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18 September 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 19:56 GMT+2





01/02/1999Penang Port confident of higher revenue
(The Star Online)


01/02/1999Hyundai cruise ship enters North Korean waters after 11-hour delay
(The Korea Herald)


01/02/1999Thamesport set to take on major UK rivals
(Shipping Times)


01/02/1999BRIEFS


01/02/1999Pernis refinery cut-back may affect Rotterdam bunker market
(The Bunker Bulletin)


01/02/1999La UE reparte licencias para circular por Suiza
(urgente online press)


01/02/1999Just little growth fruit juice transshipment Rotterdam
(Cargoweb)


02/02/1999Canadian bank upbeat about ship financing
(Shipping Times)


02/02/1999BRIEFS


02/02/1999Net loss KLM, in line with forecast
(Cargoweb)


03/02/1999G-O-O-D-B-Y-E to the Morse Code
(Shipping Times)


03/02/1999BRIEFS


03/02/1999Swissair acquires 49 percent in French carrier
(Cargoweb)


03/02/1999Cut of Russian oil to Lithuania fuels speculations
(The Bunker Bulletin)


04/02/1999Analysts Predict a Shipping Meltdown in 1999
(The East African)


04/02/1999Hakata callers for Bridgestone
(Sched Net)


04/02/1999SCT fights back over tariffs
(Sched Net)


04/02/1999Maersk to strengthen fleet
(Sched Net)


04/02/1999Volvo ultima la compra de la mayoría del capital del fabricante de camiones Scania
(ABCe)


04/02/1999Indonesian waters hotspot for piracy attacks
(Shipping Times)


04/02/1999BRIEFS


05/02/1999Shortfall in fuel does not entitle charterer to cancel charterparty
(Shipping Times)


05/02/1999M'sia will not impose fee on users of Malacca Straits
(Shipping Times)


05/02/1999L'armatore Navarma-Moby lines chiede l'intervento Ue
Onorato all'attacco di Tirrenia: «Ha un regime fiscale distorsivo»

(Il Sole 24 Ore On Line)


05/02/1999BRIEFS


05/02/1999Hamburg lost market share to Rotterdam and Antwerp
(Cargoweb)


05/02/1999Loews to buy Halla?
(Marine Log)


06/02/1999Exporters accelerate shipments to crisis-torn Southeast Asia
(The Korea Herald)


06/02/1999Chinese exports expected to fall
(Sched Net)


06/02/1999BRIEFS


07/02/1999The Economy Banana war of words heats up
(BBC News)


08/02/1999Asian shippers' call for regulation not the answer to problems
(Shipping Times)


08/02/1999Military action urged to fight piracy in Asia
(Shipping Times)


08/02/1999THCs placed on US/India freight
(Sched Net)


08/02/1999Danzas to aquire New Zealand logistics operation
(Sched Net)


08/02/1999JSC to submit anti-documentation fee bill
(Sched Net)


08/02/1999BRIEFS


09/02/1999MbPT going for global consultancy on three container berths
(Exim India)


09/02/1999Taiwan shipyard seeks to diversify
(Shipping Times)


09/02/1999Ports of LA, Long Beach handle record volumes
(Shipping Times)


09/02/1999Sounds of silence cover Safmarine bids
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


09/02/1999BRIEFS


09/02/1999El puerto de Bilbao recupera el segundo puesto en el ranking nacional
(urgente online press)


10/02/1999Delhi mulls over reduction in its SCI stake
(Shipping Times)


10/02/1999Growth surge for reefer lines
(Sched Net)


10/02/1999Resurgence in Asian trade
(Sched Net)


10/02/1999BRIEFS


11/02/1999Sri lankan carriers under fire
(Sched Net)


11/02/1999Jakarta to pick winning bid for port venture soon
(Shipping Times)


11/02/199910-month freeze on HK terminal handling charge
(Shipping Times)


11/02/1999BRIEFS


12/02/1999Jurong Shipyard declares 100% dividend
(The Star Online)


12/02/1999British y American firman hoy la alianza con Iberia y la compra de un 10 por ciento de ésta
(ABCe)


12/02/1999China ports set for huge growth
(Sched Net)


12/02/1999S'pore bunker suppliers face bankruptcy as demand falls
(Shipping Times)


12/02/1999Bimco objects to revision of US maritime law
(Shipping Times)


12/02/1999BRIEFS


12/02/1999Mobil in VLCC venture with Onassis and Goulandris
(Marine Log)


13/02/1999BRIEFS


15/02/1999Government mulling introduction of a new Export-Import policy for the services sector
(Business Standard)


15/02/1999Business slumps at Mpulungu harbour
(Times of Zambia)


