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Shipping Timesweb site
JANUARY 23, 2002
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  • Loss of shipping lines critical in the longer term
    INCREASING competition from ports in the region is likely to have a short term dampening effect on growth, according to the Monetary Authority of Singapore , while analysts point to the potential longer term repercussions for the Singapore economy.
  • PSA's Guangzhou terminal growth up 23%
  • Dampier port to reopen control tower
  • Russian yard wins China order
  • Oil slick threatens Thai resort
Air and Land Transport
  • Bugs incident won't derail China jet purchases: official
    BOEING Co's efforts to sell aircraft in China probably won't suffer from the reported discovery of spying devices on a 767 jetliner built as President Jiang Zemin's official jet, a Chinese aviation official said.
  • Indian Airlines close to sealing deal for 40 aircraft
  • Cyprus airports bidding to begin next month
  • Korean Air to add new services to China, Japan, HK
  • Ryanair vs Lufthansa row

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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 23, 2002
  • P&O Nedlloyd takes delivery of reefer containership
  • PSA Group puts brave face on falling throughput
  • Crane boost at Felixstowe port
  • SkyTeam carriers receive antitrust immunity From DOT
  • Frankfurt relatively unscathed by September 11 fallout
  • America West Airlines to pay on loan closure

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Cargowebweb site
JANUARY 22, 2002
  • 6 per cent fall revenues Eurotunnel
  • Daisytek finalizes new agreement with FedEx
  • BA and KLM Middle East arrangements agreed
  • Guangzhou terminal achieves 23 per cent growth
  • China Southern Middle East service
  • Schenker expanded in Shanghai

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 23, 2002
  • Hatsu Marine to bolster Evergreen's fleet - UK shipping line launched with eye on EU market
  • CSXWT, Pusan Newport sign OMM pact
  • MOL changes agency name to identify with America
  • Maersk Sealand to add Brisbane to Australasian service coverage
  • NOL tanker unit enters long-haul transport sector
  • Evergreen to shift base from Singapore to PTP
  • Maersk Logistics now covers whole of S. America
  • Rickmers ships Swedish steel works to Indonesia
  • APL named 'Carrier of the Year' again
  • Port of Le Havre reports surge in transhipments
  • Lloyd Triestino adds Track and Trace facility to its website
  • Cosco unit expanding Thai terminal
  • CP Ships appoints Iain Torrens as VP
  • Cosco Logistics officially up and running
  • Psa handles 19 million TEUs globally in 2001 despite slowdown
  • MOL snares Honda transport contract
  • Higher volumes at Brazilian ports despite economic slowdown
  • Expansion plan for Sydney's Port Botany
  • New management at Hamburg Sud
  • NYK integrates N. America, Mexico logistics operations
  • Ecu-Line launches Bolivia service
  • Indian shipping majors registering vessels in other countries
  • CII, Egypt adopt 13-pt agenda for business co-operation
  • Diamond exporters retain top position in face of slowdown
  • India, Israel to form working group on IT
  • Kolkata tanners eye Maharashtra EPZ
  • CII presents 7-point agenda to increase bilateral trade with Morocco
  • Lanka has more diversified tea market than India
  • Kandla Port racing to exceed 1.25-lakh TEU mark
  • Emirates SkyCargo, Maersk Logistics sign alliance pact
  • New regional airline for N. India may take off soon - Northern states in talks with Jagson Airlines
  • Govt may double excise exemption limit for SSIs
  • SRTEPC Chairman appointed ECGC Director
  • Gaz de France acquires 10 pc stake in PLL
  • Minister unravels handloom show
  • PHD Chamber makes out case for excise relief
  • Invisible earnings at $ 5.3 bn bolster BoP
  • Inflation dips to 1.96 pc

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 22, 2002
  • Chile bunker market report
  • Dublin and Cork price update
  • Norway hit by 200,000 barrel loss in crude oil production
  • Gibraltar records solid growth in bunkering volume, Bunkering Code of Practice almost ready for implementation
  • Emirates National Oil Company launches bunkering subsidiary
  • Russian oil glut may lead to rise in exports despite its cut-pledge to OPEC
  • OPEC Secretary General modifies oil price expectation
  • Prices from Russian ports
  • Montevideo/Alpha Zone: New bunker tanker almost ready to begin operations
  • Rotterdam morning market report

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International Transport Journalweb site
JANUARY 22, 2002
  • New Bristol railhead
  • Korea-Czech Republic by rail?
  • USA wants to check Mexican trucks
  • Danzas creates truck network in South America
  • Germany-Poland interstate by 2005
  • No Volvo Global
  • German road toll for trucks: when?
  • Stricter controls of trucks in Austria
  • C.H. Robinson takes over FTS
  • Governments urged to save rail freight

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Marine Logweb site
JANUARY 22, 2002
  • IMO moves on stowaways
    IMO is attempting to grapple with the problem of stowaways and people smuggling.
  • Masa-yards to build spa ships
    Kvaerner has signed a memorandum of understanding to build two ships for Canyon Ranch.

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 23, 2002
  • Boxship owners face lay-up cartel probe
    BRUSSELS has asked German antitrust regulators to probe proposals by containership owners to co-ordinate their withdrawal of tonnage from the charter market.
  • Nordcapital puts vessel orders on hold
    GERMAN ship financing group Nordcapital has cancelled the contract for a 2,500 teu vessel which was planned to be built by SSW shipyard in Bremerhaven. The vessel was part of a series of seven container vessels that the Hamburg-based group had ordered from SSW.
  • Japan's top two yards take the covers off post-merger strategy
    A FIRST glimpse has emerged of the post-merger strategy to be pursued by two of Japan's leading shipbuilders.
  • Clarksons sells bunker department to OceanConnect
    CLARKSONS has increased its equity holding in online bunker auction platform OceanConnect with the sale of its entire bunker department to the New York-based firm, writes Carly Fields.

