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Shipping Timesweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2000
Shipping News
  • ST Marine wins deal to repair, upgrade Star ship
    [SINGAPORE] ST Marine is the most recent beneficiary of what is seen as a growing industry for cruiseship repair and refurbishment in Singapore, with its securing of a contract for a Star Cruises-owned Norwegian Cruise Line vessel.
  • Germanischer Lloyd-DNV merger talks fail
  • P&O Nedlloyd unit to operate New Jersey port terminal
  • Call for sailing ban near France during storms
Air and Land Transport
  • US airline mergers make good sense: study
    [WASHINGTON] Mergers among top US airlines would boost competition and create more choices for consumers, not fewer as often predicted, a survey released said.
  • Global Airlines's US$298m offer for TWA meets with market scepticism
  • Buyer of Go must allow management stakes in firm
  • Officials need 6 more months to study wreckage
  • Baghdad invites airlines to reopen offices
Features
  • Avoiding damage to fragile ecosystems
Logistics
  • Taiwan acts to become regional supply chain hub
  • Supply chain plays key role in e-business: think-tank

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2000
  • Election puts a new face on transportation committees
    While the presidential election is still too close to call, maritime and other transportation industries were watching other election results important to their businesses that were nearly as close, including the senatorial races in Washington and California.
  • Trucker protests continue at Montreal despite hefty fines
    Intermodal truck operations into and out of the Port of Montreal was creeping along at less than 50% of normal this week, even though unions representing the truckers on Tuesday were slapped with hefty fines for striking illegally.
  • Pacer plans IPO, pursues Rail Van
    Pacer International Inc. says it plans an initial public offering of stock by year-end and that it has signed a letter of intent for possible acquisition of logistics provider Rail Van.
  • Report: Logistics dot-coms to benefit from $1 trillion cross-border spending
  • Supreme Court hears Customs deference case
  • Emery names Kirchner as vice president for North America
  • Marine Terminals to provide stevedore services for Port of Corpus Christi
  • Expeditors announces record earnings
  • Houston port eyes tariff increases
  • British government tries to head off trucker protests with tax cuts
  • Crew cleared in 1980 sinking of British bulk carrier
  • Lufthansa Cargo names sales director for the Northeast
  • OOCL revamps, expands service in Japan

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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2000
  • WTSA chassis, fuel charges
  • Balboa rocks with Maersk
  • ABX makes French connection
  • MOL makes navigation easier
  • Certificate for Hanjin
  • Singapore firm converts DC-10
  • Mexican tariff exemptions dropped for NAFTA
  • US&T sells Tricor
  • FIEs subject to China tax

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Cargowebweb site
NOVEMBER 8, 2000
  • Germany's stevedores join forces
  • British targets for improved motorways
  • Railtrack ceo advocates dedicated freight lines
  • More overseas investments wanted in China
  • Honduras gets credit for road and bridges improvement

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2000
  • India holds promise, says Yves Perrin
  • EU allays India's fears of increased protectionism
  • Textile EPCs should be merged, feels CIAE
  • Separate pharmaceutical EPC under study
  • EC must refund dumping duties on bed linen: AIEC
  • Concor gets air-cargo clearance from ICD-Pithampur
  • Govt mulling tax holiday for food processing sector
  • Move to iron out snags to investment flow
  • State plans to cast ST net over services too
  • UPS enters JV with Jet Airways
  • Arun Jaitley given additional charge of Shipping
  • IMC organises meet with S. Asia trade missions

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 8, 2000
  • Swiss oil trading company to open London branch shortly
  • Brazilian bunker prices still falling
  • Iraq demonstrates its oil weapon at Ceyhan
  • Jeddah/Dammam posted prices go down this Thursday
  • Double-hull v. single-hull: the debate continues
  • Oil steady to soft as US distillate stocks rise

