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01 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 22:03 GMT+2

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Shipping Timesweb site
MAY 14, 2001
Shipping News
  • S'pore needs to draw, hold onto major shipping lines
    COMPETITION from regional ports remains the most pressing challenge for the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore , Singapore's port regulator and developer.
  • US acts against Star Cruises ship for pollution
  • Manila towage firm wins legal battle to settle oil spill clean-up bill
  • Class rapped over response to ISM criticism
  • Euro seaport body attacks EU port measures
  • United Alliance drops Cho Yang
Air and Land Transport
  • Virgin Blue in alliance talks with Ansett
    VIRGIN Blue said yesterday it was in talks with Australia's second biggest airline Ansett Australia on a possible alliance in a bid to fend off the threat posed by Qantas Airways Ltd's play for Impulse Airlines.
  • 'Economy-class syndrome' hits 10-year-old girl
  • UK airline plans all-business London-NY flights
  • Delta's Comair pilots reject offer, prolonging strike
  • Emirates denies paying India for new flight rights

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 11, 2001
  • UPS will meet estimates
    CEO Jim Kelly said Friday that business conditions have shown signs of stabilizing and the company should be able to meet lowered earnings targets for the second quarter.
  • DeMariano out at Port Everglades
    Paul DeMariano has resigned as port director at Port Everglades after a dispute with the county commission that oversees the port.
  • Lufthansa, pilots to resume talks
    Lufthansa canceled an additional 90 flights on Friday in the aftermath of the first full-day pilots' strike at Germany's largest airline.
  • New World Alliance debuts Europe service
    The alliance of APL, Hyundai Merchant Marine and MOL unveiled a new service between Asia and Europe.
  • FedEx Supply Chain Services honored by GM
  • Work resumes on Pasha auto carrier
  • Weather chills American Commercial Lines 1Q
  • EU opens fire in open-skies battle
  • Taiwan shifts port control
  • Cosco adds second Halifax service
  • Treasury asks delay in Customs report
  • FMC takes no action on SED fees inquiry
  • Port of Houston opens vessel simulator
  • Burlington Northern Santa Fe to sell coal transport futures

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Sched Netweb site
MAY 14, 2001
  • High costs a hurdle to new rules
  • Port of Antwerp unveils improved web site
  • New VP at Conterm
  • Singapore revises counter service fees
  • NOL Group wins award for e-commerce innovation
  • Ecu Line new Antwerp to Namibia service
  • Regrouping may hit turbulence
  • Airbus Industrie edging Boeing in China stakes
  • US Airways to Inaugurate Philadelphia-Brussels service

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Cargowebweb site
MAY 11, 2001
  • Hard beat by Lufthansa pilots
  • TNT Post acquires Italian company ALS
  • Fedex cuts spending
  • Small extension of the Rotterdam harbor
  • Lykes Lines with real time schedules

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 14, 2001
  • Kanoo Shipping to focus on India - With emphasis on quality, tailor-made services...
  • TNWA adds 2 new port calls to APX Service
  • Indonesia drops move to ban Indian soyameal
  • VEPZ poised for higher software exports
  • Vajpayee may sign 10 MoUs in Malaysia
  • Chemexcil unfazed by US slowdown; sees 30 pc export surge
  • Fujairah Free Zone invites Indian investors again
  • State provides ST relief on flour, bidi and wet dates
  • Agitation at Chennai Port hits container movement
  • Aashita International clears first reefer container from ICD-Dighi
  • CWC to set up CFS at Vizag Exim Park
  • Anti-dumping duties notified
  • AEPC seeks more realistic export target
  • GJEPC plan to boost exports cleared
  • CII plan to focus on high-growth segments
  • Apex chambers welcome new FDI norms
  • Modest rise in business confidence index: NCAER survey
  • Amcham bid to stimulate US investments
  • AP provides sops for cos in biotech sectors
  • Increase exports, exhorts Minister
  • Coffee sector pleads for lower taxes
  • SEZ to come up near Vizag
  • Ficci for uniform 8 pc excise duty on textiles
  • Finance Secys meet on Wed.
  • Sinha to woo investors at Hong Kong
  • Adani Exports gets Fieo's Niryat Shree Gold Trophy
  • Assocham for relaxation in rules of origin

