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Shipping Timesweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2000
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  • Jamaica ship registry aims for world stage
    [SINGAPORE] The 150 year-old Jamaican domestic ship registry has gone international with the aim of being a premier international registry following changes to Jamaica's shipping legislation.
  • Hyundai wins Korean submarine deal
  • Neptune Dorado back in Frisco
  • S African ship stranded off Malaysian coast
Air and Land Transport
  • Higher fares boost ANA interim profit to S$509m
    [TOKYO] All Nippon Airways Co, Japan's largest domestic carrier, posted a first-half profit as rising demand and higher fares offset more costly fuel. The airline also raised its full-year profit forecast.
  • JAL interim profit hits 42b yen
  • Cathay Pacific pilots gainslight edge in tiff with bosses
  • China Southern, Xinjiang Air tie-up
  • Transrapid, Chinese to talk price
  • Air Canada plans China alliance
  • EU wants own global positioning system
Features
  • Fighting to secure a future

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Sched Netweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2000
  • OOIL transaction
  • K Line does the shuffle
  • Asia2B appoints new VP
  • MAS-Northwest antitrust
  • Delta appoints e-biz execs
  • Airport project in the wings
  • New HQ for FedEx

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Cargowebweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2000
  • Agreement at ECT Rotterdam
  • Higher rates in westbound Mediterranean
  • Maersk Sealand no longer to Rotterdam
  • KLM with low-cost carrier; Iberia might buy BA's carrier
  • Geodis sells port activities
  • UPS rights for China flights
  • P&O Ports rejoins the TT Club
  • FedEx teams With NextLinx in webtools

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Exim Indiaweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2000
  • Sumitomo to buy ship scrap from PSEL
  • Rubber Board involves RPS in procurement drive
  • Hike in khadi units' investment limit under study
  • Nafed seeks extension of onion export deadline
  • 'Samman' scheme for importers, exporters in Chennai
  • Tyre dealers body denies surge in Chinese tyre imports
  • Vast market in US for quality rubber products remains untapped
  • India, 11 African nations to set up task force
  • Philippines, Iran keen on buying Indian wheat
  • Petronet eases force majeure terms for bidders
  • Infrastructure sector posts 7.9 per cent growth in April-October
  • Apparel export body ties up with DHL Worldwide Express
  • Ministry slashes EMA scheme by 50 per cent
  • e-revolution has changed price structures in market, says VSNL Director
  • Software industry projected to earn $ 13 bn in revenues
  • VPT, NHAI join hands in road project
  • MNCs find India ideal source for raw drug material

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2000
  • Baltic bunker market report
  • NWE: Resonable activity in the Great Belt
  • African East Coast: Limited avails in Maputo
  • West Africa: good avails
  • South African market report
  • ARA: Demand picks up in balanced market
  • Mixed demand in Piraeus
  • Sluggish demand in Istanbul
  • Gibraltar: Short term congestion for some suppliers
  • Uncertain trend in the Italian bunker market
  • Brazil bunker prices
  • Singapore bunker spot prices below cargo amid keen competition
  • Suez: Confused avails situation
  • Fujairah: Rollercoaster week
  • Korea: Good avails and competitive prices
  • Fuel oil down by $6 in Hong Kong
  • Japan market slow this week
  • Far Eastern bunker market snapshots
  • Bureau Veritas tanker safety initiative
  • New weekly global averages

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International Transport Journalweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2000
  • Logista results
  • Ochoa: new facility opens in Alicante
  • Big names in the «Zona Franca»
  • EU supports Catalonian ports
  • Expansion plans on the Canaries
  • Transfesa seeks better connections
  • Genoa's «Distripark» almost finished
  • Growth in Salerno
  • Packaging in Palermo
  • Privatization: Alitalia lags behind
  • Moore Stephens appointed first CMI auditor

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The East Africanweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2000
  • Nakuru-Kisumu Rail Link Being Converted
  • Refurbished Dar Port in Improved Business
  • IMO Raises Liability for Oil Pollution to $115m
  • Shipping Union Calls For Action on Attacks at Sea
  • Tough New Rules For Uganda Clearing Agents

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Il Sole 24 Ore On Lineweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2000
  • Trieste affida a Capodistria la gestione del Molo VII e avvia la nuova tornata di privatizzazioni dei terminal container
    Porti ai privati, parte la fase 2
    Contship Italia in pole position per la Darsena toscana di Livorno e per le infrastrutture di Ravenna
  • Napoli, un approdo turistico al posto della banchina militare
  • Il gruppo Usa è socio al 50%
    Alleanza strategica Aon-Pl Ferrari nelle assicurazioni
  • Catania diventa il «terminale Sud» del Piano teleporto
  • In servizio dal 2003 navi da 10mila teu
  • Taranto rinnova (ma riduce) la concessione a Riva