15/02/1999Japan's container lines to hike US rates by 50%
(Shipping Times)


15/02/1999BRIEFS


16/02/1999New airline bags slots on lucrative European routes
(Business Day)


16/02/1999Select range of commodities -- Special customs duty may be merged with basic rates
(The Hindu Business Line)


16/02/1999Mitsui Engg may cut staff pay by 10%
(Shipping Times)


16/02/1999Grincor bucks the int'l trend
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


16/02/1999Portnet will increase berth dues by 7%
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


16/02/1999Sea-Land/Maersk to Lease Largest Box Terminal in Japan
(Cyber Shipping Guide - Ocean Commerce)


16/02/1999BRIEFS


17/02/1999Delta Air compra Atlantic por 100.000 millones
(ABCe)


17/02/1999New airport's cargo handler unveils plan
(Daily Nation on the Web)


17/02/1999Axe hovers over duty free
(BBC News)


17/02/1999BRIEFS


17/02/1999Swedish intermodal operator taken over
(Cargoweb)


18/02/1999Hutchison unit picked to operate two Jakarta container terminals
(Shipping Times)


18/02/1999Russian northern sea route not hit by cold: shipping firm
(Shipping Times)


18/02/1999BRIEFS


19/02/1999TSA to hold rate meetings
(Sched Net)


19/02/1999Los puertos españoles mueven más de 301 millones de toneladas en 1998
(urgente online press)


19/02/1999El transporte marítimo de pasajeros supera los 16,6 millones en 1998
(urgente online press)


19/02/1999Transpacific Trade Imbalance Further Widens
(Cyber Shipping Guide - Ocean Commerce)


19/02/1999S Korean shipbuilders to see fewer orders this year
(Shipping Times)


19/02/1999BRIEFS


19/02/1999General Dynamics in $2bn offer
(Financial Times)


20/02/1999Asa Niaga has mega plans for South Port
(The Star Online)


20/02/1999New Argentine CT planned
(Sched Net)


20/02/1999Hanjin enters first charter-back tonnage deal
(Sched Net)


20/02/1999BRIEFS


22/02/1999Asia in crisis: The economic pain is not over yet
(The Nando Times)


22/02/1999New business unlikely to boost Colombo's transhipment volume
(The Journal of Commerce)


22/02/1999US maritime agency allows lines to continue sharing info on rates
(The Journal of Commerce)


22/02/1999BRIEFS


22/02/1999Shipyard merger puzzle: Who will absorb whom?
(Marine Log)


22/02/1999Construction of oil terminal at Primorsk approved
(The Bunker Bulletin)


22/02/1999North Port at top of the list
(Cargonews Asia)


23/02/1999FESCO imposes box levy
(Sched Net)


23/02/1999NVOCC associations set to pool resources
(Sched Net)


23/02/1999Deregulation sees more fruit moving through PE
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


23/02/1999What about the rest?
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


23/02/1999Setting the competitive trend
(Shipping Times)


23/02/1999TWRA ups currency surcharge for some Asian shipments in 2nd quarter
(Shipping Times)


23/02/1999Asean shippers urge govts to act on rate hikes
(Shipping Times)


23/02/1999BRIEFS


24/02/1999China aims to streamline shipbuilding industry
(Sched Net)


24/02/1999Harbour pilots will come under closer scrutiny in future
(Shipping Times)


24/02/1999Crisis-hit shipowners leaving crew in the lurch
(Shipping Times)


24/02/1999BRIEFS


25/02/1999Med Conference Plans Second Rate Hike in April
(Cyber Shipping Guide - Ocean Commerce)


25/02/1999Port of Long Beach makes January gains
(Sched Net)


25/02/1999Stena's design may be 4th generation of VLCC
(Shipping Times)


25/02/1999UK port operator to sell more assets this year
(Shipping Times)


25/02/1999Panama slammed for being worst flag state in world
(Shipping Times)


25/02/1999BRIEFS


26/02/1999Hanjin retains 4th spot in world's container shipping
(The Korea Herald)


26/02/1999The Things Ports Need to Attract Cruise Ships
(The East African)


26/02/1999South Africa's Bulk Facility Project on Track
(The East African)


26/02/1999Indian port authority's right to sell arrested vessel is paramount
(Shipping Times)


26/02/1999PSA sees higher growth at Fuzhou port terminal
(Shipping Times)


26/02/1999BRIEFS


26/02/1999Sea-Land confirms restructuring under review
(Exim India)


27/02/1999BRIEFS


27/02/1999Sea-Land/Maersk to Quit TWRA in May
(Cyber Shipping Guide - Ocean Commerce)



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