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 8, 2000
  • Inland shipping freight market, week 44, 30th October/3rd November, 2000
  • Serbia
  • Volga-Dnepr and American Aviation Leasing
  • SSC warns against price impositions
  • Schenker expands in Vienna
  • Logochem acquires logistics business of Krems Chemie
  • Lower Brenner toll
  • Ports of Bremen: Port Authority
  • NL: road pricing is coming
  • Diesel tax: IRU demands harmonization
  • Fercam and Heppner partnership
  • New block train
  • CN and BNSF: bimodal network
  • Proodos: Block trains from Villach to the Balkan
  • Menzies World Cargo buys Manchester Cargo Center MCC
  • Cargolux: Latacunga
  • Chapman Freeborn: Oostende to Montreal
  • DHL upgrade
  • Lufthansa: Berlin to the USA
  • ACL seeks synergies with Grimaldi

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2000
  • Report clears crew of Derbyshire loss
    THE MASTER and crew of the Derbyshire - the 169,044 dwt bulk carrier which sank in 1980 with a loss of 44 lives - were yesterday cleared of bad seamanship, with the publication of report into the casualty by a High Court judge.
  • The British ship Northern Prince
    The British ship Northern Prince sails into Cherbourg harbour yesterday carrying a remote operated vessel with a camera and articulated arm which will be used to locate and repair damage to the hull of the Italian tanker Ievoli Sun which sank off the coast of France last week while carrying 6,000 tonnes of toxic chemicals.
  • Shipping-direct plans link with Setfair.com
    INTERNATIONAL satellite organisation Inmarsat has joined forces with Shipping-direct.com, one of the new breed of online chartering exchanges, in a bid to develop e-commerce solutions for the maritime industry.
  • Taca ready to charge for truck chassis
    US importers and exporters are to be charged by Trans-Atlantic Conference Agreement members for the use of truck chassis, writes Janet Porter.
  • Navigators take Sleipner blame
    THE Sleipner commission yesterday cited poor navigation as the broad cause of last November's high-speed ferry accident that claimed 16 lives, but directed specific criticism at the Norwegian Maritime Directorate, shipowner Hardanger Sunnhordlandske Dampskipsselskap, shipbuilder Austal and class society Det Norske Veritas.
  • Brown lifts North Sea tax threat
    North Sea oil companies have escaped a threatened windfall tax as British chancellor Gordon Brown outlined spring Budget plans that included a fuel tax lifeline to protesting hauliers, writes Our Parliamentary Correspondent and Roger Hailey.
  • Grounding uncovers Australia safety lapse
    THE grounding of a containership on the Great Barrier Reef has revealed an embarrassing weakness in Australia's defences against unsafe shipping.
  • MISC accepts responsibility for accident
    Malaysia's largest shipping firm yesterday took full responsibility for the stranding of the Bunga Teratai Satu on Australia's Great Barrier Reef.

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Fairplayweb site
NOVEMBER 8, 2000
  • Navigational error sank Sleipner
  • Estonia explosion theory 'proved'
  • USCG extends casualty reporting
  • US vote could slow legislation
  • Xiamen smuggling ring: 14 to die
  • Derbyshire 'sank by the head'
  • Bunga re-float continues into night
  • Las Palmas box space to triple
  • Derbyshire judge demands action
  • New shipping club for Asian 'triangle'
  • Commission hits out at EU ports
  • Parliamentarians support subsidies
  • Towage exercise off Wilhelmshaven
  • ECT may seek new partner
  • Alaska admits pollution test error

