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Shipping Timesweb site
MARCH 17, 2000
Shipping News
  • S'pore shipping community set for busy fortnight
    Seminars, conferences as well as Singaport 2000 fill up next two weeks of the calendar
  • EU, S Korean shipbuilding talks to continue: source
  • Nippon Yusen to order 50,000 ton cruise ship
Air and Land Transport
  • Philippines wants end to air row with Taiwan
    Estrada orders transportation officials to work out solution
  • US wants pilots to speak up on runway accidents
  • MAS in talks with KLM, Northwest, Alitalia
  • Alitalia picks GE engines
Features
  • New York-New Jersey ports set cargo record
    Facilities handled a record 20m tonnes of cargo valued at US$72.1 billion last year
Columns
  • Liability in third party proceedings

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 17, 2000
  • Maersk Logistics off to a flier
  • ANZESC announces EBS
  • NOL appoints Benbow to HR helm
  • TNT Post, British Post, Singapore Post in joint venture
  • Simba Logistics launched
  • Brokers brought to heel
  • Qantas codeshares with EVA

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Cargowebweb site
MARCH 16, 2000
  • Double profit P&O Nedlloyd
  • British Post bought distributors in the Netherlands and Danmark
  • Higher profit P&O in 1999
  • Profit Nedlloyd Group up
  • Frans Maas and Vos Logistics chemical joint venture

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 16, 2000
  • ARA and Baltic bunker markets seen at wider than usual price gaps
  • Mediterranean bunkers stay firm on tight avails
  • Middle East: religous holiday halts demand
  • Pan African market reports
  • Asian market review: Slow demand as buyers go elsewhere
  • Rotterdam barge market takes $10-15 dive Thursday morning
  • Singapore prices still high after sharp retreat
  • New weekly global averages

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Il Sole 24 Ore On Lineweb site
MARCH 17, 2000
  • Fallito l'ultimo tentativo di mediazione per spingere le imprese di Seul a rinunciare al dumping sui prezzi delle navi
    Ue-Corea, guerra sui cantieri
    L'industria europea si prepara a chiedere a Bruxelles di ricorrere alla Wto - In Asia il 66 per cento dei nuovi ordini
  • Scontro sul contratto unico
    Porti chiusi per sciopero
  • Livorno, container in calo ma crescono le crociere
  • Genova, gruppo d'azione per le infrastrutture
  • Shipping, le vie per attenuare il rialzo dei tassi

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 17, 2000
  • Jobs to go in new P&O Nedlloyd cuts
    A NEW round of cost cuts and job losses has been embarked on by P&O Nedlloyd in a bid to restore the liner shipping company to a sound financial base after suffering heavy losses last year.
  • Court slashes Sea Empress spill fine
    MILFORD Haven Port Authority's £4m ($6.34m) fine over the 1996 Sea Empress oil spill was slashed to £750,000 yesterday after the Lord Chief Justice Bingham described it as "manifestly excessive".
  • P&O profits beat forecasts
    P&O'S share price experienced a roller-coaster ride following yesterday's full-year results statement.
  • Frans Maas eyes 10% profits rise from acquisitions
    DUTCH transport and logistics to freight forwarding giant Frans Maas expects net profit to increase by around 10% this year on the back of new acquisitions and capacity increases.
  • Wilhelmsen changes focus
    NORWAY'S Wilh Wilhelmsen group is poised to move away from "traditional" shipowning into value-added maritime services, says new group chief executive Wilhem Wilhelmsen.
  • Madrid rail link near start-up
    THE first freight trains between Spain's four main container ports and Puerto Seco de Madrid, the new intermodal terminal on the outskirts of the Spanish capital, could be running by early April after months of delay.
  • Court quashes EU fine on West Africa carriers
    FINES imposed on shipping lines accused of anti-competitive behaviour in the West African trades have been annulled by the European Court of Justice.
  • Korea yard price talks suspended
    TALKS between European Commission and South Korean officials on European industry allegations of unfair South Korean shipbuilding prices have been suspended until next week.

