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Shipping Timesweb site
MARCH 22, 2000
Shipping News
  • Shareholders file lawsuit against Carnival Corp
    It issued misleading statements to inflate share price, suit alleges
  • Multi-modal e-fulfillment portal launched
Air and Land Transport
  • Korean Air's Guam crash: carrier to face more lawsuits
    Families of 94 victims want to renegotiate US$240,000 settlement that they each receive
  • KLM's cost-cutting plan meets scepticism
  • US Air-flight attendants talks at stalemate
Features
  • A cool lady in the hot seat
    Georgette Lalis, the top EC official dealing with maritime matters, is one of the most powerful women in shipping
Columns
  • Ironies of Intertanko members' departures

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 22, 2000
  • Korean boxes booming
  • Fast trains for new line
  • Federal Maritime Commission rule brings dual function
  • New India-US service launched
  • SFO wins Honduran concession
  • Schneider pioneer in freight payment service
  • EVA Airways looks to cargo for future expansion
  • Northwest Airlines Cargo blames rising fuel costs

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Cargowebweb site
MARCH 21, 2000
  • DaimlerChrysler-Mitsubishi Deal Seen Near
  • UAE Oil Minister to Meet With Richardson
  • Tobacco Ruling Forces End to Retailer Checks
  • U.S.-Japan Telecom Talks Run Into Trouble
  • Wall Street Gains Cheer Early Asia Trade

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 22, 2000
  • Exports promise to be higher by 15 pc in current fiscal
  • NSICT Board reconstituted
  • Textile, clothing exports to EU may go up
  • Home furnishings to be focus of handloom export policy
  • CP completes acquisition of TMM Group's shareholding in Americana Ships
  • TPT observes Safety Week
  • L&T-led consortium bags order to revamp Esso's refinery unit in UK
  • SAIL adopts new export strategies
  • Forex reserves up by $ 527 m
  • Indian Basmati tickles Europe's tastebuds
  • Canadian majors in India scouting partnership in power sector
  • ATF price decontrol awaits Cabinet clearance
  • Textiles export target may be raised by 20 per cent
  • NIE quota allotment only by year-end
  • Move initiated to prune replantations subsidy
  • Hedging in forex exposure allowed to all
  • OOCL extends transpacific service to Xiamen
  • Pipavav power project norm in for change
  • JNPT hosts Major Ports table tennis & bridge tournaments

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 21, 2000
  • Crude market waiting for firm signs of OPEC intentions
  • New Technical Manager for ExxonMobil
  • World crude down again
  • Exxon punitive damages verdict stands
  • Singapore and South Korea market news

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The East Africanweb site
MARCH 22, 2000
  • Bogus Clearing Agents 'Have Nowhere to Hide'
  • 'Victoria' Now Targets EA Tourists
  • Crew of 'Johana' Await Sale of Ship to be Paid
  • Tanzania Seeking Ship Inspection Services
  • Fear of Cargo Pile-Up in Mombasa Over Delays by URA

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 22, 2000
  • Ugland sets out Swan deadline
    UGLAND International would urge the liquidation of Norway's Swan Reefer at the next anticipated market upturn in two to three years, unless Swan succeeds in its market consolidation effort this year.
  • RFA Gold Rover
    A second Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessel, RFA Gold Rover, has begun a 68-day drydocking at the A&P Falmouth shipyard in southwest England. RFA Oakleaf, the largest vessel in the RFA fleet, is halfway through her two-month refit at the Falmouth yard. The Rover class of small fleet tankers is designed to replenish warships at sea with fuel, stores and water. During her career Gold Rover has accompanied HMY Britannia on a royal tour and acted as a tanker for Flag Officer Sea Training.
  • Jones offers owners one stop shop
    LEADING Lloyd's fixed premium facility J L Jones & Others is preparing to offer "one stop shop" coverage for shipowners' insurance.
  • Austrian finance minister Karl-Heinz Grasser
    Austrian finance minister Karl-Heinz Grasser of the far-right Austrian Freedom party stands next to conservative chancellor Wolfgang Sch'ssel as he delivers his first budget speech to parliament. At 31, Grasser, who took over the finance portfolio in February as a member of the centre-right coalition government, is Austria's youngest ever finance minister.
  • French quiz IMO Erika response
    FRENCH shipowners have warned that the IMO risks "break up or implosion" because of its inability to provide an effective response to disasters like that caused by the break up of the Erika.
  • Derailed train in southeastern France
    A French fireman wearing protective clothing stands near a derailed train in southeastern France. The train, which included tank containers of hydrochloric and nitric acid, was derailed between Montrond and Saint-Galmier near Saint-Etienne early yesterday morning. A spokesman for local government confirmed that toxic fumes were escaping from one of the three nitric acid containers and that the road running close to the railway would remain closed for at least two days.
  • Frontline back on the acquisition trail
    LEADING Norwegian tanker operator Frontline "will complete at least one major merger or acquisition this year," according to company managing director Tor Olav Troim.
  • Net break for smaller forwarding players
    ROB Quartel, the former US Federal Maritime Commissioner and advocate of genuinely free shipping markets, is launching an internet service designed to ensure small and medium-sized freight forwarders are not squeezed out of business.

