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21 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 03:03 GMT+2

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Shipping Timesweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2001
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  • PSA's greenfield project in Japan given national priority
    PSA Corporation's long awaited break into Japan's ports seems certain to go ahead after Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi declared its Hibiki project one of three key infrastructure developments needed to turn around his country's ailing economy.
  • Exec director of NY port authority among missing
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  • Shutdown of US airspace causes airport congestion round the world
    CANCELLATIONS and diversions choked airports around the world yesterday after US air space was closed in the wake of airborne terrorist attacks on New York and Washington.
  • Typhoon disrupts flights in Japan
  • Emirates to fly to Perth
  • CWT seeks alliances in push to go global
    GONE are the days when third party logistics providers can remain as established local or even regional players.
  • 3PLs likely to see slower growth in future: survey
  • Seattle port, airport eye integrated e-business strategy
  • A people person bursting with new ideas
    A PORT always has a special something to it. And I'm not just referring to the ships and cranes.

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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2001
  • Attacks prompt transport shutdown
  • Sinotrans Container Lines to open Shenzhen branch
  • Maersk launches Oceania service
  • UA to provide air transport for i2 FreightMatrix
  • China-US venture to create first magplane

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Cargowebweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2001
  • Air traffic suspended till 18.00 hours
  • Questions on airline and airport security
  • Statement by the port authority of New York
  • European airline stocks down
  • 20 per cent profit gain
  • Lykes Lines upgrades East Coast service

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2001
  • Grand Alliance to have 32 new post-Panamax ships by 2004
  • Panalpina earnings show substantial rise
  • Cosco Hong Kong unit's profits jump
  • Aqaba restores rates
  • CMA-CGM augments fleet
  • Safmarine to join new 'Tango' & 'Rumba' services
  • New on-line bunkering service from Singapore's MPA
  • OOCL appoints new agents in Latvia & Lithuania
  • TMM Lines launches Asia-Africa-Americas service
  • "K" Line to launch another China service
  • Lykes Lines upgrades Africa service fleet
  • Pacific International Lines tries its hand at new trades
  • Brennan International Transport offers consolidation services from Canada to destinations worldwide
  • Cooperman to head Stolt Nielsen
  • Reederei christens 10th Samsung vessel Santa Alina
  • GeoLogistics in Belgian expansion
  • BAX Global kicks off extranet service
  • APL Logistics named to list of Top-Ten logistics providers
  • Zhuhai Terminal hits two-m TEU
  • Port of Tanjung Pelepas signs agreement for vessel traffic system
  • NY-NJ Asian cargo trade surges defying slowdown
  • Westport container traffic surges by 37 per cent
  • Maersk Logistics launches M*Power Executive
  • RCL launching new Singapore-JNP service from Sept. 21 - Fixed-day weekly service ex-NSICT & Mumbai
  • Vanaspati sector moots 3 options to curb imports from Nepal
  • Optimism on 5 mt grains export
  • CLE seeks realistic duty drawback rates for leather exports
  • Pak assurance on Indian goods imports
  • 'Sensitive items' imports continue to dip
  • Lloyd's security checking team in Sri Lanka
  • Mago gets 6-month extension as MbPT Chairman
  • Indo-Bangla waterways transport protocol extended
  • EU's move for new GSP scheme alarms Ficci
  • Ficci survey sees promising IT market in EU
  • Nodal officers to monitor FDI plan implementation
  • Govt move to resolve foreign investors' woes regularly
  • Cash made mandatory against FDI commitments
  • Melbourne business team seeks partners, licensees and agents
  • Sinha meets Customs, Excise Chiefs
  • President's assent for 8 Bills
  • WTO sets up panels on steel disputes against US
  • FMC, onion trade to meet in Nasik
  • Terrorist attacks stun NY/NJ shipping, port activities too

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2001
  • US Gulf bunkers s/e or at sky-high indications
  • Tanker owners cautious as bunker prices soar
  • Oil imports delayed as US oil ports close
  • Thailand suspends all oil product exports
  • Price hike summary
  • Oil panic averted as OPEC assures supply - bunkers should ease
  • Saudi posted fuel oil prices only $4-5 higher
  • Huge price spreads in Fujairah, little activity reported
  • No cargo deals, volatile paper, in confused Singapore market
  • Early indications show surging bunker prices in the Far East
  • Brent crude/gas oil settles a little after the shock

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International Transport Journalweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2001
  • Terrorist attacks on America - TIACA statement
  • Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Publishes Environmental Report 2001
  • The German cruise vessel Columbus' 2001 call at the Port of Duluth-Superior cancelled
  • Heightened security at U.S. Ports
  • The UNECE Trans-European Railway (TER) Project approves new development strategy
  • CLECAT welcomes the European Commission's White Paper on the Common Transport Policy as a first step - but it is not far enough!
  • Schneider Logistics Inc. renames its freight payment company
  • Schenker Deutschland opens new logistics centre
  • Wilson Logistics buys stake in Australian company
  • Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

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World Wide Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2001
  • Terrorist's acts bring swift response from DOT
  • Columbia River maritime community alerted to hightened port security
  • Today's emergency response test cancelled at Portland Airport
  • Puget Sound area sees fallout from suicide attacks on East Coast
  • Panama Canal continues operations under expanded security measures

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The East Africanweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2001
  • Mombasa 'Will Lose' Business to Dar Port

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2001
  • Insurers wake up to $15bn nightmare
    The INSURANCE industry awoke today facing the most painful loss in its history. Not only were insurers grappling to come to terms with the colossal expacted financial cost of Tuesday's...
  • Tales of miracles and anguish as US counts its dead
    AS the United States struggled to come to terms with Tuesday's horrifying attacks on New York and Washington and to construct a political and military response, workers on the ground in both...
  • Shipping shares tumble as markets fear global recession
    Shares in European shipping companies took a beating yesterday ahead of today's expected reopening of US financial markets. And stock markets in Japan and South Korea suffered sharp fa...
  • Terrorist disruption in the US
    You are invited to use Lloyd's List to give customers and friends details of your business activities in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks yesterday. Contact

