ShipStore web site ShipStore advertising
testata inforMARE
ShipStore web site ShipStore advertising

04 April 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 19:03 GMT+2



free news
Shipping Timesweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2002
Shipping News
  • Bigger Zim ships to call at Jurong Port
    AMID the ongoing debate over cost and competitiveness of Singapore's container terminals, the island's 'other' terminal operator - Jurong Port - is quietly building its container volumes.
  • K Line cuts earnings forecast
  • Tanjung Pelepas deputy CEO moves on
  • Thai navy to sink drifting tanker to avoid accidents
Air and Land Transport
  • Air NZ didn't breach stock exchange rules
    AIR New Zealand did not breach New Zealand Stock Exchange listing rules last year during a tumultuous period which saw it post the country's largest ever corporate loss, a regulator said yesterday.
  • UAL, US Airways bonds lag post-Sept 11 rebound
  • ANA plans to increase international flights
  • Ryanair eyes German domestic routes
  • Austrian Air to start low-cost service
  • Log Book

free news
Sched Netweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2002
  • IADA warns freight rate restoration on the agenda
  • Conterm UK transfers to new quality standard
  • India's customs rules eased
  • Felixstowe gets rail service
  • Franco-Australian partnership bearing fruit
  • United applauds AA/BA antitrust collapse, seeks bmi
  • Air France, Delta to reinstate Korean Air codeshare
  • Air New Zealand appoints CEO

free news
Cargowebweb site
FEBRUARY 18, 2002
  • Swedish government interested in SAS-share
  • British Midland might scrap US flights
  • UAL critical about AMR/BA alliance
  • NOL/APL management reshuffling
  • Olympic Air bidder losing partner
  • open office in Moscow

free news
Exim Indiaweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2002
  • EPZ/SEZ exports touch 5,559 crore in April-Nov.
  • Govt to issue fresh tenders for Kandla Port & Vallarpadam box terminals
  • Rly Ministry to aim for just 2.5 pc freight increase
  • Forex reserves up by $ 313 million to $ 49,565 million
  • Gujarat most favoured destination by investors: CMIE survey
  • Rs 5-crore fund to modernise rubber units
  • PM clears crude sector APM dismantling
  • Govt defers move to hike soya oil import duty
  • Inflation rate plummets to new low
  • Transport subsidy delay upsets coffee exporters
  • Govt faces hurdles in implementation of uniform import duty
  • Navi Mumbai SEZ funds to be tied up by March-end
  • Gail, Shell first to bid for GSPL stake
  • Infrastructure may get higher allocation in Budget
  • Exim Bank line of credit for Colombia bank
  • Sinha mulling Customs duty cuts in Budget
  • EPZs may be absorbed into SEZs
  • Power Ministry wants naphtha duty waived for NTPC projects too
  • FIs press for better deal to steel industry
  • Fin. Minister set to prune excise duties on steel items
  • Handicrafts fair
  • Indo-German Summit next month

free news
The Bunker Bulletinweb site
FEBRUARY 18, 2002
  • Brazil steady - some availability changes
  • Market report for Chile
  • OPEC still overproducing, but February loadings drop
  • OPEC ministers mostly signaling freeze on output quotas - analyst foresees late 2002 squeeze
  • Brent softer as US gasoline stocks seen growing, refinery margins fall
  • Rotterdam morning market report

free news
World Wide Shipperweb site
FEBRUARY 18, 2002
  • Gunderson will build railcars both in Nova Scotia and Portland
  • Hyundai opening auto terminal at Amports facility in Baltimore
  • International Maritime Organization adds terrorism suppression to division's duties
  • Port of Kennewick killing plan to re-develop Clover Island
  • Seattle's Bell Harbor Marina now computer friendly

free news
The East Africanweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2002
  • Piracy Service Launched
  • Cruise Jobs: Ministry Still Awaiting 'Details'

news on subscription
Lloyd's Listweb site
FEBRUARY 19, 2002
  • Forwarders claim Channel rates 'fixed'
    UK forwarders have threatened a class action against Eurotunnel, SeaFrance and P&O Stena for alleged collusion over cross-channel freight haulage rates which have risen by around E 30 ($26).
  • SembCorp targets China shiprepair yard network
    SEMBCORP Marine is targeting China for more shiprepair yard projects as its second joint venture in the country with Cosco Dalian kicks-off next month.
  • Bulker held over infested galley
    ROTTEN provisions and a cockroach infested galley secured a two-day detention in Liverpool for a Greek-owned flag of convenience bulker, according to the latest detention list issued by Britain's port state control authority, writes David Osler.
  • Warships order secures UK yard jobs
    BRITAIN'S Royal Navy has confirmed a £2bn ($2.8bn) order for six Type 45 destroyers, in a move that will safeguard thousands of shipyard jobs, writes David Osler.

