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Shipping Timesweb site
MAY 8, 2001
Shipping News
  • Industry warned of high cost of implementing new rules
    THE enormous cost of meeting soon-to-be implemented International Maritime Organisation legislation was revealed at a Maritime Law Seminar held in Singapore.
  • Asian waters will be more dangerous: prof
  • Dispute may delay new HK container terminal
  • Clarksons relaunches Internet info system
Air and Land Transport
  • Qantas rivals have valid concerns: Aussie watchdog
    AUSTRALIA's competition watchdog said yesterday Qantas Airways Ltd's play for Impulse Airlines raised serious questions about long term competition and Qantas rivals Ansett and Virgin Blue both had valid concerns.
  • Air NZ to amass up to NZ$1b cash by June 30
  • Virgin Blue unlikely to fly in NZ: Air NZ chief
  • China may favour Airbus over Boeing
  • Nippon Express aims for 32b yen profit
  • American Bob Kiley named to head London Transport
  • Russia introduces transit visas for US nationals

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 7, 2001
  • Uncertainty peaks; eastbound rates fall
    Carriers learned hard economic lessons and shippers benfitted during the recent trans-Pacific negotiations.
  • FedEx cuts profit outlook again
    The express provider on Monday warned for the second time in five weeks that its earnings for its fiscal fourth quarter will fall below earlier forecast.
  • Kuehne & Nagel gains in 1Q
    The Swiss-based forwarding and logistics company showed improvement despite the economic slowdown in North America.
  • U.S. company denied CN trackage rights
    Denver-based OmniTrax Canada had sought running rights over hundreds of miles of Western prairie lines.
  • India restricts entry for 300 products
  • Tanker burns in Black Sea
  • East meets West at EU meeting
  • CargoReservations.com upgrades customer service

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Sched Netweb site
MAY 8, 2001
  • CMA CGM reaches objectives
  • Panama Ports orders RTGs
  • Beijing Huatong logistics centre to open in June
  • Guangzhou open to investors
  • ECU Line adds Penang service
  • Cargolux more than triples operating profit for 2000
  • HK Customs signs MOU with express cargo industry
  • US Congressmen back UPS petition to revoke DHL license

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Cargowebweb site
MAY 7, 2001
  • BA and Iberia to intensify cooperation
  • TNT Post with digital letterbox
  • Rotterdam corporations wish the harbor to be in the Inc.-form.
  • Complaints lodged with the European Courts against avaiation
  • Internet-tool for transport

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International Transport Journalweb site
MAY 8, 2001
  • New Bosman service to Egypt
  • Zim has grown, but less than expected
  • No old ferries left in Greece
  • Swedish Club training center in Greece moves
  • Minoan and P&O negotiate
  • Grupo Luís Simões is heading for new horizons
  • ANA
  • Portugalia
  • New high-speed train network
  • New start for TAP

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Marine Logweb site
MAY 7, 2001
  • Court motions, pay cuts and sea trials at FGH
    Friede Goldman Halter is to file a motion with the bankruptcy court to "reject the two contracts for the construction of the two Petrodrill rigs". Meantime, top FGH management is taking a pay cut and the first Bingo rig has headed for sea trials
  • Taiwan yard "faces bankruptcy"
    Reports in the Taiwanese press say that China Shipbuilding Corporation (CSBC) may go bankrupt before the end of the year.

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MAY 7, 2001
  • Hanjin Shipping contracts with K-Line to operate Japan-Thailand Express Service
  • Governor Locke proposes $17.2 billion tax program to deal with traffic problems across Washington
  • Port of Tacoma opens arms to next generation of employees
  • Governor Kitzhaber appoints Jay Waldron as president to Port of Portland Commission
  • Shipping execs see good times ahead for transpacific shipping

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 8, 2001
  • Princess carries hopes of cruise recovery
    THE Golden Princess sails into the port of Southampton this weekend, bringing with her high hopes of a turnaround in the cruise industry, which experts predict could be on the slow road...
  • Empty tanker explodes
    AN unladen 1974-built tanker exploded in the Black Sea yesterday, killing at least one seafarer and plunging the European tanker industry, which is under political scrutiny following a string of re...
  • FT Everard decides not to opt for tonnage tax
    F T EVERARD, one of Britain's leading coastal shipping concerns, has decided not to opt for tonnage tax. The company has judged that the new taxation arrangements on offer to British...
  • AP Møller under pressure at AGM
    DANISH shipping conglomerate AP Møller made a far from bullish presentation at the group's annual general meeting yesterday as it came under fire from minority shareholders regarding the shar...

