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Shipping Timesweb site
APRIL 3, 2001
Shipping News
  • French vessel stuck on reef in S'pore Strait being salvaged
    SALVORS are on board a stricken French container ship which ran aground on a reef in the Singapore Strait just before midnight last Tuesday.
  • M'sia considers deepening P Klang for mega ships
Air and Land Transport
  • US airline service worsens for another year
    [NEW YORK] The experiences of US airline customers declined in quality for another year, despite customer service plans implemented by the airlines, according to an annual university study released on Monday.
  • American Air told to collect US$45.5m fine from pilots
  • SIA turns to students for help
  • Air NZ's credit ratings placed on negative watch
  • Swissair chalks up huge losses of 2.9b francs, the worst in its history
  • Qantas jet hit by tractor in Melbourne
  • ANA jet makes emergency landing
Features
  • Corruption, substandard tanker fleet of Ecuador exposed
    WHEN the small tanker Jessica went aground in the highly environmentally sensitive Galapagos Islands, the immediate cause of the casualty was quickly identified as navigational error by the ship's master.

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 2, 2001
  • Welcome to the new Joc Online
    We've restyled our look to give you all the day's trade and logistics news - and more - in an easy-to-use format that's easy to navigate.
  • New bill to change NY pilotage
    The new measure introduced in the New York legislature would require docking pilots to hold state pilotage licenses.
  • Con-way enters air forwarding business
    The less-than-truckload motor carrier plans to enter the airfreight forwarding business in May.
  • SAirGroup to sell cargo, forwarding assets
    The parent of Swissair, will sell off cargo assets amid the worst loss in its 70-year history.
  • Zim joins carriers' NY exodus
  • IANA publishes directory on CD-ROM
  • Customs issues accept/reject policy on entry summaries
  • Canmar, Senator restructure Canada-Med service
  • Mexican truckers: January border opening too late
  • Houston ILA debuts dedicated worker program
  • LeHavre sets port upgrade
  • FMC's tariff database down for two weeks
  • EGL wins military logistics contract
  • FedEx launches priority service in the Dominican Republic
  • BAX Global names Carr to head supply-chain management
  • MarineNet drops fees
  • GT Nexus lands Itochu account for its shipper software

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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 3, 2001
  • Carriers launch new Europe Southwest Asia service
  • Cosco Freight Guangzhou and Wako in China joint service
  • Pudong foreign trade up
  • PTP development continues
  • Busy summer beckons for Chek Lap Kok
  • FedEx goes for Top Image
  • Polar gets "Diamond" award
  • Romanian airline opts for 737s
  • Delta Air Lines launches service LA-Nagoya service

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Cargowebweb site
APRIL 2, 2001
  • Dutch work at Shanghai port
  • French/Swiss presidents discuss ailing SAirGroup
  • OverNight Express to carry air cargo
  • A.P. Moller shipping profits up
  • Broström orders product tanker
  • INTTRA announces launch pilot program

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 3, 2001
  • Used ship imports allowed subject to guidelines
  • SCI all set to spread wings to Far East with direct box services - Joint venture with K Line, PIL, Dong Nama & YML
  • MAC-NELS Singapore opens office in city
  • Ban on import of textiles with hazardous dyes
  • Dyestuff units seek removal of dumping duty on aniline
  • Less than 3-yr old cars can be imported
  • Vizag Port emerges numero uno - Handles record 44.685 million tonnes cargo in 2000-01
  • Govt to double naphtha import duty to 10 pc
  • Leather exporters welcome simplified procedures
  • DGFT hints at alternative to DEPB next year
  • Exports up 20 pc in April-Feb. 2000-01
  • Inflation rate marginally down
  • Export obligation defaulters given more time
  • Indo-Nepal Treaty in for review
  • Exim Bank to invest in equities of Indian JVs in Vietnam
  • Policy will spur export growth, says EEPC chief
  • Acceptance by apparel exporters
  • Govt to draw up concessional import duty list for SEZ developers
  • RBI revises WMA interest rates
  • Petrol, diesel, ATF still canalised
  • 'Revenue-neutral' Exim Policy
  • Accelerated exports due to trade policy reforms, says report
  • IMC organises meet with Chinese team

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 2, 2001
  • Rotterdam market starts week with some congestion
  • South European bunkers steady to soft
  • PDVSA expand on-line bunker ports
  • Steady market in Singapore, some tight avails
  • Brazil fuel oil firmer
  • New supplier listing in Russia

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 3, 2001
  • EU approves mail merger
  • Chamber of Commerce of Upper Austria to cut some red tape
  • Excellent annual business reports as well as some disappointments
  • Disappointing results for Geodis
  • New RoMo between Wels and Maribor

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World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 2, 2001
  • Corps of Engineers award $6.9 million contract to repair Yaquina Bay Jetty at Newport
  • Boeing Commercial plans to develop longer-range faster, airplane with speeds of Mach .95
  • Evergreen joins New World Alliance on service between Asia and Northwest
  • Port of Seattle considers Fishermen's Terminal at Salmon Bay as possible pleasure boat moorage
  • Sea Education launches first sailing school vessel to operate in the Pacific built by J. M. Martinac

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 3, 2001
  • Sterling offers to go Dutch
    P&O chairman Lord Sterling has given a strong hint that he backs proposals to use Nedlloyd's stock market listing to float P&O Nedlloyd. Nedlloyd chairman Leo Berndsen has bee...
  • Corsica Ferries claims victory in French U-turn
    Corsica Ferries has made a surprise last-minute U-turn by dropping out of the competition for the ferry concession between the French mainland and the island of Corsica. Its decision, annou...
  • Montanari in twin-skin tankers deal with Tamoil
    Oil tanker and gas carrier operator Navigazione Montanari has sealed a three-year distribution contract worth in excess of $110m with Tamoil of Libya. The deal involves the permanent deploy...
  • Problems plague Baltic ferry
    TT Line's 34,000 gt Baltic ferry Nils Holgersson has had to abort her second trial run because difficulties with the vessel's pod propulsion system have continued. ...

