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Shipping Timesweb site
MAY 5, 2000
Shipping News
  • Human smuggling a rising concern for shipping
    The old-time stowaway less of a problem, says US immigration officer
  • World shipbuilding market still in crisis: EC
  • NOL appoints ex-US maritime official as senior adviser
  • P&O Stena posts Q1 loss
  • China's ups and downs
Air and Land Transport
  • Air Canada cuts first quarter loss to C$36m
    Traffic, revenue gains offset partly by a 15% rise in total operating expenses
  • Brazil airline pact may need antitrust approval
  • Hawaiian Air adviser talking to potential buyers
  • Lufthansa denies reports of plan to buy PAL
  • Czech airline to choose between two alliances next month
  • Indon state firms to take over forest control
Columns
  • French bank ordered to pay up for vessel

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Sched Netweb site
MAY 5, 2000
  • Maersk Sealand expands coverage within China
  • Lloyd Triestino enters fray in the Mediterranean
  • Guangdong cracks 2,000 smuggling cases
  • GoIndustry.com chooses Kuehne and Nagel
  • Hsu senior advisor for NOL
  • Phoenix targets Germany
  • Refunds on new Australian goods and services tax
  • Chinese Customs seize US citrus fruit haul
  • Delta confident of securing much coveted route
  • Tampa introduces cargo services in Latin America
  • FAA hits out against hazardous cargo breaches
  • Asia number one in air freight

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Cargowebweb site
MAY 4, 2000
  • Profit Lufthansa down
  • Eastbound trans-Pacific rates shy of USD 400 GRI
  • Logistics.com exceeds USD 5 billion landmark
  • American Airlines purchases 20 Boeing 757s
  • Air Canada chief set to deny overpricing allegations
  • Bad result Martinair

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 4, 2000
  • PAN submission date for IEC certificate-holders extended
  • Ficci moots measures for corporate restructuring
  • HR coil makers set ambitious export targets
  • RBI seeks views of exporters on credit delivery systems
  • Russia asked to purchase increased quantities of Indian tea, tobacco
  • Nepal PM to lead business team to India
  • Israel can help build India's core sector: ITPO head
  • India, Bangla trade talks on May 10, 11
  • $ 5-bn trade with China achievable: Abdullah
  • Dumping probe into trimethoprim imports from China
  • Chinese team invites Indian investors to Qingdao trade fair
  • Export Import Workshop's practical courses
  • ECU-Trans resumes services to Moscow
  • S. Africa-India trade grows by 400 pc in 5 years
  • Commerce panel moots unified agency for cashew
  • EDI service centre opened at Kochi airport
  • Venezuela resumes crude supply
  • Dumping duty on photo paper imports mooted
  • Industry cheers as TN halves ST on tea

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 4, 2000
  • NWE and Baltic bunker market review
  • Africa: New bunker service in Benin
  • Singapore bunkers ease despite cargo gains
  • Fuel oil softens in Southern Europe
  • ExxonMobil Marine Fuels moves into e-trading
  • New weekly global averages
  • Asian markets ease after high month-end levels
  • Middle East: Very tight avails in Jeddah
  • Nervous Rotterdam market opens at softer levels

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Il Sole 24 Ore On Lineweb site
MAY 5, 2000
  • Azimut-Benetti si espande acquisendo per 40 miliardi Lusben-Craft e si conferma leader mondiale
    Viareggio polo di maxi-yacht
    Riva (Ferretti) punta sui mercati di America, Germania e Spagna - Due barche giganti per Baglietto
  • Nautica da diporto, cade il monopolio del Rina
  • Riparazioni navali, il boom di Genova
  • Catania, cresce il traffico di merci e passeggeri (+10%)

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 5, 2000
  • P&O Nedlloyd link with flag cover row
    A BRAZILIAN company associated with Anglo-Dutch container giant P&O Nedlloyd has drawn criticism from local shipowners for its involvement in the practice known as 'flag cover'.
  • Tsuneishi and Hashihama yards to merge
    TWO of Japan's medium-sized shipbuilders, Tsuneishi and Hashihama Shipbuilding, are to merge in a bid to combat the threat of the escalating value of the yen and competition from yards in China and South Korea.
  • US offshore Bill taxes insurers
    AN attempt to bring in tougher US laws on offshore financial business could have a dramatic effect on the shape of the vast American insurance market, and lead to a similar European upheaval.
  • Hyde hires leading Clarksons sale and purchase broker
    London shipbroker J E Hyde has announced a clutch of new appointments and the prestige acquisition of a leading sale and purchase broker, Stephen Taylor, from rival Clarksons.
  • Lenac yard profits see slight rise
    CROATIA'S Viktor Lenac, the largest shiprepair facility on the Adriatic coast, has weathered the war in Kosovo but has struggled to transform survival into strong results.
  • Rijeka facility completes biggest repair job
    CROATIA'S Viktor Lenac Shipyard in Rijeka has completed its largest damage repair contract to date, involving what is believed to be the largest such repair in Europe since the Sea Empress was rebuilt, writes Alan Thorpe.
  • IACS 'sin bin' for poorly performing registers
    TWO International Association of Classification Societies affiliates have been assigned US Coast Guard priority one inspection status for bad performance.
  • Australian Submarine exercises
    A Rivercat ferry passes the Royal Australian Navy's newest Collins class submarine, HMAS Waller, as she leaves Sydney Harbour yesterday. The submarine will participate in a series of exercises near Hawaii, her first since she was commissioned in July last year, that will involve more than 50 ships, 200 aircraft and 22,000 personnel from seven countries.