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Fairplayweb site
MARCH 16, 2000
  • Tirrenia boss sues Moby rival
  • No pay rise for Japanese yard workers
  • Finnish NMA officials freed
  • Ceres orders Suezmax with 40-year design life
  • Nedlloyd, P&O Nedlloyd suffer in 1999
  • P&O Ned short-listed for new Coega port
  • Hanjin to lease Long Beach terminal
  • Small states seek WTO trade waiver
  • Chile trips up on Mercosur protectionism
  • New York/New Jersey targets Asia
  • LNG sector 'can compete with pipelines'
  • Yokohama shows box traffic recovery
  • SA ends container rail tariff concession
  • Malta seeks subsidy deal with EU
  • P&O invests in land-based operator
  • Strike stalls Finnish chemical industry

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 17, 2000
Home
  • Container traffic up during 'turning-point year' for NY/NJ port
  • Kelly pledges commitment to Mod Act
  • Truckers protest in Washington
  • Schneider Logistics acquires freight payment unit
  • Report: Canadian Pacific Seeks Stakes In SCI, Concor
  • OOCL extends China service
  • Exec: Strikers trying to destroy Boeing's reputation
  • BNSF fined $10 million over false evidence
Transportation
  • BNSF threatens lawsuit if STB blocks CN deal
  • New York's Maher Terminals adds two hours to gate time
  • Kremlin proposes competitor for Aeroflot
Maritime
  • FMC finds 10 companies a total of $732,000
  • P&O Nedlloyd's operating profit plunges as fuel prices take toll
  • Conservationists oppose Savannah dredging project
  • Hanjin, not Cosco, to lease former Long Beach Navy base
  • Volume rises at port for third straight year

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
MARCH 16, 2000
  • ABX Logistics prépare plusieurs nouvelles acquisitions
    ABX Logistics devrait procéder dans les mois - et même dans les semaines - à venir à des acquisitions. Il s'agira d'une part de compléter le réseau terrestre en France et en Grande-Bretagne, et d'autre part celui à l'overseas, en Amérique du Nord principalement. C'est ce qui a été annoncé en marge de la SITL à l'occasion d'une conférence de presse au cours de laquelle était présentée la nouvelle structure d'ABX Logistics en France. Cette nouvelle structure est née de la récente reprise de la totalité des actions du groupe Dubois.
  • Rouen entend développer la fonction logistique à l'ombre de "Port 2000"
    "Nous sommes en fait un petit Anvers, toutefois, sur le plan français, nous avons réussi notre réforme portuaire et partant, nous pouvons nous positionner dans le domaine de la logistique bord-à-quai, ce qui est d'ailleurs déjà réalité". Alain Cazorla, directeur commercial du port autonome de Rouen, présent avec un stand à l'exposition de la SITL, ne cache pas sa satisfaction devant les résultats déjà obtenus et les perspectives qui se présentent. "Nous avons réalisé l'année dernière et pour la première fois de notre histoire un score de plus de 24 mio. de t et ce sans hydrocarbures, soit une hausse de 13,6%. Quant à la logistique elle se fait bord-à-quai, sans dockers pour les transferts, sans dockers dans les hangars", ajoute-t-il.
  • Canadian Airlines quitte l'alliance Oneworld
    Canadian Airlines se retirera de l'alliance Oneworld à compter du premier juin 2000. La compagnie figurait pourtant parmi les membres fondateurs de l'alliance. Cette décision fait suite à la reprise de la compagnie par Air Canada, qui fait partie de la Star Alliance. Le départ de Canadian Airlines réduit sensiblement les possibilités d'accès de Oneworld au marché canadien et porte donc un coup dur à Cathay Pacific. Entre-temps, AMR Corp., le holding d'Americain Airlines, envisage de faire une offre sur Canadian.
  • La CE approuve les normes techniques pour le tachygraphe digital
    Le comité technique de la Commission européenne a approuvé en début de semaine les spécifications techniques pour le tachygraphe digital. L'ordonnance relative à son utilisation n'entrera en vigueur qu'après parution dans la publication officielle de l'UE. Cela peut prendre deux à trois mois. Ensuite, les Etats-membres disposeront d'une période transitoire de deux à trois ans pour l'instauration du tachygraphe digital, donc au plus tôt à l'été 2002.

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Marine Linkweb site
MARCH 16, 2000
  • Japanese Shipyard Orders Soar
  • FedEx To Enter Ocean Shipping Business
  • Romanian Yard Close To Contracts
  • PCA Seeking Ways To Safeguard Water
  • Milford Haven Port Wins Sea Empress Fine Challenge
  • Small Spill After Tankers Collide Off Louisiana
  • P&O Profits Flying High

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 17, 2000
  • Skuld prepares to pay the price
    P&I club Skuld is taking drastic action to balance its books, including job cuts, curbs on business-class travel and even getting executives to type their own memos. Skuld's plunge into the red could herald wider problems across the P&I world as a result of declining premiums.
  • Samsung rides again
  • Owners face bank cramp
  • Crunch for Mitsubishi
  • Frontline's Golden shot
  • Wrath for the rogues
  • Erika vibes haunt ship
  • Benchmark for Aframax
  • Casualties
  • Detentions

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