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Shipping Timesweb site
MARCH 2, 2000
Shipping News
  • Ship missing off Thailand, likely to be hijacked
    Tanker carrying palm oil with 17 crew aboard; US$100,000 reward offered
  • OOCL eyeing Port Klang as its shipping hub
  • Japanese high-speed ferry on maiden voyage
  • Royal Caribbean awards Kvaerner US$1.1b order
Air and Land Transport
  • Boeing takes Airbus on in fight for long-haul aircraft
    US aircraft maker teams up with GE to launch two new B777 models
  • US calls for airlines to inspect overseas partners
  • EU proposes deal to solve hushkit dispute with US
  • Merpati to resume flights to Dili
  • Cathay may operate short-haul cargo fleet
  • Canadian Airlines CEO resigns
Features
  • Growing fleet weighs on fares
    Analysts wonder whether there are enough passengers to fill the 14 new ships debuting this year
Logistics
  • Change of name for S'pore forwarders body
    The local logistics industry has undergone many changes and the Singapore Freight Forwarders Association feels it is timely for the bo y to adopt a new name, reports ANN TOH
  • Cache-ing in on logistics: BHP unit signs up first client
  • New BDP venture aims for integrated e-commerce solutions
  • TNT to launch system for fulfilling electronic orders
  • Danzas, Swisscargo in key account deal
Columns
  • German yard wins boxship orders at Korean prices

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 2, 2000
  • ANZESC rates adjustment for China to Australia
  • Guangzhou Port second busiest for freight in China
  • Musical chairmen
  • Port of Hamburg webcam views prove popular
  • Launch of on-line service for SingaPort 2000
  • David Halliday assumes chairmanship of IPBCC
  • Rolls-Royce gets $75M Trent engine order from Dragonair
  • Airborne Express Inaugurates B767 Cargo Service to Phoenix
  • Hong Kong airport checks in healthy over leap year rollover
  • Government steps back from Thai Airways

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Cargowebweb site
MARCH 1, 2000
  • Yellow in online transport marketplace
  • Boeing and GE launch longer-range 777s
  • Joint service Evergreen and Cosco
  • Antwerp tops in sailings to the US
  • Austria looks like having to pay back toll money

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 2, 2000
  • Budget provides fiscal incentive for acquisition of ships
  • Effective peak rate of customs duty still above 40 pc
  • Phased withdrawal of export incentives
  • MSC expands Asia-NAWC service
  • 12-15 pc export growth in dollar terms imperative, says Economic Survey
  • KSINC plans coastal services
  • Rs 2,000-cr fund to promote apparel brand mooted
  • Leasing & financial cos note positive aspects in Budget
  • NYK orders five 6,200-TEU ships from Samsung
  • Sinha plans to corporatise port service providers
  • Spices export to Malaysia gathers momentum
  • Customs Act changes may curb 'dumping' claims
  • Exporters' Chamber sees bright spots in Sinha's Union Budget for 2000-01
  • Exim Bank teams up with Bank of Maharashtra for co-financing
  • Earnings from lac exports up
  • Hapag-Lloyd to buy post-Panamax carrier
  • AP Moller Group emerging top shipowner in S'pore
  • EEPC disappointed with Budget proposals

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 1, 2000
  • US oil reserve issue is still alive
  • Oil stands firm after DOEs and OPEC supply increase news
  • O.W. Icebunker launched today
  • Frontline wants to expand in tanker market
  • ARA bunkers sharply higher again
  • Crude continues firm after APIs

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 1, 2000
  • Norway picks Bazan and Lockheed Martin for frigate program
    Norway's Ministry of Defense has selected the team led by shipbuilder Empresa Nacional Bazan (E.N. Bazan) of Spain to provide the Royal Norwegian Navy with a new frigate
  • Fincantieri sells Wärtsilä NSD stake to Metra
    The 15.4% stake in Wärtsilä NSD held by Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani S.p.A. was transferred to Metra Corporation yesterday .
  • EC approves Finnish aid scheme for ice classed domestic ships
    The European Commission has decided that a Finnish scheme for interest subsidy for vessel acquisitions is compatible with the rules on aid to shipbuilding.
  • Box ship order for Brazilian yard
    Alianca Navegacao has reportedly placed a R$180mil ($101.8 million) contract with Brazil's Estaleiro Ilha
  • Electric Boat gets $55 million Navy contracts
    The U. S. Navy has awarded General Dynamics Electric Boat submarine engineering and life-cycle support contracts work worth up to $55 million.

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 2, 2000
  • Bulk carrier disappears near coast of China
    A TAIWANESE cargoship has gone missing along with her 21 crew near the Taiwan Strait, which separates the island from mainland China. Local shipping officials said an all-out search by marine and naval authorities failed to find any signs of a shipwreck.
  • Antwerp port firms lose bribes case
    TWO companies which provided port agency services at Antwerp have been ordered by the High Court in London to pay out about '280,000 ($443,000) in a case involving bribes paid to two oil company employees.
  • Navigator Gas downgraded
    NAVIGATOR Gas Transport has been dealt another blow, with the high yield debt company suffering three credit rating downgrades.
  • Offsets selects Qatari partners
    THE UAE's Offsets Group yesterday selected US gas giant Enron and France's TotalFina as partners in a multi-billion dollar project to take Qatari gas to Middle East markets and beyond.
  • Shippers in Brussels regulation warning
    EUROPEAN shippers have warned Brussels that issuing new regulations in the wake of the Erika disaster is not the most effective method of improving shipping safety, writes Tony Gray.
  • Structural evidence at Derbyshire investigation
    EVIDENCE of structural failure will be taken at the reopened investigation into the loss of the Derbyshire, the judge heading the proceedings has ruled, writes David Osler.
  • Harmonisation initiative for Baltic and North Sea
    SWEDEN and the Netherlands hope to create a new "quality shipping" framework for the North Sea and Baltic region that would harmonise policy across member states, create a harbour network and bring shipowners and shippers together in the equivalent of a "shipping exchange".
  • Dumas quits in Elf corruption allegation probe
    ROLAND Dumas, the former French foreign minister due to stand trial on corruption charges, has resigned as one of France's most senior officials in a widening scandal over payments by oil giant Elf Aquitaine.

