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Shipping Timesweb site
DECEMBER 31, 2001
Shipping News
  • SingTel eyes China market for marine telecoms
    SINGTEL looks set to corner the lucrative Chinese language maritime communications market, offering traditional and simple Mandarin interfaces for the world's most widely-used remote satellite communications system.
  • HK box maker expands China base despite slow year
  • Kuching port raises RM180m via Islamic bonds
Air and Land Transport
  • Virgin Express, Belgium's DAT in talks to merge
    BELGIAN-based airline Virgin Express said it had entered into exclusive merger talks with investors in Sabena's former short-haul subsidiary Delta Air Transport .
  • Removal of agent not due to profiling: airline
  • America West first to get US grant
  • Air China official gets death for embezzlement
  • US seeks reasons for flight delays
  • Olympic Airways: talks on sale extended
  • Log Book

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Sched Netweb site
DECEMBER 31, 2001
  • Lok Ma Chau takes lion's share
  • Transmarine to include Pusan in its network
  • Merger delay 'not a problem'
  • Amsterdam to levy airport security charge
  • Aid schemes ratified
  • China woos foreign airlines
  • Diaz-Rohr new CIO at Lufthansa Cargo

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Cargowebweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2001
  • Ruling Washington for delay reporting
  • Chemoil stake in OceanConnect
  • Struggle for DAT birth
  • Boeing talks with Japanese producers
  • Airbus cuts monthly A320 output

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Exim Indiaweb site
DECEMBER 31, 2001
  • Scotland Yard waves on G. E. Shipping's m. v. Nisha
  • Wheat exports to Iraq after GBI inspects cleaning facilities: Minister
  • North Bengal exporters want more notified LCSs
  • Farm exports to Chile may rise
  • Anti-dumping duties imposed on 3 more Chinese products
  • Pak losing Basmati markets to India
  • NM Port buzzes with box traffic activity
  • Vizag Port Trust establishes new record in cargo handling
  • Maersk Benelux B.V. acquires Maersk Delta box terminal
  • Ispat to expand captive jetty capacity
  • Ministry relaxes norms for textile industry, simplifies procedures
  • Assocham: Scrap SAD
  • MSEB hikes power tariff by 4 pc
  • Japanese economist lists roadblocks to investors in India
  • Capexil seeks MAI grant to survey US market for rubber goods
  • Fieo sees need for tax relief on export profit
  • Hemant Bhatia is ACAAI Chairman
  • IPCL wins Plexconcil export award
  • ITPO to hold Tex-Styles India from Feb. 10, 2002

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2001
  • Price indications from Argentinean ports
  • OPEC confirms 1.5 million barrels cut for 6 months
  • EIA forecasts 32% increase in US energy use up to 2020
  • Chemoil Corporation joins OceanConnect as equity partner
  • Rotterdam morning market report

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Marine Logweb site
DECEMBER 30, 2001
  • Brits release suspect ship
    British authorities have released a cargo ship intercepted on December 21 in international waters
  • Court denies Maritrans claim
    Court says requirement to phase out single hull tank vessels is not a Fifth Amendment "taking"
  • New president & CEO for Kvaerner
    Helge Lund gets the job
  • $369.8 million contract for Ingalls
    Yard to build its twenty-fifth DDG 51

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Fairplayweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2001
  • Rotterdam liftings on the slide
  • Toxic fumes kill five crew
  • Thailand plans mega shipyard
  • Indonesia to merge ports
  • Argentina's default "will hit shipping"
  • Probe mounted into missing bulker
  • HHI spin-off on course

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2001
  • Tanker demand likely to hit 10-year low
    OPEC's agreement to slash crude production by 6.5%, together with matching cuts by non-OPEC producers, will reduce the demand for shipping by the equivalent of nearly 30 supertankers a month.
  • New India-Europe service to start Jan. 6
    The new service will combine two consortia comprising Evergreen Marine, "K" Line, Malaysian International Shipping, Shipping Corp. of India, Yang Ming and Zim Israel Navigation.
  • S. Korea lowers threshold for duties
    The new rules mean that duty will be levied on products worth $29 and more. Under current regulations, customs duties are imposed on goods whose value is $77 or higher.
  • Rail delays through Buffalo worsen
  • Gems, cash stolen from South African air-cargo depot
  • Maritrans loses OPA-90 case
  • Proposal outlines responsibilities of security agency

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 28, 2001
  • Cash crunch hits Argentinian shipowners
    The freeze on US dollar denominated bank accounts causes cash flow problems.
  • Brazil sets tanker safety rules
    Opening of the domestic market will allow import of oil products from 1 January, 2002.
  • Carnival keeps up bid pressure
    Micky Arison fights to win Princess through season of goodwill.
  • Jacksonville plans for deeper harbour
    A two-year $31.6m project will deepen St. Johns River Harbour by two feet.
  • TMM delays stock symbol change
    The symbol adjustment is pushed backed by five days to 31 December.
  • Skuld wins cash call backing
    Shipowners agree to dig into their pockets to find extra $40m for struggling P&I club.
  • Yakutsk detained again
    Tokyo MOU inspectors find plenty to complain about on 29-year-old ship.
  • Daedong out of receivership
    Order hopes rise as $76m bank deal ends South Korean yard's four year crisis.
  • Royal Caribbean sees pricing upturn
    Richard Fain is encouraged by improved bookings and sees brighter outlook.

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