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Shipping Timesweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2001
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  • High-level Belgian team to focus on PSA deal
    PSA Corporation's pending purchase of up to 80 per cent of 22 Belgium ports will be the focus of an official visit to Singapore by key Flemish politicians and a delegation of maritime industry heavyweights next week.
  • US airspace closure threatens smooth sailing of cruise lines
Air and Land Transport
  • Air travel industry may not rebound till early next year
    THE grim question facing the airline industry now is whether the immediate costs of this week's terrorism-induced shutdown will be compounded by an enduring drop in travel demand as fearful consumers avoid airports.
  • US-bound flights diverted to Canada remain grounded
  • Aussie airports' ratings may be cut

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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2001
  • NYNJ Port Authority at a loss
  • Gansu blueprints its logistics development
  • Vancouver reports cargo drop
  • Senator launches new service
  • Friday, September 14, 2001
  • Midway announces suspension of flight operations
  • Air shutdown continues
  • Cargo drops while passengers multiply at HKIA
  • Russian crash blamed on overloading

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Cargowebweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2001
  • Slight lifting of flight ban
  • USD 15 billion mentioned for insurance
  • Most North-Atlantic flights cancelled
  • Big loss Air New Zealand; Ansett in receivership
  • New 'micro sites' JoC
  • SAS downgrades expectations for 2001

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Exim Indiaweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2001
  • Indian firms bag orders in Germany
  • Global pepper exports up by 23 per cent
  • Dumping duty slapped on paracetamol from China, Taiwan
  • India, Thailand to target $ 2-billion trade
  • Nasscom sees 47 pc increase in software exports to Europe this fiscal
  • Engineering, garment exporters unruffled by US crisis
  • Carpet exporters scouting for new markets
  • Kolkata Port Trust slashes vessel-related charges at KDS
  • Ficci suggests changes in EU's new GSP scheme
  • ... offers to form bipartite panel on contract labour
  • Spices project recommends release of 10 new varieties
  • India, Russia to identify opportunities in ICT sectors
  • US tragedy: No immediate impact, says Sinha
  • Plantation sector wants sops to make inroads overseas
  • NHAI awards two annuity projects
  • US cotton team cancels meeting with ICMF, NITMA
  • All India Exporters' Chamber AGM on Saturday

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2001
  • US Gulf market begins to find its feet
  • Rotterdam stabilises after panicky day, rising again Thursday afternoon
  • Fuel oil gains moderate, distillates surge in Gibraltar and Las Palmas
  • Limited avails in Piraeus, Istanbul prices surge
  • Italy and Malta market roundup
  • Korea market summary last 2 days
  • Brazil bunker prices movements so far
  • Hong Kong calms down after price spike
  • Taiwan quoting for bunkers again at higher prices
  • US ports start to reopen
  • Kuwait's October stems to Asian customers increase
  • Fear of US reprisals keeps oil firm, VLCC rates unclear
  • Bunker price review
  • Business back to normal at LOOP

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World Wide Shipperweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2001
  • FAA keeps most air traffic grounded while allowing some flights to proceed
  • Oregon racehorses fly to Seoul to improve quality of Korean steeds
  • Seattle author takes look at history of South Lake Union
  • Port of Portland Commission Oks revised Terminal 1 sales agreement
  • UPS ground operations filling void left by closure of American skies

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Il Sole 24 Ore On Lineweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2001
  • Alleanza porti-autostrade
    Nerli: «Necessarie alcune decine di nuove navi»
  • Napoli, in forte crescita il traffico dei passeggeri

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2001
  • Cruiseships in front line as war fears grow
    CRUISESHIPS have been thrust into the centre of the growing panic following the horrific onslaught on New York and Washington as fears grow of further terrorist atrocities. As talk of war in...
  • Rubble a burial ground for over 5,000
    OVER 5,000 people are still buried under the rubble left by Tuesday's shocking terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. At least a thousand of the casualties come from the insurance...
  • European insurers predict severe losses in US fallout
    SEVERAL European insurers yesterday predicted severe losses from the terrorist attacks in the US, while stressing that their financial standing would not be harmed. Although emphasising that...
  • Engineer on terror plane was on way to APL vessel
    FIRST assistant engineer John 'Jay' Corcoran was en route to his ship in Los Angeles when the plane he was travelling on crashed into the south tower of the World Trade Center in New Yo...
  • Terrorist disruption in the US
    Affected businesses are invited to use Lloyd's List to give customers and friends details of your business activities in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on Tuesday. As responses reach...

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Fairplayweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2001
  • Senate to vote on Title XI today
  • Insurers hike Mideast hull war risk
  • Sardinia criticises Tirrenia cuts
  • Cruise passengers die in air crash
  • Petrobras monopoly to end
  • Lakshmi project in doubt
  • World Trade Center: staff latest
  • Bourbon upbeat in first half
  • ITF plans EU port strike
  • PNSC offers stakes to refiners
  • Ikan Tanka remains aground
  • Sanctions busters had forged papers
  • Milan echoes market roller-coaster
  • Barranquilla operators fight back
  • Shipping shares lack direction
  • Gloom envelops Brazilian shipping
  • Record steel usage at Korean yards
  • NY attack delays Pan Ocean sale
  • Korea proposes ship price solution
  • Valdez back in business
  • Premier axes MDD subsidies
  • MSC cancels annual conference
  • Sea Containers moves into Corinth
  • Cruise lines face major disruption
  • NY/NJ port chief feared lost
  • USCG takes control of port security

