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Shipping Timesweb site
MAY 10, 2000
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  • S'pore urged to repatriate stowaways
    Those with proper identification should be allowed to land and be repatriated: shipping community
  • Kawasaki may hive off shipbuilding operations
  • Chinese ship's crew found guilty of immigrant smuggling
Air and Land Transport
  • Deputy PM to meet Qantas on safety issues: paper
    Australia's aviation body to begin routine audit of carrier's engineering and maintenance
  • Airline to spend A$20m on hiring new engineers
  • BA may quit oneworld, join Air France-Delta alliance
  • PAL operations unaffected by labour union's strike notice
  • United Air's frequent flyer awards rise
  • German charter airline orders 25 new Airbuses
  • Stability crucial in new deal
    This is part two of our feature on freight rates in the evolution and mechanics of the conference system of pricing
  • London has a different way of doing things from S'pore

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Sched Netweb site
MAY 10, 2000
  • New Indonesian Government fights back against piracy
  • OOCL christens new vessels
  • More Taiwanese investments
  • Liaoning trade boom
  • US TDA presents opportunities in South Africa
  • Thai flying to Petchabun
  • Varig fights back
  • Deutsche Post sees profits surge
  • Panalpina acquires stake in Global
  • Hawaiian Airlines seeks advice
  • ATA buys Rolls-Royce engines
  • BA drops French carrier

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Cargowebweb site
MAY 9, 2000
  • Swissair to become stakeholder in GF-X
  • Cosco shuttle route between Genoa and New York
  • Obliged call at US port
  • Air Canada faces probe over Canadian Airlines
  • Flower auction uses rail; emphasizes physical role
  • German Airline to Get 25 Airbus Aircraft; order jetBlue
  • Penske leasing with web based services
  • FedEx pilots angry about FAA certification process

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 10, 2000
  • Transaction value-based excise assessment norms modified
  • Govt offers addl MDA to tap Latam countries
  • Organic sugar trade rising
  • Norasia, CMA-CGM, Wan Hai launching USWC/China service
  • Ship Agents Associations' Federation holds its executive meet in Delhi
  • Move for global cargo hub in Nagpur evokes keen interest
  • Global Expo 2000 consumer fair at WTC
  • Korean investments shoot up ten-fold
  • IDBI to evolve revival package for hi-tech floriculture units
  • IMC, Korea call joint press conference tomorrow
  • L&T bags two IOC orders
  • Service tax net needs to be cast over wider area: CAG
  • Dedicated road fund Bill taking shape
  • Varun Shipping's net profit up by 21 per cent
  • DEPB scheme changes
  • AP apparel park to have optical fibre connectivity
  • Expert group on IT hardware exports soon
  • FDI target raised
  • ICICI mulling 'status building' strategy for shipping sector
  • Consumer electronics output up 22 pc
  • Govt allays fears on QRs removal impact
  • Core sector is basic need, says Sinha
  • India's share in global trade static

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 9, 2000
  • US Gulf prices on the rise again
  • Quieter than usual Gibraltar stays soft
  • Rotterdam fuel oil up with crude
  • Singapore softens further
  • IPE Brent steady to firm at noon despite Norwegian strike end
  • Asian markets open little changed despite crude gains
  • Port of Vancouver aims for more Asia trade
  • LUKoil plans to develop its own oil passages

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Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weeklyweb site
MAY 10, 2000
  • Daily internet news service takes shape
  • Portnet performs
  • Exporters Club offers varied programme
  • Western Bulk investigates growth opportunities
  • Jammine is optimistic about medium-term growth
  • Traffic flows smoothly through Beit Bridge
  • Cash-strapped Mozambique reneges on border deal with Swaziland
  • Delay in clearing may void your insurance cover
  • KLM and Alitalia divorce
  • Plastics exports spiral
  • Collective industry body gets SARS on its side
  • Local students achieve global recognition
  • New education body cuts funds for training
  • Botswana border officials moot extended hours
  • Deeper Walvis Bay will be complete next week
  • Trade with Asia recovers
  • Gauteng depot wins
  • Truckers turn toll plazas into informal overnight stops
  • Courier uses cell phones to speed up delivery info
  • New planes boost capacity on Far East route
  • SAA deal benefits Canada-bound cargo
  • Wine exporters come on strong in UK
  • Fuel buys into Airborne Express
  • Mystery surrounds launch of Caribbean air service

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 9, 2000
  • Washington State lawmakers seek to reclaim power to regulate tankers
    Senator Slade Gorton (R-WA) and Representative Jack Metcalf (R-WA) have introduced bills in response to the recent Supreme Court ruling in favor of Intertanko.The Gorton and Metcalf bills seek to remove the current federal preemption of state authority to adopt additional standards for tank vessels.
  • European Commission keeps up pressure on Korean shipbuilders
    The European Commission last week adopted the second in a series of reports to the Council of Ministers on the state of the world shipbuilding market. Noting a continuing decline in the market share of the EU shipbuilding industry. the report expresses particular concern about "commercially unsustainable prices" being offered by South Korean yards.