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
NOVEMBER 9, 2000
  • Kühne & Nagel demande davantage d’investissements dans le short sea
    A l’occasion de la sixième conférence shortsea “Short Sea Europe 2000”, qui a attiré quelque 150 intéressés à Duisbourg, Otto Schacht, sr vice president de Kühne & Nagel Allemagne responsable de la navigation maritime et fluviale, a donné un aperçu des activités de son entreprise dans le secteur du short sea. Si Kühne & Nagel fait déjà largement appel à l’alternative shortsea, de nombreux investissements seront nécessaires pour convaincre les clients à définitivement opter pour la voie d’eau. Il estime que le manque de communication électronique et d’infrastructures sont les principaux handicaps du short sea.
  • La CCNR veut resserrer les liens avec l’UE
    La Commission centrale pour la Navigation sur le Rhin (CCNR) et la Commission européenne étudient actuellement comment resserrer les liens qui existent déjà entre eux. Une telle évolution est jugée nécessaire à l’heure où l’accent dans la politique des transports est mis de manière croissante sur l’intégration des différents modes. D’autant plus qu’au niveau européen, la CCNR peut être considérée comme l’organisme de référence en matière de navigation intérieure, compte tenu de l’importance de l’axe rhénan dans le réseau fluvial et du fait que les réglementations élaborées par cet organisme international sont souvent reprises ou servent d’exemple à ce qui se fait dans d’autres bassins fluviaux.
  • Les transbordements dans les ports du Benelux ont porté sur 563 mio. de t en 99
    L’année dernière, les ports maritimes du Benelux ont réalisé des opérations de transbordement portant sur 563 mio. de t, prestation inférieure de 12 mio. de t à celle de l’exercice précédent. Ce léger recul s’explique du fait que ce n’est qu’au cours du second semestre de l’année et plus précisément en fin de parcours qu’on assista à une reprise des trafics.
  • La Poste veut se défaire d’une partie de GeoPost
    La Poste française a l’intention de vendre une partie de sa filiale logistique et de colis GeoPost. La venue de nouveaux actionnaires doit permettre à cette division de réaliser ses ambitions sur le marché européen. C’est ce qu’a déclaré Martin Vial, le directeur général du groupe, dans une interview accordée au Financial Times. La Poste resterait l’actionnaire majoritaire. Geopost avait annoncé début octobre qu’il misait sur une part de marché de 10% en Europe d’ici 2002.

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Marine Linkweb site
NOVEMBER 8, 2000
Maritime Contract News
  • Evergreen To Buy Five Ships From MHI
  • MISC To Raise $600M To Buy Ships
Breaking News
  • Derbyshire Ruling: Crew Not To Blame
  • Proposed Ruling Calls For Fixed Fire Safety
  • Cargill Dumps Shipping Arm

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 9, 2000
  • Survivor wins Express Samina lawsuit
    A Greek passenger aboard the ill-fated ro-pax has won his lawsuit against the operators of the ferry in what could prove to be the first of many.
  • MISC considers bond issue
    Malaysian shipowner is considering using debt instruments to raise finance to help fund its shipbuilding programme.
  • EU plans storm sailing ban
    Officials want to ban ships with hazardous cargoes from leaving ports in bad weather under an initiative drawn up in the wake of the Ievoli Sun sinking.
  • Navigational error blamed for Sleipner tragedy
    The official report into the sinking of the Norwegian fast ferry Sleipner has identified human error as the cause, but the ship should never have sailed because of bad weather.
  • Sleipner report calls for electronic navigation
    The inquiry into the Sleipner tragedy has urged Norwegian fast ferry operators to reduce speed until electronic navigation systems become available.
  • Eletson takes control of newbuildings
    Greek owner Eletson Holdings is re-arranging its fleet as bond restrictions recede.
  • Reef-grounded boxship refloat fails
    Experts are re-thinking how to pull MISC's containership free from the Great Barrier Reef.
  • Cargill exits as shipowner
    Trading giant Cargill has taken the uncharacteristic step of making an official announcement on the sale of its last remaining ships.
  • Derbyshire report presses for bulker strengthening
    Twenty years on relatives of those lost on the Derbyshire heard the findings of the re-opened formal inquiry into the loss of the vessel.
  • Suez Canal revenues fall
    September saw a decrease in turnover for the Suez Canal, compared to the previous month.
  • MISC warns of bunker burden
    State-owned Malaysian liner and LNG operator posts healthy interims, but warns of the burden of high bunker costs.
  • Hungary's Mahart to be privatised
    The Hungarian government is inviting tenders for the national shipping company Mahart.

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