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28 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 04:05 GMT+2

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Shipping Timesweb site
MARCH 31, 2000
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  • PSA targets 2m boxes at PPT this year
    New terminal given challenge of handling a million TEUs per berth a year
  • All prepared for the future
  • APL introduces wireless way of tracking shipments
  • Five missing in ship collision off Sweden
  • Rubport 100 Japanese orders fall
Air and Land Transport
  • European airlines may get some relief from lower oil prices
    Opec is boosting output, which may mean savings of up to US$30m annually for every airline
  • Guangzhou to build new US$2.3b airport
  • Bangkok Airways opens two new routes to Cambodia
  • Air France orders eight A330 planes
  • Bombardier gets US$2b order from Delta Air
  • Spirit Air sues Northwest for predatory pricing
  • When a party loses its right to challenge arbitration award

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 31, 2000
  • NOL's reversal of fortune
  • Cosco prepares for WTO
  • Evergreen growing
  • US Customs to combine Racine and Milwaukee ports
  • Singapore best seaport in Asia
  • China Xinjiang Airlines orders three Boeing 757s
  • Dog-fight down under
  • Haneda poses threat to Narita

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Cargowebweb site
MARCH 30, 2000
  • UPS lobby against American and Delta China proposals
  • Joint venture between De Belgische Post and ABX
  • Joint venture KLM maintenance and Pratt & Whitney
  • Swisscargo to extend express service to 'hard-freight'
  • Trans-pacific carriers set rate hikes

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 31, 2000
  • Hoegh's liner service changes name to Hoegh Oldendorff Indotrans Ltd
  • Dr Jacob Thomas new Chairman of CoPT
  • Commerce Ministry plans 5 per cent import duty under EPCG scheme
  • New Wholesale Price Index series soon
  • ETTI begins fresh batches in April
  • More liberalisation in textiles sector in offing
  • IICL Inspectors' Exams in November
  • Pepper emerges top spices export earner
  • Futures trading in palmolein
  • India, Singapore may sign MoU on IT task force
  • Russia seeks more discounts for Indian tea
  • Final dumping duty mooted on Turkish acrylic fibre
  • Software exports to Gulf touch Rs 3 billion
  • Online sugar trading on trial

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 30, 2000
  • South America bunker market report
  • US Gulf bunker market report
  • African bunker market review: refinery down in Durban
  • Joint-venture reinstates Westhinder offshore bunker service
  • NWE bunker market review: ARA and Baltic price spread narrowing
  • Avails tight as prices firm in Singapore
  • South Europe market review
  • Middle East market review
  • Asian bunker markets copy firm and tight Singapore
  • New weekly global averages

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Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weeklyweb site
MARCH 31, 2000
  • Jadroplov names new agents
  • Micor moves into new stable
  • Structural problems bedevil RB expansion plans
  • Transnet audit will establish value of liabilities
  • Agents want clarity over Beit Bridge holiday closure
  • Maersk brings on new vessels for West Africa/Med route
  • Zimbabwe postpones pre-clearance payments
  • SA Marine invests R1,2bn in fleet expansion
  • Be careful with clients' requirements in carrier haulage instruction
  • Letters of indemnity are illegal
  • Nacala takes on Beira as privatisation plans kick in
  • Safmarine opens own Namibia office
  • SASOL demands cash up front from fuel-starved Zimbabwe
  • Swaziland overloaders continue to get off lightly
  • Freight rate hike is not a global conspiracy
  • Afri-Haul restructures
  • Expanding reefer options
  • Internet site matches cargo to empty trucks
  • Maersk eyes Japanese citrus market
  • Portnet invites architects to design millennium tower
  • Rain hammers high value avo crops
  • Car carrier drives southern African expansion plan
  • Merger benefits MSAS
  • New ship repair technology saves Safmarine time and money
  • Resettlement scheme obstructs Swazi route
  • UK import expo seeks SA exporters
  • Stowaway alert
  • Wharf Rat's Diary
  • Air Botswana freighter finds lucrative niche
  • Hong Kong signs air services agreement
  • Logistics giant adds muscle
  • Fuel price cut will lag as oil prices start to crack
  • Radio beacon service scrapped
  • Spoornet will negotiate following concession withdrawal
  • Union Transport launches first Supply Chain Management centre

