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04 June 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 12:07 GMT+2

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Shipping Timesweb site
JANUARY 2, 2002
Shipping News
  • Liner shipping in for rough weather in year ahead
    THE container trade faces an even worse year in 2002, according to Europe's busiest port, Rotterdam, which suffered a 2.4 per cent drop in throughput from 6.3 million TEUs in 2000 to 6.1 million TEUs in 2001.
  • PSA faces delay in Belgian port venture
  • Our's better, Carnival says of Princess bid
Air and Land Transport
  • Air China retrenches 230 staff in first-ever job cuts
    FLAG carrier Air China has laid off about 230 employees, or around 2 per cent of its workforce, as part of its revamping efforts in the wake of a global downturn in the airline sector, the Xinhua news agency said.
  • US to impose aviation security fee from Feb 1
  • Air France plane makes emergency landing
  • Australia confirms fee cut for regional airlines
  • Boeing gets US nod to send data from flying aircraft
  • Report spurs massive spending on UK rail tracks
  • 2001 an awful year, but there's hope for 2002
    SOMETIMES at a year's end it is difficult to identify any one event that stands out more than the rest.

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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 2, 2002
  • Major players take new look at China, Australia links
  • Restructure for Coscon
  • China to attract rail investment
  • MOL, NYK downgraded
  • Hunan reports trade growth
  • Auction web to expand
  • China woos foreign airlines
  • America West receives conditional approval
  • Virgin in merger talks with DAT

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 2, 2002
  • Price cut gives Indian rice the edge over Pak
  • Flower exports droop
  • Dumping duty imposed on POY from S. Korea, Turkey
  • Software exports from Bangalore may touch $ 2.1 bn
  • Port & dock workers to observe day's token strike on Jan. 22
  • Concor commissions ICD-Miraj - Single window facility H Computerised environment * Direct BG rail link to gateway ports
  • Kerala charts out course for 3 waterways
  • Exim Bank inks LoC pact with Brazilian bank
  • Apparel exporters make out case for 'Express Green Card', Grievance Officer at Major Ports
  • Garment exporters present wish-list
  • TUF scheme still holds little lure for textile industry
  • PHDCCI to focus on reforms Phase-II
  • 10 'export quality' wheat zones identified
  • Industry pins revival hopes on Budget
  • Modify Cenvat rules to make it more practical, user-friendly: Ficci
  • 13-man panel formed to administer Investor Protection Fund
  • CII projects 5.5-6 pc GDP growth in 2002-03
  • Apeda identifies 7 potential AEZs in AP

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International Transport Journalweb site
DECEMBER 31, 2001
  • Good 2001 for ABP
  • More bananas for Portsmouth
  • Growth slows at Antwerp
  • Consignia sheds much weight
  • More efficient parcel service
  • Quarantine station for KLM
  • Maersk wants Maersk Delta Container Terminal stake back
  • Lower fees at Schiphol
  • DAT and Virgin Express negotiate
  • Luxair inaugurates CargoCenter

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 2, 2002
  • Shipping 'dollar industry' braced for first taste of euro
    SHIPPING interests in 12 European countries will today experience their first business day under a new currency.
  • HMM starts selling spree
    Hyundai Merchant Marine ended 2001 with a flurry of deals involving the sale of its headquarters building, the disposal of its shareholding links with the Hyundai Heavy shipyard. The debt-laden company is also under intense pressure to sell its car carrier division.
  • Decision day looms for China's LNG debut
    Key decisions on the shipping and shipbuilding arrangements for China's first liquefied natural gas project will be taken in the next two months.

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TradeWindsweb site
DECEMBER 31, 2001
  • Pertamina seeks two VLCCs
    Indonesian charterer returns to market for more large tanker tonnage just weeks after concluding a time-charter.
  • Joint ventures take aim at Spanish line
    Partnerships set to be leading contenders in Trasmediterranea sell off.
  • Bolero cuts staff
    Electronic bill of lading organisation axes 20 jobs but future of e.commerce venture not under threat.
  • CESA appoints new chairman and deputy
    European builders body appoints new chairman as mayoral duties force Portuguese incumbent to step aside.

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