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Shipping Timesweb site
JANUARY 11, 2002
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  • Cosco to sail weekly to Boston port from March
    CHINA's largest shipping company, the China Ocean Shipping Group , will begin weekly trips between Asia and Boston in March, even as other Asian lines cut routes amid falling rates.
  • Pelepas port management shake-up talk quashed
  • Moore Stephens launches recruiting service
Air and Land Transport
  • Airbus beats Boeing with more orders last year
    AIRBUS won contracts for more new aircraft than US rival Boeing Co last year as airlines placed orders for the European planemaker's new 550-seat A380, which will be the largest commercial jet.
  • Qantas, maintenance staff agree on wage freeze
  • ANA to market flights with two small domestic airlines
  • Ryanair files new complaint with EU against Lufthansa
  • Cathay pilots complying with their contract

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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 11, 2002
  • Cosco Logistics officially up and running
  • Customs reports record tariff revenues at Xiamen port
  • Savannah's new Mason facility reports growing business
  • Hong Kong and mainland speakers at TOC 2002 Asia
  • GAC upgrades Turkey web site
  • Emirates removes fuel surcharge
  • Air freight conference in Seoul
  • Shanghai cargo procedures streamlined
  • Asiana divests

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Cargowebweb site
JANUARY 10, 2002
  • U.S. Postal with British Post in Europe
  • Big take-over in German logistics
  • Negative message about air traffic
  • ChemConnect acquiring CheMatch
  • Kuehne & Nagel joins
  • US Rail ton-miles record in 2001
  • Celarix gets USD 17 million funding

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 11, 2002
  • MoS pursuing case for tonnage tax, depreciation rate hike in Budget
  • Definitive dumping duties on PoY mooted
  • NM Port attracts cruise liners too!
  • Kandla Port sets new record in cargo handling
  • Concor's Nagpur Container Terminal completes 5 years
  • 15 goods face excise duty hike before Budget
  • Apeda envisages larger export market for potatoes
  • ICMF: Raw cotton import duty hike will cripple textile industry
  • Mait presents Budget wish-list to Fin. Ministry
  • Funds tied up for 77 km of National Highway-4
  • Committee suggests exclusive NRI-promoted projects in SEZs
  • Ports, shipping sectors ripe for overseas investments: Vedprakash - 'Berths awaiting ships now'

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 10, 2002
  • US Gulf suppliers push prices down on the back of sluggish demand
  • Steady to slightly softer market in Antwerp today, Rotterdam slightly firmer
  • Bunker prices for North European markets
  • Steady market in Piraeus
  • Singapore softens some more, but may have bottomed out
  • Italian markets softening
  • Gibraltar deliveries back to normal, congestion easing
  • Prices softer in Japan as congestion eases
  • Hong Kong quiet, Taiwan posted prices down on all grades
  • Korea soft on low demand, regional weakness
  • Rotterdam steady despite soft crude on tight avails
  • New York and Philadelphia prices slide on good avails, slow market
  • Steady markets in Montreal and Halifax, some chance of price fall

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International Transport Journalweb site
JANUARY 11, 2002
  • Hellmann: new branch in Denver
  • Spinnaker launches executive search service
  • BV continues commitment to marine gas transportation research
  • Concept approval for GGT containment system
  • Marad will play role in transportation security agency
  • Maersk Sealand raises Japanese port charges
  • Product tanker for OMI Corp
  • Cosco/"K" Line/Yang Ming add Boston to Pacific Pendulum
  • First-quarter loss for Greenbrier
  • Railamerica acquires US West Coast short lines

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JANUARY 10, 2002
  • Three port commissioners make it official in Seattle
  • Portland port board updates transportation improvement plan
  • Transportation marketing group looking for award program entries
  • Boeing leading the way in 2001 airline deliveries
  • Olympia Port Commission meetings to be taped for community television

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Il Sole 24 Ore On Lineweb site
JANUARY 11, 2002
  • Trieste, scontro sui container
    Attesa tra una settimana la svolta per la permanenza o meno della compagnia di navigazione Lloyd
  • La «tonnage tax» rinviata al 2003

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 11, 2002
  • We're being picked on says Tonga
    ONE of the latest additions to the world of open registries has made it clear it is not enjoying a sudden burst of publicity in the past few days, writes Nigel Lowry in Athens.
  • Russia-China axis in class push into Asia
    THE Russian Maritime Register of Shipping and China Classification Society have entered into a formal agreement for "enhanced co-operation", with the Asian market in particular in their sights .
  • Investors unlikely to stomach 'poison pill'
    LEADING institutional investors are expected to raise concerns about the "poison pill" arrangements embedded in the P&O Princess-Royal Caribbean Cruise joint venture when they meet next week at the Association of British Insurers.
  • P&O Princess faces Valentine's Day massacre
    THE two rivals vying for the hand of P&O Princess have begun to pitch their respective hard sells to the UK operator's shareholders, ahead of a crucial extraordinary meeting on February 14.

