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Shipping Timesweb site
JULY 7, 2003
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  • EU states urged to set up safe havens for distressed ships
    A recent round table meeting of international maritime associations representing 90 per cent of the global industry has called for European coastal states to deliver on their duty to identify places of refuge for ships in distress.
  • Search vessel in collision
    A search and rescue ship looking for six missing sailors from a fishing boat that sank four days ago was involved in a second collision in the same area yesterday, the Japan Coast Guard said.
Air and Land Transport
  • Asian exporters to pay higher air cargo rates
    ASIAN exporters will have to pay the higher rates for sending cargo by air rather than sea to ensure they meet deadlines after their customers delayed orders because of Sars, said Schenker, a logistics unit of Deutsche Bahn AG.
  • EU law gives air passengers more rights
  • Cathay reduces staff's unpaid leave
  • Swiss in talks with creditors worldwide
  • Branson recreates first manned fixed-wing flight
  • Alaska Air, Boeing settle 2 suits over 2000 crash
Ship Shape
    AFTER a slow start to the week, there was a sudden rush to invest in Panamax Bulkcarriers, including very modern tonnage and re-sale newbuildings.
Liner Scene
  • Panama Canal's MOUs with US East Coast ports a sensible move
    WHEN the Panama Canal was in US hands the philosophy behind its operation was simple.

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Sched Netweb site
JULY 7, 2003
  • Hong Kong taxes could drive businesses away warns MD
  • Trinity Marine introduces new services to Lattakia, Ravenna
  • Healthy outlook for box trade says report
  • Haisan sees cash in the `cold chain'
  • Crowley Logistics buys Apparel Transportation
  • Eng Lee launches service to Merak
  • More agents to patrol US-Canada frontier
  • Oakland board shuffles the pack
  • HK Airport Authority hits record profits
  • American sells equity in Worldspan
  • Atlas Air cuts certificate deal but considers Chapter 11

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 7, 2003
  • Zim upgrades Adriatic Line with call at Rijeka
  • Shanghai snares third spot in box world port list; HK, Singapore stay on top
  • Famous Pacific Shipping builds up for expansion in New Zealand
  • Andreas Rocksien new Owner's Rep for Rickmers-Linie in S-E Asia
  • Cho Soo-ho new Hanjin Chairman
  • S. Korea slashes port fees
  • Management changes at OOCL
  • New Xiamen-Med shipping line
  • INMEX 2003 to be held in Mumbai from October 8-11
  • Japanese seek better investment climate in India
  • India-Singapore study group proposes joint fund of $ 1 bn
  • Granite exports net more
  • EU to impose hefty hike in duty on Indian basmati rice
  • First batch of Pak delegation arrives - 2-day trade talks to begin today
  • US panel terminates probe into imports of chemicals from India
  • OECD may exempt SSIs from anti-subsidy steel pact
  • Duty-free rubber imports allowed
  • IPA to review development plans of Tuticorin Port
  • Minister lauds sincere efforts of MbPT management & workforce - Mumbai Port turns the corner
  • Mumbai Port posts profits again
  • Bengal offers subsidy for inter-state potato exports
  • Minimum support price for paddy retained at Rs 550 a quintal
  • Steel production increases by 8.25 pc in April-May
  • Exim Bank grants $ 10-m credit to S. African bank
  • RBI fixes dates for exports to Lanka under LoC
  • Revised definition helps raise FDI inflow
  • ISMA seeks sops to raise raw sugar production
  • Customs duty on umbrella cloth panels off
  • Mohapatra sees 12-14 pc rise in garment exports
  • CBEC extends drawback clearance period till July 31
  • I-T Dept introduces online filing of tax returns
  • IIT-Kharagpur to conduct Post-graduate Diploma in Maritime Operations & Management
  • Mobile phones as marketing medium: Seminar on Tues.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 4, 2003
  • Supply of IFOs considered in Maldives as demand rises
    The Maldives, situated in the Indian Ocean, is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. The country's main port of Male currently offers only lubricants and marine gas oil (MGO) to vessels visiting the Maldives, but that may change towards the end of this year or early next year.
  • African market review
  • Iraq issues first export tender for non-storage oil
  • Asian markets end week steady to soft
    With Singapore fuel oil cargo values easing off considerably today, and Brent crude easing off in trade so far today, the stage is set for moderate price falls across Asian markets on Monday.
  • Gibraltar: Fueloil steady as distillates climb
  • Brazilian market update
  • Rotterdam softer this morning

