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Shipping Timesweb site
MARCH 16, 2000
Shipping News
  • Quality shipping meet may miss EU perspective
    Senior EC official may be unable to address first-day session of seminar
  • Asian Terminals H1 profit surges to 217m pesos
  • Philippine ferry captain charged
Air and Land Transport
  • US considering sanctions if EU bans hushkits
    Washington may keep Concorde out of the country and impose curbs on A3XX: official
  • US Airways' 7-day shutdown will cost US$300m: union
  • PAL recovery seen in 5 years
Features
  • Truckers in online drive
    Six US trucking firms plan to combine freight-management units into an Internet business called Transplace.com
Logistics
  • The Sony express
    FedEx will be the logistics backbone for the electronics giant's e-commerce site selling new Vaio notebooks
  • YCH marks foray into mobile commerce
  • Circle Int'l bags Pan-West air freight contract

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 16, 2000
  • Kuehne & Nagel opens new container freight station
  • MSC increases bunker charges
  • P&O/PLA to dredge Shell Haven
  • Singapore tonnage up in 1999
  • ABX snares Dubois
  • Marine parts service goes global
  • FedEx logistics division to get new supply chain tool
  • Canadian Airlines not at one with the world
  • BA scowls at Aussie rules

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Cargowebweb site
MARCH 15, 2000
  • Singapore to buy 25 percent of Air New Zealand
  • Investigation into DP parcel rates
  • Brussels pushes through digital tachograph
  • Road hauliers want linking of excise duty to fuel price
  • Definitive prohibition Volvo's acquisition of Scania

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 16, 2000
  • Fieo asks PM to postpone Sec. 80-HHC phase-out
  • Rlys to scrap freight rebate on imported coal
  • Restore original system of MAT: Assocham
  • Edible oil cos seek variable customs duty before floor support price
  • RBI may prune Bank Rate in early April
  • Cotton exports set to spurt
  • Rising global demand for ornamental stones augurs well for India
  • PPT may mechanise coking coal unloading
  • Addl. duty hike on oil likely
  • Konkan Rly bid to hike Ro-RO tariff
  • Assocham seeks lending rates parity with Asian levels
  • Restructuring SEBs: Ficci suggests 3-pronged strategy
  • Vast reserve of gas hydrates found
  • Assocham outlines changes needed in Exim Policy due on March 31
  • PHD Chamber too moots changes
  • New criterion to determine EOUs performance likely
  • Import checks: Customs computerisation system may revolutionise process
  • More coffee exports allowed

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 15, 2000
  • Oil futures drop on mixed US stats and expectation of OPEC increase
  • Venezuelan's want 1.5 million barrel OPEC increase
  • Indian Oil hopes to set up east-coast refinery
  • UK law firm warns of Erika consequences
  • Ship arrested in India for unpaid bunker bills
  • Stricter emissions standards may force Australian refiners to merge
  • US Crude inventories down more than expected

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The East Africanweb site
MARCH 16, 2000
  • Truck Owners in Uganda Form New Association
  • Rwanda, Burundi Plan New Rail Link
  • Tanzania Sends Seamen for Training in S. Africa
  • New Steps Boost KR Cargo Business

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 15, 2000
  • Two MHI companies file for Chapter 11
    The Boston Globe reports that Massachusetts Heavy Industries Inc., owner of the Fore River Shipyard, and yard operator MHI Shipbuilding LLC filed for Chapter 11 reorganization Monday
  • Pacificats for sale in BC Ferries bail out
    Joy MacPhail, the British Columbia Minister responsible for BC Ferries, and Paul Ramsey, Minister of Finance,has announced a financial restructuring package for the British Columbia Ferry Corporation and a plan to sell its three PacifiCat fast ferries
  • Service links cruise ships with cell phone network
    Maritime Telecommunications Network (MTN), will provide the satellite communications network for a new service that will enable passengers and staff on cruise ships to make and receive calls from their cell phones while at sea.

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 16, 2000
  • New Britain on hold amid cash doubts
    PLANS to build an '85m ($134m) luxury vessel that would promote Britain worldwide, save Harland & Wolff, and increase the national cadet intake has been put on hold after doubts over financial viability.
  • Top P&I underwriter quits West of England
    ONE of the top underwriters in shipowners' protection and indemnity has left his job after what industry sources described as a personality clash, writes James Brewer.
  • Improved Norden ready to meet market upturn
    NORDEN, the Danish owner and operator of bulkers and tankers, turned in a strong improvement in annual results for 1999 and says its modernised fleet, which is also boosted by extra chartered vessels, means it is well prepared for the market upturn when it comes.
  • Oslo bourse slaps fine on beleaguered Fred Olsen
    FRED Olsen Energy of Norway has been slapped with a NKr635,000 ($76,000) fine by the Oslo Stock Exchange for reporting last November's Global Marine compromise two hours late, writes Rajesh Joshi, Oslo.
  • Property fuels Clydeport growth
    GLASGOW port services group Clydeport is to put its faith in the property sector as a key revenue driver for the company.
  • Aesa Bazán venture gets thumbs up
    Nearly two weeks after it was made public, the plan to integrate Astilleros Españoles with military shipbuilder Bazán is off to a good start, with unions in Aesa's shipyards this week concluding a round of assemblies to seek the workforce's blessing for the proposal.
  • Europe maritime chief shuns key conference
    ASIAN shipowners and officials have reacted with dismay to a decision by Georgette Lalis, European Commission director of maritime affairs, to pull out at the last minute from the high level Quality Shipping Seminar 2000 in Singapore next week.
  • London Club warns of danger from small charterers
    SMALL-TIME charterers rushing to cash in on the oil price boom are posing potentially costly headaches for shipowners.

