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Shipping Timesweb site
MARCH 24, 2000
Shipping News
  • Asia's premier maritime event to focus on IT
    IT Pavilion will include dot.com companies besides other products
  • New India chemical port to start operations in June
  • Los Angeles port sets record cargo volume
  • Odiel buys CTE
Air and Land Transport
  • Japan considers more int'l flights from Haneda
    Move will shorten door-to-door travel time by as much as an hour for some passengers
  • European air controllers discuss delays
  • UPS chairman's pay up 39% to US$1.52m
  • Boeing confident B747 will remain dominant jumbo jet in next 20 years
  • Lufthansa filled fewer seats in Feb
Features
  • Controversial issues in focus
    David Hughes previews this important maritime event
  • All parties must live up to their 'names'
  • Experts tackle thorny issues
Columns
  • Court has jurisdiction to hear vessel ownership dispute

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 24, 2000
  • CO2 detectors installed to prevent human smuggling
  • No mergers for US railroads
  • SCI views box transportation
  • Talks with various other carriers are pending
  • Logistics and manufacturing forums held in Singapore
  • Eagle offers Myanmar link
  • No tax please - we're Russian
  • New service for Maersk Sealand
  • New manager at Dragonair
  • FedEx enhances website
  • United States air freight market to double: FAA
  • Eastern Chinese airport expansion planned

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Cargowebweb site
MARCH 23, 2000
  • Transport markets 'relieved' following decreasing oil prices
  • Roadway responsible for theft of Oscars
  • European agreement on working time for airline pilots
  • Commission speeds up support for Gaza cargo hub

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 23, 2000
  • South Europe market report
  • North Europe market report
  • Africa market report
  • Middle East market report
  • Singapore: avails tighter as new production figures down
  • Asian market sees heavy falls in the week

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 23, 2000
  • Here comes EurOPA
    The European Commission has announced a slew of proposals intended to prevent further pollution disasters on European coastlines.
  • A longer, larger Destiny
    Carnival Corporation has signed a letter of intent with Italiy's Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani S.p.A. for the construction of a new 110,000-grt vessel for its Carnival Cruise Lines unit. The 2,974-passenger. 952 ft vessel, a longer and larger version of Carnival's successful "Destiny-class," will cost approximately $500 million and is expected to enter service in 2004.

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Il Sole 24 Ore On Lineweb site
MARCH 24, 2000
  • Inquinamento
    La Commissione europea propone la nuova normativa per la prevenzione dei disastri ambientali
    Maree nere, la crociata Ue
    Al bando gran parte delle navi di età superiore ai 15 anni e tutte le petroliere senza doppio scafo

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 24, 2000
  • Arbitrary age limit on tankers rapped
    THE backlash against the European Commission's proposals for an accelerated phasing-out of single-hull tanker gathered force yesterday.
  • Harland and Wolff hopes rise
    BELEAGUERED Belfast shipyard Harland and Wolff may yet avoid the closure which looked likely when it failed to land the order for Cunard's prestigious Queen Mary 2.
  • Jacobs profits slump
    JACOBS Holdings is predicting an "exciting" year for its shipping division after producing group full-year results in line with its recently reduced forecast, writes Tony Gray.
  • Carnival rally and asset sale lifts P&O
    P&O's London listed share rose by 2.8% yesterday, fuelled by the recovery in Miami-based cruise sector leader Carnival and the news of more property disposals.
  • Germans go on Far East offensive
    THE powerful German metalworkers' union IG Metall has called for a central maritime co-ordinator for shipbuilding to rationalise the sector's defence against Far Eastern competition.
  • Cenargo in talks for new ro-paxes
    MICHAEL Hendry's Cenargo International is in negotiations with Astilleros Espanoles over orders for two additional ro-pax ferries.
  • Carriers backed in battle for immunity
    LINER conference carriers, battling to retain their anti-trust immunity in Washington yesterday, have received succour from the European Commission and the US Federal Maritime Commission.
  • MSAS expands in Europe and US
    FOLLOWING last month's news of a '2.75bn ($4.36bn) merger with NFC, UK-based Ocean Group has announced several new European and US contracts for its logistics subsidiary, MSAS Global Logistics.

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 24, 2000
Home
  • Hyde antitrust reform bill gains little ground
  • Shippers criticize rate increases
  • MOL names new president, chairman
  • Fesco rolls out new Asia-U.S. service
  • Customs Coalition calls on Treasury to reopen ACE bid office
  • Sea Containers results hit in '99
  • FedEx posts 45% gain in 3Q
  • Consumer products makers form Web logistics exchange
Transportation
  • Income up 45% despite rising fuel costs
  • Companies plan IT freight project
  • Feasibility study done on Singapore rail link
  • Stewart Airport to privatize, owner to seek cargo freight
Maritime
  • Hutchison plans China expansion
  • Port operator makes Singapore hum
  • 10 ships ordered for P&O Nedlloyd
  • Hapag-Lloyd orders four 7,200-TEU ships
  • Zim shifts activities from London to Haifa
  • Ocean carriers to book online

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 24, 2000
  • Spawning of a super pool
    A NEW CAPESIZE POOL involving some of the biggest names in shipping - Bocimar, AP Moller and Overseas Shipholding - is currently in the making. The companies, which are already partners in the Tankers International VLCC pool, are involved in negotiations.
  • The web site war is on
  • Union aims cruise guns Read all:
  • Erika sister gets torch
  • Britannia's new Allianz
  • The coal menace
  • Banks ready loan attack
  • Casualties
  • Detentions

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