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Shipping Timesweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2001
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  • Asia-US trade in H1 of 2002 expected to remain weak
    CONTAINER lines operating on Asia-US routes expect flat cargo business for much of the first half of 2002, continuing the trend of the second half of this year.
  • K Line S'pore to take over two routes from parent
  • Two consortia in India-Europe sector to merge next year
  • Evergreen, Cosco end slot deal
  • China Ship Dev buys transport firm from parent
Air and Land Transport
  • THAI's Oct-Dec revenue may fall 10%
    THAI Airways International said October-to-December revenue may fall as much as 10 per cent from a year ago, as demand fell and the carrier cut some flights to Pakistan and Oman on safety concerns.
  • Panel appointed to pick new chief dumped
  • China airlines urge adherence to market principles in merger talks
  • Hainan Air hires foreign pilots
  • Log Book

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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2001
  • New service on India-Europe trade
  • Hong Kong ports ranked cheap
  • Remote Chinese economic zone reports growth
  • CSXWT opens ATL logistics centre in Yantian
  • Qingdao port joins top 20
  • ICAO: traffic sluggish prior to September downturn
  • Beijing APC wins first class air freight certification
  • EVA names new CEO
  • Winners reach for the sky

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Cargowebweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2001
  • Next problem for Sabena-successor
  • Joint-venture Sea-Cargo and VCK
  • Asylum-seekers biggest problem for Eurotunnel
  • Next transport portal arriving
  • Evergreen revises its China - Australia links
  • Singapore in aircraft maintenance joint venture

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2001
  • GE Shipping to issue pref. shares to raise Rs 95 cr.
  • Larger global trade in pulses, firm prices projected
  • Dumping duty on HSR from Poland, EU mooted
  • German industry keen on closer trade ties with India
  • N. Dhilleswara Rao new chief of A&N Port
  • KPT to upgrade Gandhidham-Adipur drainage system
  • 'Our commitment is to make Chennai a true hub port ' - Capt. J.H. Sarbh - Amazing performance in just 25 days
  • Concor wins VPT tender for portside box terminal
  • Proposed int'l cargo hub at Nagpur to develop Vidarbha region
  • Concor to commission ICD-Jamshedpur soon
  • Move to curb rubber imports
  • Ficci study lists advantages of Euro for Indian firms, exporters
  • Panel wants ECGC capital base enlarged
  • India to join Asia Highway project club
  • Gujarat wants to export 1,00,000 bales cotton
  • Govt forms development council for textile machinery sector
  • MAT will deny full tax-holiday benefit, warns Ficci
  • SOPA moots steps to widen acreage, harvest larger soyabean crop
  • Certificates awarded to 10th batch of Export Import Workshop
  • New Argentina currency from January

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2001
  • Crude off early highs as doubts creep in about cut efficiency
  • North European markets mostly quiet between holidays
  • OPEC sources confirm January cut, aims to lift oil price into the 20s
  • Posted prices up in Saudi Arabia
  • Rotterdam morning market report
  • OPEC close to cut agreement

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International Transport Journalweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2001
  • T&B expands in Czech Republic and in Slovakia
  • BNSF and Swift start perishables service
  • Toyota is interested in MAN
  • Gruber has new partners
  • APR with Italmondo
  • Bureau Veritas and RINA suspend alliance discussions
  • Indian Subcontinent - Europe trade gets a boost
  • CMA CGM Ravel
  • Mediterranean Shipping Company (USA) announces new Caribbean service
  • Evergreen revises its China - Australia links

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World Wide Shipperweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2001
  • Port of Coos Bay submits project list to state of Oregon
  • Corps of Engineers looking for comment on Columbia dredge plans
  • DOT approves Delta move to work with foreign carriers
  • Portland Airport placing noise study back on line
  • Hanjin adds 5,500TEU ship to Europe/Asia/US West Coast trade

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Il Sole 24 Ore On Lineweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2001
  • Genova, grandi lavori in porto
    Un nuovo bacino e tempi brevi per l'ampliamento dell'area Voltri
  • I cantieri minori lanciano l'allarme

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Lloyd's Listweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2001
  • Bushfires add to woes of insurers
    AUSTRALIAN insurers, still reeling from turbulent market events earlier in the year, face a hefty new bill as a result of the bush fires that swept across New South Wales.
  • Coast Guard pair in dock for fraud
    A FORMER US Coast Guard paralegal and another man have been indicted on conspiracy charges following an 18-month investigation into a false documentation racket.
  • Evergreen to pull out of Cosco slot charter pact
    TAIWANESE carrier Evergreen is set to terminate its slot charter agreement with China's Cosco in the China-Australia trade from February, a move that suggests a reversal of Evergreen's recent softening of its independent stance.
  • P&O Princess shares peak amid merger excitement
    BRITAIN'S P&O Princess Cruises yesterday forecast that full-year profit would be at the top end of its previous expectations as company moved ahead with its planned merger with Royal Caribbean Cruises.

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2001
  • Evergreen, Cosco to end slot-share pact
    Evergreen in February is expected to begin to use its slot allocation on Lloyd Triestino's services between China and Singapore and between Australia and Singapore.
  • India to sell 51% stake in ocean carrier
    The government expects a strategic partner to provide technical and management expertise, in addition to investing in fleet expansion at Shipping Corp. of India.
  • Chemoil takes stake in OceanConnect
  • Heavy snow slows NS operations around Buffalo
  • Crowley taps Grune to head Ship Assist and Escort Services
  • South Korea to expand Inchon airport
  • Two charged in Coast Guard license scheme
  • Bangladesh, Myanmar plan shipping links

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 27, 2001
  • Lawsuits mount against ACLN
    Class action suits accuse the car carrier company of misleading the investing public.
  • P&O Princess inches up profit forecast
    Cruise liner takeover target says bookings up on last year, but prices still lagging behind.
  • Chemoil buys into OceanConnect
    Chemoil is using OceanConnect as its exclusive online system for buying and selling fuels.
  • Kvaerner delays share issue
    Hiccups with small creditors delay next episode in the troubled group's survival soap.
  • TMM replaces stock symbols
    The move is a result of the merger of TMM with Grupo TMM.
  • Search abandoned for missing capesize
    Passing vessels collect debris from missing Transmed bulker Christopher, but no sign of crew or ship.
  • SCI sell off moves up a gear
    The Shipping Corp of India has passed through another privatisation green light.
  • WG&A plans fleet growth
    Philippines ferry operator is looking ahead at expanding its operations in the next two years.
  • Singapore approves Cosco share listing increase
    Exchange gives green light to share base expansion to fund repair yard acquisition.
  • HMM sells Hyundai Heavy Industries shares
    Debt-laden Korean shipping firm has disposed of shares in group sibling to aid shipbuilders' breakaway.
  • Five seafarers die cleaning vessel
    Toxic fumes are being blamed for the deaths of seafarers onboard a vessel at a Malaysian port.
  • For Daedong now read STX Shipbuilding
    Korean yard's new owner seeks to stamp corporate identity on acquisition.
  • Investors turn bullish on Sanoyas
    Financial markets upgrade values of smaller shipbuilders as Japanese yen continues downward spiral.
  • Yard sale to boost IHI finances
    Sale of Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries' former Tokyo yard to lift year-end profits by $46m.
  • Kawasaki opts for shipbuilding spin off
    Engineering giant cites improved efficiency and global competition for decision to separate yards.

Vincenzo Miele



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