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Fairplayweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2001
  • Brokers reveal NY confusion
  • LOOP reopens marine terminal
  • Cruise lines tighten security
  • Ambitious plans for Karachi
  • Sovereignty threatened, says Fairplay
  • Shanghai responds to collisions
  • Attack sparks insurance alarm
  • Kra Canal project wins approval
  • Panama consults on toll hike
  • Bahamas signs seafarer agreement
  • Owners applaud Tampa ruling
  • Panama reminded of obligations
  • IMO 'must lead asylum debate'
  • Lauritzen forms bulk pool with IVS
  • Korean carriers evaluate US status
  • Oz stance hardens on asylum seekers
  • Korean shipping stocks tumble
  • Brazilian state sells Ford short
  • Atrocity survivor count unclear
  • Congress set to act on port security
  • US port crackdown disrupts shipping

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2001
  • Back-up at West Coast ports
    Vessel traffic has slowed at West Coast ports amid heightened security following Tuesday's terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.
  • Hospital ship heads to New York
  • Diverted planes to return
  • Port of Duluth, lake locks open
  • Freeport FTZ expands
  • NCA, UPS expand code-share
  • NYK acquires warehousing company
  • UPS, FedEx shift focus to ground
  • Port-by-port review
  • Zim all to faimilar with terrorist threats
  • West Coast tightens security
  • Customs, ports on high alert

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2001
  • L’aviation civile américaine aura du mal à se remettre des attaques terroristes
    Suite aux attaques terroristes avec des avions civils sur le World Trade Center à New York et le Pentagone à Washington, l’aviation civile en Amérique et dans le reste du monde pourra s’attendre à des contrôles approfondis. Surtout sur le plan de la sécurité, il reste beaucoup à faire. Plus que jamais, un pacte de sécurité global pour la navigation aérienne prescrivant des normes et contrôles sévères s’impose afin de réduire au maximum la répétition de ce qui s’est passé aux Etats-Unis mardi dernier.
  • La CE persiste dans ses efforts réduire le transport routier
    La Commission européenne a approuvé hier mercredi, après des mois de tergiversations suite à des conflits internes, le Livre Blanc sur la politique européenne des transports jusqu’à l’aube de 2010. Cet ouvrage opte de manière claire et fondamentale pour une politique visant à donner un nouveau souffle aux transports ferroviaire, maritime et fluvial et visant à promouvoir le développement du transport intermodal. La Commission entend réaliser une grande partie de cet objectif en jugulant le transport de marchandises par la route.
  • L’Autriche refuse le “nouveau Diktat” de l’UE sur les écopoints
    “Le nouveau Diktat de l’UE est inacceptable”. C’est en ces termes que le Kronen-Zeitung, le journal autrichien qui a le plus fort tirage national, titrait ces jours-ci son article et ses commentaires sur la décision du Parlement européen d’abolir la clause de 108 % des écopoints. Cette mesure revient à une libéralisation complète du trafic des poids lourds transitant par le Tyrol.

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 12, 2001
  • Containership operators hit by NY port closure
    Demurrage costs for the stranded vessels are mounting for each day the port remains closed.
  • US bond markets to reopen Thursday
    The stock exchanges are expected to take another day or two to resume normal operations.
  • New Jersey terminal substitutes as morgue
    Dead bodies from New York disaster are ferried over to the abandoned US military terminal.
  • NY Shipping Association escapes disaster
    All 150 staff made it out of the first collapsing tower in time.
  • US ports taking no chances
    Most ports have resumed normal operations, but with tight security to prevent any further terrorist attacks.
  • Foreign oil shipments stay on course to US
    Ports and terminals are expected to reopen for oil discharging operations within the next few days.
  • LOOP resumes US Gulf offshore operation
    The company has tightened security at all facilities as a result of the New York terrorist attack.
  • Lauritzen and IVS launch bulker pool
    Another handysize bulk carrier pool is off the blocks as consolidation trends continue.
  • Humpuss shares suspended
    Tommy Suharto's Indonesian shipping company has seen some unusual share price movements.
  • Iranian VLCC sold for scrap
    Pakistani breakers have picked up their third VLCC of this year, outstripping last year's total.
  • Croatia Line boxship up for grabs
    One of the bankrupt Croatian owner's three remaining vessels will be auctioned next month.
  • Sea Containers gains Greek toehold
    UK-based group is finally running the Corinth Canal - and hints at a move into Greek ferry market.
  • US terrorist atrocity pushes bunkers up
    Ship fuel price rises outstrip crude gains as uncertainty surrounds resupply levels.
  • Intertanko relocates US meeting
    Key shipping figures visiting the US have been forced to change their plans.
  • Oslo Bors to requote US stock
    American-listed stock halted in Norway in US attack fallout will resume trading.
  • IHC Caland pulls share issue after US horror
    Dutch shipbuilding and production vessel leasing group cancels fund-raising stock sale after US attacks.
  • Tanker turned mercy ship heads for New York
    Overwhelmed medical services in Manhattan are poised to see the arrival of a 1,000-bed hospital ship.
  • US cruise companies prepare for fallout
    Overseas passengers are cancelling cruises in the wake of Tuesday's attacks on the US.
  • Japan and Korea shipping stocks hit badly
    Maritime stocks in Asia headed south Wednesday as regional markets reacted to US terrorist attacks.
  • Shutters go up at US ports and terminals
    Some US container terminals are shut as US Coast Guard launches stop and search missions.

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