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Shipping Timesweb site
MAY 3, 2000
Shipping News
  • Yards gear up to meet new economy challenges
    System to upgrade sub-contractors, tie-up with tertiary institutes launched
  • Cruise liner hits reef off Solomons, passengers unhurt
  • UK port operator rejects takeover offer
Air and Land Transport
  • China's airline industry back in the black
    Carriers made combined profits of 790 million yuan last year, helped by govt's ban on fare discounts
  • South Korea's new airport to sell 51% stake
  • Kuwait Airlines completes payment of US$80m aircraft loan
  • Alitalia shares down 5.7%
Features
  • Study highlights need to train more officers for merchant fleet

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Sched Netweb site
MAY 3, 2000
  • MSC ups bunker charge
  • Danzas grabs 5 China operating licences
  • US$5.4 billion allocated for Chongqing roads
  • APL warning to OECD
  • PTP corporate team to move into futuristic building
  • Brazil Express Service upgrade
  • MOL in big ship order
  • Evergreen offers same-day Singapore, US service
  • All change at Indian airports
  • New Internet company for purchase of goods and services
  • New service to US for West Africa
  • Deutsche Post expands network

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Cargowebweb site
MAY 2, 2000
  • ECT and P&O Nedlloyd in Rotterdam joint venture
  • UPS logistics provide iSuppli participants with distribution
  • Businesswoman to take over Qantas chair
  • ABP confirms it received a puchase offer
  • MCI WorldCom outage damaged CSXT rail operations
  • American Airlines in online agency

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 2, 2000
  • CMBT Agencies India Pvt. Ltd to be now known as Safmarine India Pvt. Ltd
  • Portal for freight negotiations launched
  • ICICI chief lists new challenges for industries
  • Exim Bank wants to become universal bank
  • Concor's ICD-Sabarmati keeps up good show
  • Port workers relieved at Minister's words
  • Oman to proceed with hydro-carbon projects
  • Provisional dumping duty on Bisphenol-A from EU, Taiwan mooted Flash News
  • India bid to become major venue for global trade fairs
  • FTA loaded with opportunities, says Sri Lanka trade team
  • Arun Bharat Ram is new CII President
  • European textile industry eyeing vast Indian market
  • Soft loans to acquire inland water transport vessels for 1 more year
  • Concor adjudges SCI as best shipping line
  • Iraq to purchase 5 m kg of South Indian tea
  • Sliding tax holiday for export-oriented units, STPs on the cards
  • Move to corporatise New Mangalore & Mormugao Ports
  • ABC India moves heavy power equipment
  • New office-bearers of World Trade Centre
  • NTPC to acquire 26 pc equity in Pipavav LNG
  • CII projects 7 pc growth in 2000-01

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 2, 2000
  • Argentinian Price Indications
  • Buoyant tanker market eyes record-high rates
  • US and OPEC happy with crude price stability
  • Russia to restrict oil product exports in May
  • API report expected to show crude inventories up

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 3, 2000
  • ABP spurns £1bn bid from Nomura
    ASSOCIATED British Ports, which handles 25% of all UK sea traffic, has dismissed a £1bn ($1.56bn) takeover approach from Nomura, the leading Japanese securities house.
  • Crippled Aurora in dry dock search
    P&O Cruises was yesterday frantically searching for a dry dock capable of accommodating its newest cruise vessel Aurora after she was disabled by machinery trouble just a day into her inaugural cruise, writes Michael Grey.
  • Hefty loss at P&O Stena
    P&O STENA yesterday announced hefty first quarter losses of £11.4m ($17.8m).
  • Caledonian MacBrayne faces strike vote on pay
    NUMAST has commenced a strike ballot at the Western Isles operation of Caledonian MacBrayne, after the ferry company imposed a 2.75% pay increase following continued deadlock over last year's pay settlement writes David Osler.
  • Battistello is Contship Italia head
    CECILIA Battistello has been appointed chairman of Contship Italia, the Genoa-based port terminal and logistics company.
  • Panthea in Falmouth
    The Liberian-flagged bulk carrier Panthea (ex Halla Ace) is pictured in the Queen Elizabeth dry dock at A&P Falmouth where she has been undergoing a routine hull inspection and painting.
  • Russia to extend life of nuclear icebreakers
    RUSSIA is to renovate its entire fleet of five nuclear-powered icebreakers plying the vital northern shipping route by 2003 by extending the life span of their nuclear reactors.
  • Fincantieri to build cruiseships at Genoa
    FINCANTIERI has taken a further stride into the cruise shipbuilding market by creating a new centre for the construction of large vessels in Genoa.