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Fairplayweb site
MARCH 15, 2000
  • HDW proposes merger talks with Thyssen yards
  • Strike action averted at Stena Line
  • US shipyard revival fails
  • Burundi asks Tanzania to reduce port charges
  • Gas deregulation will spawn new LNG demand
  • Asia exposes gas and LNG pricing flaws
  • Beira re-opens to traffic
  • Atlantic LNG seals agreement with Trinidad
  • Cruise industry leads safety effort
  • Former Bremer Vulkan director fined
  • India amends hazardous waste norms
  • Superfast picks ports for new Baltic service
  • Australian mineral exports booming
  • Mombasa targets cruise activity
  • DPA goes international
  • SeaFrance predicts significant operating loss
  • Funding sought for Miami River dredging

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 16, 2000
Home
  • Port looks to sea for new terminal facilities
  • One-shot transport auctions on fast track
  • Volkswagen renews agreement with Port of Wilmington
  • New York/New Jersey port handled 2 million TEU in 1999
  • USFreightways forms logistics unit
  • Norfolk Southern signs new agreement with engineers
  • AgOTC endorses Hyde bill
  • Taiwan elections boost hopes for China shipping links
Transportation
  • Teamsters, ILA to support each other
  • Brockwell, recently retired UPS vice president, dies
  • FedEx launches guaranteed residential ground delivery
Maritime
  • Cargo volume still drives rates, even under OSRA
  • Mercantile, Sea-Land Logistics merge
  • Prime minister calls for efficiency
  • 2 nations drop claims from '93 spill

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
MARCH 16, 2000
  • Le port de Bordeaux entend développer les activités dans le secteur de la logistique
    Présent à la grande manifestation de la SITL (Semaine Internationale du Transport et de la Logistique) qui se tient ces jours-ci à Villepinte près de Paris, le Port de Bordeaux annonce de nouvelles perspectives, à savoir la réalisation d'un projet portant sur deux plates-formes logistiques. Jusqu'à présent ce genre d'activités se manifeste essentiellement dans la zone portuaire de Bassens, mais pas dans un contexte bien structuré.
  • Cargaison record de Mazda au terminal automobile sur la rive gauche à Anvers
    Le week-end dernier, le carcarrier "Rio Blanco" de l'armateur Mitsui OSK Lines est venu décharger une cargaison record de 4.028 Mazda au terminal automobile de Hessenatie sur la rive gauche à Anvers. Il s'agissait du premier envoi "dédié" de voitures pour le compte de la marque japonaise. Le navire avait chargé les voitures à Hiroshima et avait navigué directement vers Anvers pour y décharger toute sa cargaison. Le délai de transit entre le Japon et le port scaldien a ainsi pu être ramené de 40 jours habituellement à 29 jours. Pour l'armateur, cela s'est traduit par une diminution des coûts opérationnels, alors que le constructeur automobile a vu baisser de 27% son "lead time" pour le transport des voitures entre son usine nipponne et le marché européen.
  • Joyau passe sous le contrôle de la Société Générale
    La société française de messagerie Joyau (Montaigu) a changé d'actionnaire principal: la Société Générale - via sa filiale londonienne SG European Private Equity Partners - a repris les 74% du capital que détenait le groupe de capital - développement Alpha Développement Finance depuis 1995. Son PDG, Jacques Godet, détient les 26% restants. Cette opération est destinée à relancer le développement de l'entreprise de manière indépendante, sans tomber dans le giron d'un groupe international. Ce renforcement sera fera prioritairement dans l'Hexagone, une internationalisation des activités - par partenariat - étant prévue pour 2001/2002, "lorsque le marché européen se sera quelque peu stabilisé après les turbulences de ces dernières années", nous a déclaré Godet sur son stand à la SITL.
  • Hausse de 13% du bénéfice net de Frans Maas
    Le chiffre d'affaires de Koninklijke Frans Maas Groep a augmenté de 6% pour atteindre 700 mio. d'EUR l'année dernière. Le bénéfice net a augmenté de 13% à 16,7 mio. d'EUR. Grâce à l'obtention de plusieurs grands contrats logistiques et à la réalisation d'un certain nombre de reprises, Frans Maas a en outre jeté les bases d'une nouvelle croissance des résultats en 2000.

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Marine Linkweb site
MARCH 15, 2000
Maritime Contract News
  • Petromarine Calls Upon Niestern Sander
Breaking News
  • Capesize Holds Steady, Panamax Drops
  • Daewoo Split Predicted To Add Value
  • Cruise Council Unanimously Adopts New Safety Policies

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