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Shipping Timesweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 1999
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  • S'pore retains IMO seat with highest votes
    The Republic collectes 95 votes from 124 eligible voting states
  • Kvaerner yard here wins US$11m order
  • MISC first to make regular calls at Pelepas port
  • UAE firm keen on building Indon port
Air and Land Transport
  • BA sees Asia recovery improving capacity usage
    The airline has announced it will cut capacity by 12% over the next three years
  • China may open direct air links with Taiwan
  • Ford sees '99 sales in Asia-Pac at 300,000 units
Features
  • Turning up the volumes
    Inevitable use of ever bigger ships means owners, builders and ports must prepare for ever higher capacity

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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 1999
  • Veteran shipping magnate takes top industry award
  • TSA backs rate rises
  • Brigantine names Nelson as Australasian agent
  • NSI announces new president
  • Long Beach throughput srengthens
  • Phoenix opens doors in Malaysia
  • American, Swissair and Sabena seek antitrust immunity
  • Joint venture for Swiss Post and TPG
  • New Fort Worth centre for UPS
  • Luzhou Airport boosts network

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Cargowebweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 1999
  • Danish Railways in mobile phone/net communication
  • TNT against RHA's hard action
  • Railfreight demands 44 tonnes only for intermodal
  • Progress Software on Internet for rent via CargoMate
  • Longer waiting times on Russian border

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Cyber Shipping Guide - Ocean Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 1999
  • FESCO to Merge Transpacific Services in January
  • MSC, HMM Revise Joint Atlantic Services
  • United Alliance Seeks Yantian Call
  • Yusen Air & Sea Service's Mid-Term Profits Jump

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urgente online pressweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 1999
  • Renfe y la asociación de propietarios de vagones llegan a un acuerdo
  • Asociaciones logísticas ibéricas y latinoamericanas crean un foro permanente
  • Iberia amplía ofertas para el 2000
  • H. Sanz cumple 25 años
  • TNT y Swiss Post crean una estrecha alianza comercial

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 1999
  • LA reports record traffic in October
  • More emergency bunker surcharges announced on Asian routes
  • Snapshots from a rising bunker market
  • Saudi Arabia "willing to do anything" to stabilise the market
  • IPE crude near $26 this morning
  • St. Eustatius oil terminal facility sustains minor hurricane damages
  • NYMEX crude at 9-year high as December contract expires

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Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weeklyweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 1999
  • Local offices await clarity as Ecu-Line buys Fleet Lines
  • Portnet appeals to customers to keep down dwell times
  • Shippers fire another salvo at 'high-handed' lines
  • Portnet investigates slowing vehicle turnaround following Durban congestion
  • Delmas celebrates first year with promise of bigger ships
  • Port stats signify E Cape export boom
  • Arrested Nantai ships go under the hammer next month
  • Private sector demands clarity following Portnet's intended 'split'
  • Nigel Pusey takes over P&ON helm in SA
  • Dave Kirkman takes over in PE
  • Fritz opens PE office
  • P&ON's dynamic m.d. retires
  • Wharf Rat's diary
  • 'Forget conventional risk cover - it rarely compensates a company'
  • Portnet recognises 46 000 years of service
  • RB spells out marine conservation measures
  • 'Why do lines abrogate responsibility for delays?'
  • Ismail gives support to possible Israel-SA free trade pact
  • SA exporters find market acceptance in Japan
  • Ship switches to SA route and changes name
  • It's business as usual at Danzas, AEI
  • Latest Beit Bridge ruling angers SA hauliers
  • Rising rates turn loss into profit for P&ON

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 1999
  • Lambert Fenchurch in $400m Heath link
    LEADING insurance brokers Lambert Fenchurch and Heath Group are merging to form the sixth biggest entity in the world.
  • FAI settles legal row with Ocean Marine Mutual
    A LEGAL wrangle between collapsed P&I club Ocean Marine Mutual, its director Paul Rankin and Australian reinsurer FAI has been settled out of court.
  • Losses fall at Anangel-American
    The recovery in the financial performance of dry bulk specialist Anangel-American Shipholdings is continuing into the final three months of the year following reduced losses in the third quarter.
  • Pegasus unveils $20m deficit
    GROWING financial pressure on Pegasus Shipping (Hellas) is underlined by the panamax tanker specialist's nine-month results which show a loss of more than $20m, writes Tony Gray.
  • Soumakis will not act on costs
    GREECE'S minister of merchant marine Stavros Soumakis appears to have dismissed out of hand a renewed chorus of pleas from the industry to reduce the cost of Greek-flag shipping.
  • Court slams state policy on French ports
    FRENCH public spending watchdog, the Court of Accounts, has accused successive French governments of leaving French ports lagging behind their European rivals by failing to have a "determined and coherent policy" for their development.
  • Panamax bulker deal fillip for Ukraine yard
    A LEADING Ukrainian shipyard has signed a major export deal for panamax bulk carriers.
  • Tonnage up as initiatives attract shipowners
    Initiatives introduced earlier this year to attract shipowners to the Hong Kong register have already increased tonnage by more than 1m gt, the government's director of marine has revealed.

