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Shipping Timesweb site
JUNE 6, 2001
Shipping News
  • Good year for shipping, but SSA has some concerns
    PIRACY, stowaways and incidents involving Singapore-flagged ships were among the areas of concern identified in the Singapore Shipping Association's latest annual report.
  • Oil spill group to widen membership base
  • Kite surfers required to get MPA clearance
Air and Land Transport
  • BAA sees profit growth slowing amid disease concern
    BAA plc, the No 1 airport operator, said it expects profit growth to slow through the summer because concern about foot-and-mouth disease is discouraging tourists from visiting the UK.
  • A380 may gain from expected Narita crowds
  • FAA seeks checks of older B737s
  • Controversial airline ticketing website flies
  • Boeing wins US$4b USAF C-130 upgrade
  • NZ authorities probe fatal copter crash
Features
  • Airbus nudges governments to adopt commercial approach
    European plane maker Airbus had a bright idea in the mid-1990s - to supply transport planes to European defence ministries by dealing with them exactly as it deals with airlines.

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 5, 2001
  • Chassis reflector deadline extended
    The DOT has extended the deadline for chassis operators to comply with a controversial new safety reflector rule.
  • Supply-chain collaboration picks up steam
    Buyers, sellers and carriers are working across the supply chain to cut costs.
  • BACM chief Finnegan resigns
    James P. Finnegan, chairman of the Business Alliance for Customs Modernization, was an outspoken advocate for customs reform.
  • US, China meet on WTO bid
    But officials reported no progress in talks Tuesday on Beijing's effort to join the World Trade Organization.
  • Virgin Atlantic adds San Francisco and Las Vegas services
  • HLMS acquires tug, barge fleet
  • Maritime unions merge
  • Contship adds Med service
  • OIA acquires forwarders
  • Emery wins Ingersoll-Rand contract
  • TPG sells Dutch, French businesses
  • Swissair plans job cuts
  • Pakistan port imposes new customs charges
  • P&O Nedlloyd, MOL boost Asia-South America service

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 6, 2001
  • Forum to restore South American rates
  • Cho Yang optimistic despite receivership application
  • Restoration of Asia-South Africa freight rates
  • Tonnage results see positive growth at Port of Brunswick
  • Cargo moves
  • FedEx launches Ottawa-US direct cargo flight
  • DHL-Sinotrans goes west
  • Lovett joins Mercury senior management team
  • Swissair struggle

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Cargowebweb site
JUNE 5, 2001
  • Finally measures Swissair Group
  • P&O Nedlloyd, Mol upgrade North-South service
  • APL unveils New Africa Service
  • Less rail transport in Rotterdam; Splitting of rail service
  • Higher profit British airports
  • Dutch/Filipino agreement on seaman
  • FedEx express center in Portsmouth

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 6, 2001
  • 'Maersk Sealand will constantly upgrade services' - With Laura Maersk visit at NSICT-JN Port, Indian shipping 'on threshold of new era'
  • Hapag-Lloyd expects healthy growth
  • AP Moller takes third terminal operator spot
  • Exhibitors lining up for TOC Lisbon 2001
  • LNG carriers bolster MISC profits
  • 'Father of Containerisation', shipping legend Malcolm McLean passes away
  • New ship safety laws will cost shipowners dearly
  • More than 5,000 single hull tankers to be scrapped
  • Kawasaki Kisen group's pre-tax profit jumps by 86.7 pc to record high
  • 3 major container lines to boost traffic at Vancouver port
  • The World bags 'Ship of the Year' award
  • Taipei opens ports to foreign investors - APL, Maersk, P&O Ports & CSX seen interested
  • Wan Hai to launch transpacific service
  • Aframax demand lifts Japan's shipyards orders
  • Denholm-Anglo-Eastern merger creates ship management giant
  • NOL receives US Coast Guard award
  • Apl Logistics appoints senior management team
  • Lykes offers real time web schedules
  • Port of Le Havre outlines development programme
  • Latvian ports increase throughput
  • PSA Corp signs MoU with Guangzhou Harbour
  • TNWA carries millionth container
  • India may import 3.85 mt palm oil despite high tariffs: Study
  • PLL may go in for global EPC bids: Kochi LNG project
  • Garment exporters seek PM's help to end drawback delay
  • Gaz de France, Petronet sign shareholders' pact
  • Cotton exports under OGL soon: Rana
  • Taiwan's cycle exports up by 3.19 pc despite Chinese competition
  • 3.77 lakh t. edible oil imported in May
  • Ministry extends textile export quotas till Sept. 30
  • EICA hails move to free cotton exports
  • Record 25,000 t peas imported at Vizag Port
  • Mrs Neera Saggi, IAS, assumes charge as Dy Chairman of JNPT
  • Overseas commercial borrowing norms in for review
  • Assocham proposes 7-pt strategy for economic turnaround
  • CBDT may extend PAN to more transactions
  • Govt strategy to help SSIs fight dumping
  • Inflation dips
  • ESC crafts pan-European mktg strategy
  • CII calls for flexibility in transfer pricing norms
  • State export policy on anvil
  • PM announces 5-year excise duty holiday for Kutch
  • India may insist on value-addition clause in treaty with Nepal
  • Maize export decision put on hold
  • Exporters may lose I-T holiday in new transfer pricing norms
  • Director-General of Foreign Tax set up
  • Interest rate on public deposits lowered
  • Forex reserves up by $ 91 million to $ 42,829 million
  • Passport forms on web site
  • State appoints Special Executive Officers