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 4, 2003
  • New general secretary for IMO
  • Swiss introduces next generation of long-haul jet
  • Genoa's existing container liftings record broken
  • "DB Cargo" brand set to disappear
  • More cash for Giraud International

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
JULY 4, 2003
  • Bergesen delisting
  • Set for merger
  • Bulkers for Jebsen

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 4, 2003
  • DOT IG comments on Lake Express Title XI application
    First hints of how tougher Title XI process may work

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 7, 2003
  • Anomeritis ousted as marine minister
    GEORGE Paschalidis has been thrust into a climate of deteriorating relations between the Greek government and its shipping industry after being named as the country's new Minister of Merchant Marine in a cabinet reshuffle on Friday.
  • Survey confirms worst fears about seafaring ignorance
    A SURVEY of the application of the International Regulations for preventing Collisions at Sea (Colregs) conducted by the Nautical Institute has revealed widespread ignorance and misinterpretation.
  • Efthymiou demands compensation over single hull phase out
    GREECE'S top shipowning body, the Union of Greek Shipowners, has said there is a clear logical case for owners to seek financial compensation for damage inflicted by Europe's move to speed up the phase-out of single hull tankers, writes Nigel Lowry.

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Fairplayweb site
JULY 4, 2003
  • Spanish port giant to be consumed
  • Another Italian ministerial blunder
  • Oceania eyes third Renaissance
  • Mystery buyer takes Torm stake
  • TT takes third Superfast
  • HHI stays strike-free yet again
  • Greeks seek tanker compensation
  • Senegal targets Joola replacement
  • Anomeritis dumped in reshuffle
  • Thai port chief Mana walks out
  • Newbuilding hope for Meyer Werft
  • Divers to tackle Jambo oil removal
  • Regions seek Chilean ports share
  • Malta gears up for sea highway
  • Navigation levy reduced
  • Australia coal export growth slows
  • US satisfied with ISPS transparency
  • Fuzhou terminal goes to US
  • China relaxes cabotage for empties
  • Tuticorin throughput disappoints

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
JULY 4, 2003
  • Belgian court ruling opens way for further Antwerp development
    Plans to further develop the Port of Antwerp are being examined as the port authority celebrated Wednesday's court ruling that will see the Deuganckdok completed some four years late.
  • SARS could hit peak-season volumes by 10%
    Volumes out of North Asia will be adversely affected in the second half because of the SARS outbreak, said logistics giant Schenker today.
  • AP Moller denies congestion as Spanish capacity tightens
  • Groaning W.Africa ports infrastructure prompts surcharges
  • Stagnant volumes throw Tuticorin's future into doubt
  • HK industry and forwarders get red carpet into China
  • Customs ends seals spat with NSICT
  • Transsiberian box growth encourages China/Germany rail link

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 4, 2003
  • Another mystery buyer lands Torm slice
    Greece's Sanyo Hellas offloads stake in Danish owner that it would not sell to Rasmussen.
  • Novoship stake earmarked for sale
    Russian government could net $22m from shipowner share sale.
  • Bank devises yard rescue package
    Croatia's cash-strapped Viktor Lenac needs cash injection from lenders and shareholders.
  • Greek shipping minister given the push
    George Anomeritis replaced in government reshuffle.
  • Wagenborg adds to order list
    Dutch owner to build more cargoships and finally get its hands on badly needed new ferry.
  • Tasmania to buy Attica ro-pax
    Government and local shipping company TT Line to pay over $70m to acquire third Greek ferry.
  • Oil leaks from sunken coaster
    Teams move to contain and recover diesel oil from wreck off Scotland.
  • Korean owners to employ foreign officers
    Unions and shipping companies agree to draw on overseas labour pool for first time.
  • Iraq aims for July crude exports
    But oil expected to trickle out leaving tanker rates largely unchanged.
  • Japan crude imports soar
    Oil imports into the world's second largest economy jumped 13% in May from twelve months earlier.
  • Evac flushed with success
    Finnish marine toilet maker inks deals for over 2,000 toilets for Scandinavian ferry newbuildings.

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