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Shipping Timesweb site
MARCH 23, 2000
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  • World box volume to rise 10%: P&O Nedlloyd
    Anglo-Dutch carrier expects its growth this year to be higher than world trade growth of 8.5%
  • Kvaerner sells stake in Russian shipyard
  • Safety tightened on Dalian Yantai route
  • P&O Nedlloyd imposes truck fuel charge
Air and Land Transport
  • Boeing stands by financial forecasts despite strike
    It still expects revenues of US$50b this year in spite of losing US$8b
  • EVA Air puts greater focus on cargo
  • Air France, Aeroflot deepen partnership
  • TWA crash probe: witness reports of little use
  • Alaska Airlines starts own probe of its operations
  • Cut cable forces Northwest to cancel flights
  • Box traffic leads comeback
    Indicators are good for expansion of flows, with eastbound volume estimated to rise 8% this year
  • Cruise ship builders could face problems

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 23, 2000
  • Intermarine revises surcharges
  • Orient Overseas recoups losses
  • Around the Port
  • Dole line bears fruit
  • GAC expands offerings
  • PSA nominated for award
  • Jet fuel prices sky high
  • Asian airlines at loggerheads
  • Qantas stands defiant on Virgin competition
  • Irish exporters support government decision
  • Early spring for Cathay

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Cargowebweb site
MARCH 22, 2000
  • Oil companies and banks in online trading place
  • Logistic companies demand flexible remuneration
  • Transport sector defrauds for millions
  • Reorganisation Danzas with customer groups
  • contract with Emery Worldwide

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 23, 2000
  • Sequel to changing global shipping scenario - SCI to restructure liner business
  • SIL route may stay open for select exporters
  • P&O Nedlloyd doubles profit
  • Poland beckons Indian investors
  • PC shipments log 60 pc growth in value
  • Tax exemption on default interest of ECBs withdrawn
  • Farm sector has edge in post-WTO order, says Prabhu
  • Re-rollers, long steel makers may hike prices too
  • Crude steel output up 12.5 pc
  • US may restore GSP status for Indian agrochem, pharma exports
  • Coffee growers seek retention scheme
  • Edible oil imports up
  • Venture capital funding limit may be removed
  • Hotel industry makes out case for export sops
  • SSIs registered before Dec. '99 to retain status
  • Lanka may buy Indian rice
  • CII to open office in Dhaka soon
  • Merchant Shipping, Port Trusts Acts amendments on anvil
  • Major Ports lend Paradip Port a helping hand
  • Apex chambers hail Indo-US Vision Statement
  • India, US agree to set up S&T Forum
  • Indo-US pact on lower tariffs

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 22, 2000
  • Indonesia Agrees to OPEC raise of 1 million barrels a day
  • Analysts confident that OPEC will increase ouput
  • More crude found in the Caspian Sea
  • launches three times daily bunker SWAP price service
  • Financial Institutions and Oil companies create B2B exchange for oil and precious metals
  • Crude up following Monday's losses
  • Substantial falls in posted prices for Jeddah and Dammam

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Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weeklyweb site
MARCH 23, 2000
  • New partners join SafBank
  • Rohlig Grindrod is born
  • 'Outlook is positive'
  • Portnet demands whopping deposit from 'floating nightmare'
  • Safmarine weighs fleet renewal options
  • Industry rallies to Mozambique's support
  • Price or peace of mind is the deal for shippers
  • Shock report finds truckers unfit to drive
  • Thoresson takes over Renfreight Circle marketing
  • Union Transport enters integrator market
  • Near naked captain found on arrested Russian ship
  • New tugs prepare for next generation ships
  • Safmarine sparkles
  • Wharf Rat's Diary
  • Coega partners will be revealed next month
  • Keeping up the barriers
  • Merger creates Maersk Logistics
  • Portnet packs a sponsorship punch
  • Scrapped Waterfront plans make way for PE fish exports
  • Portnet demands whopping deposit from 'floating nightmare'

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 23, 2000
  • Korea poised for $1bn ship orders
    SOUTH Korean shipbuilders have or are close to cementing contracts for almost $1bn worth of newbuilding orders, it emerged yesterday.
  • Fincantieri in $600m Carnival cruise deal
    CARNIVAL has signed a letter of intent with Fincantieri for the construction of a 110,000 gt cruise vessel, plus the extension of two vessels already ordered from the Italian shipbuilder in a contract reportedly worth $600m.
  • BG demerger welcomed
    The stock market yesterday rewarded BG Group's decision to demerge its UK domestic regulated gas pipelines business from the international energy operations with a 10% increase in the company's share price.
  • Moody's reduces Phillips Petroleum debt rating
    MOODY'S Investors Service yesterday cut by two notches its senior unsecured debt rating of Phillips Petroleum, the No 6 US oil company.
  • Brussels safety steps 'unworkable'
    THE European Commission has announced' "radical" measures on the safety of the seaborne oil trade, attracting criticism from tanker owners that they are unworkable.
  • Tonnage tax take-up may top 75%
    THE British government expects around 75% of the country's shipping companies to take up the new tonnage-based system of taxation when it is finalised, a senior official said yesterday.
  • Maersk positions itself for UK ro-ro orders
    THE Maersk Company is pinning its hopes on a long working relationship with Britain's Ministry of Defence to capture a lucrative contract that may have become entangled in politics.
  • Demonstration
    About 100 people demonstrated yesterday outside the Louvre in Paris where shareholders of the TotalFina oil group met to approve the merger with Elf Aquitaine, writes Andrew Spurrier, Paris. The protesters, drawn from organisations, including France's Greens party, Greenpeace and radical farmers' organisation, Confederation Paysanne, hit at the "irresponsible attitude" of TotalFina towards the Erika disaster. They draped the Louvre pyramid in black plastic and called on TotalFina to have a "more responsible and durable" approach.

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 23, 2000
  • US, Canada to study deepening of waterway
  • Customs seeks new method to deal with import entries
  • Roadway will pay for Oscars theft
  • Backers, opponents square off at anti-trust hearings
  • Wabtec, Qualcomm team to market rail satellite system
  • Wisconsin Central anounces stock repurchase
  • Trailer Bridge turns in better fourth quarter performance
  • Australia's Telstra buys Insurance Network
  • Forwarders prepare for US Airways shutdown
  • Moscow seeks buyers for used rail equipment
  • Airlines, shippers again oppose levy by EU
  • Ports seek non-bulk business
  • Industry sounds off on antitrust issue
  • NY-NJ port proposes site for shipbuilding
  • EU Commission wants to ban single-hull tankers from ports

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Marine Linkweb site
MARCH 22, 2000
Maritime Contract News
  • Transocean Sedco Forex Gets BP Amoco Contract
Breaking News
  • U.S. Continues To Pressure OPEC
  • EU Proposes Tight Shipping Law To Prevent Future Oil Spills
  • S&P Revises American Commercial Lines Outlook
  • Carnival Signs Letter Of Intent With Fincantieri
  • Oilfield Stocks Take A Hit As Crude Dips Below $30
  • NOL Shares Surge, 1999 Results Seen Strong
  • Kvaerner Sells Fabrication Yard, Changes North Sea Strategy

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