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Shipping Timesweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 1999
Shipping News
  • HK in drive to promote port, register to Europe, US
    High-level team to highlight incentives taken to promote port as int'l hub
  • Keppel Philippines' profits in first half down 75%
  • Don't take White List all that seriously, ISF warns
  • Income rise puts shine back on Golden Ocean
  • IPBCC warns of bunker surcharges
  • Port shots
Air and Land Transport
  • Lufthansa Cargo eyes air express market
    Yields are higher, helping to make up for declining yields in cargo sector
  • China Airlines denies improper landing in HK
  • Airbus wins 11-plane order from Lufthansa
  • US urges new changes to EU aircraft noise law
  • VW unveils its first super-luxury car
Columns
  • Who will pay for dredging Suez Canal to take 18,000 TEU ships?

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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 1999
  • P&ON to open Shenzhen branch office
  • YKL crosses the divide with China Land Bridge service
  • Cosco, FMC bosses meet
  • UASC profits slide 49pc
  • Penang port to increase container handling
  • MISC upgradess Asia service with K Line slot agreement
  • NTN Thai plant rolls into action
  • China's post to benefit from overseas expertise
  • AeroMexico to join Delta/Air France alliance
  • UPS, Oracle combine software
  • Guangzhou in command
  • Air Canada hopes to sway shareholders with profits

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Cargowebweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
  • Deutsche Bahn Cargo continues as Railion
  • P&O back under British flag
  • The Netherlands wants to share in cost of German rail link
  • Joint venture in car logistics
  • Danzas co-operation with Securicor
  • Belgian strike goes on

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Cyber Shipping Guide - Ocean Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 1999
  • Japanese Shippers, TSA to Resume Dialog
  • New P&O Nedlloyd Shenzhen Branch Office Granted
  • CPR Opens Vancouver Intermodal Facility

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urgente online pressweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
  • Huelga en Renfe
  • Correos de Brasil moderniza sistema informático
  • Lan Chile incrementa sus pasajeros en 14 por ciento
  • MSAS Global Logistics contratada por Packard Bell NEC
  • Northwest Airlines y KLM fortalecen su alianza
  • Red de expertos en transporte aéreo
  • Fusión de Pratt & Whitney y General Electric Aircraft Engines

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
  • Richard Ward appointed chief executive of IPE
  • OPEC economic experts say global oil stocks still too high
  • US regulators may delay Exxon-Mobil merger
  • Panama Canal transit congestion expected next week
  • South American markets report mainly good avails
  • Tight in St. Eustatius until 22nd, Bahamas badly hit
  • Price confusion in the Med. ahead of OPEC meeting
  • Halifax run out of IFO fuels
  • US East Coast should be back on track today
  • Asphalt production makes USWC quiet until mid Oct.
  • Strong exports keep Houston tight

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The East Africanweb site
SEPTEMBER 15-21, 1999
  • Mv 'Victoria' Ferry Goes for Routine Repairs
  • UK Ferries Beat Duty Free Rule
  • Company to Hire Mercenaries for Security

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Marine Logweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
  • P&O brings boxship back to British flag
    Lord Sterling, chairman of P&O, has started to make good on his promise to bring "at least 50" ships onto the British register
  • Ocean Rig announces $90 million share issue
    Ocean Rig continues its efforts to adjust to the newly agreed later delivery dates for the two Bingo rigs under construction at Friede Goldman.

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 20, 1999
  • Chevron poised for Phillips bid
    US OIL major Chevron has been linked to a $10bn takover of Phillips Petroleum, a deal which would create a combined group worth nearly '50bn in the latest wave of industry consolidation.
  • Owners face 'black box' requirement
    GOVERNMENTS are moving closer to making it compulsory for ships to install "black boxes" to help solve riddles of accidents at sea.
  • Value of large claims to rise
    While the number of P&I claims exceeding $100,000 is likely to continue to decline, the value of such claims is set to go on rising, the UK P&I Club has warned.
  • Ocean Rig increases placement to $90m
    RNorway's troubled Ocean Rig said on Friday that it was increasing the size of its private placement from $75m to $90m, because of a $10m drop in the amount it can draw on a loan granted last year by MiesPierson and Christiania Bank.
  • French confirm start date for Port 2000
    French Transport Minister, Jean-Claude Gayssot, has confirmed the government's intention to launch work on the port of Le Havre's new FFr3bn+ ($500m) container terminal - Port 2000 - before the end of next year.
  • Strike halts Le Havre cargo handling
    CARGO handling was brought to a halt for 12 hours at the port of Le Havre on Saturday as port employees went on strike to protest over what they claim is inadequate investment in port equipment following an accident involving a container gantry, writes Andrew Spurrier, Le Havre.
  • P&I trial of error
    THE UK P&I Club, the largest of the marine mutuals, is embarking on a major study in order to investigate the underlying causes of claims attributed to human error.
  • 300,000 dwt Iran Najm . . .
    The 300,000 dwt Iran Najm is pictured in the port of Le Havre yesterday during its first call. The VLCC, which was built in 1996 by Daewoo Shipbuilding of Okpo for National Iranian Tanker Company, is 332 m long, 58 m wide and has a draught of 22 m.

