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Shipping Timesweb site
JULY 11, 2001
Shipping News
  • Soaring tanker orders fan fears of over-supply
    AFRAMAXES are leading the pack in a big increase in tanker orders during the first half of 2001, prompting concerns of over-supply.
  • Pan-United bags US$15m deal to design, build offshore vessel
  • Oil tankers may face safety inspection overhaul
Air and Land Transport
  • New pay package to cost HK$200m a year
    CATHAY Pacific Airways said yesterday that the new pay package it offered its pilots will cost the company more than HK$200 million a year, even as analysts estimate that the industrial action currently taken by its pilots will cost the airline more than HK$220 million a month.
  • Revamped, profitable Air China seen as attractive to investors
  • Thai Air to name new president by end-Sept
  • Bombardier wins US$1.68b Northwest plane contract
  • Alitalia holding talks with Air France, Delta on alliance

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 10, 2001
  • WSC supports USCG charterer move
    The World Shipping Council has given conditional support to a Coast Guard proposal to add charterer information to Notices of Arrival.
  • Korea yards brace for EU action
    The European Union is expected to file a formal complaint with the World Trade Organization over alleged subsidy abuses by South Korea.
  • Cathay fires more pilots; cargo intact
    Freighter services are operating normally even as a dispute with pilots forced the cancellation of passenger flights.
  • India security dispute entangles US airlines
    U.S. airlines are bearing the brunt of a spat between Indian air forwarders and the country's aviation security regulator.
  • USF Worldwide managing parts for Boeing, RAF
  • FMC wants high court review of S.C. discrimination case
  • Yang Ming's U.S. agent names Ho president
  • Airborne Express, printers in alliance
  • Maersk Air taps Pace Air Management
  • Dedicated Logistics names business development execs
  • Andrew Gibson, former maritime administrator, dies
  • BDP International, G-Log in 10-year deal
  • APL opens trans-Atlantic link with Caribbean, Central America
  • Alitalia signs with SkyTeam carriers

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Sched Netweb site
JULY 11, 2001
  • Southern China plans largest logistics base
  • Law firm advice to shipping industry
  • CSX launches interactive web site
  • CP Ships takes on Canna
  • Conterm carries direct from Atlanta to Israel
  • Airlines see less competition in US, UK market
  • Airborne launches Small Business Center

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Cargowebweb site
JULY 10, 2001
  • Alitalia to joint Skyteam
  • 'Heaven sends Russian cargo ship miracle to survivors of aircraft crash'
  • Dutch directors to leave Deutsche Post
  • Cathay sacks 49 pilots
  • APL opens Trans-Atlantic link with central American connection
  • Maersk Air awards global cargo GSA contract
  • Schenker automotive contract in Asia
  • Railtrack chief ashamed with salary

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 11, 2001
  • APL opens transatlantic link with Caribbean, C. America
  • Maersk India, Soaltee Group sign JV pact in Nepal
  • CSAV takes stake in CCNI; strengthens S. America W. Coast trades
  • United Arab Shipping Co. doubles net profit to $ 41 million in 2000
  • Ecu-Line reveals SA growth plans
  • Lloyd's Register in joint launching of ship safety management system
  • Thailand plans to privatise main ports
  • Third of six Hamburg Sud vessels christened
  • P&O Nedlloyd to upgrade Brazil feeder
  • OOCL augmenting fleet with ships of 7,400-TEU capacities
  • NYK Line opens new warehouse, trailer yard in US
  • PTP aims to be international hub with up to 50 berths
  • Moller signs for 3 post-Panamax gantry cranes
  • Maersk Sealand takes delivery of Jeppesen Maersk
  • Cp Ships appoints Corporate Communications Director
  • CMA-CGM re-enters SA scene through agreement with Chile's CSAV
  • P&O Ports opts for Kalmar RTGs
  • Sydney to develop land at Port Botany
  • PTP's container volume up 40 per cent in Q2
  • Singapore yards to merge in 12 months
  • Ignazio Messina adds Maputo call
  • Kalmar's new Shuttle Carrier for post-Panamax ships
  • Ajman port to be privately managed
  • Maritime awards function to be held in Hong Kong
  • DNV developing box loss tracking system
  • ANZ and ABB in ship finance link-up
  • Indonesian firm to stop buying Indian wheat
  • Ficci urges opening of Wagah border for trade
  • Sugar exporters indifferent to Iraqi tender for 60,000 tonnes
  • Minimum purchase quantity of rice lowered to 2,000 t.
  • Ministry asks NHAI to take up Vizag Port-road project
  • TAMP rules out any concession in charges for coastal cargo traffic
  • Service tax of 5 pc on ports w.e.f. July 16
  • Prakash Shendge receives Trade Leaders Club's 'Top Transporter Award'
  • Fin. Ministry sets up working group on Customs duties
  • Opportunities for Indian industry in WTO regime seen
  • DGFT notification on norms for 87 export items
  • Fin. Min. pins hope on service sector to boost GDP
  • India, Iraq agree to co-operate in shipping and ports sectors
  • CII show in Johannesburg from July 18 to 21
  • Instt for Logistic Studies' workshop on July 13, 14

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 10, 2001
  • Iraqi loadings resume
  • Estimar barge back in service at Montevideo/Alpha Zone
  • Singapore fuel oil prices seen little changed in active market
  • Bunker market report from Russian ports
  • Bakri's bunker barge set to load at Ras Tanura this week
  • Iraqi oil exports set to resume this week

