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Shipping Timesweb site
NOVEMBER 21, 2000
Shipping News
  • ICS stresses increasing role of class societies
    [SINGAPORE] Classification societies are needed now more than ever, said the secretary general of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) Chris Horrocks.
  • Star Cruises chief quits; HKSE listing postponed
  • P&O Nedlloyd reports higher Q3 earnings
Air and Land Transport
  • S&P downgrades Air NZ's credit rating
    [WELLINGTON] Air New Zealand Ltd's credit rating was cut to below investment grade by Standard & Poor's Corp on concern about its debt burden and delays in absorbing newly-acquired Ansett Holdings Ltd.
  • Probe faults tail-control device for Alaska Airlines crash
  • Eurostar annual deficit at 1.5b francs
  • China to build high-speed rail link
  • Amtrak pinning its hopes on Acela to help achieve self-sufficiency
Features
  • Up to task of handling a 15,000-TEU box ship?
    ACCORDING to Eike Lehmann, chairman of the Society of Shipbuilding Technology in Hamburg, the question is not whether, but when the much-discussed 12,000-TEU container ships will really be built and commissioned. This is also important with regard to the planning of new deep sea ports or the expansion of existing ones.

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
NOVEMBER 21, 2000
  • Shippers slam STB's proposed rail merger rules
    Shippers, shipper groups and labor unions criticized the Surface Transportation Board's proposed rail-merger rules, calling for strengthening regulations to promote greater competition, while several railroads praised the board's efforts.
  • EU to ban trucks on highways during weekends
    The controversial rule would keep trucks off main European highways for a 24-hour period on weekends and imposes limits on truckers' working hours.
  • Incoterms 2000 - One Year Later
    A barrage of seminars got the word out but not everyone got the message.
  • Delays at Singapore force Maersk Sealand to seek alternatives
  • Deutsche Post stock rises in market debut
  • GE launches Global Rail Exchange e-marketplace
  • Russian port woos Tacoma business
  • Melbourne truckers protest high fuel prices
  • Amtrak 'bullet train' gets rave reviews
  • Netherlands approves privatization of Schiphol Airport
  • CP orders ships for South America
  • Turkey eyes home tanker fleet
  • Frankfurt Airport Group renamed Fraport

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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 21, 2000
  • AP Moller introduces SATI
  • Ship Propulsion Systems international conference
  • Railway sector stays on track
  • Stevedore Westerlund to Finnish paper round
  • China's air transport rising
  • Plane maker to float
  • Lynn Fritz back at the helm
  • SKF takes over Evox Rifa

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Cargowebweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2000
  • Huge problems with British rail infrastructure
  • Deutsche Post comes with expensive share
  • Court help for United against job actions
  • French/British strike at Eurotunnel
  • Majority ABX in Japanese forwarder

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 21, 2000
  • LNG shipping policy may restrict imports to Indian flags
  • Maersk adds New Mangalore Port to its global network-Commitment to India's progress reaffirmed
  • Call to promote organic cotton cultivation
  • Fieo organises one-to-one meeting with Tunisian trade team
  • Saudi oil ready for contingency
  • ACAAI meet to address e-logistics
  • 'Agro Tech 2000' fair from Dec. 1
  • Gem, jewellery exports up by 14 per cent
  • High transaction cost for exporters will be reviewed: Abdullah
  • Safeguard duty on GFO imports mooted
  • Coir peat items being exported to Australia
  • 10 cos respond to Haldia Dock tender
  • Vizag Port set to emerge as numero uno in cargo throughput
  • Sinha rules out further tax cuts
  • Rs 3,735 cr. sanctioned under TUF scheme
  • New textile policy will fetch Rs 3 lakh cr. forex: Rana
  • Govt framing strategy to curb cheap imports
  • Fast Track Scheme norms further simplified
  • Forex taken for business need not be stamped: RBI
  • Forex reserves dipped by $ 114 million to $ 34,737 million

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2000
  • Singapore market outlook: Keen competition keeps price rise in check
  • Rotterdam market outlook: Demand goes down as prices go up
  • Saudi Oil Minister: OPEC has not ruled out output increase
  • New company listing in Ireland
  • New supplier listing in Bulgaria
  • PPC opens new container terminal in Balboa
  • Calm Riyadh oil meeting fails to soothe prices
  • New bunker vessel for Sweden's Stena Oil
  • US crude stays above $35 as temperatures set to drop
  • Augusta price indications

