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Shipping Timesweb site
MARCH 21, 2000
Shipping News
  • Carnival sounds lower earnings alert
    World's largest cruise line reports profits of US$171.5m in first quarter
  • P&O Nedlloyd to take part in two e-commerce portals
  • China's ferry sinking: crew to blame
  • Japanese ship orders fall
Air and Land Transport
  • FAA probes Alaska Airlines mechanics' charges
    Criminal investigators also looking into allegations against maintenance supervisor
  • Construction of A3XX to be shared by Toulouse, Hamburg
  • Swissair crash: faulty cockpit light may be cause
  • Boeing engineers approve contract, ending 40-day strike
  • Qantas passenger numbers up 4%
Features
  • Spotlight on rising scourge
    A tanker missing since last month has focused attention on the increasing number of pirate attacks at sea

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 21, 2000
  • Hyundai Merchant Marine unveils master plan
  • Brennan launches new service
  • Guangdong on the road
  • Start spreading the news
  • Dubai moves in on North Africa
  • Delta files for Vietnam service
  • Shannon to open new terminal
  • Airbus uncertain over A3XX
  • Canadian airlines keeping customers in the dark

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Cargowebweb site
MARCH 20, 2000
  • 2,000 reduction in job positions KLM
  • German government stands by high levy
  • Danzas to sell chemical transport
  • New ICF agency in Slovenia
  • Logistics exhibition in Helsinki in May

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 20, 2000
  • Indian plans for port privatisation
  • Increased terminal capacity in Lithuania
  • GBP 4m Milford Haven fine reduced in Court of Appeal
  • Lanka Marine Services to be privatised
  • Singapore bunker market expected to fall

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 20, 2000
  • Korean ship dumping complaint headed for WTO
    South Korea is getting set for its dispute with the EU on shipbuilding subsidies to go to the World Trade Organization for resolution.
  • Kvaerner sells Russian yard
    Kvaerner today announced that it has entered into an agreement with ZAO AKO BARSS, for the sale of its 75.6 per cent shareholding in Kvaerner Vyborg Shipyard JSC, Russia

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Cargonews Chinaweb site
MARCH 1, 2000
  • Mainland box growth soars
  • Management fees docked at Kaohsiung Harbour
  • Suao misses out on Taiwan prosperity
  • OOCL and Wan Hai in new service commitment

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 21, 2000
  • Stolt joins dot coms
    Leading chemical carrier group Stolt-Nielsen is harnessing the power of the internet in a bid to capture billions of dollars of savings in the bulk material supply chain.
  • Norway optimism over Knudsen appointment
    NORWAY'S shipping industry has expressed cautious optimism at the return of Grete Knudsen as the country's minister for trade and industry, a portfolio whose ambit extends to the shipping sector.
  • Jury is still out as it waits for Carnival
    US cruise giant Carnival finds itself on trial in more than one sense.
  • Babcock Borsig sells stake in Flender
    ENGINEERING group Babcock Borsig has sold its 75.5% stake in gearbox maker Flender AG to London-based Citicorp Venture Capital.
  • Europe may win six UK ro-ros
    The UK Ministry of Defence's requirement for six ro-ros looks set to be fulfilled by a European yard if the government places the strategic sealift service contract with a consortium led by Andrew Weir Shipping.
  • Emeraude order for Fjellstrand
    NORWEGIAN fast ferry builder Fjellstrand has won a contract to build a 60 m JumboCat from France's Emeraude Lines, its first order since being sold by the Kvaerner Group.
  • Shipping lucre shores up list of the wealthy
    SHIPPING money accounts for a surprisingly sizeable chunk of the Sunday Times Rich List 2000, the latest annual round-up of the wealthiest people in Britain.
  • German bid for air cargo supremacy
    TWO former German state monopolies are close to a mega-deal in the logistics sector. Lufthansa and Deutsche Post are planning to merge their cargo businesses, which would make them the global leader in the air freight market.

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 21, 2000
Home
  • Hyde hearings may plow familiar ground
  • Railroads appeal STB's decision
  • Transportal Network and Logistics.com in strategic alliance
  • Intermarine revises Americas fuel surcharges
  • Boeing engineers, technical workers go back to work
  • Amsterdam awards container terminal contract
  • Schneider Logistics acquires freight payment unit
  • Dreyfus to take over Port of Seattle's grain facility
Transportation
  • Emery expands service in Asia
  • Dutch airline plans to slash 2,700 jobs in bid to recover profitability
  • FedEx charged with religious bias
Maritime
  • Overcapacity a drag on tanker owners, report says
  • EPA raises 'significant' objections to proposed container terminal
  • Newcomers challenge established UAE ports

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Marine Linkweb site
MARCH 20, 2000
Maritime Contract News
  • China Finances $370M Shipbuilding Deal With Iran
Breaking News
  • Minoan Lines To Propose Three-For-One Issue
  • Kvaerner Sells Russian Shipyard Stake
  • Carnival Ratings Cut

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