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Shipping Timesweb site
MAY 28, 2001
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  • Canberra to impose ballast water rule on foreign vessels
    AUSTRALIA'S quarantine authorities will soon enforce tough ballast water arrangements for foreign vessels as part of the government's quest to arrest the introduction of exotic marine pests.
  • More Indian port woes
  • Austal lays off more than 200 workers
  • Keppel T&T sells 4th vessel, for US$11.8m
  • Bulker runs aground at Johor Shoal
Air and Land Transport
  • ANA climbs back into the black
    JAPAN's All Nippon Airways Co Ltd said Friday it returned to the black in the year to March due to strong growth in international business class sales and robust domestic demand.
  • Nut-throwing Cathay pilot loses appeal against sacking
  • Thai Air to spend US$100m in 2 years to upgrade service
  • American Air, Delta, US Airways also up fares
  • Frankfurt airport valued at US$2.9b in IPO
  • Log Book

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MAY 25, 2001
  • Malcom McLean dead at 87
    Malcom P. McLean revolutionized the shipping industry with his introduction of the container ship.
  • U.S. interests call for MSP renewal
    A bevy of U.S.-flag shipping interests have signed a letter calling for reauthorization of the Maritime Security Program with the retention of contractual commitments and U.S. citizenship requirements.
  • Cho Yang dumped from Suez pendulum
    The struggling carrier's slot allocation on United Alliance services is being withdrawn, significantly reducing its presence in the U.S. market.
  • Collaboration key to SCM: UPS exec
    Streamlining the logistics supply chain? Collaborate or perish, says UPS.
  • Singapore sees prospect in K&N deal
    The acquisition of USCO logistics by Kuehne & Nagel is expected to give its Singapore partner greater access to American markets.
  • EU scales back air slots plan
  • Indian port clearance could take three weeks
  • Cyclone threat shuts India's Kandla port
  • Mercury Air names Lovett EVP
  • USF receives Chinese license

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Sched Netweb site
MAY 28, 2001
  • Tibet foreign trade to double
  • Conterm and Transclal in US-Israel pact
  • CIG Zhapu Terminal joins TT Club
  • New Greece agent for OOCL
  • BA's full year profit hits high
  • LYNX helps USPS to catch up in Europe
  • Riau eyes July opening date
  • AirGulf Express launches web site

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Cargowebweb site
MAY 25, 2001
  • Double trouble for ECT in Rotterdam
  • Kuehne & Nagel to Acquire USCO Logistics
  • UPS expanding in forwarding
  • strikes distribution deal
  • Fast growth plans Schenker in US
  • Ex-minister of Germany to arbitrate at Lufthansa
  • USF receives Chinese license
  • Doubt about acquisition of US Airways by United

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Exim Indiaweb site
MAY 28, 2001
  • Total commitment to serve Indian trade: Ignazio Messina's Director
  • Globelink WW makes its mark within a year
  • Exporters still denied duty refund under Brand Rate: SRTEPC chief
  • Ficci forms 4 working groups with Spanish chamber
  • Canadian green tech majors scout for JVs in India
  • Exports to Brazil up by 117 pc in Q1
  • Exim Bank study spots trade prospects in Australia, New Zealand
  • HSL move to expand docking space
  • Premier RORO operations conducted at Paradip Port - Reshamsingh Group achieves another milestone
  • China building e-port in Dandong
  • CSL delivers Amindivi to Lakshadweep
  • Storm gate at ID collapses
  • Mentari Lion opening new routes to East Timor, India, Taiwan
  • EVA Airways planning to expand fleet
  • European airlines make commitment to customer service
  • Good show by Lufthansa Cargo
  • British Airways flies high on positive results
  • Air France Orders Boeing Freighters
  • JAL's profit doubles
  • Dragonair adds Osaka
  • Danzas growing
  • Increase in sugar export concessions ruled out
  • Hike in postal tariffs
  • Study panel moots opening up of SSI sector with 30 pc export rider
  • Apparel parks scheme on anvil: Rana
  • Cyclone hovers off Gujarat coast
  • India, Australia to co-operate in energy, mining sector
  • Normal monsoon forecast

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MAY 25, 2001
  • New weekly global averages
  • Steady market in Brazil this week
  • Iraq threatens to halt crude oil exports
  • Tanker fixtures reveal record Syrian crude oil exports
  • Improved avails in Pacific Northwest
  • Prices softer on the US West Coast

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Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weeklyweb site
MAY 28, 2001
  • Fruit fraud allegations quashed
  • Gauteng reveals plans for R60-m IDZ at City Deep
  • Cook to look after CMA CGM
  • Emirates undertakes marathon evaluation journey
  • Iberia plans to increase frequencies
  • Lufthansa records best ever results
  • New system sees air fares from Zimbabwe spiral
  • Afribike desperately needs containers
  • Free US workshop
  • New system traces overweight trucks in motion
  • Lines take issue with Portnet's new structure
  • P&ON joins Unicorn on Namibia/Angola route
  • Pro Line aims for increased frequency
  • Unicorn provides dedicated Maputo service
  • 'Change agent' Kingwill tackles fruit terminal challenge
  • Lykes offers real time web schedules
  • Ronnie Kingwill looking back
  • Transnet sheds pension fund shackles
  • Exporters' Club needs golf day sponsors
  • SA comes to the Trans Kalahari Corridor party
  • AP Moller takes third terminal operator spot
  • Citrus body cuts deal to improve pricing
  • Record truck overload
  • Reefer specialist adds Dutch port
  • Three in a row for K&N
  • Sacob pushes for change in holiday cluster
  • Vandals delay 63% of NRZ trains
  • New ship safety laws will cost shipowners dearly
  • Mpumalanga Airport gets the green light
  • Kencargo's Africa - Middle East network officially takes off
  • Two die in Swazi border pile-up

