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Shipping Timesweb site
NOVEMBER 29, 1999
Shipping News
  • Asia-US trade imbalance expected to stay
    Cargo volume on westbound service has not improved enough to offset imbalance: TSA
  • Piracy a hot topic for Asian shipowners
  • Middle East tanker rates sink near year lows
  • Reefer shipping sector braces for a cold future
  • Union, employers to discuss workers' rights
  • Sohmen to buy up N&T Argonaut
  • Port shots
Air and Land Transport
  • Virgin plans cut-price airline Down Under
    Carrier will begin service in time for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
  • European airports back EU ban on hushkits
  • Call to reform Europe's air traffic control
Columns
  • Optimism in the container trades may be misplaced

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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 29, 1999
  • OOCL launches Qingdao Japan Express Service
  • Hong Kong document fee to rise
  • Serious damage at Taichung
  • Guangdong reports growth
  • Trouble with cranes in Westport Klang
  • Cosco developing in Myanmar
  • Delmas switches UK ro-ro port call to Tilbury
  • Hainan Airline Co lists shares in Shanghai
  • Pegasus Aviation leases two MD-11 freighters to KAL
  • CityBird puts an end to Congo wet lease deal
  • Chapman Freeborn opens in Shanghai

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Cargowebweb site
NOVEMBER 26, 1999
  • Hauliers complain about cartel diesel price
  • Verstraeten Verbrugge in hands of public utility
  • BA investigates Olympic Airways
  • European proposal to reach more competitive freight railway

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Cyber Shipping Guide - Ocean Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 1999
  • Japan Set to Ask China to Provide Details on SWPM
  • Transpacific Westbound Box Traffic Soars in September
  • Shippers to Push ANZESC to Elucidate BAF
  • TMM Lines Creates Own Sales Network in US
  • "K" Line, Taiyo Sign Share Exchange Agreement

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urgente online pressweb site
NOVEMBER 26, 1999
  • LanChile y American Airlines ampl'an acuerdo de códigos compartidos
  • Nel Lines encarga dos ferries rápidos a Alstom
  • La IMO prohibe la pintura tóxica para barcos
  • Plebiscito sobre el aeropuerto de Buenos Aires
  • Danzas compra Vindo Logistik

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 29, 1999
  • WSA Lines 1994 Pte Ltd awarded ISO 9002 certification
  • NPIL launches Far-East service ex-JN Port
  • Panel soon for project import certificate
  • Railway freight earnings up 9 pc
  • CBEC clarification on Modvat credit for project inputs import
  • CII President predicts 6-7 per cent GDP growth
  • Vizag Port may install SBM
  • MoPT berths Panamax cargo vessel
  • Pepper exports may exceed 42,000 tonnes
  • Zero import duty on capital goods may go: Manohar Joshi
  • India now 2nd largest trading partner of US, says envoy
  • Karnataka fund
  • 9 cos win CFBP Bajaj awards
  • 55 sectors post higher production growth rates: Ascon survey
  • DGFT project for filing applications electronically
  • Panel suggests 'Jutemark' logo for quality
  • Dumping probe into PAN of Indonesia
  • Eight pharmaceutical majors form IPA
  • Panel to monitor ST regime formed

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 26, 1999
  • S&P study stresses the dangers of price forecasting
  • Russia set to continue curbs on oil exports
  • New Abu Dhabi based container line established
  • Bunker surcharge introduced on Europe-South America lines

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 29, 1999
  • Sinking prompts fast ferry safety fears
    SAFETY of fast ferries will face intense scrutiny after a brand new high-speed vessel ran aground and sank off western Norway killing up to 19 people, many thought to be young oil workers.
  • Gas leak could have caused Dashun blaze
    DIVERS yesterday pulled four bodies from the sunken wreckage of Chinese car and passenger ferry Dashun and vowed to recover all of the 280 victims of China's worst ferry disaster in recent years.
  • Tonnage tax dilemma for German shipping funds
    GERMAN shipping funds will remain an attractive investment for private individuals, provided traditional taxation and the new tonnage tax are combined, a Hamburg conference on ship finance heard.
  • Harland & Wolff shores up roles
    WORK-hungry Harland & Wolff has undertaken a far-reaching structural reorganisation to try to breathe new life into the yard, which has just been saved from receivership by a deal on drillship payments with Global Marine.
  • Shipowners urge WTO to open sector
    THE European Community Ship Owners Associations has called on governments meeting at the World Trade Organisation summit in Seattle this week, to press ahead and make real progress in liberalising the shipping sector.
  • Lonmon appointed managing director of Tourship Italia
    EUAN Lonmon, 38, has been appointed managing director of Tourship Italia, the Italian subsidiary of Tourship Group, the ferry group owned by Pascal Lota of Corsica.
  • IMO agrees to ban on tributyltin
    TRIBUTYLTIN - the controversial toxic chemical contained in anti-fouling paints - will be phased out between 2003 and 2008, the International Maritime Organisation decided at its assembly last week.
  • US giants show their muscle
    MAJOR industrial shippers based in the US have begun to wield their market muscle following the lifting of restrictions on their bargaining powers with liner shipping, writes James Brewer.

