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Shipping Timesweb site
MARCH 15, 2000
Shipping News
  • Skuld relooking cost-cutting in soft market
    Lower premium income also means more active approach to product development: V-P
  • Hitachi Zosen in talks to cut wages by 10%
Air and Land Transport
  • US to file complaint against EU over aircraft noise rules
    Failure to reach compromise forces US to take case to int'l body: official
  • Japan Airlines to axe more jobs than planned
  • General Motors and Fiat in US$2.4b alliance
  • KLM to study plan to cut jobs, production
  • MAS plane breaks wheel at Dhaka airport
Features
  • Protecting coastal habitats
    Erika's sinking off the French coast highlighted environmental concerns raised by shipping near coastal areas
Columns
  • MPA's quality shipping meet comes at the right time

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 15, 2000
  • TPL expands capacity
  • Exel new logistics giant
  • China ports open more hours
  • Tianjin port upgrade
  • Contship makes key European appointments
  • Philippine ports hike rates
  • KLM to slash cargo capacity
  • Names in frame for BA top spot
  • FAA gets clean bill of wealth
  • Work to begin on Guangzhou's new airport

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Cargowebweb site
MARCH 14, 2000
  • e-SupplierLink for online supply chain management
  • American Airlines with Boeing 777 across polar route to Hong Kong
  • Frans Maas profit rise
  • New outsider on Atlantic

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 15, 2000
  • Commerce Ministry's paper moots export-linked FDI policy
  • Liberty Marine offers access to Chinese markets
  • Exporters press for postponing of tax exemption phase-out
  • 4-day closure of Indira Dock for lock replacement
  • Australia urges India to further lower import tariffs on wool
  • Dept of Company Affairs amends buyback rules
  • Philippines to build new ports
  • 'Brand promotion fund' for textile industry suggested
  • Contship appoints 2 European Managers
  • More garment exporters log in to virtual showrooms
  • Restore 10 per cent drawback, urge carpet exporters
  • Definitive dumping duty on polystyrene mooted
  • US, Japanese aniline imports face dumping duty
  • Hazardous chemicals rules amended
  • Air cargo rates going up

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 14, 2000
  • "Iraq needs $600 million to repair oil structures"
  • Gulf oil producers 'ready to hike output'
  • Brent falls after report that OPEC may increase output significantly
  • BP Amoco to buy Burmah Castrol for $5.4 billion
  • Mixed OPEC signals continue to unsettle oil market
  • Jeddah IFO up, Dammam IFO down by $10 on Thursday
  • Banks prevent North End Oil from trading

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 15, 2000
  • BP Amoco in £3bn Burmah Castrol bid
    BRITISH oil giant BP Amoco has agreed a £3bn ($4.7bn) friendly takeover of UK lubricants specialist Burmah Castrol - a deal mooted since the Exxon/Mobil merger triggered the collapse of BP's joint venture with Mobil.
  • Oil forum rejects early single-hulls phaseout
    THE Oil Companies International Marine Forum opposes a European Commission plan for the early phasing out of single hull oil tankers, said the forum's director John Hughes.
  • Green light for Daewoo break up
    DAEWOO Heavy Industries, the shipbuilding and machinery arm of South Korea's ailing Daewoo Group, said a plan to split it into three companies was approved at a shareholders' meeting yesterday.
  • Yachtline and Marineline boost
    A MANAGEMENT buyout is set to boost two important Lloyd's insurance operations covering yachts and other craft, and general cargo.
  • Milford Haven spill fine appeal
    MILFORD Haven Port Authority goes to the Appeal Court tomorrow in an attempt to overturn the £4m($6.3m) fine imposed in the wake of the 1996 Sea Empress spill.
  • Bremer Vulkan charges dropped
    CHARGES against the former chief financial officer of the now-bankrupt shipbuilding group Bremer Vulkan have been dropped in one of the most sensational trials in post-war Germany's maritime history.
  • P&O reflags four more Princess ships to UK
    P&O is reflagging to the UK register four more Princess Cruises ships as part of a long-term commitment to place 50 vessels with the Red Ensign, writes David Mott.
  • HDW to merge with ThyssenKrupp shipyards within two years
    HOWALDTSWERKE Deutsche Werft, the Kiel-based shipbuilder, expects to merge with the two yards of the ThyssenKrupp group "within one or two years".

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Fairplayweb site
MARCH 14, 2000
  • Castrol agrees to BP bid
  • BC to write off PacifiCats
  • Italy arrests second immigrant ship
  • Finnish hauliers threatened with lockout
  • Naval Gijon workers end protest
  • Hijacked ships still missing, says IMB
  • Australia goes Capesize for record wheat export
  • Broker warns over longer term dry cargo prospects
  • Daewoo shipbuilding spin-off approved
  • EU halts Savona bulk terminal subsidies
  • SCI to slash staff numbers
  • Crane casualty highlights poor port equipment
  • Glencore eyes PNG copper mine
  • Mercosul Argentina gets temporary licence
  • Star plans intra-Asia cruises
  • Cagliari hub fined over land grab

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 15, 2000
Home
  • FedEx ventures into ocean LCL arena
  • Chinese carriers discuss cooperation
Transportation
  • Aspect-i2 merger called 'perfect'
  • EU threatens to carry out hush-kit ban
  • Thai Airways to sell off 23% stake to reduce debt
  • London spurns US security plan as an 'infringement' on its rights
Maritime
  • South Korean shipyards pare capacity in effort to maintain global dominance
  • Smaller vessels dominate; local registry sees growth
  • Maritime box rates soar 34%, study says
  • Maryland officials haven't given up on Maersk Sealand

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Marine Linkweb site
MARCH 14, 2000
  • Refinancing Of BC Ferries Announced
  • Daewoo Heavy Approves Split Plan
  • Croatian Yard Raises $30M For Investment
  • French Oil Cleanup Volunteers Take Gov't To Court
  • Oilseed Fuel May Help Mop Up French Oil Spill
  • Damen Seeks Remaining Shares In Romanian Shipyard

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