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Fairplayweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 1999
  • 30 injured on cruise ship
  • Grimaldi share offer oversubscribed
  • South Korean builders oust Japanese
  • Alondra Rainbow pirates to be tried in India
  • Leif Hoegh to take over Unicool
  • WaveMaster considers public listing
  • Visa shock for WTO delegates
  • Small bomb explodes on Philippines ferry
  • Northern route passage times 'vary widely'
  • Ugland Nordic goes for shuttle tankers
  • Anangel-American posts $16M nine-month loss
  • Manila probes steel company collapse
  • Israel considers buying Turkish water
  • Skuld unlikely to make additional calls
  • Chinese stainless steel imports soar

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 1999
Home
  • Charleston terminal development raises environmental concerns
  • FMC looking into auction services
  • New JOC-ECRI Industrial Price Index, a leading inflation indicator
  • Rail carload freight in doldrums; intermodal gains
  • Russia ponders tax cut on home flag vessels
  • US business plans pro-trade blitz
  • French transport strikes end
  • Turkish Airlines struggles to sell its second-hand planes
  • Westinghouse Air Brake and MPI complete merger
Transportation
  • Delta, Air France create mega-cargo alliance
  • Swiss, Italian rail freight carriers head toward merger
  • Turkish Airlines is struggling to sell its second-hand aircraft
  • Teamster director is found guilty
Maritime
  • Vancouver dockers OK contract agreement
  • Texas port seeks partner for terminal
  • Bombay port greets its largest visitor

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
NOVEMBER 20, 1999
  • Hausse de 40% de la dotation du port de Bruxelles
    La Région de Bruxelles-Capitale va considérablement augmenter la dotation que reçoit le port de Bruxelles pour l'entretien de la voie navigable et le maintien de l'infrastructure. Cette enveloppe passera de 250 mio. de BEF cette année à 360 mio. de BEF en 2000. Il ne s'agit toujours pas d'un montant énorme, mais grâce à ces fonds, le port de Bruxelles disposera toutefois de moyens pour mener à bien un certain nombre de projets urgents, a expliqué hier le directeur général, Steven Vanackere, au cours d'une exposé devant l'Association des Intérêts Maritimes de Gand.
  • Vatinel développe ses opérations avec les pays de l'Est
    "Si les taux de fret continuent d'augmenter sur le segment de trafic Asie Europe, donc westbound, d'environ 20 à 30%, interviendra alors le risque d'évoluer vers des changements dans l'origine de certains produits que nous importons et que l'on ne fabrique plus en Europe de l'Ouest. C'est d'ailleurs une des raisons pour lesquelles nous nous développons de plus en plus dans les pays de l'Est". C'est ce que nous a déclaré Jean-Claude Ranson, directeur de l'entreprise maritime et de transport anversoise Vatinel s.a., à l'occasion d'une réception annuelle caractérisée par la traditionnelle présentation du Beaujolais Nouveau.
  • Danzas reprend la filiale logistique de Philips Austria
    Danzas, la filiale logistique de Deutsche Post, a repris Vindo Logistik, la filiale logistique de Philips Austria. L'acquisition sera officielle le 1er janvier 2000. Danzas renforce de la sorte sa position sur le marché autrichien et effectue une percée en Europe centrale et de l'Est.

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Marine Linkweb site
NOVEMBER 22, 1999
  • Keppel Philippines Appoints New Execs.
  • Mexico Plans Huge Air, Rail And Sea Terminal
  • Floating Metropolis To Be Built In Honduras
  • Eighteen Missing After Ferry Sinks
  • Oil Prices a Nine-Year High As Iraq Suspends Exports

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