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Fairplayweb site
JANUARY 10, 2002
  • Argentine upheavals spare maritime
  • Ill-timed hike slammed in Argentina
  • Hainan Haisheng Shipping acquired
  • China's port management transferred
  • Danube still blocked by ice
  • Court rules on working conditions
  • Karachi to float $25M dredge tender
  • Zim to be privatised 'by March'
  • P&O confirms Hyundai port talks
  • Cochin security on red alert
  • EBRD to help with Latvian sale
  • Doctored fuel is 'tip of iceberg'
  • Mumbai hit by dockers strike
  • Thailand to enlarge cruise berths
  • ANL back on Bass Strait
  • USCG admits port security weakness
  • Korea to implement Chinese charge
  • Portland approves $747M investment
  • Terrorism costs bite US port guards

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 10, 2002
  • Key test for Swiss airline plan
    Switzerland will see if a plan to forge a new airline from bankrupt Swissair will fly with voters.
  • Lines slate Asia-US East Coast service
    The new all-water service will include a direct call at Boston.
  • Cosco unit expanding Thai terminal
    The Port of Laem Chabang is being expanded as part of a terminal sale to Cosco's local agent.
  • Hellmann opens Denver office
  • US&T renamed Velocity Express
  • Varig to resume Miami-Manaus flights
  • Americas Systems offers project management software
  • Mitsui adds more Vastera software
  • Kuehne & Nagel joins

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
JANUARY 11, 2002
  • Hesse Noord Natie: 45,11 mio. de t de diverses en 2001
    Hesse Noord Natie, le nouveau géant de la manutention portuaire à Anvers, qui est issu de la fusion des entreprises Noord Natie et Hessenatie et dont le groupe PSA est appelé à prendre le contrôle prochainement, a traité l’année dernière un trafic de 3,51 millions de TEU, ce qui correspond à 83,61% du trafic containérisé global du port d’Anvers, à supposer que le score final de ce dernier soit de 4,2 mio. de TEU (ce dernier chiffre est encore provisoire pour l’instant).
  • Haniel Container Line complète son offre en transports intermodaux
    L’opérateur fluvial containérisé Haniel Container Line (HCL) est chargé depuis début janvier de la représentation commerciale à Anvers des terminaux intérieurs de CTS à Cologne, DCH à Düsseldorf et UCT à Dormagen. Les trois terminaux font partie du groupe sud-africain Imperial Holding, tout comme Haniel (depuis 1999). “En unissant nos activités, nous pouvons proposer à notre clientèle une palette complète en matière de transports intermodaux”, nous a dit Hans Sijthoff, managing director de HCL à Anvers.
  • SNCB: les prévisions pessimistes des syndicats sont encore inférieures à la réalité
    Evolution de la dette de la SNCB, budget d’investissements 2001-2012, budget d’exploitation 2002, ABX: tels ont été les principaux points développés par le Front commun syndical de la SNCB au cours d’une conférence de presse à Bruxelles. Les syndicats estiment avoir eu raison trop tôt, mais surtout, ils s’inquiètent de l’évolution financière de la société, des développements vers la perte d’unicité de la société et du manque de personnel.
  • Les bas tarifs donnent une image déformée de la reprise du secteur aérien européen
    Si les cotations des compagnies aériennes européennes ont légèrement augmenté suite aux meilleurs chiffres de décembre, les analystes estiment toutefois qu’il est trop tôt pour crier victoire. L’amélioration du taux d’occupation est entre autres dû aux remises tarifaires importantes accordées par les compagnies.

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 10, 2002
  • Argentinian ship pilots, owners at odds
    Ship pilots are seeking payments according to the new currency exchange rate.
  • ICCL seeks effective waterside patrol
    Cruise ships have to lower lifeboats to assist in security patrol at some ports.
  • Tsakos snaps up Diamond Echo
    It's official. Tanker prices are on the slide as single hull, 1990s-built unit finally gets sold.
  • Horst Rahe set for huge windfall
    Row flares over German owner's $178m each way bet on the future of P&O Princess.
  • Iino does tanker switch
    Japanese owner markets modern sales candidate while rumours link company with newbuilding order.
  • Argentinian bunker prices remain steady
    The local currency devaluation is not likely to inflate bunker prices.
  • Nordic American cuts dividend
    Time charter rates for BP suezmaxes fall to near floor levels.
  • Brostrom revises stock index
    Swedish tanker owner invites comparison with OMI and Stelmar.
  • Jo Tankers builds fleet
    Chemical tanker player exercises purchase option and locks in two more ships.
  • ULCC newbuilding emerges onto bleak market
    The look of Hellespont's 442,00-dwt tanker earned it the nickname "white elephant". Will it become one?
  • TTS moves up a gear
    Bergen supplier becomes second largest in world with $18m takeover of Hamworthy KSE.
  • MSC boxship proves repeat offender
    Australian port state control detained eight ships during December, including an 'old friend'.
  • Dull times for Color Line
    Fewer passengers take a trip on Norwegian ferry owner's ships.
  • HMM talks ports to P&O
    More bailout cash could be coming the way of Korean owners as it moves to sell-off assets.

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