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Shipping Timesweb site
JUNE 1, 2000
Shipping News
  • S'pore to have central body to train seafarers
    S'pore Maritime Academy will maximise use of training resources, facilities
  • Philippine Martime Training Council to administer STCW
  • Privatisation of Saudi road transport, shipping urged
  • Hyundai buys stake in shipping dotcom
Air and Land Transport
  • Stiffer competition drags down JAL profit by 26%
    Japan's biggest carrier blames fare cuts, drop in demand for pricier seats
  • MAS' absence in alliances may hurt KLIA
  • Boeing confirms S$4b 737 order
Features
  • IMO turns eye to ships' waste
    Developing a global legal instrument to regulate management of ballast water on ships is a high priority
Columns
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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 1, 2000
  • Jakarta dockers rally against Hutchison deal
  • NOL withholds dividends for third consecutive year
  • Shipyards offer services to scrap aging US fleets
  • Merger, higher freight prices boost MOL profit
  • Newship for Rickmers-Linie
  • Southern Seas eyes South Africa
  • UTi expands into Czech Republic
  • Boeing rolls up sleeves for super-carrier fight
  • Pudong doubles daily flights
  • UK open skies investigation
  • Chinese made MA60 set to flourish
  • Continental to offer seasonal Mexican destinations
  • ECT to do battle with air couriers

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Cargowebweb site
MAY 31, 2000
  • Postal services: slow opening of european postal market
  • More flights to Amsterdam
  • Net profit Air France rose 42 percent
  • APL expands container fleet
  • Danzas expands in Middle East
  • CityMail and The Post Office in Swedish agreement
  • Evergreen to establish its own agencies in France and The Benlux

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 31, 2000
  • Ministry declares SEZ areas as 'foreign territory'
  • S. Africa offers expertise in core sectors
  • Railways, Pipavav Port to form SPV
  • EOU, STP units allowed to take up trading activities
  • Fema dilutes RBI role to a facilitator
  • Fixed $-denominated duty imposed on SBR imports
  • State seeks defence land for Nagpur multimodal hub airport
  • New tax board chiefs appointed
  • Centre for state govts acquiring stake in SEZs
  • Ircon bags Syrian contract
  • Karnataka to award Tadri port project shortly
  • Specific norms for gem & jewellery units in SEZs laid down
  • Aluminium output up
  • Swiss pharma majors focusing on India for investment
  • Amend law to assure JVs on sanctity of contracts: Ficci
  • IMC Ladies' Wing office-bearers
  • New laws in offing to facilitate ports corporatisation

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 31, 2000
  • Bunker barge service planned for Cape Town
  • IBC: Aftermath of the "Sour diesel affair" - Lawyers and environmentalists raise questions
  • Brent up amidst RFG and crude shortages
  • IBC: Events leading up to the "Sour diesel affair"
  • Iraqi oil production continuing to rise

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The East Africanweb site
JUNE 1, 2000
  • New Agency to Maintain Roads in Tanzania
  • KPA Officials' Reform Efforts Praised
  • Old Ships Come Under EU Fitness Scrutiny in September
  • Uganda Plans to Delink Water, Railway Services
  • Now French Navy to Police Tanzania Waters
  • Joint Railways Secretariat Set for Kampala

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 31, 2000
  • FGH to sell repair yards to Bollinger
    Friede Goldman Halter, Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to sell its vessel repair unit to Bollinger Shipyards, Inc. of Lockport, La for $80 million