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Fairplayweb site
JANUARY 22, 2002
  • IMO takes steps on stowaway
  • Owner to sue ABP over Goole damage
  • Tamils free captive seafarers
  • Acomarit takes on Paterson fleet
  • Argentine beef shipments to resume
  • Clarksons ups stake in OceanConnect
  • Security experts survey Colombo
  • Europe-Asia rates to rise
  • SembCorp shares fuelled by rumours
  • Filipinos seek consistent policy
  • Academy responds to blacklisting
  • ISM deadline reminder
  • Vostochny replaces murdered CEO
  • Nantes expansion takes first step
  • Pilots' action hits Kolkata cargoes
  • Singapore remains upbeat
  • Princess 'disappoints' Arison

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 22, 2002
  • Lines raise India-Europe rates
    Shipping lines linking the Indian sub-continent to Europe said that they intend to raise freight rates as of Mar. 1.
  • Holt Group gets loan
  • U.S., France sign open-skies accord
  • Canadian National net up 11%
  • Concern over airlines ending second-day delivery
  • $10M for Fla. truck inspections
  • KLM, British Airways in pact
  • Supreme Court to consider Mich. truck taxes
  • Maritrans completes stock buyback
  • Boeing to deliver more freighter 747-400s this year
  • Schenker buys stake in Chinese forwarder
  • ANZDL launches online data service for shippers

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
JANUARY 23, 2002
  • Le service pendulaire de Yang Ming/K Line fera escale en direct à Anvers
    La rotation du futur service pendulaire hebdomadaire de Yang-Ming/K Line qui débutera en mars prochain et sera assurée par une flotte de 12 PC de 5.500 TEU utilisés à une capacité de 4.800 TEU, fera une escale directe à Anvers.
  • Jean Heck Eupen assurera la logistique de SCA
    L’entreprise de transport et de logistique Jean Heck, basée à Eupen, a passé un accord avec SCA Hygiene Products par lequel elle se chargera de la logistique du géant suédois du papier. Le contrat porte sur une période de cinq ans et a pris cours le 1er janvier 2002.
  • BOCS donne une nouvelle dimension à son service régulier sur la COA
    L’armement BOCS (Bremen Overseas Chartering & Shipping) de Brême est bien connu des milieux maritimes européens et africains. Il dessert régulièrement et fidèlement la route de la côte ouest de l’Afrique depuis plus de vingt ans. L’armement, spécialisé dans les trafics de niche, a opéré pendant une certaine période en partenariat avec Baco Liner, mais il s’est avéré que les intérêts des deux partenaires étaient en fait trop divergents. Depuis trois ans, BOCS a repris sa course en solitaire. L’armement vient de donner à son opération un nouveau caractère et une nouvelle dimension. En effet, la compagnie, que préside et que contrôlera prochainement totalement(1) Ilse Fliege, a décidé d’harmoniser sa flotte à l’échelle de trois unités de type “Astrakhan”, affrétées pour une première période de deux ans. BOCS avait déjà recours de temps à autres à ce genre de tonnage.
  • Avis négatif pour le Canal du Nord
    Le conseil environnemental de Bruges vient de remettre un avis au conseil communal de la ville, avis basé sur l’étude d’incidence sociétale du désenclavement de Zeebrugge et qui stipule que le Canal du Nord (Noorderkanaal) ne peut sous aucun prétexte être réalisé de par ses implications sociétales, les coûts et les aspects environnementaux et techniques du dossier.

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 22, 2002
  • IMO gets tough on stowaways
    Standards for dealing with stowaways are to be effective from 1 May 2003.
  • Japanese shipyard orders suffer huge drop
    Japanese ship export contracts in December decrease by 54.4% to 755,350-grt.
  • Containership operators cut war insurance costs
    Shipping lines are following the footsteps of maritime insurance underwriters.
  • Maritrans completes stock buyback
    The Florida-based tank barge operator is to pay $25.3m for its stock repurchase offer.
  • US shipyards facing bullish outlook
    Up to 40 shuttle tankers will be needed for the US Gulf deepwater projects.
  • Leone fighting for Montanari charter deal
    Arctic Gas' Sergio Leone has gained a small advantage in the battle over Navigator Gas Transport's ships.
  • UK Club keeps AA- rating
    Boost for Aleco Kairis led mutual hit by falling reserves and investments.
  • OceanConnect expands with Clarksons acquisition
    London broker increases holding in internet supplier OceanConnect by selling Clarksons Bunker Group.
  • Lebanon cracks down on stowaways
    Port authorities in Lebanon want shipowners to help eliminate the problem of unwanted guests.
  • Seawise opens in Queensland
    Australian broker follows move into Singapore with domestic expansion.
  • Arison to write to P&O Princess shareholders
    After having his takeover bid snubbed by UK cruise firm's board, Carnival boss Micky Arison is targeting investors.
  • Osprey Maritime in $6m loan
    John Fredriksen company lends support to Brazilian oil project.
  • Problem flags top UK black list
    Old offenders account for most substandard ship detentions.
  • Bid to free seized crew
    Owner seeks to do a deal with pirates but holds out against $200,000 ransom.


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