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Shipping Timesweb site
DECEMBER 24, 2001
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  • New York port celebrates 10 years of all-water route
    THE Port of New York & New Jersey celebrates the 10th anniversary today of what has become one of its greatest successes - the 'all-water service' directly linking Asia with New York.
  • Arrest warrant for master of ill-fated Erika
  • BV-Rina alliance talks break down
  • China signs int'l marine transport regulation
  • Sydney reopens overseas passenger terminal
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  • UK govt to appeal ruling limiting overnight flights
    THE British government is to appeal against a court ruling that night flights at London's Heathrow Airport violate the human rights of nearby residents by depriving them of sleep, officials said.
  • HK airport invites bids for cargo terminal
  • Bankruptcy filing not an option: United
  • UBS forecasts US airline stock rally
  • Log Book

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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 24, 2001
  • Transpacific lines to implement PRC terminal handling charges
  • CP Ships completes credit facility
  • Shanghai Port sees growth in US, Europe imports
  • MOL/Fujifilm in logistics JV
  • CX shows poor cargo figures
  • US flight restrictions eased
  • KLM to suspend Sapporo/Nagoya service

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Cargowebweb site
DECEMBER 21, 2001
  • US Airways urged to negociate
  • Railtrack faces enormous funding gap
  • Approval for UK intermodal program
  • Insurance aid European airlines approved
  • Shareholders Air New Zealand happy with state aid
  • Again moves at ICF

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 24, 2001
  • Trans-Cargo Shipping Agencies completes 7 yrs operations in India
  • New consortium will emerge as key player on India-Europe trade lane - Merger of IES & IEX Services=ISE Service - Service to commence on Jan. 6, 2002
  • MISC/Crescent Shipping achieves another milestone
  • IPBCC to enforce RRI from Feb. 2002
  • P. K. Srivastava graces NMIS convocation, gives away prizes to top students
  • China holds vast market for Indian iron ore
  • Dumping duty may be slapped on PIB
  • European liquor exporters seek lower import duty
  • Mundra Port commissions exports conveyor system
  • Raghuvir Singh & Sons inducts 3rd Reach Stacker at Kandla Port
  • Capt. Jayant M. Joshi appointed Dy Conservator of MbPT
  • Rail-cum-road vehicle
  • State govt clears Nagpur cargo hub project
  • Export of 50,000 t. coarse grains allowed
  • Export growth target slashed to 3 pc
  • Foreign Trade Analysis: Current Policy & Procedures
  • ACAAI, Ahmedabad, holds meeting of minds with members, airlines & service providers
  • IMC's 'India Calling' conference from Jan. 7 to 9, 2002
  • Mohan K. Aswani re-elected delegate to INTUC body

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 21, 2001
  • Montreal prices shoot higher on tight avails
  • World Fuel Services expands in marine fuels market with acquisition of Oil Shipping
  • Brazil market update
  • Bureau Veritas and RINA suspend alliance discussions
  • Rotterdam morning report: Almost fully booked for year-end

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World Wide Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 24, 2001
  • Port group applauds legislation funding seaport security enhancements
  • Transportation Security Administration successfully completing assigned duties
  • FAA dropping restrictions across most U.S. airspace
  • Port of Moses Lake director named Life Member of WPPA
  • Survey finds transportation firms who gain most customer respect

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Fairplayweb site
DECEMBER 21, 2001
  • Malaysian gas field opens
  • US Senate passes port security bill
  • Delays hit Zambia containers
  • Brazil fights fever with fines
  • Two liner consortiums merge
  • Japanese VLCC charters hit 5-year low
  • Halifax freezes tariffs
  • No change on Humber, says ABP
  • French owner boosts ferry fleet
  • Rotterdam labour headache relieved
  • Security alert in English Channel
  • Bremer Vulkan chiefs found guilty
  • UAE gets tough on compliance
  • Hanjin raises $50M
  • Rotterdam seeks bids for pipeline
  • Insolvable issues split BV and RINA
  • Chennai congestion surcharge cut
  • Isabella under tow after grounding
  • Foreign flags grab Oz coastal trade
  • Chinese rice boost for Thailand
  • CSL Australia vessel sale blocked

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 21, 2001
  • Lin: Taiwan is China gateway
    A trade minister says the island nation is ideally positioned as it and China enter the WTO.
  • Halifax freezes 2002 tariffs
    Harbor dues, berthage and anchorage fees, wharfage and passenger charges will remain unchanged.
  • Forwarder wins round vs. CSX Lines, Matson
    A Los Angeles forwarder can press its case over rates in the Hawaii trade.
  • Descartes buys Tradevision
  • EVA Airways names Yen
  • Feeders cut India surcharge
  • SNAME elects Rosenblatt
  • New York files to abandon rail car float line
  • Cargo vessel stopped and searched in Channel

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 21, 2001
  • ACLN issues clarifications
    The company's chairman has a general power of attorney from Sea Atef Shipping Company.
  • Vopak, Stolt-Nielsen cancel venture plan
    The chemical tanker joint venture plan was pulled to avoid a full merger investigation.
  • Sugar ship in security scare
    Anti-terrorist officers have swooped on a ship off the UK coast which they fear poses a security risk.
  • Kvaerner appoints new chief
    Helge Lund takes over from the transitional appointee Kristian Siem.
  • CP Ships gets US tax break
    The IRS ruling is similar to the one issued by Revenue Canada in August.
  • Port congestion delays ACLN shipments
    The company transported 18,000 pre-owned cars and trucks in October-November.
  • Indian breakers take VLCC
    Will India's February budget give breakers the breaks needed to move back into large tankers?
  • Bimantara severs ties with Cottew
    Suharto son Bambang Trihatmodjo and ex Osprey boss Tim Cottew cut last business link.
  • BV and RINA suspend alliance talks
    Marriage off but engagement continues as pre-nuptial deal on Erika proves elusive.
  • Two heads better than one for PSA
    Singapore port operator splits role of group presidency between two people.
  • Yen slips to new low against the dollar
    The Yen's weakness is providing a festive boost for shipowners and shipbuilders.
  • US senate backs port security bill
    Legislation to provide $3.3bn to beef up port security with greater monitoring of cargoes and crews.
  • Hanjin in fresh round of fund raising
    Korean liner giant raises $50m to help fund debt repayment.

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