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Shipping Timesweb site
JUNE 6, 2000
Shipping News
  • ST Marine moves upscale, with $20m of deals in bag
    Latest job, a dredger jumboisation for Dutch company, said to be worth $10m
  • Cosco unit starts online payment service
Air and Land Transport
  • World airlines' profits plunge US$1.2b in 1999: Iata
    Fuel price rise, drop in yield to blame for drop in earnings, says global aviation body
  • Aussie sky has room for local rivalry: minister
  • FAA threat may ground Alaska Airlines in months
  • BA turns down 20% stake in money-losing Olympic Airways
  • BAA pre-tax down 2.5% on weaker retail sales
  • Probe on frequent flyer deals Down Under
  • Kuwait Airways sees 9.1m dinar loss
Features
  • Cheaper UK-US fares pledged
    British Midland launches intensive campaign to break into the lucrative transatlantic market from Heathrow

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 6, 2000
  • Chemical logistics experts expand network
  • CP Ships names new senior vice president
  • Davies Turner named UK freight forwarder of the year
  • Conference rate rise

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Cargowebweb site
JUNE 5, 2000
  • No deal AMR and Northwest as of yet, BA and KLM are in negotiation
  • Team McLaren e-fulfillment customer TNT
  • Iata: Air cargo traffic to grow 5 percent a year
  • Boeing launches 747-300 modification program
  • Landmann to outsource UK logistics to MSAS
  • Boeing to acquire Autometric

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 6, 2000
  • Rajnath Singh to inaugurate India's first private Container Terminal today
  • Textile export target set at $ 15.5 billion
  • Edible oil import duty may be raised
  • ECU-Line appoints agent in Fiji
  • Coffee Board logo goes to Ministry
  • Notices served on EPZs to come under SEZ
  • Global Network team back from Lanka with huge orders
  • Commerce Ministry initiates probe into caustic soda 'dumping'
  • Pulses importers agitated over steep hike in clearance fee
  • Fieo plea to roll back drawback value cap on carpets
  • Modest fall in inflation rate
  • Most chemical dumping probes traced to India: Report
  • India brews a tea alliance
  • Vrittapatra Lekhak Sangh Chairman
  • Meet on cotton stresses role of quality in marketing
  • Global steel demand may touch new peak
  • FDI procedures will be further eased, Sinha assures investors
  • ECGC holding talks with D&B on exporters' dues

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 5, 2000
  • Class tensions
    Patience is wearing a little thin in the once-cosy world of classification societies.

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 6, 2000
  • The Royal Bank of Scotland
    The Royal Bank of Scotland, a major lender to Greek shipping, rolled out the red carpet at its traditional Posidonia reception. Left to right: David Madden, British Ambassador to Greece; Lambros Varnavides, director, shipping, RBS; Pandy Embiricos, chairman of the Greek Shipping Co-operation Committee; Barry Martin, chief manager, shipping, RBS; Clive Martin, Lord Mayor, City of London; Alex Rodopoulos, branch manager, Greece, RBS.
  • Iarossi says class reform inevitable
    AMERICAN Bureau of Shipping chairman Frank Iarossi yesterday said reform and consolidation in the troubled world of ship classification was inevitable and could be under way before the end of the year.
  • Share doubts hit Osprey
    THE bank blocking Osprey Maritime's US$74.2m rights issue viewed the extension of a portion of its debt from 2002 to 2004 as making the debt subordinate to redeemable convertible preference shares which also mature in 2002.
  • MIF set to expand fleet with three suezmaxes
    MIF, the publicly listed tanker arm of Greece's Tsakos group, has confirmed it is to expand its fleet with the acquisition of three suezmax tankers ordered from South Korea's Hyundai.
  • Colombia ports drugs threat
    THE seizure in Croatia of more than 240 kilos of cocaine hidden in the hull of a bulk carrier has once again highlighted the difficulties of defeating drug smugglers operating at Colombia's ports.
  • The tanker Eiltank
    The tanker Eiltank 8, laden with some 1,000 tonnes of diesel fuel, yesterday ran aground on the river Main near Frankfurt, writes Sabina Casagrande, Cologne. According to the waterways authority Wasser und Schiffahrtsamt, only a small amount of fuel spilled into the river. "It looked a lot worse at first than it turned out to be," a spokesman said. The authority closed the river to traffic for several hours.
  • Iran plans to sell off majority stake in NITC
    THEOCRACY meets Thatcherism. Tehran's islamic regime is to sell off a majority of National Iranian Tanker Company, as part of its continuing privatisation efforts.
  • Seventh quay crane for Nhava Sheva
    THE Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal, being operated at the Jawaharlal Nehru port near Mumbai by P&O Ports Australia, is beefing up its container handling equipment, writes Shirish Nadkarni, Mumbai.

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Fairplayweb site
JUNE 5, 2000
  • Nunki manager refutes Dutch allegations
  • EU commissioner backs unilateral action
  • DNV raises spectre of 'super-IACS'
  • Public sector strike hits local ferry company
  • Quality rating for DNV-classed ships
  • LR to introduce ballast management notations
  • Taiwan plans first links with China
  • Daewoo HI to receive approval for split
  • Philippines lures oil exploration
  • Alderney seeks fast-ferry service
  • India plans new ship-breaking facilities
  • Cammell Laird yet to reveal Marseilles strategy
  • Malaysia launches Malacca Straits VTS
  • Yokohama to go deeper for Maersk Sealand
  • Bugsier acts against Dutch tug operators
  • France prepares Erika pumping operations
  • Ships collide outside Panama Canal
  • Thieves create oil spill at Kandla

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 7, 2000
  • ILA, employers to begin contract talks
    Dockworkers, under pressure for give-backs to help employers compete on the East and Gulf coasts, will open contract negotiations next week, nearly a year-and-a-half before the current pact expires.
  • Trade Scene: Richard Lawrence
    The U.S. Export-Import Bank is approaching a critical juncture in its 65-year history. The agency, whose mandate is to help U.S. exporter be more internationally competitive, is itself becoming less competitive, warns, its chairman.
  • Port of Vancouver receives new cranes
  • TNT launches e-commerce fulfillment service
  • Consolidated Freightways completes First Air acquisition
  • Winwood named deputy Customs commissioner
  • Fritz Cos. names Raymond L. Smith chief executive
  • Air traffic to grow 5% a year, IATA says
  • Descartes to help form Korean logistics network
  • ShipLogix, CTS form partnership
  • Ivensys to buy struggling Baan
  • David Tolan, Brian Maher to receive AOTOS awards
  • U-Freight's partner boosts Hamburg presence
  • Low trucker liability hampers Mexico multimodal
  • Peru seeks operator for Lima airport
  • Singapore yards consider exclusive online buying
  • Taiwan shipbuilder looks for bailout
  • Maersk adds Malaysia direct calls
  • Report: British Airways, KLM exploring merger
  • Hamburg's stevedore expands in Prague
  • Customs ready to unveil ERP

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Marine Linkweb site
JUNE 5, 2000
Maritime Contract News
  • Hornbeck-Leevac Announces Expansion Of OSV Fleet
Breaking News
  • Thomson-CSF Eyes Vosper
  • Businessman To Discuss Titanic Replica
  • Collision Causes Oil Spill Near Panama Canal

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 5, 2000
  • BA World Cargo: approval for B747-400 freighter
  • CSAV and Norasia cooperate
  • Salalah after its first year
  • Conterm develops E-mail documentation for nvos
  • MOL opens Vietnam venture
  • Industry poll elects Hong Kong for TOC Asia 2001

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