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Fairplayweb site
MAY 4, 2000
  • RINA sues eleven over Erika
  • No sign of breakthrough in Norwegian strike
  • Mumbai, Chennai to be developed for transhipment
  • UK applauds oil smuggling clamp-down
  • Eighty drown as ferries capsize
  • French court opens Erika proceedings
  • Florens Container secures $140M loan
  • Hyundai chairman to prop up trust unit
  • Vietnamese rice exports move ahead
  • Norwegian strike closes oil terminals
  • BNDES confirms aid for gas carriers
  • RINA sues all parties in Erika incident
  • Varun to partner Hanjin for LNG bid
  • NOL appoints China advisor
  • BC prepares for 900 stowaways
  • Another box train derailed in Thailand

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 5, 2000
Home
  • Liner projection: 5 more years of strong cargo growth, weak profits
  • Pacer in talks to buy Hub Group
  • Hushkit ban provokes harsh U.S. reaction
  • BNSF expands Ice Cold Express service
  • Air Canada hub charges won't deter Cathay services
  • CFI appoints Schmidt president
  • Eagle names Corpe EVP, Europe
  • Pallet supplies find new 'platform'
Logistics
  • Eastern Europe's rail system in disarray
  • 'Hush kit' law takes effect in EU
  • US Postal Service appoints acting chief financial officer
Maritime
  • Year-old OSRA still stirs debate
  • New York harbor seeks to add 481 dockworkers
  • Brooklyn terminal to get 2 more cranes
  • Crew tips Coast Guard to leak; captain charged
  • French investigators target owner, manager of tanker

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
MAY 5, 2000
  • Honda Europe transfère une partie de son trafic automobile de Gand vers Zeebrugge
    A partir du 1er juin, Honda Europe, la filiale logistique du constructeur automobile japonais, acheminera les voitures produites au Royaume-Unie vers le continent via Zeebrugge. Cette décision est liée à l'objectif de réduire les délais de livraison et de mieux moduler la production dans l'usine de Swindon en fonction des commandes obtenues. Le port de Gand perd ainsi près d'un tiers du trafic de Honda, qui s'était élevé l'an passé à plus de 90.000 véhicules. Les importations de voitures en provenance du Japon continueront à transiter par Gand.
  • Anvers et le breakbulk: une table ronde qui se fait attendre...
    L'échevin du port d'Anvers Leo Delwaide a annoncé à maintes reprises l'organisation d'une table ronde afin de mettre au point une stratégie qui consisterait à créer les conditions favorables à une relance des trafics dans le conventionnel/breakbulk. Ce secteur a toujours constitué la force du port d'Anvers à l'échelle de l'Europe, mais s'est vu sérieusement compromis par les taux dérisoires que provoque la containérisation dans la plupart des trafics, plus particulièrement sur les relations Est-Ouest. Cette table ronde, on l'annonce très prochaine, mais quand aura-t-elle effectivement lieu? Et quelles sont ses chances d'aboutir au résultat souhaité?
  • Lufthansa réalise un meilleur résultat que prévu
    Le groupe Lufthansa a bien tenu le coup dans un environnement plutôt difficile l'année dernière, a déclaré son CEO Jürgen Weber à Francfort à l'occasion de la présentation des résultats annuels. Le bénéfice a été inférieur à celui de 1998, mais a néanmoins dépassé les prévisions.
  • Le réflexe national entrave l'élaboration d'une politique aérienne européenne
    Malgré dix années de libéralisation du transport aérien à l'intérieur de l'Union européenne - qui ont certainement porté leurs fruits dans différents domaines -, on est encore bien loin d'une politique aérienne européenne cohérente. Il s'agit pourtant là d'une condition indispensable pour donner aux compagnies aériennes européennes un rôle significatif au niveau mondial, affirme le rapport Sterckx, qui a été présenté jeudi dernier au Parlement européen.

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Marine Linkweb site
MAY 4, 2000
  • Abu Dhabi Awards Construction Contract
  • Horizon To Build OSV Trio

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 5, 2000
  • Schenker-BTL opens center in Tallinn
  • American Freightways provides account information online
  • Freight transportation industry to discuss e-commerce
  • Kitty Hawk files for bankruptcy protection
  • Hawaiian Airlines for sale?

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 5, 2000
  • Going big
    MILAN-based steel giant ILVA may order the first very large ore carriers (VLOC) for several years. Far Eastern yards have been sounded out for newbuildings in response to fears over the limited choice of tonnage. Bergesen, Krupp and Japanese operators dominate much of the market.
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  • Lauritzen's low rates
  • VLCC fixed to Formosa
  • Burbank's boys break
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