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 11, 2001
  • O.W. Bunker announces supply joint venture in Turkey
  • Istanbul supplier expands service in the Black Sea area
  • IEA cuts oil use forecast, warns of supply disruptions
  • US Gulf prices push higher amid mixed avails
  • Steady markets in Montreal and Halifax
  • Balanced market in New York and Philadelphia

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MAY 11, 2001
  • Divers find two cracks on tanker vessel in Valdez at Alyeska Terminal on Tuesday
  • General Dynamics offers $67.50 per share for common stock of Newport News Shipbuilding
  • FAA says Panama's aviation rating lowered for not complying with international standards
  • SSA unloads 6500 tons of imported Brazilian aluminum diverted from Asia to Portland
  • Governor tells Vancouver Chamber about highway expansion and improvement plans

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 14, 2001
  • Germans demand action on Korea
    EUROPEAN Union industry ministers, divided over whether to support a defence mechanism in the form of selective aid for European yards against competition from South Korean yards, are under German...
  • Norwegian Sky accused over Alaska sewage
    One of the first cruiseships to visit southeast Alaskan ports this season has been cited for illegally dumping concentrated sewage into the scenic Inside Passage, the US Coast Guard has reveale...
  • Grave undertaking for Nippon Yusen Kaisha
    Japan's largest shipping company, Nippon Yusen Kaisha, plans to offer a new funeral ash-scattering service in a bid to capitalise on demand fuelled by the high cost of cemeteries in Japan, ...

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Fairplayweb site
MAY 11, 2001
  • MDD opens talks over problem FPSO
  • Itajai privatisation again delayed
  • Bangkok box curbs to continue
  • Insurer pays out on Natuna Sea spill
  • HMAS Jervis Bay stands down
  • ICTSI details Suape commitment
  • Ailing affiliates hit Hyundai HI
  • Maersk moves NZ service to PTP
  • Moroccans call for second register
  • First Alaska cruise culprit caught
  • Dutch aid Rijeka expansion
  • Incat moves to four-day week
  • New Panama Canal directors named
  • Long Beach awards Hanjin contract
  • Haven ports take the initiative
  • EBRD funds Georgia oil terminal

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
MAY 12, 2001
  • MSC va adopter le concept du service pendulaire en 2002
    Dès le mois d’août prochain, l’armement Mediterranean Shipping Cy (MSC) commencera à réceptionner la série de 10 PC de type post-panamax de 6.700 TEU qui, à l’origine, étaient appelés à remplacer le tonnage actuellement alignés sur la route Europe-Asie. C’est qu’entre-temps, l’armement a reconsidéré sa stratégie.
  • “La proposition de directive sur l’accès aux services portuaires est superflue”
    La Green Port Conference 2001 s’est clôturée sur une résolution demandant à la Commission européenne de procéder à une étude “transparante” sur l’organisation et le financement des ports dans Union européenne. La conférence demande en outre à la Commission de formuler des propositions pour une directive portuaire visant entre autres une libéralisation totale et une séparation de la gestion et des opérations portuaires proprement dites, à l’instar de la directive européenne sur les chemins de fer. La Green Port Conference plaide en outre pour un contrôle sur l’application uniforme des aides et des conditions de concurrence pour les ports de l’UE. Le président de la conférence, l’europarlementaire Theo Bouwman (Ecologistes), qui a exposé ces conclusions finales, a en outre souligné qu’une distinction entre “public et commercial” et entre infrastructure et superstructure portuaire est souhaitable dans le cas d’un financement public, la superstructure devant être exclue d’un financement par les autorités.
  • Marpobel monte en puissance
    Environ une année après le lancement effectif des premières activités, a eu lieu hier l’inauguration officielle de Marpobel, l’installation portuaire de réception de déchets d’exploitation des navires et des résidus construit à la quatrième darse portuaire à hauteur du quai 261 sur l’ancien site de 9 ha de l’entreprise de réparation navale Mercantile. Cette installation - “l’unique installation portuaire de réception de déchets full-service en Belgique” - a impliqué un investissement de plus de 17 millions d’EUR (environ 700 mio. de BEF). Marpobel peut entreposer, épurer et traiter quasiment tous les déchets de la navigation maritime, fluviale et de l’industrie. L’entreprise est également en mesure de nettoyer des cales, des wagons-citernes, des containers-citernes et des wagons ferroviaires. Marpobel mise sur un break-even en 2002.