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 10, 2000
  • Harris quits P&O in boardroom row
    TIM Harris, seen by many as the heir apparent at P&O, has resigned from the UK's largest shipping group, it was disclosed yesterday.
  • Buckets of shame for Russian owner
    A RUSSIAN tanker has been branded "rustbucket of the month" by the Paris memorandum after 42 deficiencies were discovered during a port state control inspection in Germany earlier this year.
  • Amundsen to quit Kvaerner
    SVEIN Erik Amundsen, managing director at Norway's biggest shipping group Bergesen, is to quit Kvaerner's board after a 15-year stint. The change will take effect at today's annual meeting.
  • B&N Nordsjöfract back in profit for first quarter
    B&N Nordsjöfrakt of Sweden swung to a SKr3m ($335,000) first quarter net profit compared with a SKr5m loss last year, thanks to a much stronger performance from the bulk and general cargo business division, writes Rajesh Joshi, Oslo.
  • Doubts on Nomura bid knock ABP share price
    SHARES in Associated British Ports lost ground yesterday after the UK's largest port operator appeared to place a damper on prospects of a takeover bid emerging from Nomura, the Japanese investment bank.
  • Warner weighs up move into cruising
    WARNER Holidays is the latest United Kingdom holiday group wanting to expand into the ocean cruise market.
  • Go-it-alone Jones eyes shipping niche
    MARINE insurance? Avoid it like the love bug!
  • Oil price down as Norwegian strike ends
    NORWAY'S largest industrial action since 1986 ended yesterday after workers were awarded more money. This unclogged the country's crude exports, and caused oil prices to drop as traders began to digest the news, writes Rajesh Joshi, Oslo.

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Fairplayweb site
MAY 9, 2000
  • Harris walks out on P&O
  • Japanese equipment maker faces bankruptcy
  • Major expansion for Hamriyah
  • Tirrenia triples profits
  • Kawaski HI may spin off shipbuilding
  • Nomadic Shipping MD resigns
  • Kværner logs healthier shipbuilding results
  • Boomerang returns to Swinoujscie
  • Med traders warned after acid spill sinks ship
  • NZ probes importers' complaints
  • Silja Line hit by Estonian crew row
  • Go-ahead for Brindisi terminal
  • Hyundai wins Hong Kong CT9 contract
  • China grain imports set to rise
  • Australia, Philippines to hold fruit talks
  • Diamonds are Cape Town's best friend
  • India may export petrol and diesel
  • Norwegian strike ends

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 10, 2000
  • Recurrent strikes in Brazil fail to deter trade
  • Tim Harris resigns as P&O Nedlloyd CEO
  • Alliance upgrades Europe-East Coast South America service
  • Boeing delivers first MD-10s to FedEx
  • Strong lease market spurs Interpool results
  • Endemann, Turner in new posts at USF Logistics
  • Expeditors Intl. names Wang Asia president
  • Crowley Maritime appoints Ritter IT VP
  • United allies with Internet companies
  • STB: Entergy can build track for coal shipments
  • DHL formally opens facility in Singapore
  • Giuliani wants BAA to run JFK, LaGuardia
  • Fault in electrical generator blamed for aborted flights
  • Classification society seeks partners
  • PSA to offer online box exchange via
  • Recalling crash that claimed 35
  • MTC wins safety award from PMA

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Marine Linkweb site
MAY 9, 2000
Maritime Contract News
  • Samudera Delivers First Of Two Tankers To Pertamina
Breaking News
  • Norwegian Union Members Head Back To Work
  • P&O Nedlloyd CEO Resigns
  • Harland And Wolff Workers Accept Pay Offer

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 9, 2000
  • Centralized SOC for China Southern Airlines
  • Stena intensifies freight commitment
  • Djibouti port - DPA agreement
  • JetBlue orders more A320s
  • "Mittellandkanal"
  • SairLogistics takes stake in GF-X
  • Cathay orders 15 extra widebodies
  • DHL & SATS expand in Singapore
  • LTU: extensive fleet renewal program

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