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
MAY 8, 2001
  • Grimaldi met en service son “Antwerp Euro Terminal”
    L’armement Grimlaldi (Groupe Naples) a mis officieusement en service ce week-end son nouveau terminal dédié dans la zone portuaire de la rive gauche à Anvers, exploité sous l’étiquette de “Antwerp Euro Terminal”, une joint-venture à 50/50 entre l’armement et la Mexico Natie qui assure l’exploitation et la manutention du site. Cet événement est survenu à l’occasion de la première escale du service EuroMed avec le conro “Grande Mediterraneo”.
  • Mory vole au secours de Synchrony
    Un plan va être soumis au Tribunal de commerce de Villefranche sur Saône prévoyant un rapprochement entre Mory et Synchrony, mis en redressement judiciaire il y a un mois. Un protocole d’accord a été signé le 25 avril, mais il n’a été révélé qu’à la fin de la semaine passée. Signé par les PDG des deux groupes, Noël Bouly pour Synchrony et Alain Bréau pour Mory, ce plan de continuation prévoit entre autres le paiement intégral des créances gelées par la procédure du 2 avril 2001, un apport en numéraire et l’apport des activités logistiques du groupe Mory à Synchrony. Selon certaines informations, Mory prendrait également une participation significative dans Synchrony.
  • Volvo Cars Gand mise sur au moins 140.000 voitures en 2001
    Le ralentissement assez brutal des ventes automobiles sur le marché américain a contraint Volvo Cars Gand à insérer un total de deux semaines de chômage technique au cours des premiers mois de l’année. Quatre jours supplémentaires sont prévus au programme dans les mois à venir. La production a baissé de quelque 10% au cours des quatre premiers mois de l’année pour afficher 50.000 voitures. Sur l’année entière, Volvo Gand mise cependant sur une production d’à peu près 140.000 unités.
  • SVP Transport vise une percée en Europe
    A l’origine connu essentiellement comme spécialiste des prestations urgentes en région parisienne, le groupe français SVP Transport amorce une double diversification. Elle est d’abord technique avec une ouverture vers des interventions de logistique à valeur ajoutée. Mais elle s’avère également géographique avec l’ambition d’intervenir sur le marché français de la province, puis de tenter une percée au niveau européen. Pour cela, les dirigeants du groupe accélèrent en croissance interne. Mais ils ajoutent que la rentabilité actuelle de l’entreprise, “très supérieure aux résultats moyens observés dans le secteur”, permet d’envisager de soutenir aussi le développement par des opérations de croissance externe.

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Marine Linkweb site
MAY 7, 2001
Maritime Contract News
  • Daewoo: $1 Billion In One Week Prompts Target Revise
  • Rodriquez Cantieri Navali Wins $57M, 10 Boat Contract
Breaking News
  • Contship Joins MedPac Conference
  • Explorer Sets Sail To Prove Point
  • U.S. Navy Hosts conference
  • New Launching Platform For Navy Ships
  • Tanker Explosion Kills One
  • Daewoo: $1 Billion In One Week Prompts Target Revise
  • Rochester Harbor Dredging Underway
  • Chevron To Change Controversial Name Of Tanker
  • Rodriquez Cantieri Navali Wins $57M, 10 Boat Contract
  • FGH Tries To Shed Petrodrill Contracts
  • Lamy To Back European Yard Subsidies
  • Kvaerner Up, Aker Sinks In Wake Of Board Battle

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 7, 2001
  • Sovcomflot seeks to buy 2 tankers
    The possible purchase of two Aframaxes hinges on the outcome of its seven-vessel sale to Genmar.
  • Cruise industry supports passenger fee
    The $650,000-a-year fund derived from the fee will be partly used to monitor ship pollution in Alaska.
  • Condolezza Rice gets new name
    Chevron rescinded the controversial name change of its ship after receiving protests from watchdog groups.
  • Asset manager recommends P&O Princess
    Mercator Asset Management has established a buy position on the cruise operator's undervalued stocks.
  • Daewoo clocks up to 23 LNG orders
    Korean shipbuilder Daewoo is way ahead of the pack in scooping up LNG carrier orders.
  • Ship agents leaving Georgia
    At least two big companies are pulling out of the Black Sea republic because of a new tax.
  • FGH slashes managers' wages
    The Mississippi shipyard group continues its restructuring effort to erase substantial debts.
  • Second grounding in weeks for Lys-Line ship
    A salvage team is on its way to a grounded Norwegian-flagged cargoship.
  • Dex loses underwriter
    New hull insurance scheme to continue despite loss of backing from Lloyd's underwriter Peter Wright.
  • Crewman dies in tanker explosion off Romania
    Six crew are still trapped aboard a burning oil tanker in the Black Sea.
  • Indonesian LNG ships tout for trade
    Two gas carriers left without business due to unrest in Indonesia are being offered for short-term employment.
  • Crew rescued from Syrian bulker
    Eight crew have jumped to safety from a listing ship carrying cement in the Aegean.
  • Ievoli Sun salvage pierces inner hull
    Salvors have got through to the cargo on the sunken chemical tanker.
  • NCL comes clean on discharge
    Norwegian Cruise Line has admitted an accidental release of black water from a vessel off Alaska.
  • PCL closes on delisting target
    The Kuok group is within touching distance of the 90% target necessary to take the Singapore firm private.
  • Tanker Pacific collision leaves two missing
    A Tanker Pacific managed aframax has collided with a fishing vessel off Thailand leaving two fishermen missing.

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