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Fairplayweb site
APRIL 2, 2001
  • Santos paralysis continues
  • Collision ship transfer begins
  • Danes fight to contain spill
  • PNG port agency decision date set
  • SembCorp bites into PPL
  • SeaFrance savaged by sales slump
  • Corsica opens ferry trade bids
  • Rasgas awards LNG contract
  • Ketchikan says no to head tax
  • Cuxhaven turns East
  • Manila expansion contract inked
  • India relaxes tonnage import rules
  • Preussag may cut Hapag holding
  • Jamaica gets the cruise blues
  • Politics cripples Bangla ports
  • Philippines detains hijack ship
  • Costa Rica seeks port bids
  • Greece apprehends migrants
  • Australian live cattle for Vietnam
  • Dredging agency to be sounded
  • 'No complaint' over licence scam

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
APRIL 3, 2001
  • Nouvelle menace sur le fret ferroviaire via la France: préavis de grève pour le 4 avril
    Lorsque les syndicats de cheminots ont lancé un mot d’ordre de grève pour le jeudi 29 mars 2001, les responsables de la SNCF (chemins de fer français) ont décidé, par anticipation, de commencer à refuser la prise en charge de certains trafics dès le lundi 26 mars. Parallèlement, les mêmes responsables annonçaient la suspension de l’intégralité du trafic fret jusqu’au mercredi 4 avril à 24h00. Les clients du fret ferroviaire sont donc purement et simplement face au vide. De surcroît, un nouveau mot d’ordre de grève a été lancé pour le jeudi 4 avril 2001.
  • Les services containérisés de RKE transférés à IFB
    es services opérationnels de la division de containers de RKE (navigation rhénane et fluviale, expédition internationale) ont été officiellement intégrés à la société-soeur IFB (Inter Ferry Boats), tous deux appartenant au groupe SNCB, avant-hier. “Pour RKE, cela se traduira par un allégement des coûts opérationnels, pour IFB par des effets de synergies puisque l’entreprise peut désormais proposer tant l’alternative fluviale que ferroviaire sur les terminaux d’hinterland multimodaux”, explique Rutger Herzog, le general manager de RKE.
  • Wilhelmshaven préféré à Cuxhaven comme port à containers en eau profonde
    Le sort en est jeté. Au grand désenchantement de Cuxhaven, Wilhelmshaven a été choisi pour l’implantation du nouveau terminal à containers en eau profonde que l’Allemagne veut construire d’ici la fin de cette décennie. Le projet a été présenté à la presse à Hambourg à la fin de la semaine dernière.

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Marine Linkweb site
APRIL 2, 2001
  • Royal Caribbean's Radiance of The Seas Debuts In Miami
  • New Zealand Ports Operator Explores Further Networks
  • $8.8 Million Grants SembCorp 50 Percent Of PPL
  • FGH Elects New COO
  • U.S. Federal Court Bars OPEC From Price Fixing
  • Lackluster U.S. Gulf to Japan Charter Is to Blame for Panamax Rates

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 2, 2001
  • Eletson adds two at Hyundai
    Greece's Eletson has ordered two more aframaxes in Korea.
  • BP Marine, HMS in US Gulf bunkering joint venture
    BP's area of bunker delivery expands to Port Arthur and Lake Charles.
  • US Coast Guard moves to boost shipping standards
    Initiative may offer future reduced US port fees.
  • Market poised for bulker scrap bonanza
    First quarter demolition figures are way down on last year's, but brokers are upbeat on likely volumes for 2001.
  • IHC Caland on course
    Dutch shipbuilding group predicts profit will be at least $66m.
  • LISCO trims fleet
    The Lithuanian owner has disposed of two elderly bulkers, with two more up for grabs this week.
  • US security firm pushes for tanker coverage
    Long-term outlook for VLCC market is seen bullish.
  • Romanian yard aims at big growth
    Mangalia aims to hike turnover by a third despite troubles of Daewoo group.
  • German ship charterers to merge
    New company will have a fleet of 16 ships.
  • Reefer rethink hits LASCO
    The Latvian owner made a loss in 2000 as it re-valued its reefer fleet, but underlying profits were up.
  • Sembcorp buys into local offshore yard
    Singapore's Sembcorp Marine investing in additional offshore expertise.
  • Brostrom takes stake in newbuilding
    The Swedish owner has confirmed its joint ownership with Donsotank of a products tanker on order in China.
  • Grounded French boxship unloads fuel
    Cargo discharging operation is expected to take up to a week.
  • Marine Transport appoints new vice-president
    Rockwell Smith is responsible for MTC's fleet operations.
  • Shipping executives admit fraud
    Two plead guilty to conspiracy over US military and aid cargoes.
  • Kansai KK stock rockets on theme park link
    Potential extra passenger numbers sends Japanese ferry company's share price skywards.
  • MOL predicts bumper year
    Company president Kunio Suzuki says continued growth still possible.
  • SembCorp eyes Shanghai repair yard
    The Singapore repair group is looking to take a stake in a second Chinese repair yard.




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