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Shipping Timesweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2002
Shipping News
  • Shipowners, Asian yards in roundtable talks
    IN an unprecedented move, four global shipowner's bodies discussed quality shipbuilding standards with major Asian shipbuilders as part of a one-day industry roundtable on Monday.
  • Eleven bunker surveyors convicted
  • Evergreen Line is overdrawn Marine to register ships in UK
  • P&O Princess spurns Carnival's revised proposal
  • Lang expects rail assets to boost income
Air and Land Transport
  • Central European airlines need partners to survive: analyst
    CENTRAL Europe's three main national airlines, all loss-making last year in the aftermath of the Sept 11 attacks on the United States, can only survive if they look beyond the region for alliances, an industry analyst said.
  • Ryanair's fiscal Q3 earnings jump 35%
  • China cabinet endorses airline merger plan
  • SwissAir in talks to sell catering arm to US group
  • Delta flight forced to return to Denver
  • United Air passenger traffic drops 16%
  • Southwest's passenger volume down 4.9% in Jan
  • China Eastern to sell 2 cargo jets to unit

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Sched Netweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2002
  • Heung-A rings the changes
  • World Fuel Services reports strong third quarter
  • Czech mate for NYK Line
  • MOL Ingenuity replaces Danube
  • Hong Kong given Cargo Airport of the Year 2002 award
  • China Eastern orders 30 to 50 Airbus aircraft
  • Southwest Airlines releases January traffic results
  • United Airlines realigns management

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Cargowebweb site
FEBRUARY 5, 2002
  • US transportation budget grows for war
  • 17.6 per cent growth PSA Group in January
  • KLM traffic down
  • British airports: slow recovery
  • U-Freight America launches logistics subsidiary
  • Evergreen: Taiwan's local airlines should merge

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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2002
  • Delmas starts direct service between Singapore & East Africa
  • Senator to streamline transpacific services
  • Republic of Moldova joins IMO
  • "K" Line to set up operation centre in Singapore
  • Zim acquires renowned logistics provider
  • Wallenius Wilhelmsen unit names Heintzelman as Vice-President
  • ECU-Line offers Antwerp-Havana service
  • Maersk Pacific expands Tacoma terminal
  • MISC, OOCL improve Euro coastal services
  • A.P. Moller renames terminal unit
  • Contship Italia orders 10 Kalmar RTGs for delivery this year
  • MOL, Oman settle LNG carrier sale, charter
  • Port of Tanjung Pelepas picks up biggest cranes in South-East Asia
  • APL opens own office in Riga to tap Baltic region's potential
  • GAC moves to Jebel Ali
  • Safmarine launches Big-Leaf Maple service
  • Sir David is non-Exec Director on P&O Board
  • A beehive of feedering activity - Delta Terminal at Port of Rotterdam
  • US-bound boxes passing via S'pore may be x-rayed
  • New records for Singapore
  • UASC joins Inttra
  • AAL upgrades liner services
  • OTAL appoints new manager for Germany
  • BoB extends Rs 200 crore loan to SCI
  • Spinners envisage misuse of PSF dumping duty
  • Software exports post 25 pc growth in third quarter
  • China Eastern Airlines to start Delhi service
  • Concor's ICD-Guntur now fully equipped to meet trade demands
  • Let's export the domestic glut, steel units urge govt
  • Ficci urges govt to take up main anti-dumping issues with WTO
  • Task force to go into steel sector woes
  • Naidu holds out SEZ before foreign investors
  • Exim Bank plans to issue Rs 700 cr. bonds soon
  • Business Confidence Index perks up from Oct. '01
  • Fiscal deficit shoots up by 18 per cent in April-December 2001
  • Gail poised to don garb of global infrastructure entity
  • Radical strategy to promote services exports in the offing: Prasad
  • Far-reaching changes in textiles duty structure mooted - Steering Group submits report to PMO
  • Agro, processed farm goods face Customs duty hike
  • Strategy will help in textile market penetration-SRTEPC chief
  • WTC seminar on agro & food industry on Feb. 13
  • 'Enterprise Initiative: India' introduced in UK: Griffith

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 5, 2002
  • Some tight avails in Panama
  • Chile market update
  • Bunker market report for Argentina
  • Italy gets its first ever bunker industry seminar
  • Strike threats easing in US oil refineries
  • Kuwait looking to restore lost oil by early March
  • Prices for Montevideo/Alpha Zone, new bunker tanker operating smoothly
  • IPE begins 2002 with record volumes
  • Rotterdam market report
  • Brazil fuel oil firmer
  • API stats expected to show a rise in stocks, crude oil falls
  • Prices from Russian ports

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International Transport Journalweb site
FEBRUARY 5, 2002
  • EuroAirport tonnage down
  • Kuehne & Nagel stretches out to Mongolia
  • Grimaldi supports de-listing from OSE
  • Planzer buys Docks Consorzio
  • Frans Maas takes over Cargo Service
  • DAS air cargo extend East African operations
  • PSA group rebounds with 17.6% growth in January 2002
  • Menzies Aviation Group to cease operations in Korea
  • Portland: North Marine Drive project reaches midpoint
  • Matson sells two ships to Sea Star venture
  • Inland shipping freight market, week 05, 28th January/1st February, 2002

