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Cargowebweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2002
  • Brussels clears joint venture Duisburg
  • Loss for SAS in 2001
  • British Airports recovery
  • Order for Eagle Eye
  • UPS expands online tools outside US
  • Eurotunnel need debt restructuring

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Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 13, 2002
  • Maersk agency to acquire Safmarine's agency network barring SA, Zimbabwe
  • Apeda aiming at exporting mangoes, products worth Rs 650 cr. by 2007
  • Steel cos switch focus to vast Chinese market
  • Govt switches focus to lowering average customs duty level to 23 per cent
  • Leather sector seeks duty-free inputs to boost exports
  • Tobacco Board lists steps to boost cigarette exports
  • DEPB for 3 more years
  • Sinha hints at pruning corporate tax
  • Chemical producers seek duty-free imports of fuel oil, LSHS
  • Sinha free to chalk out reforms path
  • Seafood exporters seek duty relief to set up supply chain
  • Customs examination norms for export goods relaxed
  • Centre sets terms for Navi Mumbai SEZ
  • Gail scanning global market for petro projects
  • MPEDA: Scrap manual checking fees by foreign airlines at Kolkata airport
  • CII Workshops on knowledge sharing with NGOs from Feb. 14

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2002
  • Bunker market report for Argentina
  • Ukraine and Russia should export more refined products, president says
  • US to put 18.6 million barrels into SPR
  • Prices from Russian ports
  • Shuaiba refinery operations stop until February 19
  • Market report for Chile
  • Prices for Montevideo/Alpha Zone
  • Crude oil rose unexpectedly on Monday, falls today on API expectations
  • Rotterdam morning market report

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International Transport Journalweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2002
  • UPS sees figures drop
  • Modest profit for Geodis
  • New record for Spain's ports
  • Another contract for Danzas
  • Davies Turner extends CFSP coverage to air cargo operations
  • The Port of Savona Vado connected with every part of the world
  • Hays for GE Medical Systems
  • Brighter Horizons For Holt Group
  • New customs clearance office for Rhenus Kleyling
  • Toyota-carrying 'eco ship' to call port's terminal 4 today

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Marine Logweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2002
  • DOT Inspector General probes hazmat container safety
    The Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Transportation has launched a probe of hazmat container safety and security at U.S. seaports.
  • "Pivotal year" for Maritrans
    Maritrans Inc. yesterday announced fourth quarter and year-end 2001 financial results and commented on its expected 2002 financial performance.

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Lloyd's Listweb site
FEBRUARY 13, 2002
  • Greeks urged to join shipowner-union pact
    THE International Transport Workers' Federation has urged Greek shipowners to participate in collective international bargaining, as part of a growing debate on the setting of international wage levels and working conditions for foreign seafarers.
  • Roads crisis spurs Med shortsea drive
    SHORTSEA shipping within the Mediterranean basin is expected to receive a significant push forward this week at a high level political gathering in Livorno, Italy.
  • Coalition backs ports plan
    A BROAD coalition of European industry has urged the Spanish presidency to support full implementation of the controversial ports directive at the EU summit in Barcelona next month .
  • P&O Princess faces showdown
    P&O Princess has rebuffed a last-ditch attempt by hostile bidder Carnival to secure face-to-face talks ahead of tomorrow's showdown at the UK company's shareholder meeting on its favoured merger with Royal Caribbean Cruises, writes Tony Gray .

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Fairplayweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2002
  • MarAd heeds war risk arguments
  • USCG opens LNG port hearing
  • Maritrans fights OPA on the Fourth
  • Tanker knock-on hits 40 vessels
  • US adds more to crew dock work list
  • Cruise merger: odds favour Carnival
  • Maersk/Contship talks 'fail'
  • US probes seized suspect tanker
  • Aker/Kværner merger approved
  • Shipping sinks Wilhelmsen results
  • MTCP seeks lifting of suspension
  • Sohar port ownership under review
  • MUA claims Tampa calls tapped
  • Kuwait suspends LPG exports
  • Liner rates put SCI in the red
  • PSTC slams closure plan

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2002
  • U.S. rail carloadings off
    Led by a decline in shipments of metallic ores, U.S. rail carload traffic fell 3.1 % in January compared with January 2001, according to the Association of American Railroads.
  • Chaos for EU liner shipping?
    The European Union may have to rewrite its rules pending decisions in three landmark cases later this month.
  • Maersk Sealand adds Kingston calls
  • DOT to audit Coast Guard box inspections
  • Dollar General moves truck tenders online
  • Letters: Tozzoli a model public servant
  • Malaysia gas port eyes more boxes
  • Bangladesh box traffic up in 2001
  • Eurosal bolsters Euro-S.A. service
  • FMC asks more info on sub-continent agreement
  • EGL results improve
  • Profits grow at Expeditors