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 10, 2001
  • Roadway: profit drops during 2nd quarter
  • Descartes Systems Group
  • Hudd Distribution Services: new facility
  • UPS renews contract with Tractor Supply
  • FedEx profits plummet
  • Air India aims to be in the black
  • Target Logistics Services
  • Green light for mail joint venture
  • NACA
  • Award for BAX

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Marine Logweb site
JULY 10, 2001
  • Candies places OSV orders
    Otto Candies, LLC, Des Allemands, La. has signed a contract with Bender Shipbuilding of Mobile, Ala. to construct three 240-ft., 3,000 dwt maximum capability offshore supply vessels.
  • Oslo listing for Golar
    Golar LNG Limited, a company associated with Frontline Ltd.'s main shareholder, John Fredriksen, will be listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange on Thursday, July 12
  • Australia seeks new patrol boats
    Australian defense minister Peter Reith has announced a Request For Tender for replacements for Australia's 15 aging Fremantle class Patrol Boats
  • Training for LNG terminal "Persons-In-Charge"
    Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (MITAGS) and Pacific Northwest Maritime Institute (PMI) Seattle, Washington, have developed a five-day "Shoreside Persons-In-Charge (PIC) Course" for the operators of the Elba Island LNG Terminal

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 11, 2001
  • Trieste court to rule on ADCL vessel
    A TRIESTE court is expected to rule on the future of the ADCL Salwa over the next few days after a hearing yesterday to confirm the arrest of the 1,388 teu ship, writes Giovanni Paci and Janet Port...
  • Iraq turns on the oil taps
    IRAQ'S decision to reopen the taps on its oil exports through its Persian Gulf and Mediterranean terminals has given the big crude tanker market a much needed lift, but brokers have warned ow...
  • Panama 'issued Ocean Glory I papers'
    UNAUTHORISED safety certificates for detained cruiseship Ocean Glory I - withdrawn by flag state Panama last week - were issued by the New York office of the Panamanian registry itself,...
  • Cho Yang goes back to roots in Asia
    CHO Yang has returned to its roots in the South Korea-Japan trade as it starts from scratch to restart its first service after filing for court protection at the end of May, writes Matthew Flynn, T...

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Fairplayweb site
JULY 10, 2001
  • Speculation over new reefer star
  • Lakes cruise company folds
  • US ports losing battle, says WSJ
  • San Jose oil pact to be renewed
  • Corn blockade threatened in Mexico
  • Tirrenia boss backs privatisation
  • Human rights body probes Coega
  • Spanish tonnage tax 'likely'
  • Typhoon damages hijacked ship
  • Kandla sparks anti-P&O lobby
  • India and Iraq sign maritime deal
  • Lang mum on PSA take-over rumours
  • Korea to curb coal mining
  • Chile takes EU to WTO over fishmeal
  • Belize dredging gets green light
  • Plan to explore Med-Mex link
  • Investors unmoved by Genmar
  • Chittagong strike called off
  • Asia-Pacific training pact formed
  • Miners set up ship vetting scheme
  • Dubai, Beirut head for arbitration
  • New class societies accredited
  • Drugs bust at Evergreen Colon

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Marine Linkweb site
JULY 10, 2001
Maritime Contract News
  • BAE and Vosper Thornycroft To Divvy Up 45-Ship Order
Breaking News
  • Grand Bahama Shipyard Floating Dock Departs Cascade General
  • NKK, Kawasaki Tap Top Investment Banks To Negotiate Merger
  • Economic Slowdown Contributes To NOL's Downgrade
  • MAAG to Supply Gearboxes for IZAR-Built Norwegian Naval Vessels
  • India's Coastguard Saves Abandoned Cargo Ship Crew
  • $35.4 Million Dredging Contract Will Provide Post Panamax Access at Dubai Port

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 10, 2001
  • Golar LNG comes out fighting
    John Fredriksen's "floating pipeline" warns its may sue Poten as it issues prospectus.
  • Nordic American doubles profits
    Tanker owner Nordic American is flagging up strong profits and dividend payments despite slower tanker returns.
  • Hoegh, MOL & K-Line scoop Snøhvit LNG ships
    Front-runner Bergesen has missed out in the final round for Statoil's four LNG newbuildings.
  • Punters eye up Dabhol LNG vessel
    Problems with India's Dabhol power plant project will leave an LNG newbuilding with no work ... or will it?
  • Volgotanker opens Danish broking unit
    Russian owner Volgotanker is branching out with an overseas office.
  • Fred. Olsen bumps up day rate
    The Norwegian firm's shuttle tanker Knock Dee will stay on in South Africa for at least another year.
  • Hong Kong lands big fish
    Uniglory and Wan Hai vessels failed port state control inspections in Hong Kong in June.
  • Tankers set to resume Iraqi loadings
    Oil exports from Iraq are expected to start again today, boosting a flagging tanker market.
  • Malaysian owners press for company law reform
    Shipping chiefs want an end to restrictions governing how many companies they can set up to own vessels.
  • Banks split on Genmar prospects
    The joint underwriters of General Maritime's New York IPO are split over prospects for the company.
  • ValuShip in deal with Grays Harbor
    New Klaus Glusing venture aims to use Washington port.
  • Unithai scraps another tweendecker
    The Thai shipowner continues to sell its older vessels.
  • ITF wins funds for Ocean Glory 1 crew
    Transport workers federation recovers wages and 'fees' paid to a manning agent.

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