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Shipping Timesweb site
JANUARY 22, 2002
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  • US-bound boxes passing via S'pore may be x-rayed
    TRANSHIPMENT containers passing through Singapore destined for the United States could be x-rayed and electronically sealed here if a drastic security plan proposed by the head of the US Customs Service is enforced.
  • US Customs agents may be posted at key Canadian ports
  • P&O Princess rejects Carnival's revised bid
  • Ningbo to expand port, build logistics centre
Air and Land Transport
  • Asian airlines may extend stock rallies
    KOREAN Air Co, EVA Airways Corp and other Asian carriers may extend their share rallies as investors bet recovering demand for electronics will spur airfreight sales and herald passenger growth.
  • Bomb threat on Virgin flight only a hoax
  • Pay rise recommended for United Air mechanics
  • HACTL's cargo throughput down 9% last year
  • Ryanair seeks to expand fleet
  • Log Book

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Cargowebweb site
JANUARY 21, 2002
  • Singapore: 9 per cent decrease in 2001
  • USF Asia adventure ended
  • Lufthansa cargo down
  • Indian port strike postponed
  • ShipitSmarter.com payment extensions
  • Emirates and Maersk sign global agreement
  • Ryanair plan for huge order
  • Adult-game: top 20 logistics execs

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 22, 2002
  • Ministry extends 30 pc subsidy to private shipyards
  • NPIL transports longest equipment from Mumbai to CPCL, Chennai, in record 25 days
  • Coir exports up in quantity terms
  • Nepal doubles export duty on vanaspati
  • Ivory Coast PM invites Indian entrepreneurs
  • Anti-dumping duty imposed on PIB
  • Minister inspects NM Port facilities
  • M. A. Bhaskarachar is new Dy Chairman of Kolkata Port Trust
  • CCTL's efforts bring down congestion surcharge to zero in 45 days - "Privatisation Works" - Capt. Jimmy Sarbh proves his point
  • Concor to appoint agents for LCL cargo consolidation
  • Pharma, chemical exporters want 6 months more to fulfil obligations
  • Gail inks pact with NIOC for LNG projects
  • Stop diversion of export sugar: BSMA
  • Gujarat, Karnataka, Delhi projected to achieve double-digit GSDP growth in 10th Plan
  • Fieo organises video conference on Latin America
  • ...may set up warehouse in LAC
  • Ficci: JVs with foreign cos face problems
  • Govt decides to stop collecting Customs overtime fees from traders
  • Cidco appoints McClier to plan Navi Mumbai SEZ
  • Forex reserves shot up by $ 254 million to $ 48,299 million

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 21, 2002
  • New Greek dialling codes
  • Thailand: Bunker oil slick after grounding of tanker
  • Mixed signals today and ahead for Singapore fuel oil market
  • Fujairah steady despite small drop in cargo prices, Oman softer
  • US takes advantage of oil market slump, moves to stock up emergency oil reserve
  • Novorossiysk oil exports at new record last year
  • Rotterdam opens steady

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International Transport Journalweb site
JANUARY 21, 2002
  • StorageTek awards Panalpina its prestigious "Product Supply Chain Service Award 2001"
  • Furness stops representing GMB in Switzerland
  • Grand Alliance calls at Gioia Tauro
  • GST Shipping Line now in the West Africa trade
  • Exel takes over United States Consolidation Ltd
  • STB terminates CN-IC merger monitoring
  • UPS has confidence in Taiwan
  • First Portland visit of newer, larger 'K' Line containership
  • Iceland equips trailer fleet with remote sensor seals
  • Emirates Skycargo and Maersk Logistics sign global agreement

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 22, 2002
  • Heads or tails for euro to top dollar
    HARDLINE opponents of the euro must be experiencing something of an anticlimax.
  • Lloyd's names need 5,000-strong army in battle against changes
    NAMES at Lloyd's will have to mobilise nearly 5,000 supporters if they are to save the present underwriting system and the annual venture, it has emerged.
  • P&O Princess snubs '3.5bn Carnival offer
    P&O Princess has dismissed Carnival's improved £3.5bn ($5.04bn) bid in a move which paves the way for three weeks of intense shareholder lobbying in the run-up to the vote on the UK company's preferred merger with Royal Caribbean Cruises.
  • Kvaerner Masa in $402m resort cruiseships deal
    IN a move reflecting resurgent confidence in the luxury cruise market, Tucson, Arizona-based leisure group Canyon Ranch has signed a memorandum of understanding with Kvaerner Masa-Yards covering the construction of two 37,000 gt luxury health resort cruise vessels

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Fairplayweb site
JANUARY 21, 2002
  • ABP's legal blow to pilots fails
  • Chennai yard concerns raised
  • New warning on Canada free trade
  • US underwrites war risk cover
  • Box crisis squeezes Bremerhaven
  • Indian yard subsidies extended
  • Tanker pollution hits Thai beaches
  • Azov sea port attracts rivals
  • Lloyd Triestino sticks with Trieste
  • India groans under WRP
  • Gas brings relief for Alstom
  • Corsica ferries toasts 2001
  • Lanka bunkers go private
  • Blaze destroys Greek bulker
  • Carnival commits to Long Beach
  • Brazil fears foreign yard cartel
  • Russia-Stockholm ferry planned
  • Antwerp box scheme to restart
  • Perama workers prepare to strike
  • MPs question HFD probe
  • Princess spurns Carnival's proposal

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 21, 2002
  • Record year for Korean shipyards
    Builders posted record volume and exports in 2001 as prices soared
  • Latvia to sell off shipping line
  • FedEx, Daisytek expand alliance
  • Zim, Great Western to share space
  • Accenture to manage KLM Web systems
  • IMO issues safety code warning
  • USF Worldwide ends Asia joint venture
  • Coast Guard to require security manuals at ports
  • US Customs agents to pre-clear cargo at Canadian seaports
  • Bonner: US in talks with Mexico, too

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 21, 2002
  • WTC scrap shipments unlikely to boost rates
    Three to four vessels have been chartered for delivering the steel scrap to Asia.
  • US-owned liner service nearing the end
    International Shipholding plans to sell three US-flagged LASH vessels to cover losses.
  • Kvaerner wins Canyon Ranch cruise deal
    Masa-Yards beats rivals to win $398m order for two spa ships.
  • Broker predicts modest bulker growth in 2002
    Fearnleys says bulk carriers' ton-mile figures will improve this year, but tankers' will slip.
  • CMB profit plunges
    Loss-making bulker company Bocimar dragged down Belgian shipping group in 2001.
  • South Korea expects ship order decline
    The world's dominant shipbuilding force sees a further fall in yard business in 2002.
  • Greek banks cancel merger
    Deal to create new force in ship finance collapses.
  • Russia-Sweden ferry link planned
    Port of St Petersburg claims Norwegian company to offer service to Stockholm.
  • B&N sells two bulkers
    Swedish owner revamps as new vessels are delivered.
  • P&O Princess rejects Carnival's advances
    US giant's hostile takeover approach spurned by UK cruise operator.
  • Pacific trades dropped 17% in November
    Latest figures from MOL illustrate the true extent of slowdown in eastbound boxship traffic.
  • Incat scoops Bay Ferries order
    Tasmanian-based fast ferry builder has secured much need work from the Canadian ferry operator.
  • PSA's Singapore box traffic down 8.9%
    Economic slowdown plus liner defections take their toll on Lion Republic port operator.

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