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 1, 2000
  • CSAV goes global with Norasia coup
    INDEPENDENT Chilean carrier Companhia SudAmerica de Vapores has expanded out of South America by acquiring the name and liner activities of Norasia, the privately-owned Swiss carrier.
  • ITF leader Cockroft seriously hurt in fall
    INTERNATIONAL Transport Workers Federation leader David Cockroft has been rushed into intensive care following a serious accident while hill walking in Wales over the Whitsun holiday weekend.
  • Frontline says best is to come
    THE best is yet to come was the message from John Fredriksen's Frontline as the leading tanker company unveiled a return to profit in the first quarter.
  • Creditors claim scalp of Hyundai boss
    CHUNG Ju-yung, the founder, owner and honourary chairman of Hyundai Group, is to quit his managerial position, bowing to pressure from its creditors and the government to hand over day-to-day running of South Korea's largest conglomerate, writes Dale Wainwright.
  • Rights are wrong for Kvaerner
    KVAERNER yesterday unveiled a NKr2.5bn ($279m) rights issue to "exploit growth and development opportunities", but the stock market did not like the group's ambiguity and sent the group's shares plummeting to a 19-month low.
  • Boxship CMA CGM Gascogne
    The 7,075 dwt boxship CMA CGM Gascogne is pictured in the port of Le Havre during her first call. The vessel, which has a capacity of 558 teu, is deployed in the Atlantic feeder service of CMA-CGM. She was built in 1994 by Verolme shipyard of Heusden.
  • Plan to raise capacity of Oman LNG plant
    OMAN LNG, the company behind the new LNG plan in Qalhat, said it was actively seeking to expand the facility with a third gas liquefaction train which it hopes will be operational by 2004.
  • BP Amoco alliance boost for Sembawang yard
    AN evergreen alliance between BP Amoco Shipping and Sembawang shipyard yesterday is expected to be worth around S$25m (US$14.6m) - S$35m year to the Singapore yard.

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Fairplayweb site
MAY 31, 2000
  • Marshalls declare war on Liberia, Panama
  • Churchill hopes for extended season
  • Sugar cheats face charges
  • India Steamship building to be sold
  • Norasia sells Med services to CSAV
  • Canada maintains tough line on steel dumping
  • New container terminal for UAE
  • W Australia to finance new port
  • Hyundai might reduce cruise service
  • Security objection to port project
  • China to restructure shipping
  • H&W wins cruise ship order
  • Jakarta terminal strike ends
  • US bill aims to normalise links with Cuba
  • Fujimori rejects election criticism
  • Reprieve for Indian steel exporters
  • Sunken tug closes Houston Channel
  • Primorsk transfers to Singapore
  • NYK lifts stake in water transport company
  • Stowaway ship auctioned

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 1, 2000
Home
  • Norasia deal elevates CSAV to global status
  • Logistics on the Web: Hurry up and wait
  • Fine Air to use grace period for debt payment
  • West Coast ports strain to keep up with surging Asian imports
  • Lines announce Pacific rate increase
  • UPS, dot-com plan Mexico logistics alliance
  • International Lease Finance Corp. orders 50 Boeing 737 jets
  • Dot.com incubator to use iLink Global as logistics provider
  • Cosco unit launches financial service for freight transactions
  • STB finds railroad can't be common carrier and contract carrier simultaneously
  • Yang Ming Line leasing more space at Port of Kaohsiung
  • Canada's KnightHawk loses Canadex air freight contract
  • Swisscargo quarter up 8%
  • United-USAir merger concerns freight forwarder
  • Supreme Court to resolve dispute over maritime rules
  • APL adding $100 million in boxes to fleet
  • JOC Opinion -- Lesson for shipping
  • Dull named Polar executive
  • Justices to clarify court role in tariffs
  • UP tanker car is blown up
  • Mike Berman's Tech Talk: A no-frills surf-ari on the Internet
  • Seattle port on the comeback trail
  • Transport interests to profit from closer U.S.-China ties
  • Editor's Notebook -- In NY-NJ port, a turf contest between pilots
  • Amazon taps Manugistics
  • Rail corridor planned between Baltic, Black seas

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Marine Linkweb site
MAY 31, 2000
Maritime Contract News
  • Harland & Wolff Wins $350M Order
Breaking News
  • SembCorp Gets BP Shipping Deal
  • Thirteen Die In Tanker Fire

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 31, 2000
  • ILFC orders more Boeing aircraft
  • Danzas establishes joint venture in Oman
  • Embraer launches China operation

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