news on subscription
Fairplayweb site
FEBRUARY 18, 2002
  • Bidding for SCI closes
  • Liberia 'not involved' in arrest
  • CMA CGM targets French cruisers
  • Sub-contractors back troubled CMR
  • ValuShip returns its vessels
  • Ecuador dogged by drugs
  • Food aid changes alarm US carriers
  • China to enforce freight rate rules
  • SembCorp seals Dalian deal
  • Brisbane port's Mulligan cleared
  • Kodima successfully refloated
  • Greek seafarers sign pay agreement
  • Lanka reviews agents' request
  • Korea yard shares rising strongly
  • Samsung bullish for 2002
  • Concern grows over WTC scrap
  • Med states sign short sea pact
  • Smart blows its horn on name change
  • Pelepas deputy CEO quits

news on subscription
Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
FEBRUARY 19, 2002
  • L. de Palacio: les ports du Sud ont intérêt à faire passer la proposition de l’UE sur l’accès aux services portuaires.
    “Le short sea va devoir jouer un rôle déterminant et bien plus important qu’aujourd’hui. Il doit y avoir des autoroutes de la mer tout comme il y a des autoroutes terrestres, concept lancé en Italie et que nous voulons promouvoir dans certaines régions. Le short sea a besoin d’aides, non pas éternellement, mais essentiellement au démarrage. Nous avons maintenant des initiatives aux niveaux nationaux, bilatéral et trilatéral et de l’UE. Toutefois, l’argent est nécessaire et c’est la raison pour laquelle nous venons de proposer un nouveau programme sous le nom de Marco Polo”. Loyola de Palacio vice-présidente de l’UE et commissaire auTransport, qui participait récemment au sommet “Short sea” à Livourne a mis en évidence les objectifs dudit programme.
  • “NYK Leo” a généré 2.500 mouvements durant sa première escale
    Avec un peu de retard à cause du brouillard dans les eaux britanniques, le flambant neuf navire “NYK Leo” de l’armement japonais Nippon Yusen Kaisha a dimanche soir fait escale au port d’Anvers. A peine 24h plus tard le navire a quitté le port scaldien après le déchargement de 900 containers et le chargement de 1.600 containers à bord de l’unité de 6.160 TEU, qui a été alignée une seule fois sur le B-loop de la Grand Alliance.
  • Navistar ne voit pas de reprise du marché du camion aux Etats-Unis en 2002
    Le constructeur américain indépendant de camions Navistar a revu à la baisse ses prévisions pour l’ensemble du marché du camion cette année. Il l’a fait à l’occasion de la publication de ses résultats financiers pour le premier trimestre comptable, qui ont affiché une perte de 56 mio. de USD (contre 35 mio. un an auparavant). Selon le constructeur (qui commercialise ses camions sous la marque International), le marché demeurera déprimé cette année en raison de la poursuite de la baisse dans le secteur des poids lourds et de la faiblesse de la demande dans celui des moyens tonnages.
    Rhin d’Acier: le dialogue belgo-néerlandais va reprendre
    Ce n’est pas parce que KPMG a remis son rapport concernant les différences entre experts néerlandais et belges sur les estimations des coûts pour des travaux au Rhin d’Acier que tout est réglé, loin s’en faut. Premièrement, l’étude semble bien se garder de “désigner un vainqueur”, et les communiqués ministériels officiels sont d’ailleurs muets. Deuxièmement et surtout, c’est sur le principe même des coûteux ouvrages d’art qu’il y a problème: tant la SNCB que surtout le port d’Anvers y sont opposés.

news on subscription
TradeWindsweb site
FEBRUARY 18, 2002
  • Buyer sought for slice of SNTM-CNAN
    Algerian government may offer as much as 49% of national shipping company to investors.
  • Samsung back in profit
    Korean yard reaps benefit of repaying loans and cutting interest payments in 2001.
  • Fearnleys dry bulk hopes rise
    Norwegian shipbroker turns bullish on freight rates and secondhand prices.
  • UK snags corroded bulker
    Port state control inspectors held 16 vessels during January, including a repeat offender.
  • Brovig interest deal agreed
    Bondholders remove last obstacle to FPSO owner's survival plan.
  • Siko demands answers over Jody grounding
    Japanese ship manager claims New Zealand port channel too shallow for departing bulker.
  • Jaya profits climb
    Offshore building boom boosts returns for Singapore owner and builder, but boxship play remains weak.
  • Vosper Thornycroft to close yard
    Destroyer deal secures Clyde yards but marks end of shipbuilding in Southampton.
  • SembCorp Marine sees modest rise in profits
    Improvement in shiprepair activities fails to lift returns at Singapore marine engineering group.
  • Bangladesh breakers up large tanker tally
    Demolition pace in Bangladesh and India slows ahead of holidays and budget.
  • Hydralift buys AmClyde
    Crane maker gets heavy with purchase from Friede Goldman Halter bankruptcy estate.
  • Teekay teams up with Great Eastern
    Alliance firms up ahead of Shipping Corp of India bid deadline.
  • Japanese yards off to a bad start in 2002
    January export orders for world's second largest shipbuilder failed to top 300,000-gt.
  • Kodima refloated two weeks after grounding
    Better weather finally allowed salvors to move Maltese-flagged cargoship from UK beach.
  • K Line slashes full year forecast
    Events of September 11 and the effect on its liner operation hit shipowner where it hurts.
  • Keppel Fels inks rig refurbishment deal
    Singapore yard boosts orderbook with work to upgrade rig for GlobalSantaFe.
  • Trico cuts losses, but remains in the red
    Low utilisation rate plus vessel write-down costs take toll on US offshore vessel operator.
  • Keymax takes crewing online
    Japanese firm to make database of crew information available over the Internet.

PSA Genova Pra'
csteinweg



Search for hotel
Destination
Check-in date
Check-out date



Index Home Page Press Review

- Piazza Matteotti 1/3 - 16123 Genoa - ITALY
phone: +39.010.2462122, fax: +39.010.2516768, e-mail