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 5, 2001
  • No change to OPEC production, new meeting next month
  • EU negotiating liability and compensation for oil pollution damage
  • New price indications in Montevideo/Alpha Zone
  • INTERTANKO encourages more port state control on bunker quality
  • Saudi's oil minister guarantees no oil shortage

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 5, 2001
  • Philadelphia choice by Maersk Sealand for new Oceania service
  • Kent Line Appoints New Jamaica Agent
  • Nurminen Maritime Oy sets up new company in Estonia
  • ICTSI income of PHP 31 million in 2000
  • Hutchison Port Holdings signs deal to develop Kwangyang Port
  • Auckland moves crane
  • Danzas ASG Solutions opens warehouse in Sweden
  • Kombiverkehr, Hupac Intermodal and NSB Freight form pact
  • Roadway Express forms holding company
  • KLIA special offer
  • APL unveils new Africa service
  • Contship Italia signs cooperation agreement with Luka Rijeka
  • Contship Containerlines enters Asia/Med trade
  • Stena Line improves southern Baltic service
  • Cho Yang seeks protection from creditors
  • Suez; traffic rebounds
  • Ingersoll-Rand awards European logistics contract to Emery Worldwide
  • Luis Simoes to Morocco
  • Swissair Group to save CHF 500 million
  • THY: second attempt

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 6, 2001
  • Pride of Hull well on way to completion
    The 1,496-passenger ferry Pride of Hull, pictured yesterday at Fincantieri's Venice shipyard, is scheduled for delivery to P&O North Sea Ferries at the end of this year. The 4,900 lane me...
  • Court wipes Slater clean
    Paul Slater's reputation has emerged unsullied from his legal battle with Bankgesellschaft Berlin after a London High Court judge dismissed the German bank's attempt to recover '500,000...
  • Frontline stake in VLCCs survives Bergesen sale
    FRONTLINE yesterday revealed that it had retained a one-third stake worth $107m in the four VLCCs sold by Bergesen last week, but the firm remained coy about revealing the names of its partners in...
  • Cho Yang crash forces Inchape lay offs
    INCHCAPE Shipping Services will be forced to lay-off personnel in the US following the collapse of Cho Yang, but it hopes that most staff caught up in the crisis can be moved to other departments....

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Fairplayweb site
JUNE 5, 2001
  • Canada consults on transport
  • Latvia pays for LSC flop
  • HAM, Ballast deal thwarts Boskalis
  • Baltic repairer buys new yard
  • Qasim under pressure to dredge
  • Korea raises port charges
  • India reviews options on SCI
  • Greenfield reviews LNG options
  • Consensus urged on scrapping norms
  • China rises to coal demand
  • Marina justifies class accreditation
  • TMN on road to going private
  • N Korean cruise prospects bleak
  • Kandla to hike charges
  • Dubai pardons customs officials
  • Med feeder lines cement alliance
  • Calcutta faces pilot strike
  • EU 'ignoring facts' on spills
  • Suape gets $10M development funds
  • EPA joins Evergreen spill probe