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 22, 2000
Home
  • Canada to unveil its version of OSRA
  • Customs Dept. implements interim technology
  • Plan to resurrect shipbuilding in New York
  • Trailer Bridge turns in better fourth quarter performance
  • Banks, trading companies launch B2B exchange for commodities
  • BASF to buy herbicide division of American Home Products
  • Bombardier wins $818 million deal from Spain's Air Nostrum
  • Transportal Network and Logistics.com in strategic alliance
Transportation
  • Can the BNSF-CN deal survive delay?
  • DOT Internet sites to accept applications, payments of fines
  • Northwest Airlines Cargo to increase fuel surcharge
  • 2 Roadway employees charged in Oscar theft
Maritime
  • FMC chief defends handling of rate case
  • New orders come too late for some shipyards
  • Dredging contract awarded by Port Authority of New York/New Jersey

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
MARCH 21, 2000
  • Le rail est dans l'incapacité de récupérer du trafic routier transalpin
    Si tout va bien, la réouverture du tunnel routier du Mont Blanc interviendra dans le courant du deuxième semestre de 2001, ceci à cause de l'exigence d'une procédure de reconstitution de l'accident. A cela s'ajoute une forte opposition des populations environnantes à toute réouverture au trafic aux camions. Cette nouvelle communiquée lors d'une des conférences de la SITL est en opposition avec l'insistance dont font preuve les ministres des transports français et italien pour une réouverture rapide du tunnel, ceci pour des raisons économiques.
  • Escaut-Rhin: l'avenir des ports maritimes passe par les plates-formes d'hinterland
    Les complexes portuaires dans le delta Escaut-Rhin doivent à différents niveaux faire face à une hausse de la concurrence, mais en revanche les relations réciproques et les liens avec d'autres ports et centres multimodaux situés dans l'hinterland se renforcent davantage. La relation avec Duisbourg, qui fonctionne comme centre de distribution pour le vaste hinterland de la Rhénanie-Westphalie, représente un exemple-type. Cela a été démontré la semaine dernière par le Dr. Theo Notteboom, professeur à l'Université d'Anvers et l'Institute of Transport and Maritime Management Antwerp (ITMMA), qui a donné un exposé à ce sujet lors du Logistics Forum Duisbourg.
  • La joint-venture entre LCAG et DHL commence à prendre forme
    Le président du groupe Lufthansa, Jürgen Weber, a confirmé que le groupe est en discussions avec DHL et Deutsche Post au sujet du lancement d'une joint-venture entre Lufthansa Cargo (LCAG) et DHL. LCAG ne serait pas très intéressée. Selon W. Althen, ancien président de LCAG, une véritable fusion est impossible.
  • New York/New Jersey joue la carte de la diversification géographique
    Le port de New York/New Jersey a enregistré l'an dernier un trafic containérisé de 2,025 millions de TEU chargés, chiffre en hausse de 7,9% par rapport au résultat de 1998, qui avait été de 1,877 mio. de TEU. C'est la première fois que le grand port de la côte orientale des Etats-Unis franchi la barre des deux millions de TEU. Il renforce ainsi sa position vis-à-vis de ses concurrents directs. Autre fait marquant de l'exercice écoulé: l'importance accrue de régions comme l'Asie, l'Amérique latine et le Moyen-Orient, qui permet de diversifier l'activité, traditionnellement très axée sur les échanges avec l'Europe du Nord.

Vincenzo Miele



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