James Brewer.
  • Groupe Bourbon orders second bulker in China
    FRENCH shipping to supermarkets group, Groupe Bourbon, has ordered a second handysized bulker from the new Nantong Cosco Khi Ship Engineering Company in Nantong.
  • Scandlines on waste export charge
    SCANDLINES, the freight and passenger ferry operator, has been charged by Danish police with exporting dangerous waste in the form of a ferry containing asbestos, writes Andrew Draper.
  • ANL and Shell in reprieve for flag
    AUSTRALIA'S dwindling shipping fleet remains intact, at least for now, following decisions by two companies to cancel the disposal of vessels after talks with maritime unions.
  • Maritime Union vows to fight for industry
    THE Maritime Union of Australia says its negotiations with ANL Container Line and Shell Australia to halt the disposal of ships indicate the union's determination to shore up the industry in the face of the Australian government's inertia, writes Sandy Galbraith.

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Fairplayweb site
SEPTEMBER 16, 1999
  • Holyman moves to counter Adsteam bid
  • Competition forces Nenaco to look abroad
  • Eurokai and Eurogate swallow Contship Italia
  • Ferry line calls for English-speaking pilots
  • P&O reflagging supports tonnage tax regime
  • Kværner appoints new CFO
  • Massive losses might lead to Navion sale
  • Cruise lines 'must be transparent over figures'
  • Meliksah pollution covers Sri Lankan beaches
  • Indian Shipping Directorate to become autonomous
  • Waste shipment to be returned to sender
  • Royal Caribbean to base five ships in the Med
  • South Africa invests for car trade
  • Crew still missing five days after vessel sank
  • Eidsiva plans share issue
  • Port accord ends Cebu strike
  • Scandlines ferries have bridge trouble

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
Home
  • Pacific shippers say law is working
  • Storm disruption will be limited
  • Typhoon disrupts Hong Kong's cargo flow
  • UAW, DaimlerChrysler reach new auto pact
  • DaimlerChrysler, Caterpillar form logistics partnership
  • UP, rail supply companies to finalize maintenance agreement
Transportation
  • Russian government promotes intermodal route
  • Rising fuel prices cut into FDX profit
  • TNT Ltd. signs agreement to use software from Descartes Systems
  • Trucker says he disregarded signal before wreck with Amtrak train
  • Thai finance ministry plans partial sale of Thai Airways
  • Shanghai hangs hopes on new airport
Maritime
  • Maersk settles rebating case
  • NJ Governor signs dredging legislation

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
  • Brokers out of the loop
    THE MARINE insurance market is being rocked by a decision of a leading underwriter to axe commissions to insurance brokers. The controversial move is set to take the lid off the world of insurance commissions and place the onus on shipowners to reward brokers.
  • Trogir sideswiped
  • P&O heads for the exit
  • Klaveness builds big
  • Oil major's manoeuvre
  • Bunker war in Fujairah
  • China liner expanding
  • Just follow Hercules
  • Detentions
  • Casualties

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