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Marine Linkweb site
MAY 11, 2001
Maritime Contract News
  • Rolls-Royce to Supply Podded Propulsion, Deck Machinery for QM2
Breaking News
  • Sen. Lott's Allegiance Lies Within Northrop Grumman
  • General Dynamics Continues Pursuit of Newport News Shipbuilding
  • Illegal Dumping Taints Norwegian's Sky
  • Hyundai Heavy Reports 1Q Loss
  • Did Gas Turbine Problems Contribute to Alstom's Profit Decline?
  • Osprey to be De-listed from Singapore Exchange
  • Russia to Raise Doomed Kursk Submarine
  • Rolls-Royce to Supply Podded Propulsion, Deck Machinery for QM2

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 11, 2001
  • Glencore receives official UN warning
    The Swiss trader's rights to trade Iraqi crude were reinstated after receiving warning from UN.
  • ON Sunde turns in profits
    The privately owned Norwegian company's revenues in 2000 rose slightly to NOK 4.3bn.
  • Lasco sees strong tanker earnings
    The product tanker fleet contributed 93% of the company's $12.5m January-March net profit.
  • Norwegian shipbroker records profit hike
    AS Network Chartering's pre-tax 2000 profits jumped by 221% from a year ago.
  • Maritime insurance firm posts income gain
    Improved shipping rates helped Navigators Group to boost its first quarter earnings.
  • Japanese shipbuilders back EC's allegations
    Japanese shipbuilders' guild mulls a push for Japan's participation in the WTO settlement meeting.
  • US barge operator suffers $30m net loss
    American Commercial Lines was hit by higher expenses and bad weather conditions.
  • CMB predicts solid second quarter earnings
    Belgium shipowner CMB Group expects its gas division Exmar to hold up profits.
  • Another general strike set to hit Greek ports
    Panhellenic Seamen's Federation will launch its second workers' strike in less than one month.
  • CMB ups Clarkson stake
    Top client backs its broker.
  • UK Club snatches Gard claims chief
    P&I claims expert Christopher Brown quits Norway to develop China business.
  • Panamax tankers set for boost
    Shipyards and brokers are reporting increased enquiry for panamax tanker newbuildings.
  • Container shipping online firm goes under was facing financial troubles only eight months after the internet startup in January 2000.
  • MSCO ship on seal rescue mission
    Murmansk Shipping Co is spending its own money on a mercy dash to save starving seals.
  • Ship agents fighting Georgia transit duty
    Barwil and Maersk Sealand are staying in Georgia, but are up in arms about a new tax.
  • Products market boosts Team
    Bergen tanker owner reports higher profits and forecasts good times to continue.
  • Styrene removal begins from Ievoli Sun
    Salvage operations are progressing aboard the sunken chemical tanker.
  • Affiliates drive Hyundai to loss
    The world's largest shipbuilder has had an unexpected tough start to the year.
  • Heysham port deal done and dusted
    Mersey Docks and Harbour Company has completed its purchase of the UK port.
  • Sanoyas plans tanker newbuilding return
    Dwindling bulker demand prompts yard to return to the aframax tanker market.

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