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Shipping Timesweb site
MARCH 8, 2000
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  • Asia's coast guard officials in S'pore to discuss piracy
    Japan to table several proposals to fight rising piracy in Asian waters
  • RCL's bookings go online
  • South Korea's ship orders soar
Air and Land Transport
  • US domestic air traffic forecast to rise 3.6% a year
    International traffic gains will be about 5.5% if economy remains strong: FAA
  • Southwest Air calls runway accident its worst
  • Striking engineers snub Boeing's wage hike offer
  • Thailand's 2nd national airline Angel Air seeks partner
Features
  • Wake-up call for management
    For its 18,000 engineers and technical workers, it was Boeing's hard-line approach that drove them to go on strike
Columns
  • Erika-inspired attacks on IMO hold no water

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 8, 2000
  • Customs to meet challenges
  • More conferences raise charges
  • Lianyungang Port looks west
  • Hapag-Lloyd switches to euro
  • Evergreen and Coscon launch joint service
  • Emery after inbound gold
  • Xi'an opens up the wild west
  • AviaPartner signs with oneworld
  • Italy-Russia freight service

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Cargowebweb site
MARCH 7, 2000
  • Vopak tries e-commerce
  • KLM-Alitalia split 'less probable'
  • Union-Transport 'Lufthansa Cargo Global Partner'
  • Swissair hurry with Sabena takeover
  • SAirGroup's result positive
  • Semi-industrial park in Antwerp
  • Ridiculous postal code demand of Transportnews.com

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 7, 2000
  • Argentinian prices and avails this week
  • Russian and Tallinn bunkers at ARA levels or below
  • Up, up, and away for bunkers across the globe as benchmark crudes trade at $30 to $33
  • Russia to raise oil export duties
  • Asian IFO prices surpass $200 after $15 one-day increase
  • Crude rallies to new record levels on supply concerns
  • CGES recommends OPEC should decrease oil price by a third

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Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weeklyweb site
MARCH 8, 2000
  • Mozambique relief fund
  • Portnet declares war on crime in Cape Town
  • SARS calls for pre-shipment export documentation
  • Flood-ravaged regions limp back to normality
  • Vic Erfmann returns to SA
  • Delmas Midas keeps its promise
  • MOLSAF opens Richards Bay ships agency
  • Groupage comes to Port Elizabeth
  • Risk management for Africa in focus
  • Executive Consultants stems the brain drain
  • Maritime Africa expo pulls in the exhibitors
  • Wharf Rat
  • Austrian drops CT and codeshares with SAA
  • Yemen agreement addresses cargo issues
  • Gearbulk provides practical know-how for maritime students
  • Lines want service agreements with Portnet
  • Freight costing system guarantees 24-hour email response
  • Malawi inspection contract renewed
  • P&ON heads up one of Coega consortia bids

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 7, 2000
  • Another cruise industry passenger record
    Cruise lines carried a record 5.85 million North American vacationers in 1999--an 8.5 percent increase over the previous year, says the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA).
  • Korean yards still piling up orders
    Orders for export ships from South Korean yards have continued to rise this year.
  • Submarine cable joint venture
    Oceaneering International, Inc. has entered into a joint venture with Smit International to provide services to the telecommunications market for the installation, repair, and maintenance of short-haul fiber-optic submarine cable systems.

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 8, 2000
  • Statoil chief backs Norsk Hydro merger
    STATOIL chairman Ole Lund believes a merger between his company and the oil activities of fellow Norwegian energy giant Norsk Hydro would be good for Norway's oil and offshore sector.
  • BUE Marine gives fresh boost to Red Ensign
    BUE Marine, the UK standby and safety vessel operator, is to register a further 12 ships under the Red Ensign, in a move hailed as a major boost for the British flag, writes David Osler.
  • Simon says ports are target
    UK port and engineering services firm Simon Group said it was on the lookout for further acquisitions to expand its assets and services base after reporting a 5% increase in pre-tax profit for 1999.
  • Regional focus is key to success says T&B
    UK-based logistics group Tibbett & Britten, announcing its 1999 results, said it intends to sharpen its regional and strategic focus in response to industry consolidation.
  • Competition swoop catches lines on hop
    THE raids on seven shipping lines in Hamburg, Bremen and London may not have taken place at dawn, but they certainly caught the industry by surprise.
  • Clement towed off Baltic Sea sandbank
    GROUNDED tanker Clement was towed free yesterday by two tugs after the 59,650 dwt vessel ran aground in the Baltic Sea between Germany and Denmark on Monday.
  • Japan calls for new anti-piracy agency
    JAPAN has called for the establishment of a new international agency to help combat the growing scourge of piracy in the Malacca Strait.
  • Smit Pentow to manage South Africa patrol boats
    SOUTH African based towage and salvage operator, Smit Pentow Marine, has landed a deal to manage, man and maintain the state's supply and patrol vessels.

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Fairplayweb site
MARCH 7, 2000
  • Supreme Court slaps down state standards
  • Court ruling will 'take the industry forward'
  • Workers seize Spanish yard factory
  • O'Neil warns of unilateral chaos
  • International bodies oppose COGSA changes
  • POL-America chief passes the buck
  • Call for coast guards to unite against piracy
  • Canada to overhaul liability law
  • World Bank urges PNG copper mine closure
  • False hopes raised as hijacked vessel 'identified'
  • Essar withdraws two tankers from domestic charter
  • Philippines seeks rice import bids
  • Canada calls for Americas free trade area
  • New ferry service planned for Balearics
  • Indonesia denies Japanese LNG import cut
  • Oil companies must pay VAT
  • Transpacific trade thrives on strong US

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 8, 2000
Home
  • Customs plans new filing system
  • Quartel is back -- this time on the Web
  • Import groups agree on entry simplification
  • Equilinx to launch maritime procurement Web site 2nd half 2000
  • QRS buys RockPort
  • Nistevo's Web-based logistics tool attracts General Mills Operations
  • Oberstar: Tracking technology could improve maritime safety
  • Labor union says it backs CN/BNSF merger
Transportation
  • Swisscargo, Circle expand cooperation in North America
  • Danzas, AEI begin integration process
  • February railcar loadings fell 1.9%
Maritime
  • Ship lines raise volume forecast
  • New contract is planned for freight futures
  • State rules are struck down by court
  • Box, cargo volume rise at Hamburg
  • CSX World Terminals opens crane business
  • Lawmaker urges use of vessel-tracking technology
  • Carrier tries to revive project to upgrade port

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Marine Linkweb site
MARCH 7, 2000
  • Korean Ship Orders Up 322%
  • ASG Integration Into Danzas To Be Completed In April
  • Supreme Court Strikes Down Some Washington State Tanker Rules

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