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Marine Logweb site
FEBRUARY 5, 2002
  • Good news, bad news in Bush budget proposals
    Shipbuilders and ship operators alike will find things to dislike in President Bush's Budget proposals for Fiscal Year 2003

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Lloyd's Listweb site
FEBRUARY 6, 2002
  • Top owner groups push for newbuilds yardstick
    IN an unprecedented and radical move, the world's four main shipowners' organisations are jointly pushing a new minimum standard for newbuildings to be introduced across the board in the next few years.
  • Panic as laden tanker goes wrong way up Channel
    A LIBERIAN-flagged tanker, laden with 54,000 tonnes of fuel oil, became the second vessel in a little over a week to provoke a panic among French marine surveillance services as she took the northbound lane of the Channel traffic separation system off Brittany in the wrong direction, writes Andrew Spurrier, Paris.
  • P&O Princess performs better than expected
    P&O PRINCESS yesterday shrugged off the effects of September 11 and reported better-than-anticipated results for 2001, putting pressure on Carnival Corp to increase its #3.6bn ($5.07bn) hostile takeover bid.

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Fairplayweb site
FEBRUARY 5, 2002
  • Lykes ship loses 60 boxes in storm
  • ValuShip lied, says owner's agent
  • Fesco, HMM in Pacific route-share
  • Chinese THC put on hold
  • Passengers to fund US Customs hike
  • Perama strikes tomorrow
  • Hitachi Zosen casts off ship division
  • Thai port DG vows to tackle crime
  • Foul weather delays Kodima salvage
  • Singapore reverses box decline
  • Box venture 'will not fold'
  • Møller takes on Kingston terminal
  • Samsung yard to go digital
  • Singapore sets up Admiralty Court
  • WTO entry 'will hit Chinese yards'
  • Statia to vote on Kaneb bid
  • USCG gets record budget increase
  • Princess doubles 4Q profits

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
FEBRUARY 5, 2002
  • Organized crime steps up piracy
    A new report blames crime rings for an increase in violent thefts of entire vessels and their cargoes in 2001.
  • BAA profits off in 3Q
    The world's largest airport operator reported a 21% decline in third-quarter pre-tax profits.
  • Customs wants to pre-screen imports
    Customs chief Robert C. Bonner told a meeting of importers that they will be rewarded for their cooperation with expedited treatment of cargo.
  • Airborne CEO Cline, Brazier to retire
  • Shipbuilders slam Bush budget
  • Box growth for PSA
  • UPS looking at Europe deals
  • UPS names Paredes Americas VP
  • Logistics.com offers multi-modal transport planning
  • Fritz to head disaster response initiative
  • BAX sees first profit since 2000
  • Cargolux names S. America exec
  • IMF probing Indonesia customs
  • Genlyte Thomas Group tabs Emery Forwarding

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 5, 2002
  • Fortum exits suezmax sector
    Irano-Hind confirmed as $35m buyer of Finland's largest tanker.
  • SCI cuts debts ahead of privatisation
    Shipping Corp of India is reducing number of ship mortgages with new loan.
  • OceanConnect rejigs sales team
    The online bunker trading firm seeks more broker-type sales personnel.
  • GNV revenue rises
    Commitments to G8 summit shrink passenger numbers for Italian cruise ferry company Grandi Navi Veloci.
  • Shun Tak taps lucrative Chinese market
    Ferry operator is starting service between Shenzhen and the gamblers' paradise of Macau.
  • Tepco confirms LNG option
    Japanese power utility goes ahead with second gas carrier newbuilding.
  • Evergreen to flag to Europe
    UK and Italian registers to get over half of top liner fleet.
  • Speed limit threatens to put brakes on Tranz Rail
    New Zealand ferry owner may cut sailings or capacity on inter-island route if environmental measures adopted.
  • P&O profits slip back
    Cruise line says first quarter bookings on track, but sees summer shortfalls.
  • SembCorp orders in Korea
    Contract for small product tanker plus two options signed with Samho.
  • Shell chartered tanker held in Australia
    Twenty-two-year-old aframax on charter to an oil major snared in port state control net.
  • Japan begins search for cargoship
    Cambodian-flagged Lan Jie, with 19 crew aboard, has been missing since 26 January.
  • Singapore establishes Admiralty Court
    New court aims to reinforce country's status as a leading shipping hub.
  • MOL merges Philippine training centres
    Owner consolidates MOL and former Navix facilities into one centre in Manila suburbs.
  • Kodima salvage delayed until Thursday
    Salvors Wisjmuller waiting for better weather before attempting to move cargoship grounded off UK coast.
  • Mersey Docks invests in local ship repairer
    Port of Liverpool operator takes 50% stake in Northwestern Shiprepairs and Shipbuilders.

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