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
FEBRUARY 12, 2002
  • Bush veut impliquer l’Europe dans un dirigisme portuaire et maritime
    Les tragiques événements du 11 septembre ont semble-t-il, plongé les dirigeants américains dans une psychose des attaques terroristes sur leur territoire, à telle enseigne qu’ils en arrivent, président Bush en tête, à élaborer des stratégies les plus invraisemblables. Certes les menaces sont toujours bien réelles et partant des mesures de sécurité et de contrôle s’imposent qui concernent tant les transports aériens que maritimes et partant les aéroports et les ports. Il y a quelques semaines le président Bush évoquait la nécessité de partager la facture des mesures de sécurité étant donné qu’une bonne partie des cargaisons destinées aux Etats-Unis sont embarquées dans des ports européens, qui doivent donc adopter les mesures nécessaires. Aujourd’hui, l’administration Bush évoque la possibilité de limiter le trafic maritime vers les Etats-Unis à 10 ports de par le monde.
  • Le VSA3 à la veille d’un éclatement?
    Le groupe VSA 3 composé de CSAV et filiales Montemar/Hansa Star, de Contship, Euro Atlantik Container Line et jusqu’en avril de P&ONL, est-il à la veille de l’éclatement? Le départ de P&ONL, qui semblait ne pas apprécier certaines situations dominantes, a provoqué quelques remous au sein de ce groupe qui compte également des co-chargeurs, à savoir NYK, Hanjin/Senator Lines et Lykes Lines. Il s’avère que des co-chargeurs vont et envisagent de rejoindre P&ONL. Cette situation se précise alors que le groupe a restructuré ses activités, passant de deux services distincts à un seul grand service hebdomadaire.
  • Le groupe Volvo plonge dans le rouge
    Le groupe suédois Volvo (poids lourds, autobus, équipements de construction, moteurs marins) a subi une perte nette de 158,6 millions d’EUR l’année dernière, contre un bénéfice net de 497 mio. d’EUR un an plus tôt. Ces mauvais résultats sont essentiellement attribués à des coûts de restructuration dans les secteurs des camions et des bus et à la dégradation de la conjoncture.
  • Légère progression du port de Göteborg en 2001
    Les autorités portuaires suédoises de Göteborg sont très satisfaites de la légère croissance enregistrée l’an dernier. Le port suédois a noté une croissance de 1%, portant le volume total à 33,50 mio. de tonnes. Le trafic containérisé a augmenté de 2% à 698.000 TEU.

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TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 12, 2002
  • Three reefer firms form pool
    ReeferShip will operate more than 50 reefers with a total capacity of about 20m cubic feet.
  • Carnival and P&O Princess slug it out
    As crucial EGM approaches Micky Arison turns up the heat but P&O Princess won't play dice.
  • Anangel-American Shipholdings to go private
    The Angelicoussis family is buying back the company shares through Superior Navigation.
  • Fednav buys two ice class bulkers
    Federal Venture and Federal Progress are to support the seller under long term contracts.
  • Auction date set for Regent Sky
    An uncompleted cruiseship is coming up for grabs in a fresh bid to dispose of the 15-year old hulk.
  • Green light for Kvaerner and Aker merger
    Last hurdle cleared for Kvaerner rescue as Norway approves oil and gas union.
  • Maritrans expects higher 2002 earnings
    The Florida-based company is benefiting from stronger rates and continued cost control efforts.
  • Two Japanese shipyards to tighten belt
    Mitsubishi Heavy and Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy to cut procurement costs.
  • Tallink buys Esco ferry
    Estonian ferry company buys chartered-in vessel to cut operating costs.
  • Wilhelmsen ship operations take a hit
    Liner, car carrier and tanker businesses all show declines, while service companies blossom.
  • Six die after cargoship sinks
    One man still missing after Triumph Kaohsiung sinks in East China Sea.
  • Good Faith panamax barred from dock
    An Australian Wheat Board chartered ship alleged to be carrying illegal crew.
  • Valles tanker falls foul of Japan PSC
    Chart deficiencies see aframax held along with 31 other port state control offenders in January.

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