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Fairplayweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
  • John A Hadjipateras died yesterday
  • AESA baffled by one-day strikes at Seville yard
  • BC Ferries restructuring
  • Holyman hints at mystery bidder
  • Taiwan striving for hub port status
  • Coega port gets go-ahead
  • German ports should streamline inland services
  • Carnival boosted by capacity increase
  • Thai owners get ten-day THC ultimatum
  • Saigon container terminal inaugurated
  • Intertanko urges scrutiny of Y2K clauses
  • BHP shipping remains uncertain
  • Lloyd Werft seeks to build hull outside Germany
  • Indian banks tighten lending to port projects
  • Friede Goldman reduces offer for Halter Marine
  • Kawasaki HI expects half-year pre-tax loss

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 18, 1999
Home
  • Shippers: Market requires flexibility
  • Forget about libraries, mail. Trade data is a Web site away
  • US urges new changes to EU aircraft noise law
  • Sugar producers say WTO talks critical
  • GeoLogistics Americas to focus on global logistics
  • Pilots union pledges support to Polar Air Cargo crew in contract dispute
  • UAW turns attention to GM after DaimlerChrysler agreement
  • New China airport opens Monday
Transportation
  • Get new box terminal, Tellier urges Halifax
  • Detroit chosen for terminal
  • Intermodal increase seen bolstering profit
  • Polar Air Cargo faces new threat of strike
Maritime
  • Unions, operators remain at odds nationwide despite local Rio pact
  • Concern rises over Yugoslavia's closing of the Danube River
  • Airport, terminals reopen after storm
  • German liner shipping rates slipped 1.0% in August
  • Shipowners follow new rules, but were they necessary?
  • Insurance protects against weather
  • A giant returns to form
  • Excess capacity turns market sour
  • Titanic case gets attention of marine salvage industry

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
  • L. Delwaide: "Anvers a besoin à court terme d'un 2e tunnel ferroviaire"
    Mercredi dernier la ministre fédérale des Transports, Isabelle Durant, s'est rendue à Anvers pour prendre contact avec l'administration portuaire afin d'y procéder à un tour d'horizon. L'échevin du port L. Delwaide voit dans cette visite les signes évidents d'un important changement. A peine quelques semaines après avoir pris ses fonctions, un ministre du gouvernement fédéral vient s'informer. De plus, la ministre a assuré ses interlocuteurs de son soutien total dans l'affaire de la réactivation du Rhin d'Acier, qu'elle manifestera lors de la prochaine rencontre ministérielle du 6 octobre, avec les homologues allemand et néerlandais. I. Durant fera un plaidoyer pour une restauration rapide de cette liaison ferroviaire.
  • L'expéditeur est le moteur du flux de marchandises
    EuroFreight 99, la première édition d'un événement à caractère annuel, a été inauguré hier. Ce congrès se veut un point de rencontre des expéditeurs européens, qui pourront discuter des problèmes du secteur et confronter leurs points de vue. La première édition est organisée à Barcelone et il va de soi que le transport de et vers la péninsule ibérique occupe une place prépondérante dans les débats. Les premières sessions étaient consacrées au transport combiné, à l'avenir du transport après l'intégration européenne des pays d'Europe centrale et de l'Est, à la fonction de l'expéditeur et à l'importance du shortsea.
  • Kühne & Nagel vend Van Vliet
    Kühne & Nagel a décidé de vendre sa division de transport routier aux Pays-Bas, la société Van Vliet, à ses anciens propriétaires. Elle continuera à rouler pour la société suisse, mais plus exclusivement. C'est ce que signale la presse néerlandaise.
  • Bourbon n'exclut pas de porter plainte
    Intervenant sur le marché du remorquage maritime via Les Abeilles et les Abeilles Internationales, le Groupe Bourbon est placé face à la perspective d'une concurrence dont il conteste plusieurs aspects. D'où la possibilité que cette affaire débouche sur un affrontement devant les tribunaux.

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Marine Linkweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
Maritime Contract News
  • Halter And Friede Goldman Amend Merger Terms
  • OT Africa Line to be acquired by the Bollore Group
Breaking News
  • Y2K Clauses: Don't Promise Too Much
  • LISCR opens London office
  • Supreme Court Orders Review Of W. Coast Tanker Rules

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999
Tabletalk
  • Birth of an elephant. Thomas Eckelmann and Emanuel Schiffer talk about Eurogate, formed by the merger of Eurokai and BLG.
Maritime
  • Bollore group is set to acquire OT Africa Lines, including the landside network in Africa.
  • CMA-CGM has launched a new Europe-Casablanca service.
  • Kien Hung is expanding its Hong Kong-Bangkok connection.
  • "K" Line and TSK become slot-charter partners.
  • Yemen Gulf Line resumes direct calls at the port of Aden.
  • Stena increases turnover in the first half of this year.
  • Hapag Lloyd earns a higher profit from liner shipping.
  • Lauritzen's operating profit remains about the same.
Ports and Terminals
  • ABP reorganises in the face of lower half year results.
  • A total of 27 terminals are up for sale at the port of Santos.
  • Tanjung Pelepas in Malaysia signs up its first customer.
  • Aden Container Terminal is officially launched.
  • New publications: Guide to Port Entry; World Port Privatisation; Latest developments in Container Handling Technology.
  • Calendar of events: IPPPM course, New Orleans.
Intermodal
  • ICF moves its tenth banana block train to Gdynia since March.
  • Davies Turner strengthens its intermodal commitment.
  • ACI will start a UK-German block train through the Channel Tunnel.
  • J.B. Hunt buys Freightliner trucks.
  • The EU has produced a forecast of cargo flows in the year 2000.
  • Fehmarnbelt crossing is essential.
Aviation
  • Onex Corp's plans to merge Air Canada and Canadian Airlines International is entering the next phase.
  • Icelandair flies a B757F.
  • SIA Cargo will launch a new freighter service to Prestwick.
  • Qantas recorded a successful year in fiscal 1998/99.
  • Sabena is in the red due to external factors and one-off items.
  • Weco-AirCargo represents Turkish Airlines in Denmark and Norway.
  • Global International buys ATID.
  • ABF Freight launches Timekeeper Air for time-critical shipments.
  • AUA's half-year result is affected by special conditions.
  • AEA shows positive traffic development for the first half.

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