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2000
  • Frontline fighting fit
  • Rosario bidding re-opens
  • Shippers' groups pressure OECD
  • Bonds for ships at MISC
  • Bergesen on the rise
  • SCI going strong
  • Crediting of points for Panama Canal
  • E-gistics Evolution
  • Bureau Veritas launches quality initiative
  • BNSF/Matson: new intermodal train service
  • CP Ships commissions five newbuildings for South America

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Marine Logweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2000
  • Gulfmark in seven vessel newbuild program
    GulfMark Offshore Inc., Houston, has signed a series of contracts with Aker Brattvaag of Norway to build four new supply vessels (PSVs) and three anchor handling tug supply vessels (AHTSs).
  • Hvide buys "hotshot boats"
    Hvide Marine Inc.last week announced an agreement to purchase two modern 152-foot crewboats from Crewboats, Inc.
  • Second coastal cruise ship named
    Just five months after the shipyard launch of Delta Queen Coastal Voyages' first vessel, the second ship in the new fleet was last week christened at Atlantic Marine, Inc.

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World Wide Shipperweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2000
  • Portland International Airport features new facilities in time for the holidays
  • FESCO signs vessel-sharing contract with Great Western Steamship
  • DEQ tests power transmission parts taken from old Columbia River landfill
  • U.S. railroad freight traffic drops during week ending November 11
  • Washington ports set meeting date for December 5th in Seattle

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Traffic Worldweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2000
  • EU To Probe Postal Deal
  • Samsung Signs UPS
  • British Fuel Protest Fizzles
  • FMCSA Goes Internet
  • FedEx Adds AF to LTL Group
  • C.R. England Adds Reefer Surcharge

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 21, 2000
  • London market backs reforms
    LONDON insurance interests have united to back a key package of reform measures, in a bid to keep the $20bn-plus market competitive with the US and Bermuda.
  • Ex-director faces Preussag lawsuit
    THE Preussag group has announced that it will take legal action against former board member Dr Hans-Joachim Selenz after he accused chief executive Michael Frenzel of attempted bribery in connection with the sale of Preussag's steel business in 1997.
  • Deutsche Post float makes shaky start
    EUROPE'S largest stock market flotation this year, a E6.6bn ($5.61bn) offering of Deutsche Post, made a shaky debut yesterday amid some disappointment about the higher-than-expected issue price.
  • Investment bank called in to advise MTC
    US tanker company Marine Transport Corp has acknowledged that it has called in investment banker ING Barings "to explore strategic alternatives and opportunities that may be available to the company to maximise shareholder value".
  • Dutch yards fear tax move
    UNCERTAINTY over the future of tax friendly shipping investment schemes in the Netherlands could threaten the propspects of the Dutch shipbuilding market.
  • Erika clean-up marred by political and media meddling says ITOPF
    CLEAN-UP operations after the Erika oil spill last December showed that almost nothing had been learned from previous tanker disasters, according to an industry expert.
  • Titan builds the first portable sheerlegs
    FLORIDA based marine salvage company Titan Maritime LLC has announced the construction of the world's first fully portable sheerleg crane. Designed to be dismantled into easily transportable sections, the innovative 'heavylift salvage tool' comprises two 1,000 tonne capacity sheerlegs, with deck tackle with the same capability. Working in tandem the two cranes, combined with Titan's linear chain pullers, will be capable of lifting up to 4,000 tonnes.
  • FEFC caution on Cosco membership
    COSCO'S renewed interest in joining the Far Eastern Freight Conference has caused concern in the membership.

