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Shipping Timesweb site
JANUARY 30, 2002
Shipping News
  • Delmas starts direct S'pore-East Africa service
    FRENCH shipping line Delmas has begun a direct link between Singapore and East Africa to take advantage of growing container trade volumes with Asia.
  • M'sia to keep Malacca Straits pirate-free
  • Indon Parliament slams plan to merge 4 major ports
  • APL sets up unit in Latvia
Air and Land Transport
  • Asia-Pacific carriers' traffic down 17% in Nov
    ASIA-Pacific airline operators had their biggest passenger and traffic drop in a decade in November, and a recovery is not likely before the fourth quarter, a regional association said.
  • Creditors okay A$3.5b Ansett revival plan
  • Air NZ's higher fees, lower capacity anger shippers
  • Savings, job losses when JAL, JAS merge
  • Passenger with gun breaches Israeli airport security
  • Bangkok Airways an Iata member

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Sched Netweb site
JANUARY 30, 2002
  • First step towards mainland -Hong Kong free trade zone
  • Port of Vancouver gets new container scanner
  • Senator streamlines transpacific services
  • OT Africa Line appoints new manager for Germany
  • KMTC launches new service
  • BA/AA alliance collapses, KLM prospects good
  • MAS facelift
  • Mexicana Airlines expands New York to Mexico network

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Cargowebweb site
JANUARY 29, 2002
  • British Airways might take over KLM
  • United Airlines realigns management structure
  • The Body Shop and Danzas broaden contract
  • Kuehne & Nagel wins Entegris contract
  • 22 percent growth electronic document recording
  • United Arab share in Inttra
  • Ansett sale delayed for one month

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Exim Indiaweb site
JANUARY 30, 2002
  • L&T compliments NPIL on a herculean job well done
  • Coastal shipping operators make out case for level playing field
  • Leather exporters to aim for larger market slice
  • CHAs, stevedores play pivotal role in boosting Vizag Port fortunes
  • VPT goes 'Online' to boost operational efficiency
  • Freight target may elude Rlys
  • EEPC chief optimistic of Q4 surge in engg. exports
  • Commerce Ministry working on SEZ Act
  • Fieo seeks restoration of tax incentives
  • Parliamentary panel invites suggestions on Major Port Trusts, AAI amendment Bills
  • Call to lift rubber goods import curbs
  • Packaged tea exporters to get temporary incentive
  • RBI relaxes export realisation norms for bills up to $ 1,00,000
  • Procedure laid down for edible oil importers to avail of TRQ
  • SRTEPC awards function, fashion show on Feb. 2
  • Sinha to lead high-level team to New York from Jan. 31
  • Rebuild Iraq-2002 exhibition to be held in Baghdad from Feb. 4 to 7

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JANUARY 29, 2002
  • Brazil bunker market update
  • Chile market update
  • Argentine bunker market update
  • New crude terminal operational
  • Bearish API forecast takes steam out of OPEC compliance estimate
  • MarineProvider takes equity in OceanConnect
  • Rotterdam afternoon market report: softer market
  • MPA reports 2001 records for shipping tonnage and bunker sales in Singapore
  • ENOC Bunkering (Fujairah) LLC ready to start operations, contact details now published

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Marine Logweb site
JANUARY 29, 2002
  • Cruise merger faces U.K. competion probe
    The proposed Princess-RCCL merger has been referred to the U.K.'s Competition Commission
  • Chinese shipbuilding on a roll
    CSIC expects to win orders for 1.4 million gt of ships this year

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JANUARY 30, 2002
  • Raise forecastles to protect bulker bows
    A Dutch naval architect has suggested that many large ships have insufficient freeboard at the bow and that a raised forecastle should be fitted to prevent green water landing on the forward hatches.
  • New Lloyd's board will weed out the weak performers
    RECKLESS underwriters would be carpeted by the proposed Lloyd's franchise board before they had time to run up big losses, it is becoming clear, writes James Brewer.
  • Global Marine Systems out in the cold
    UK telecoms cable-layer Global Marine Systems yesterday appears to have escaped the bankruptcy proceedings that engulfed its US parent company Global Crossing late on Monday.
  • Cruise tie-up referred to UK competition body
    THE UK government yesterday made an unexpected intervention in the battle for control of P&O Princess by referring the UK company's friendly merger wth Royal Caribbean Cruises to the competition commission.
  • V.Ships loses Cenargo ro-pax fleet to Bluewater
    CENARGO, one of the UK's largest private shipowners, has stripped V.Ships of the third party management contract for its fleet of 13 ships.

