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27 September 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 05:03 GMT+2

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Shipping Timesweb site
JULY 11, 2003
Shipping News
  • Transit anchorage in S'pore Strait gets IMO nod
    THE new privately-managed transit anchorage between the east and west-bound lanes of the Singapore Strait's traffic separation scheme has been given an initial stamp of approval by the International Maritime Organisation.
  • Tianjin zone becoming int'l logistics centre in north China
    THE Tianjin Harbour Bonded Zone is emerging as a new international logistics centre in north China.
Air and Land Transport
  • Taiwan airlines' June sales improve, upbeat on H2
    TAIWAN airlines have joined other Asian carriers in reporting improving sales in June, reinforcing optimism the woes brought by Sars had passed.
  • BAA handled 2.9% more passengers in June
  • Top CAL executives' terms extended
  • Sydney Airport's job cuts will compromise safety
  • KLM job cuts plan delayed by 1 month
  • Air France to fly direct to Guangzhou
Admiralty Casebook
  • Carrier in breach of Hague Rules can still limit its liability
    SHIPPERS have been put on notice by English courts to declare the value of their goods if the contract of carriage is under the Hague Rules, which tends to favour carriers instead of the Hague-Visby Rules, which has more favourable provisions for cargo owners.

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Sched Netweb site
JULY 11, 2003
  • Zim increases Pearl River Delta operations
  • FedEx to trail fuel cell vehicle in Japan
  • K Line opens Chongqing office
  • Shenyang outlet for Yicheng
  • GAC moves marketing men
  • Logipolis goes multi-lingual
  • Upturn predicted for UK exports
  • Yellow to take Roadway for US$966 million
  • Cathay cargo dips 13pc in June
  • Singapore Airlines staff agree to wage cuts
  • China Southern brings back third LA flight
  • Volga-Dnepr chief flies the flag for Russia

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 11, 2003
  • Govt may explore scope for placing SCI & DCI shares before public
  • Essar signs confidentiality pact
  • WISA concerned over shipping lines' move for congestion surcharge at JNP/NSICT
  • Software export target in sight, says NASSCOM chief
  • Reprieve for seafood exporters
  • Farm Minister calls for raising palmolein import duty
  • Apeda to spread fragrance of Indian flowers in Europe during festivals
  • Rourkela plant exports CRNO steel to China
  • 7 pc rise in world cotton output predicted
  • From an exporter of agro-products, Kerala now majors in Information Technology
  • Kerala to ensure quality of marine products for exports
  • India may register trade surplus with Germany, says IGEP
  • NSICT CEO urges Port users/shipping lines to use road option for import boxes
  • Landslides block goods transport from Siliguri to Gangtok
  • CONCOR adopts franchise scheme for cargo transportation ex-ICD-Sabarmati to Sahar Air Complex
  • Engg exporters to take up drawback refund issue with CBEC today
  • SRTEPC urges govt to intervene against EU move to impose dumping duty on synthetic fibres
  • Record excise, customs duty collection at Vizag zone
  • ICAR develops osmosis method to dry fruits
  • E. region vanaspati units assured of govt help
  • Kharif prospects brighten with shower of blessings
  • Performance of units in Vizag SEZ to be monitored
  • Petroleum Ministry wants LPG, PDS kerosene exempted from excise duty
  • SIMA seeks removal of curbs on textiles
  • 3 global fairs in Spice Board's sights
  • Trade delegation to visit Tajikistan in September

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 10, 2003
  • Good avails in steady Vancouver
  • Demand subdued by high pricing in tight West Coast markets
  • Claudette and refinery trouble boost crude prices
    Claudette could force shutdowns of Mexican offshore oil production, and it could cause major disruption to oil imports in the US Gulf.
  • ARA region: Prices surge amid tight fundamentals
    Markets in the ARA region rebounded sharply today after witnessing some fairly bearish activity since the end of last week.
  • Singapore on the rebound, outlook a little confused
  • Hope for Japan yet - but don't get too excited
    With the majority of Japan's nuclear power stations shut down due to safety concerns, the lion share of electricity production had fallen to oil fired facilities. In the last few days however, Tokyo's regional governor has given permission for a nuclear reactor supplying the capital to be restarted, in what hopefully will be the start of the reactivation of the country's nuclear electricity industry.
  • Brazilian market update
  • Italian market still beset by all manner of problems
    The computer problem that was affecting some suppliers in Italy last week is still very much evident, with the ex-terminal seller ENI still seemingly no closer to resolving hitches that have affected bunker sales.
  • Rotterdam trades higher after crude gains

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 10, 2003
  • Fercam: Foundation stone for new distribution centre in Milan
  • Vostochny: No plastic or wire seals
  • Orbit Express Airlines: new all-cargo carrier
  • Ethiopian Airlines Cargo begins new freighter service
  • POL-Levant to Misurate

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The Scandinavian Shipping Gazetteweb site
JULY 10, 2003
  • DNK under scrutiny
  • Ferry order to Remontowa

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 10, 2003
  • Blount poised to resume shipbuilding
    Luther Blount is poised to resume control of his shipbuilding operation
  • Sectional barge business aquired
    The business of Rendrag Leasing Corp has been acquired by Rendrag Equipment Co. LLC--whose president and COO is Tim Colton and whose VP sales & Marketing is Trey LeBlanc.