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Fairplayweb site
NOVEMBER 20, 2000
  • Miami port lifts performance
  • Probe follows Cebu 'irregularities
  • Montreal drivers go back to work
  • AON aquires stake in Ferrari
  • MSC backs Naples expansion plan
  • All ships to carry 'black boxes'
  • Severe weather closes Richards Bay
  • Argos admits defeat
  • Yards call for 'reasonable return'
  • Rate explosion by IRA
  • SCI plans Far East box service
  • Germany lifts yard subsidies
  • Last ditch bid to save Thai line
  • MPA withholds casualty report
  • Cammell takes over at Bahamas yard
  • XL owners criticised

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
NOVEMBER 18, 2000
  • “B-Cargo doit redevenir le meilleur fournisseur de services ferroviaires dans son hinterland”
    Un peu plus de deux semaines après son arrivée à la tête de B-Cargo, le département fret de la SNCB, Albert Counet (55) sait déjà très bien ce qu’il compte y faire au cours des prochaines années: mettre le client au centre des préoccupations de l’ensemble de ses collaborateurs et faire de B-Cargo le meilleur fournisseur de services ferroviaires dans son hinterland.
  • Electrabel centralise ses pièces détachées à Lokeren
    Hier soir, Electrabel a inauguré sont centre de distribution flambant neuf dans le zoning industriel de Lokeren. Avec ce centre, l’entreprise redessine non seulement l’ensemble des flux de marchandises mais repense en outre le processus logistique, la logistique d’achat comprise. Ce procéssus a été baptisé ALVL : assistance logistique vers l’avenir. Ce nouveau concept logistique sera mis en oeuvre dès la mi-2001, lorsque les composants des quatre magasins principaux seront transférés vers le centre de distribution central et que les 150 points de collecte seront opérationnels.
  • HesseNoord Natie: Eurogate veut la majorité
    Un des six candidats à une prise de participation dans la future entité fusionnée Hessenatie/Noord Natie, le groupe allemand Eurogate, qui a déjà acquis une certaine dimension européenne en s’engageant également dans le Sud de l’Europe, vient de laisser entendre par l’entremise de son porte-parole Hans-Joachim Weil qu’il entend bien acquérir une position majoritaire dans cette nouvelle entité.
  • Vatinel-Anvers s’implique dans le suivi de la chaîne logistique
    “Les taux de fret ayant sensiblement augmenté sur la liaison westbound d’Asie vers l’Europe, nos clients réceptionnaires ont commencé à s’adresser à des pays de l’Est pour des produits de substitution, comme de petits meubles par exemple. Si les taux devaient encore augmenter sensiblement, ce mouvement pourrait prendre de plus grandes proportions.” Jean-Claude Ranson, directeur de l’entreprise maritime et de transport anversoise Vatinel s.a., avait déjà évoqué cette perspective à la fin de l’année dernière. Elle a apparemment connu un début de concrétisation. C’est une des raisons pour lesquelles Vatinel s’implante progressivement dans les pays de l’Est.

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Marine Linkweb site
NOVEMBER 21, 2000
Maritime Contract News
  • BP Amoco Awards Offshore Contracts
  • CP Ships Continues New Ship Spending Spree
Breaking News
  • Insurance Market To Back Reform
  • Banking Sector Feels The Effects Of Consolidation
  • SS&Y Indices Drop
  • Ship Pollution Takes Center Stage In Europe
  • Grain Trading Is Quiet
  • Bulker Under Tow
  • Abidjan Port Head Axed
  • Iraq

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 21, 2000
  • Cosco in Singapore shake-up
    Cosco's operation in the Lion Republic has seen a number of management changes.
  • ShipServ quits San Francisco
    The e-commerce company is leaving its headquarters on the US west coast and has bolstered its management team.
  • Manitowoc completes Marinette acquisition
    Ownership of one of the largest shipyards on the US Great Lakes has changed hands for $48m.
  • VLCCs cross next Worldscale high
    A charterer is reported to have booked tonnage at over the WS 200 ceiling, with others expected to follow.
  • CP Ships contracts more boxships
    Containership giant CP Ships has reached the halfway mark in its retonnaging efforts.
  • GulfMark boosts newbuilding list
    Houston-based GulfMark Offshore has ordered seven ships from Aker Brattvaag in Norway.
  • Price of Western Bulk peace confirmed
    Belships chief Sverre Jorgen Tidemand, says four ships and $12m is the cost of resolving legal battle.
  • Western Bulk to be broken up
    A divorce between the feuding families that control Western Bulk Shipping could lead to the fleet being split in two.
  • Hai Sun Hup readies for shipping spin off
    Singapore shipowner Hai Sun Hup says its restructuring will take place this week.
  • IHI returns to profit
    Japan's Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries has been boosted in the first half by increased ship orders.

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