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
JUNE 6, 2001
  • Sea-Ro Terminals a été le principal prestataire de services en 1999 à Zeebrugge
    Comme on le sait, la Banque Nationale de Belgique publie depuis une dizaine d’années des rapports sur l’importance économique des quatre ports flamands, définissant la contribution directe de chaque zone portuaire à l’économie belge. Le rapport de 1999 révèle que Zeebrugge a été le seul port flamand cette année-là ayant vu progresser sa contribution au Trésor. En comparaison avec les trois autres ports, il a en outre été le seul qui a noté une amélioration pour tous les paramètres par rapport à l’année précédente. Par ailleurs, il a également été le seul port où le secteur public a enregistré une hausse considérable des investissements (+83%). Ajoutons que Zeebrugge a aussi été le seul port où le secteur privé a signalé des chiffres en croissance sur tous les fronts. En 1999, Sea-Ro Terminals a été le principal prestataire de services sur le plan de l’emploi, des investissements et de la valeur ajoutée.
  • Salvesen a enregistré des résultats en demi-teinte en 2000
    Le groupe britannique Christian Salvesen a annoncé une diminution de 2,5% de ses bénéfices (avant frais exceptionnels) à l’issue de l’année 2000, terminée le 31 mars 2001, à 39,3 mio. de GBP. Le chiffre d’affaires, par contre, a augmenté de 7,4% à 737,8 mio. de GBP. La baisse du résultat est dû dans une large mesure à l’augmentation des coûts de carburant et de sous-traitance (en Espagne et en Allemagne principalement). En conséquence, le groupe est en train d’investir dans un accroissement de sa propre flotte, afin de diminuer l’utilisation de tractionnaires. Le groupe a également annoncé que l’année 2001 a très bien débuté.
  • Le “CMA CGM Balzac” (6447 TEU) établit un nouveau record pour Zeebrugge
    Le président de la MBZ, Joachim Coens, prévoit que l’approfondissement de l’accès portuaire, de 52 pieds actuellement à 55 pieds, sera réalisé avant la fin de l’année, au plus tards début de l’an prochain. “Le gouvernement flamand est proche d’une décision”, a-t-il déclaré samedi au cours de la cérémonie à l’occasion de l’escale du plus grand porte-containers ayant jamais touché le port, à savoir le “CMA CGM Balzac” (6.447 TEU). Durant cette escale, qui a duré moins de 24 h, 1208 mouvements de containers ont été effectués à Zeebrugge.
  • Le port d’Ostende envisage d’importants travaux d’infrastructure et de superstructure
    Ostende veut continuer à développer son avant-port pour le trafic de croisières et de ferries rapides et a ainsi vu venir des promoteurs de projets portuaires proposer d’adapter ces trafics aux exigences des transports modernes tant sur le plan de l’infrastructure que de la superstructure. Dans ce cadre, on a récemment présenté un projet visant à accueillir les voyageurs de croisières et les passagers des Super Seacats dans un nouveau complexe.

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Marine Linkweb site
JUNE 6, 2001
  • 10 Die In Tanker Blast
  • New York Ports Must Dig To Survive
  • Repercussions From Damaged Ship Propeller Expected to Drive Down RCCL's 2Q Profits
  • Mersey Docks & Harbor Not Intimidated by Recession
  • Frontline Execs. Approve $321 M Four-Tanker Purchase

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 5, 2001
  • OSG, Euronav to pay up for Bergesen VLCCs
    OSG, Euronav and Frontline will take a one-third interest each in the new joint venture.
  • Enterprises Shipholding exiting reefer market
    The decision was based partly on a bearish reefer spot market outlook for April-June.
  • Not liable says Jessica's broker
    Air & Sea Insurance says cover of Galapagos spill tanker cancelled for non-payment.
  • Tanker blast kills 12
    An explosion at a Romanian shipyard has killed at least 12 people working on repairs to an aframax tanker.
  • Olsen loses family court battle
    Norway's Fred. Olsen is several Edvard Munch paintings the poorer tonight.
  • Frontline gets VLCC bill
    The Norwegian tanker owner pays $146m for equivalent of 1.8 tankers.
  • MISC lines up giant boxships
    Malaysia International Shipping Corp is joining the big league on containerships.
  • Mosvold confirms VLCC sale
    Moscliff to be converted to FPSO while Mosocean trades on in the spot market.
  • HMM in new bond issue
    Korea Development Bank is reportedly interested in the shipping company's latest fundraising move.
  • Elite's board resigns
    New blood is being brought in at loss-making Elite Rederi to help sell off the company.
  • Maersk Sealand buys into Indian port
    The shipping line has outbid Taiwan's Evergreen Marine Corp and Uniglory Marine Corp for the 13.4% stake.
  • Daewoo schedules early end to debt plan
    Korean shipbuilder Daewoo is storming ahead with its debt restructuring.
  • Seabulk facing possible loss of tugboat monopoly
    Port Everglades will decide if the company needs to be sanctioned for its troubles in the past two years.
  • Evergreen moves into shopping
    Top liner operater to offer shipping and shopping in deal with Tesco supermarkets.
  • Mercy plea earns pardon for Dubai port chiefs
    Seven customs officials jailed in April for embezzlement will now walk free.
  • APL to begin East Africa service 1 July
    The service will provide connections to and from East Africa via Aden.
  • Samho set for first profit in three years
    Former bankrupt Halla yard is set to move into the black this year under Hyundai's stewardship.
  • Ecuador to sue over Galapagos spill
    Miami broker Air & Sea Insurance faces $10m tanker pollution claim.
  • North Korean shipping concession under review
    South Korea is rethinking its move to allow merchant vessels from the North through the Cheju Strait.
  • Ship agency nearing break-even for Harrisons
    The shipping division of Malaysia's Harrisons Holdings reduced losses in 2000.




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