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 10, 2003
  • Portland International Airport joins TSA checkpoint program
  • Corps eyes penalty against Columbia River Sand and Gravel
  • Evergreen reaches deal with longshore union
  • All Port of Bellingham employees trained in life-saving techniques
  • MarAd report finds cruise business up in 2003

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Il Sole 24 Ore On Lineweb site
JULY 11, 2003
  • Cantieristica nelle secche
  • Crociere in crescita anche senza dollaro

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 11, 2003
  • Strategic failure costs Baltic dear
    THE Baltic Exchange revealed yesterday that its aborted acquisition of Strategic Software cost more than £187,000 ($304,000).
  • 'Tax reprieve' for owners living in UK
    THE Baltic Exchange is not expecting "imminent" action from the UK government against the tax-friendly position of wealthy foreigners, including shipowners, living in the country.
  • Greece faces Brussels court action over towage and port fees
    GREECE faces legal action by Brussels over alleged community law infringements on towage services and port fees.
  • Great Dane Mc-Kinney Møller reaches landmark
    MAERSK Mc-Kinney Møller, senior partner and chairman of the AP Møller-Maersk group, celebrates his 90th birthday on Sunday.
  • Ship interceptions agreed to fight trade in WMDs
    ELEVEN industrialised nations agreed yesterday to hold military exercises aimed at halting trade in weapons of mass destruction by intercepting ships and aircraft, Reuters reports.

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Fairplayweb site
JULY 10, 2003
  • Lloyd's details Iraq agents' roles
  • Hanjin Penn to rise from ashes
  • NCL sued for $1.5M
  • Member states in dock over EU rules
  • Tropical fined by FMC
  • Top sugar exporter upgrades Santos
  • Parcel tankers profitable for Stolt
  • Baltic to refocus after losses
  • Trasmed brokers deal with rival
  • Evergreen bows to longshoremen
  • IRISL spreads its net
  • Call goes out to end WRS
  • India changes privatisation course
  • FMC approves Florida tug settlement
  • Nordcapital buys into box broker
  • Iran to lift car import ban
  • Matutes to sell Trasmed share
  • Richards Bay faces staff action
  • AMSA detentions increase
  • Phils box port completion faces delay
  • Lamb export boost to US
  • India bans old foreign tankers
  • Filipinos appeal for new visa policy

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 10, 2003
  • Weak yuan trade barrier: U.S. mfrs.
    American manufacturers say monetary policy is as much an impediment to trade as cheap labor in competing against the People's Republic of China.
  • Euro air-cargo rally sputters in June
    The rally in European air cargo weakened in June as BAA, the world's biggest airports operator, and Lufthansa Cargo, the second-largest freight airline, reported lower traffic.
  • OOCL ramps up 8,000-TEU fleet
  • FMC nets $700,000 in penalties
  • Canadian dollar too strong for truckers
  • City plans $9B renovation for LAX
  • Retailers reviewing best practices
  • Northwest puts domestic services on portal
  • New Houston digs for Air France Cargo
  • Bangladesh scraps cargo rule
  • Crowley Liner Services goes online
  • O'Neill to head Ingram vessel ops

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Containerisation Internationalweb site
JULY 10, 2003
  • Security, congestion, overcapacity menace USEC boom
    As US ports, especially on the East Coast, brace for a strong transpacific peak season, there are concerns that inadequate US infrastructure and disruptive security measures threaten cargo movement.
  • New order to boost EMC mega-ship fleet
    The Evergreen Group will sign a newbuilding order by the end of this month contracting Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to build 10 S-Type ships said informed sources.
  • DB Cargo says it's ready for German road charges
  • P&O Ports retaliates in NSICT congestion charge row
  • S.Africa implements reciprocal CSI deal this week
  • China Merchants to list logistics arm
  • Shipping Ministry defeated over SCI public share offering
  • US Coast Guard seeks industry reps to guide security policy
  • Barge accident blocks Danube
  • Reefer cargo boost lifts S'o Francisco volumes
  • HMM forms container profit task force
  • Mercosul gets Manaus inland container terminal

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American Shipperweb site
JULY 10, 2003
  • CMA CGM/Med Shipping Pacific behemoths to call L.A., Vancouver
  • Zim to take space on Great Western's Pacific service
  • Med Pacific service adds northern European calls
  • Zim, China Shipping revise scope of transpacific cooperation
  • Indamex carriers switch terminal in India
  • MarAd approves three vessel flag transfers
  • European parliament panel rejects "Prestige" inquiry
  • National Maritime Security Advisory Committee seeks members
  • MITAGS/PMI upgrade security officer training program
  • EC scolds EU countries about rail freight policy delays
  • GAC appoints Godfrey group sales director
  • Minerva picks USCO to handle U.S. imports
  • D.F. Young names Williams international VP
  • Hankla, Cordero join Long Beach board of commissioners
  • Hollings set to propose port security amendments
  • ILA, Evergreen America conclude bargaining pact
  • Olympia's docks get boost from logs, Russian aluminum

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