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MAY 28, 2001
  • Brussels set to go easy on Tirrenia subsidy row
    BRUSSELS is due to publish within days a much softer-than-expected report into state subsidies for Italian ferry group Tirrenia di Navigazione, which is likely to provoke anger among rival Italian...
  • Arbitrators vindicated over piracy case ruling
    ARBITRATORS have been cleared by London's High Court of allegations of serious irregularity in their findings over an incident of piracy in the China seas, writes Roger Pearson. Petro...
  • Martinoli SAM wins contract to manage Renaissance fleet
    MONTE Carlo-based Martinoli SAM has been chosen by Renaissance Cruises to run the marine and technical operations of its 10-ship fleet Lloyd's List can reveal, writes Giovanni Paci. T...

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Fairplayweb site
MAY 25, 2001
  • Flags reach transfer agreement
  • Fairplay entertains at Nor-Shipping
  • Holiday break
  • Gujarat awaits cyclone
  • Ports 'must strengthen security'
  • Renaissance purge continues
  • Cat to link Torres islanders
  • Hyundai MM warns on cruising
  • Australia lifts Barrier Reef fines
  • Chennai limps back to work
  • ShipIQ confirms third-party charter
  • Djakarta Lloyd ends foreign loans
  • Truckers block Buenaventura
  • EISA 'is lowest bidder for tankers'
  • USCG seizes Evergreen records
  • Belize awaits UAE ban confirmation

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
MAY 25, 2001
  • Pays-Bas: une taxe au kilomètre pour le transport de marchandises
    Comme nous l’avons déjà annoncé, les Pays-Bas renoncent à l’installation de portiques de péage pour le road-pricing et introduiront à la place une taxe au kilomètre. Des tests techniques, qui auront lieu à partir de 2003, devront déterminer quel système sera le plus adéquat. Si ce choix intervient rapidement, la taxe au kilomètre pour le transport de fret pourra être introduite avant fin 2003. C’est ce qu’a déclaré la ministre néerlandaise des Transports, Tineke Netelenbos, mardi après-midi lors du congrès NVVP ‘Choisir pour le renouvellement’ à Rotterdam. Netelenbos a dit que l’introduction de la taxe au kilomètre pour poids lourds est une conséquence du fait que l’Allemagne veut d’ici 2004 supprimer l’Eurovignette et introduire un système de taxe au kilomètre pour poids lourds.
  • Hong-Kong mise sur l’intégration de la logistique pour desservir la Chine
    “Le port de Hong-Kong est fiable, c’est la porte d’accès à l’hinterland chinois, sa localisation exceptionnelle à l’estuaire du delta de la rivière Pearl en fait un véritable hub de transport, l’objectif est maintenant d’intégrer totalement la logistique pour la desserte de ce vaste hinterland” Jim Poon, président de la Hong-Kong Liner Shipping Association s’est livré mercredi dernier à Anvers à un plaidoyer en faveur de ce centre portuaire, dont le thème, était: “Hong-Kong Container Port: your right routing choice”.
  • Quand le camion charge, trie et décharge sa cargaison
    La foire-exposition de Munich était cette année assurément fertile en nouveautés dans le domaine des équipements, qu’il s’agisse de wagons, de camions et autres engins de manutention. La firme allemande TLS Logistics GmbH, pour sa part, s’est distinguée avec la présentation d’un concept très particulier, à savoir le camion équipé de systèmes de chargement, triage et déchargement automatique. Concept assurément révolutionnaire, qui implique à la fois les entrepôts d’entreprises, mais aussi des wagons de chemins de fer pour autant que conçus en conséquence et pour des trafics spécifiques.

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TradeWindsweb site
MAY 25, 2001
  • Dr Peters snaps up Taiwanese bulkers
    German financier Dr Peters has finally managed to secure three panamax bulkers from Taiwan's former Far Eastern Silo.
  • Costa Cruises relocates US headquarters
    The move will help facilitate future expansion plans and puts the company closer to Port Everglades.
  • Gearbulk profits rise
    Dry bulk owner Gearbulk has until the end of the month to decide on two newbuilding options.
  • Pan Ocean mulls chemical tanker newbuildings
    Korean shipowner Pan Ocean is considering growing its fleet.
  • Federal shipping budget increase sought in US
    US shipping representatives see a pressing need for improving the nation's marine infrastructure.
  • Ferry orders fail to bail out Babcock Borsig
    The parent company of Kiel yard HDW has announced an interim loss despite strong ship orders.
  • Jahre Viking in half price deal
    Charter rate for world's biggest tanker dives to $31,000 a day.
  • Japanese maritime firms post mixed results
    Two companies suffered losses in fiscal 2000, and three others turned in positive results.
  • Fredriksen splashes out again
    Norwegian tanker king buys $52m London home.
  • Lunni to solve US crisis as Finns ink tankers
    Old tankers could be used as floating power stations after company orders replacement tonnage.
  • Four crew die in alcohol tragedy
    Bootleg drink purchased in Egyptian port turns out to be methanol.
  • Losses continue at Nenaco
    The Philippines ferry operator is moving further into the red.
  • TradeWinds today is a year old
    Internet service that brings the hot shipping news to your desktop passes a milestone.
  • Sumitomo slumps further into the red
    Losses worsen at Japanese shipbuilder as order level slows, despite weakened yen.
  • Vosper clinches floating hotel newbuilding
    UK shipbuilder wins contract to build the UK's first floating hotel.

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