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Shipping Timesweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 2001
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  • New York port allowing limited commercial traffic
    NEW York Harbour reopened to limited commercial traffic late last week following the horrific terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, while most other major US ports operated under greatly heightened security.
  • APL ship engineer on ill-fated flight
  • GPS vulnerable to disruptions, US warns
Air and Land Transport
  • New York airports operating half the usual services
    SCHEDULED flights to the New York airports are now running at about 50 per cent of their normal levels, as normalcy gradually returns to US airports following Tuesday's terrorist attacks.
  • Some Boeing employees were on flight to LA
  • BA, Virgin not allowed to carry cargo on flights from US
  • Hopes rise that Ansett may resume flying tomorrow
  • Qantas may take on up to 7,000 staff of grounded Ansett
  • China to develop plane that can fly five times the speed of sound

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Sched Netweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 2001
  • Coscon, Sinotrans co-operation
  • NYK buys ETA Transportation
  • Stinnes launches online tracking for Europe
  • Digital Ship magazine to host e-chartering forum
  • U-Freight first with EDI clearance
  • Boeing conference
  • Pilots and cargo demand vex LanChile
  • Malaysian carrier looking for partners

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Cargowebweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2001
  • Resume of flight, tighter security
  • KLM and Northwest resuming flights
  • Airline industry faces billion-losses
  • Air NZ leaves Ansett grounded
  • Founder of Martinair leaves angrily
  • Schenker with online tracking
  • Three minutes of silence

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2001
  • As fear grips the market again, crude and bunker prices climb higher
  • Panama Bunker Conference Postponed
  • Oil price jitters continue
  • Grounded planes means less US oil consumption
  • More uncertainty over Iraq crude oil supplies
  • Singapore bunker prices firm on the back of bullish paper market
  • Rotterdam bunker prices on the rise again as Brent crude rises in nervous market

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Lloyd's Listweb site
SEPTEMBER 17, 2001
  • D-Day for shipping
    SHIPPING lines entering the Middle East are due to be placed on a war footing from Wednesday night, as the world prepares itself for the US backlash against last week's horrific terrorist atr...
  • Terror strike insurance losses could set a new record
    A consensus is growing that the terrorist assault on New York and Washington will exceed the previous record for insured losses of almost $20bn, writes Tony Gray. Despite colossal figures of...
  • Military action will not curtail oil price surge
    THE powering ahead in oil prices is not expected to slow today, in response to mounting prospects of military action in the Middle East over the weekend. Anticipated US retaliation to the te...
  • QE2 and Caronia turned away from New York
    CUNARD'S flag ship the QE2 had trouble landing on the US east coast this weekend due to the ongoing rescue operation in downtown Manhattan and a bomb threat in Boston. The flag ship an...

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TradeWindsweb site
SEPTEMBER 14, 2001
  • War risk moves shake market
    Turmoil over plan to declare Arabian Gulf and Red Sea excluded areas.
  • IUMI hit by terrorist aftermath
    Norway's Rolf Berentzen takes charge of crisis battered Genoa conference.
  • CP chief advocates North American unity
    Canada and US need to have common standards of border controls.
  • BP in massive aframax order
    Samsung wins $350m deal for up to eight 106,000-dwt tankers.
  • US military seeking prompt tanker fixtures
    The two tankers are to carry bunkers to US military bases in the Indian Ocean and Japan.
  • Two men detained on Fascination
    The reason behind the detainment onboard the Carnival cruisehip off Miami remains unknown.
  • NY port authority to meet financial obligations
    World Trade Center destruction will not affect payment of $5.7bn of consolidated bonds.
  • US fixes prompt fighter jet fuel cargo
    US Military Sealift Command pays double market rate for tanker in Med - and seeks another in Persian Gulf.
  • EU and Korea "agree pricing standards"
    Deal connected to shipbuilding subsidy row reportedly done, but European chiefs are not revealing details.
  • Atle Brynestad pockets $36m
    Entrepreneur behind SeaDream Yacht Club sells Carnival shares.
  • LNG focus to give Daewoo 10% profit margin
    Korean yard increases pre-tax profit forecast for 2002 as it concentrates on lucrative LNG carrier work.
  • 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.

Vincenzo Miele



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