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 27, 1999
Home
  • West Coast: Another month, another record
  • ILWU sets port action for Tuesday
  • New JOC-ECRI Industrial Price Index, a leading inflation indicator
  • Customs weighs changes to 'high-risk' category
  • OOCL boosts north Asia services
  • Taiwan carriers boost air cargo services
  • Canada, China sign bilateral trade deal
  • South Korea broadening probe of Hanjin Group
  • Thailand ponders improved rail service with Cambodia
Transportation
  • Hazmat routes to change in Laredo
  • South Korea intensifies Hanjin investigation
  • Taiwan airport storage time to be slashed
  • Thailand ponders improved rail service with Cambodia
Maritime
  • Progress seen on labor agreement
  • Boxship rates increasing
  • German ports say they need tax breaks, better inland links
  • Ex-military official sees China as Panama threat
  • Imports' high tide ebbs at US ports

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
NOVEMBER 26, 1999
  • Locabel négocie une acquisition de Runoto
    Le groupe de leasing belge Locabel (qui fait, depuis l'acquisition du groupe BBL par le groupe néerlandais ING, partie de ce dernier) est en négociations avancées pour le rachat de la société de location/leasing de camions Runoto Belgium, qui dépend du groupe néerlandais Runoto Holding, et qui appartient à ...ING Lease. C'est ce que nous avons appris à très bonne source.
  • Trailer '99 jongle avec les solutions
    Trailer '99 ouvre aujourd'hui ses portes jusqu'au 30 novembre dans les halles de Courtrai. Les développements les plus récents dans le domaine du matériel roulant et de la télématique appliquée sont présentés lors de ce salon bi-annuel. Liliane De Wilde, secrétaire générale de l'organisation professionnelle organisatrice du salon, la SAV, est directrice de Trailer 99.
  • Norasia transfère ses PC rapides à Abu Dhabi Container Line
    L'armement Norasia vient de procéder à un développement intéressant en prenant une participation de 49% dans la nouvelle compagnie maritime Abu Dhabi Container Lines (ADCL), dont les 51% restants sont détenus par Abu Dhabi Investment Company, une entité qui dépend de l'Etat (Emirats arabes unis). La nouvelle société a été créée au capital de 409 millions de dollars.
  • De Palacio souhaite donner priorité à l'interopérabilité dans le transport ferroviaire
    La Commission européenne a accepté hier la proposition annoncée depuis quelque temps de la nouvelle commissaire européenne aux Transports, Loyola de Palacio, pour le développement du transport ferroviaire conventionnel.

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 26, 1999
Tabletalk
  • New horizons. Andres Bühler of Fiege Goth in Switzerland talks about the internationalisation of the Fiege Group in Germany.
Maritime
  • P&ONL: more consolidation in the offing. Tim Harris of P&ONL reckons the consolidation process in the shipping industry is not finished yet.
  • WAL/P&ONL upgrade West African service by adding a sixth ship.
  • Hanjin Shipping introduces its first two 5600-TEU vessels.
  • ESAL launches a conventional service to South America.
  • Zim is starting to offer direct calls at Kwangyang.
  • Norasia is going for speed, with plans to use fast ships in future.
  • Scandlines Denmark's response to Stena's offer for Scandlines AB.
Ports and Terminals
  • Bilbao will expand dramatically with concessions for new terminals.
  • PSA Corp is extending rebates for another year to assist customers.
Forwarding and Logistics
  • Danzas and Air Express International form a perfect fit, say Peter Wagner and Renato Chiavi.
  • Vopak buys another 7% in Van Ommeren Tank Terminal Singapore.
  • GeoLogistics in the red.
Aviation
  • Air France Cargo: new partners, new products. Air France Cargo is building up a a global network of cargo alliances and will group its airfreight services in four product families.
  • The Singapore Airlines group benefited from the economic recovery in Asia in the first half.
  • TACA flies New York-Havana.
  • Virgin will launch new routes, to Cape Town this winter and to the USA next summer.
  • UPS is targeting PR China.

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