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Lloyd's Listweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2000
  • Western Bulk feud settled out of court
    A CLASSIC Norwegian shipping feud has been resolved out of court, with Oslo-listed Western Bulk Shipping cannibalised in the process.
  • P&O seeks to delay cruiseship option
    P&O Princess Cruises is seeking to delay an option for an 86,000 gt cruiseship at Chantiers de l'Atlantique because of short-term market prospects.
  • Osprey takeover triggered
    JOHN Fredriksen's World Shipholding has swooped to take another S$80.1m (US$46m) stake in Osprey Maritime, triggering a mandatory takeover bid for the Singapore-listed tanker operator.
  • Negros cost cuts reduce losses
    LISTED Negros Navigation reported that it was able to trim losses from Peso624m ($12.7m) during the first nine months of 1999 to Peso385m during the same period this year, writes Alec Almazan, Manila.
  • 'Abysmal' vessel has certificates revoked
    BUREAU Veritas underlined its determination to get tough on substandard vessels yesterday, when it instantly withdrew all certificates from a Panamanian-flag general cargoship detained in Southampton after she was branded "abysmal" by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.
  • Bureau Veritas in rules update
    BUREAU Veritas is to introduce new class rules that will incorporate all tanker safety initiatives currently under discussion by the EU and the International Maritime Organisation, according to a statement from the French classification society, writes David Osler.
  • IMO 'white list' nearly ready for publication
    PUBLICATION of the long-awaited "white list" of countries deemed to be complying with the revised Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping Convention (STCW 95) appears imminent.
  • New German containership Hansa Liberty
    New German containership Hansa Liberty has been chartered to China Shipping and renamed the CSCL Yantian.

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Fairplayweb site
NOVEMBER 23, 2000
  • MCA detains 'abysmal' reefer
  • Fredriksen to make offer for Osprey
  • German protest reaches Lloyd Werft
  • Pearl River oil barge salvaged
  • Ferry tender up for review
  • Cook rate surge angers business
  • Bridgetown 'must go full-time'
  • China wins Philippine coal contract
  • HSH floats out shipping operations
  • Seamen rally against Estrada
  • Sleipner board told to go
  • Fremantle complex signed up
  • A&P finalises Siren take-over
  • Spliethoff buys Mammoet Shipping
  • Piraeus contract probe ordered
  • MISC and officers charged
  • Canadian rail rates rise
  • Victory for 'cruises-to-nowhere'
  • Fredriksen 'will bid for Osprey'
  • Fredriksen 'must' bid for Osprey

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
NOVEMBER 24, 2000
  • Forte hausse du trafic roro à Ostende
    Grâce à la reprise du trafic maritime au Royaume-Uni, le trafic roro du port d’Ostende a affiché une croissance de 78% au cours des neuf premiers mois de l’année, alors que les vracs ont progressé de 20%. Seuls les flux de passagers chutent légèrement.
  • Les armateurs néerlandais s’inquiètent du manque d’équipages
    Lors de l’assemblée générale des membres de l’Association royale des armateurs néerlandais (KNVR) qui s’est tenue à Rotterdam, d’aucuns ont fait part de leur profonde inquiétude quant au manque de navigants maritimes et aux différents régimes d’imposition pour la navigation maritime en Europe. Cette rencontre a également semblé être une plate-forme pour annoncer des reprises. Ainsi, le président-directeur de l’armement Spliethoff, Gerard Bos, a annoncé la reprise de Mammoet Shipping. “Vu notre participation de 100% dans Mammoet Shipping, nous allons bientôt changer le nom en BigLift Shipping”, a déclaré Bos, qui a surpris l’audience. Le directeur du Scheepvaart en Transport College, Erik Hietbrink, a fait de même. Ce dernier prévoit pouvoir reprendre entièrement dans les dix jours le centre de simulation MarineSafety Rotterdam, dans le but de consolider l’enseignement actuel et les facilités de formation pour la navigation maritime.
  • Liège: des candidats pour la voie d’eau, mais...
    La récente rencontre Anvers-Liège est évidemment l’occasion pour les spécialistes du transport des deux régions de nouer des contacts et d’échanger des idées. De cette rencontre, il ressort que la voie d’eau, ce mode de transport que l’on veut promouvoir à juste titre, a à sa portée un potentiel de fret inexploité, situation qui pourrait cependant être corrigée.

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TradeWindsweb site
NOVEMBER 24, 2000
  • NYK backs heavylift airship venture
    The world's largest shipping company backs venture in bid to develop door-to-door heavylift logistics chain.
  • Tanker king moves into LNG
    Fredriksen is not talking but the Osprey deal says he is going for gas.
  • Operators eye Osprey's product tankers
    Shipowners are already jostling for position in anticipation of the carve up of Osprey's product tanker fleet.
  • Grinavi borrows for newbuilding
    Italian cruise-ferry operator Grandi Navi Veloci has secured $89m to help fund its new vessel.
  • "Abysmal" cargoship detained
    The UK port state authorities are detaining the Greek controlled ship Christos 1 following discovery of numerous deficiencies.
  • BigLift facelift for Mammoet
    Netherlands shipowner Spliethoff has taken over Mammoet Shipping, and will rename it BigLift next year.
  • Bergesen fixes LNG newbuilding
    Norwegian shipowner Bergesen has secured firm employment for its LNG newbuilding and is bullish about a second vessel.
  • Odfjell sees rate rise
    Chemical tanker player Odfjell is upbeat about the chemical tanker sector in 2001.
  • MISC takes on reef clean-up
    The shipowner is paying an Australian ecological company to tackle damage to a reef caused by one of its ships.
  • BLT plans rights offer
    Indonesia's Berlian Laju Tanker is raising cash to pay off debts but is still planning to splash out on additional tonnage.

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