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2001
  • US airspace, New York port reopen
    While airlines scrambled to move cargo, tougher rules were set for foreign carriers. The Port of New York made a slow recovery while in Europe, insurers face potentially ruinous claims.
  • More savings ahead for VSAs: MOL chief
  • Cosco OKs heavy-lift vessel
  • AISA elects Giovanetti president
  • STB orders Union Pacific to cut rate for coal shipper
  • HK logistics firm offers Shanghai EDI
  • Freeport FTZ expands
  • NCA, UPS expand code-share
  • NYK acquires warehousing company

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2001
  • Handico s’arme en vue de la croissance dans le groupage et la logistique
    Handico Terminals a investi plus de 60 millions de BEF (1,5 mio. d’EUR) dans un nouveau magasin dans la zone logistique du Luithagen à Anvers . Les 6.250 m2 de ce nouveau bâtiment permettront à la filiale du groupe Herfurth d’élargir sensiblement ses activités de manutention. Le nouveau hangar servira en particulier aux nouveaux développements des activités de groupage. Handico entend également y proposer dans une plus large mesure de la value added logistics (VAL). L’entreprise ambitionne de croître tant dans le port qu’en dehors.
  • La desserte des ports US soumise à davantage de contraintes de sécurité?
    Après l’attaque terroriste qui a frappé New York et Washington les autorités américaines ont pris conscience du fait que leur territoire national est désormais visé directement. Elles vont dès lors prendre des mesures drastiques en matière de sécurité, qui perdureront. Si les aéroports et les trafics aériens sont directement concernés, le transport maritime l’est tout autant, car les navires, plus particulièrement ceux qui battent le pavillon étoilé, peuvent également être pris pour cible d’attentats. De même, ils peuvent servir à transporter des cargaisons susceptibles d’être utilisées pour perpétrer des attentats.
  • Conseil des Transports extraordinaire sur la sécurité dans les aéroports
    Les ministres européens des Transports se rencontreront ce vendredi soir à 19.30 en réunion extraordinaire à la suite des attaques terroristes sur le World Trade Center à New York et sur le Pentagone à Washington. Il s’agit d’une rencontre formelle des quinze ministres concernés. Le seul point figurant à l’agenda porte sur la sécurité dans les aéroports de l’Union européenne. Selon la commissaire européenne Loyola de Palacio (Transport), le fait qu’il s’agisse d’un conseil des ministres formel signifie que des décisions peuvent éventuellement être prises, mais elle ne pouvait pas affirmer avec certitude hier s’il fallait s’attendre à des mesures concrètes.
  • Rhenania Intermodal Transport ouvre un bureau à Anvers
    La filiale Rhenania Intermodal Transport de la division P&O Trans European, qui à son tour fait partie du géant maritime et de transport P&O, vient d’ouvrir un bureau propre à Anvers, notamment au Verbindingsdok. Le bureau sera dirigé par Theo Haije, qui travaillera avec une petite équipe de trois collaboratrices. A court terme, cette équipe pourrait être développée.

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 13, 2001
  • Early market strength boosts IMC
    The Hong Kong bulk and chemical operator has recorded a substantial rise in interim profits for 2001.
  • COSCO eyes giant semi-sub newbuilding
    Chinese giant wants to bolster its presence in the heavy lift market with plans for the world's largest vessel.
  • Samsung open to capacity increase
    The South Korean shipbuilder believes it can lift its shipbuilding orders by 25% next year.
  • CP Ships shares sinking fast
    The stock dropped to an all-time low of $10.50 Thursday ahead of regular trading on 1 October.
  • Aon claims high survival rate
    Top insurance broker says vast majority of 1,100 staff escaped WTC collapse.
  • K Line capesize sinks
    Fears for crew after laden iron ore carrier breaks up in South Atlantic.
  • Baltic Exchange shakes hands with Enron
    Deal to supply freight data settles row with US energy company.
  • US bond market reopens Thursday
    Many financial companies move their downtown Manhattan operations to midtown and New Jersey.
  • Chevron in LNG link with Irving
    Oil major to join feasibility study to add gas terminal to VLCC port.
  • New shipping agency in Malaysia
    Containership owner PDZ Holdings has formed a joint venture to provide shipping services.
  • New York open to limited shipping traffic
    Restrictions and precautions still apply on east and west coasts, but some traffic allowed into New York.
  • Tampa refugee appeal begins
    Judges deliberate as new standoff with 130 boat people begins.
  • Unithai shares plunge over transport demand fears
    Bulker owner is third-biggest loser in Thailand as leading share index falls, but western stocks rally slightly.
  • Golar to buy on the net
    MarineProvider signs up John Fredriksen's new LNG venture.
  • Cruise lines cancel and relocate sailings
    New York-based cruises shift to other ports as flight chaos delays Canadian and European sailings.
  • Fred Olsen drillship extends Brazilian stay
    The Norwegian owner's Navis Explorer I will drill another well for Petrobras.
  • Hong Kong hauls in 14
    A gas carrier and containership were among the vessels detained by port state control officials during August.
  • Valdez oil terminal resumes operations
    Tankers resume oil loading operations at Alaska terminal after security threat closed facility.

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