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Fairplayweb site
MARCH 1, 2000
  • AESA-Bazan merger moves a step closer
  • Japanese operated bulker missing
  • European cover-up suspected
  • Engine-room explosion kills one, injures four
  • French call for Erika health tests
  • Trinidad postpones LNG deal
  • India cuts tax on crude and petroleum products
  • Rising won will hit ship exports
  • April start for Cape Fear dredging
  • China lifts US wheat ban
  • Evergreen and Cosco team up
  • BC Ferries to study damage caused by PacifiCats
  • Ferry operator calls for closure of rival
  • Pre-inspection problem for Philippines
  • Cruise lines slammed for pollution in Alaska
  • South Korean owners elect new head
  • GA's new management cancels newbuilding order
  • Ugland Nordic to upgrade tanker to FSO
  • Ulusoy to carry Ferrymasters' Eurobox

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 2, 2000
Home
  • German yard wins boxship orders at Korean prices
  • Gilchrest predicts Hyde bill will fail
  • Yellow to launch online transportation marketplace
  • GoCargo.com snares $13.3 million in second round of financing
  • Ronald Gottshall, influenced trans-Pacific container industry, dies at 67
  • NYK Line confirms order for five container ships
  • CSAV debuts liner service linking Asia, Canada, Central and South America
  • Marine Transport earnings hit by restructuring
Transportation
  • Tower Air Inc. files Chapter 11
  • Reorganization of CD&L to create e-commerce unit
  • Singapore Air plans Macau-US Service
  • Union wins train crew dispute
Maritime
  • Oil transport costs keep rising as old ships shunned
  • Air cargo carrier offers more ocean services
  • New ships on order for NYK Line
  • LCL 'gateway' concept coming to Asia, Americas
  • NY/NJ, Genoa promote route
  • CSAV to call in Asia, Canada, Latin America

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
MARCH 2, 2000
  • AviaPartner va assurer à Schiphol l'assistance au sol des vols Oneworld
    L'alliance Oneworld a décidé de confier à AviaPartner l'ensemble des activités d'assistance au sol de ses membres sur l'aéroport de Schiphol. Le contrat, le plus important jamais signé par le groupe de handling belge, représente une valeur de 30 millions d'EUR.
  • Stena Line recule sur (presque) tous les fronts
    Le groupe suédois Stena Line a subi de plein fouet les effets de l'abrogation des ventes hors taxes sur les liaisons maritimes à l'intérieur de l'Union européenne en date du 1er juillet de l'année dernière. Son chiffre d'affaires sur l'ensemble de l'exercice 1999 a chuté de 7,55 à 6,96 milliards de SEK et son bénéfice opérationnel de 152 à 6 millions de SEK. Le résultat avant impôts est resté fortement déficitaire à 496 mio. de SEK (contre 324 mio. de SEK en 1998). Le nombre de passagers ayant emprunté un des services ferry du groupe en Scandinavie ou sur les routes desservant les îles britanniques a diminué de 6%. Mais les trafics de voitures et de fret se sont inscrits en légère progression (si l'on ne tient pas compte de la ligne Halmstaad-Grenaa entre la Suède et le Danemark, fermée fin 99). A l'exception des résultats financiers, ces chiffres ne tiennent pas compte des résultats enregistrés dans le secteur transmanche, où le groupe suédois coopère dans la joint-venture P&OSL.
  • Rhin d'Acier: la Belgique dit oui à une étude d'incidence pour une mise en service accélérée
    La récente rencontre entre les ministres néerlandaise et belge des Transports Tineke Netelenbos et Isabelle Durant concernant le Rhin d'Acier a fait quelque peu avancer le dossier. Du côté belge, on accepte la demande néerlandaise d'une étude d'incidence sur l'environnement (MER) concernant le passage de trains sur le tracé historique, donc à travers la "zone de silence" du Meinweg. Mais cette étude sera menée plus promptement que ce qu'avançaient les Néerlandais: elle devrait être terminée pour 2001 au lieu de 2003. En conséquence, les trains pourraient déjà circuler fin 2001, début 2002.
  • La BGL met Schröder en garde contre l'impact des écotaxes sur le transport routier
    La Bundesverband Güterkraftverkehr Logistik und Entsorgung (BGL) demande une intervention du Chancelier allemand Schröder pour empêcher que de nombreuses entreprises de transport ne doivent fermer leurs portes et pour éviter des milliers de pertes d'emploi suite à la hausse de la taxe sur le diesel comme le prévoit la réforme des écotaxes. Le syndicat ferroviaire GdED plaide de son côté pour une imposition encore plus forte du transport routier en vue de favoriser le rail.

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Marine Linkweb site
MARCH 1, 2000
Maritime Contract News
  • Ingalls Selects Joiner Team For AMCV Ships
Breaking News
  • AMCV's Sales Division Is Poised For Growth
  • Japanese Ship Missing, Feared Hijacked
  • Star Purchases Two Airtours Vessels
  • Cruise Companies Slump On EPA Report

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