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Fairplayweb site
JANUARY 29, 2002
  • Owners receive Argentine payments
  • RCCL suffers post-September 11 loss
  • Vopak head goes after poor results
  • Thailand bids to resolve impasse
  • Comanav bids for survival
  • Coast Guard extends fee freeze
  • P&O Ned moves back office to India
  • Pipavav strikes rail traffic deal
  • Europa carries Cape Town scars
  • Meyer Werft hit by cruise slowdown
  • Nhava Sheva cleared for haz cargoes
  • Riga Shipping plans Stockholm link
  • China meets import tax obligations
  • Decline of UK shipping 'is over'
  • Breakers still buy for cash
  • Four interested in Karachi hub
  • Singapore, India to strengthen ties
  • Owners must meet ballast bug rules
  • Crew saved as vessel founders
  • P&O cruise ship in virus scare
  • Oman and MOL agree on Lakshmi
  • Richards Bay needs repair facility
  • Swedish pay talks succeed
  • Greek pay talks fail
  • Venezuela stockpiles in Bonaire

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JANUARY 29, 2002
  • DHL cuts fuel surcharge
    The express provider plans to implement a new indexed fuel cost plan next month.
  • HK, province press logistics initiatives
    A neighboring Chinese province eyes Hong Kong's logistics crown.
  • United Arab Shipping takes stake in Inttra
  • New terminal opens in central India
  • USCO buys Tradewind marketplace technology
  • Cuba embargo costing U.S. $1.2B: Report
  • Seaway sees tonnage decline
  • MOL, Oman settle LNG carrier sale, charter
  • Coast Guard plans "Super" security
  • Magaw confirmed for transport security
  • Baltimore welcomes Honda shipments
  • North Atlantic lines call emergency rate meeting

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
JANUARY 29, 2002
  • Eurosal revient à Anvers et accélère sa rotation
    Après quelques années d’absence, le consortium containérisé EUROSAL, qui au départ d’Europe du Nord dessert la côte ouest de l’Amérique du Sud, a décidé de mettre un terme à son escale directe à Zeebrugge où les navires sont traités au Flanders Container Terminals, pour revenir à Anvers, plus précisément au terminal de P&O Ports à la darse Delwaide, donc derrière les écluses. Le premier départ d’Anvers est prévu pour le 3 mars.
  • Brant Logistics Services construit un nouveau centre de distribution à Willebroek
    Brant Logistics Services, une branche de la société d’investissement Brant Beheer et société holding du logisticien TDS, a entamé les travaux de construction d’un centre de distribution axé sur une prestation de services multifonctionnelle. La nouvelle plate-forme logistique devrait être mise en service d’ici l’été.
  • La croissance du trafic de fret en Allemagne va s’accélérer à partir de 2003
    Une partie des résultats sur les prévisions de transport de marchandises et de personnes en Allemagne vient d’être publiée dans un rapport. La conclusion générale est que la croissance, fortement affaiblie ces dernières années, va à nouveau s’accélérer à partir de 2003 et que cette croissance sera entièrement à mettre à l’actif du transport routier. La part du transport ferroviaire continue de s’éroder.
  • “Les accords avec les clients importants et fidèles doivent être respectés”
    “La darse Delwaide restera active dans le domaine de la containérisation et le développement de la darse à marée ne se fera pas à son détriment. Nous espérons que la reprise des travaux interviendra le 29 mars prochain”, c’est ce qu’a déclaré l’administrateur délégué de l’Entreprise portuaire anversoise Eddy Bruyninckx à l’occasion de la traditionnelle réception de nouvel an que donnait P&O Ports vendredi dernier.
JANUARY 30, 2002
  • Zénith Line accélère sa desserte de la COA
    La compagnie maritime Zénith Line, qui assure depuis avril 2001 une desserte régulière de la côte occidentale de l’Afrique (COA), donne ces jours-ci une nouvelle impulsion à ses opérations, qui se traduit par l’adjonction d’un troisième navire. Cela rend possible une accélération de la fréquence qui, d’un départ par mois, passe à 21 jours. Le partenariat qu’implique ce service, a également subi une modification, en ce sens que Conti-Lines en est devenu l’acteur principal avec 50%, les deux autres armements, à savoir Secam Gabon et Marfret, intervenant chacun à raison de 25%.
  • Norbert Dentressangle acquiert Van Mierlo
    Le groupe français Norbert Dentressangle a acheté la société de transport routier et de logistique néerlandaise Van Mierlo. C’est la première implantation du groupe français aux Pays-Bas. Cette transaction n’est pas étrangère à l’obtention d’un nouveau contrat de distribution pour Ikea dans le Benelux.
  • Ferryways lance un service ro/ro entre Ostende et Killingholme
    Presque deux ans après le lancement d’une première liaison ro/ro vers Ipswich, Ferryways a lancé un nouveau service ro/ro depuis Ostende vers la côte est de la Grande-Bretagne. Le port de destination pour ce nouveau service est Killingholme, un nouveau port situé à la rive sud de la Humber, environ trois miles en amont d’Immingham. Le nouveau service a été inauguré mardi matin depuis Ostende avec le départ du “Vilja”, un navire d’une capacité de 90 semi-remorques. Au cours de ce premier voyage, quinze unités fret ont été transportées.
  • Tunnel sous la Manche: déjà 1.000 trains perdus
    Depuis le 7 novembre 2001, le jour où la SNCF a décidé de limiter à un maximum de cinq - au lieu de 15 - le nombre de trains de marchandises pouvant emprunter le tunnel sous la Manche, un millier de trains destinés à la Grande-Bretagne ont été empêchés de circuler. “Une catastrophe pour l’économie britannique”, dit Philip Mengel, CEO de la compagnie ferroviaire EWS.