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Fairplayweb site
MAY 2, 2000
  • ECT and P&O Ned in Rotterdam terminal venture
  • First Wave and A&P form repair alliance
  • Costa Container starts Cuba service
  • Dock workers buy into shipyard
  • Stena Line to launch new North Sea freight route
  • Nordcapital signs charter deal with NOL
  • IOC and Great Eastern in LNG bid
  • SNCM loses Corsica monopoly
  • Teck seeks rate concessions
  • ABP confirms bid approach
  • Aurora's maiden cruise abandoned
  • Filipino bus operator to buy eight ro-ros
  • Owner calls for 'ISM Code' for ports
  • H&W rumoured close to $640M ferry order
  • Cruise ship beached in Solomons
  • Milford Haven harbour master issues warning
  • Agencies join to fight Australian slick
  • People smugglers charged in Canada

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 3, 2000
Home
  • Cargo costs could rise as Kitty Hawk fails
  • House panel to get OSRA update
  • UPS launches online store
  • Growth, cost-slimming spurs Aramex results
  • ShopAmerijet.com in e-commerce deal with From2.com
  • ShipXact.com offers web warehouse
  • Lowe extends KLLM bid
  • OSRA bringing small progress: Survey
Logistics
  • Alitalia expected to seek alternate partner
  • Hutchison, Yangming unit form alliance
  • Maersk-Rail Van extends online reach
  • GPS becomes more accurate for civilians
  • Tower Air passenger service halted after Chapter 11 filing
  • Lufthansa buys stake in GF-X
Maritime
  • P&O Nedlloyd to have own Rotterdam terminal
  • Port operator rejects Nomura's bid
  • Earnings soar for Asian Terminals

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
MAY 3, 2000
  • La réorganisation fondamentale du service de pilotage priorité première de la FMA
    La proposition fortement édulcorée du gouvernement flamand visant à autonomiser de manière interne le pitotage de navires maritimes au sein de l'administration en un "Service de gestion autonome de pilotage" (DABL), qui était resté jusqu'à présent sans contenu, "ne répond sur aucun plan aux attentes de la clientèle du Service de pilotage, à savoir les armements", insiste la Fédération maritime d'Anvers dans son rapport annuel de 1999. "Il est temps de réagir", fait remarquer la FMA. Les agents maritimes d'Anvers plaident pour une nouvelle approche sur base de principes comme l'économie d'entreprise (permettant de maintenir l'équilibre entre la garantie de sécurité et la prestation de services de qualité élevée à un prix équitable et concurrentiel), un accès au marché réglé de manière transparente et objective, et un rôle public se limitant à assurer la continuité de la prestation de services et à définir les normes.
  • La Febetra s'oppose à toute forme d'interdiction de circuler le weekend
    En réaction à la proposition de loi pour une interdiction de circuler le weekend pour les poids lourds, laquelle a été déposée à la Chambre des Réprésentants la semaine dernière, le directeur de la Febetra Philippe Degraef dit qu'il s'oppose fondamentalement à une telle mesure. Il rejette les arguments selon lesquels les poids lourds seraient de plus en plus impliqués dans des accidents et les considérations environnementales.
  • Près de la moitié des fonds des Réseaux Transeuropéens consacrée à des études
    Le Parlement européen (PE) veut plus d'argent pour les Réseaux Transeuropéens (RTE), en d'autres mots les travaux d'infrastructures routières transfrontalières au sein de l'Europe. De plus, l'argent doit être dépensé de façon plus efficace, car quasiment la moitié est destinée aux bureaux d'études. Un rapport du Parlement qualifie cette situation d'inacceptable.

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Marine Linkweb site
MAY 2, 2000
  • Bangladesh Ferry Sinks In Storm
  • P&O Stena Q1 Hit By Lower Demand
  • ABP Shares Surge After Buyout Approach

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 2, 2000
  • BA to launch freighter services to Osaka
  • World Airlines form internet marketplace company
  • Kitty Hawk suspends international operations
  • More cranes for DPA
  • New ship for Brittany Ferries
  • ASG Air & Sea/Danzas and Svedala cooperate
  • Ecu-Line goes to to Moscow and St. Petersburg

Vincenzo Miele



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