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Shipping Timesweb site
JUNE 20, 2000
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  • Half of Philippines' maritime colleges expected to meet new standards
  • Med Star stowaways part of smuggling ring
Air and Land Transport
  • Airbus clears last hurdle for launching A3XX
    European consortium has finally set terms for corporate restructure
  • Lufthansa sees profit growth from freight, e-commerce
  • KLM's hub at Schiphol airport a key attraction for BA
  • Second map light found without burn marks
Features
  • Defects in modern vessels are a growing cause for concern

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 20, 2000
  • Novel BA/KLM air merger could be political barrier
    The airlines are mulling an ownership structure that would allow the British carrier to run the Dutch airline without having majority voting rights.
  • ILA will vote on June 26
    If ratified, the three-year extension of the current contract would take effect Sept. 30, 2001.
  • Northwest and Japan Airlines in cargo alliance
    The long-term deal begins on Sept. 1, 2000, and will focus on freighter flights between the U.S. and Asia.
  • Maersk Sealand, P&O Nedlloyd see rail service to pair of German ports
    The lines open intermodal routes to Hamburg and Bremerhaven.
  • Computer microphones raise their voices
    A look at the the latest comtestants in the peripherals war.
  • FedEx Express expands international freight services
  • Airborne Freight appoints Michael CFO
  • Halifax terminal operator seeks court ruling
  • Customs officers to strike in Brazil this week
  • U.S. and Brazilian Customs to fight fraud
  • Circle promotes Asia-Pacific executive
  • New dot-com targets forwarders, carriers
  • NTE offers online reefer service
  • Emery names Wood to logistics unit
  • Ferrosur eyes auto market
  • MSC offers direct service to Le Havre
  • Crowley earns logistics contract in Venezuela
  • Indian port invites private operators for container terminal

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 20, 2000
  • G&U Logistics expand network
  • Stats show Lok Ma Chau still busiest crossing-point
  • Jib cranes give HIT a lift
  • Brazil backs new tax
  • Cosco bypasses Senegal
  • European rail services extension
  • Merger creates tank giant
  • The road to recovery
  • Bimco relaunches web site
  • Farrell to transfer MSP vessels
  • K Line appoints Greek agent
  • Air New Zealand's Ansett deal approved by government
  • PAL resumes Sydney flights
  • Delta, Air Canada offer joint flights
  • New Atlanta service for EVA
  • Hong Kong should open aviation industry: US

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Cargowebweb site
JUNE 19, 2000
  • APL to participate in Far East-Middle East Service
  • UK air traffic control collapse to fuel privatisation row
  • Rail and water-borne transport 'not safe'
  • Bureaucracy hampers Betuwelijn construction
  • Logistics.com launches its marketplace
  • Neopost Online and Lycos team up

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 19, 2000
  • CMA-CGM commitment to trade fulfilled
  • Definitive dumping duty on Korean optical fibre mooted
  • FDI worth $ 53 bn from EU likely
  • Govt to amend Act to prevent sudden import surge
  • Positive steps vital to sustain exports: Fieo
  • RBI Dy Governor sees changing role for apex bank
  • Canada starts dumping probe into Indian steel bars too
  • CBEC orders instant ECC numbers
  • NIE garment export quota policy change likely
  • Assocham's 5-pt formula for better rail efficiency
  • Definitive duty on Vitamin C from China, Japan mooted
  • FCI to sell 'C&D' wheat at Rs 750
  • US report sees vast scope for investors in India's food business
  • SER logs 10 pc growth in April-May freight traffic
  • Ministry bid to provide better deal for SSI units
  • India may seek FTA pact with EU
  • Higher sugar output forecast
  • Panel moots roll-back of jute packaging orders
  • M. P. Pinto to speak on ports' corporatisation at IMC

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 20, 2000
  • Suitors line up as Rina looks for a partner
    IN a move that may spark long awaited consolidation among classification societies, 49% of Italian class society Rina could be sold to another IACS member within the year.
  • Stowaway truck scam kills 58
    BRITISH police were last night investigating the deaths of 58 illegal immigrants whose bodies were discovered on a truck entering Dover from a P&O ferry.
  • Wah Kwong posts $48m full-year losses
    WAH Kwong Shipping Holdings, at the centre of a $54m friendly takeover by George Chao Sze-kwong and Bocimar Far East Holdings, posted an operating loss of US$47.7m in the full year to March 31.
  • Malayan sues over payment for clean-up
    MALAYAN Towage and Salvage, the Philippines' largest towage and salvage company has sued Bermuda-based Terra Nova Insurance and local tanker operator Oil Shale.
  • Peterswerft Wewelsfleth insolvency steps start
    THE German shipyard Peterswerft Wewelsfleth in Schleswig-Holstein has started insolvency proceedings.
  • Boxship Paul Oldendorff
    The 1,300 teu new boxship Paul Oldendorff is pictured in the port of Le Havre where she called on Lykes Lines North Atlantic Sprint service. She was delivered this year to German shipowner Briese Schiffahrts by Flensburger Shipyard of Flensburg.
  • CSX in joint venture for Dominican terminal
    CSX World Terminals and local interests in the Dominican Republic have announced plans to develop a major container terminal and free zone in Punta Caucedo, in the south of the country.
  • Intertanko welcomes Washington rules repeal
    WASHINGTON State's decision to repeal 11 state regulations covering tanker activities has been hailed as a victory for common sense by independent tanker owners' association, Intertanko.

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Fairplayweb site
JUNE 19, 2000
  • Japan mulls ferries to cut road traffic
  • Boskalis lands $2Bn contract
  • Batangas row puts loan in jeopardy
  • Iran brings liner service to China
  • Pilots' dispute enters second week
  • Kværner's $278M rights issue approved
  • Bunker surcharges imposed by Baltic ferries
  • Strike for assault at Tuticorin
  • Germany's first SWATH delayed
  • Top cop heads container deaths probe
  • Hapag-Lloyd switches to Hamburg
  • ITF urges re-think on Medstar move
  • IRI pushes for cruise business
  • Manila turns screws on Canberra
  • Sobrena and Shell sign repair deal
  • Chinese confirm Global Mars detained
  • Rostock moves repair activities
  • Tax waiver call angers Canadian yards
  • Bimco updates piracy, stowaways advice

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Marine Linkweb site
JUNE 19, 2000
  • More Navy Ships For Less Dollars?
  • Casualties
  • OPEC's 20-Day Wait
  • Sunken Drydock Blocks Shipping Channel
  • SAIT-Stento To Issue 1.2M New Shares

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 19, 2000
  • SlomanNeptun and Wanigroup form CoNor Line
  • Lloyd Triestino to resume its services to North America
  • MSC: direct service into Le Havre
  • F-Ships gets new tonnage
  • Japan Airlines and Northwest Airlines: strategic alliance
  • Temasek and PSA appoint global coordinators
  • Montemar Europe/east coast South America service enhancement

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