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TradeWindsweb site
JANUARY 29, 2002
  • Cruise booking outlook remains uncertain
    This is despite record bookings posted by several cruise companies in the past 6-8 weeks.
  • USCG issues port security data
    The beefed-up port security operation is the largest since World World II.
  • Manitowoc boasts strong marine sales
    The Wisconsin-based ship repair company won more than $200m new contracts in the fourth quarter.
  • Estonian Shipping auction plan
    Tschudi & Eitzen to invest millions to secure freedom from creditors.
  • Shorts pushing up ACLN stock
    The car carrier shares have risen to as high as $9.90 in the early Tuesday trade.
  • RCCL plunges into red
    Terrorist attacks wipe 43% off earnings as UK refers P&O Princess merger.
  • Sell-off of Russian owner scrapped
    Lack of bids puts paid to plan to auction part of Kuban River Shipping.
  • CSIC sets up finance company
    China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation's new finance firm is worth $62.53m.
  • SCI earnings slashed
    Shipping Corporation of India's profits fell by two thirds in three months to 31 December.
  • Seven ships held by Canada in December
    Novoship and Gorthon Lines vessels failed port state control inspections last month.
  • MarineProvider takes OceanConnect stake
    Equity deal pushes consolidation of marine e-commerce sector forward.
  • Oman inks Greenfield stake and charter
    Sultanate buys 40% stake in LNG carrier Lakshmi's owner and agrees long-term employment.
  • United Arab Shipping Co buys into INTTRA
    Kuwait-based container line joins other big names by taking stake in online freight portal.
  • British maritime decline reversed
    Chamber of Shipping chief Richard Paniguian praises tonnage tax regime.
  • Flying Dolphins "facing fine"
    Ferry operator Hellenic Flying Dolphins will have to pay up for breaching competition rules, Greek newspaper claims.
  • No joy for Peter Smedvig
    Gay internet site backed by Norwegian shipping family runs out of cash.
  • Izar closing in on sixth LNG order
    Spanish yard launches first home-built LNG carrier for 32 years on Tuesday, as it pursues fresh business.
  • Singapore in record tonnage and bunker sales
    Despite lower box volumes and bunker scandals Lion Republic still sees record tonnage and fuel oil sales.

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