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 31, 2000
  • PSA Corp in S$3bn bond issue plan
    SINGAPORE terminal operating giant PSA Corp may raise up to S$3bn (US$1.7bn) from bond issues ahead of an eventual listing on the Singapore Stock Exchange.
  • Malta urges rethink on special survey practice
    MALTA Maritime Administration has asked the International Association of Classification Societies to stop the automatic granting of special survey extensions to ships, irrespective of age.
  • AP Møller profits dip
    LINER shipping has contributed to a 14% increase in the turnover of A P Møller'score companies.
  • Investment lined up for Cosco unit
    COSCO Pacific's net profit rose 3.7% last year to $134.08m and the company says it will step up investment this year.
  • Dover under fire for second cruise terminal
    DOVER Harbour Board has come under fire for spending '17.5m ($28m) on a second cruise terminal, as the port faces a fall in the number of cruiseship calls for the second year running.
  • Rig moving helps keep things tight
    IT HAS been another tight week for the North Sea support vessel market thanks to lots of rig moves.
  • Markets in Opec limbo
    INCREASED oil output by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries left the tanker and bunker industries in limbo yesterday while they digested the news.
  • Nessebar in debut call at Le Havre
    THE 554 teu Bulgarian boxship Nessebar is pictured in the port of Le Havre during her first call. The 8,717 dwt vessel is deployed in the Europe-Black Sea Line (southern service) of Navibulgar- Bulcon.

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Fairplayweb site
MARCH 30, 2000
  • Cruise lines threaten to quit Miami
  • Hull underwriters face massive losses
  • Trieste ferry terminal closed
  • Høegh $52M share issue goes ahead
  • US/Australasia conference accused of collusion
  • Moller forecasts 'significant' upturn
  • Call for emission controls on cruise ships
  • Owners' organisation calls for 'moral code'
  • PSA to raise $1.75Bn prior to flotation
  • Australian iron ore exports set to rise
  • MUA mobilises for non-union members
  • Port strike will hit Finnlines results
  • Substantial losses for Hamburg-S'd
  • PSA opens Pasir Panjang Terminal
  • Armoured cars seized at HK terminal
  • European ferry sector faces widescale change
  • Second port for Saigon
  • Finnish ports at a standstill

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 31, 2000
  • Tight space forces ports to stack containers
  • Ford switches ports, carriers to speed exports
  • U.S. economy at 15-year high
  • Hamburg-Sud posts loss in 1999
  • Hutchison to co-develop Shanghai container complex
  • Timken opens site for rail products
  • Hub Group to sell share of distribution services
  • Trans-pacific carriers set rate hikes
  • BNSF seeks stay, review of merger moratorium
  • UPS lobbies DOT for slot to China
  • China to build first international cargo center
  • Fritz narrows net loss on revenue gains
  • Trans-pacific carriers impose fuel surcharges
  • Evergreen considers all-water service
  • Stacking routine at Asian ports
  • APL goes wireless so customers can track shipments

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 31, 2000
  • Bust-up over gas carriers
    A NEW GAS carrier venture is in turmoil after a long-running dispute between owner Navigator Gas and commercial manager MarLink turned ugly just two weeks before the delivery of the first ship. Navigator has axed Marlink, which is expressing fears that the ships risk a future as leftovers in the market.
  • Shall we forget?
  • Au's man in cruise heartland
  • Insurance bleeds red
  • Bankrolling the G-man
  • Chinese go dry cargo
  • Gas market scrambling
  • Bank pain
  • Casualties
  • Detentions

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