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Shipping Timesweb site
APRIL 13, 2001
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  • 'Super-rust' likely behind Castor crack
    SUPER-rust', with accelerated corrosion rates 15 times the normal, may be responsible for the 26-metre crack on the deck of the tanker Castor and may have widespread implications for class societies and tanker construction.
  • Cammell Laird calls inthe receivers
  • Profit soars at China International Maritime Containers
  • Australian firm to hunt for sunken treasure off coast of Guam
Air and Land Transport
  • Boeing puts chances high on building Sonic Cruiser
    BOEING Co's chief executive said on Wednesday he sees better than 50-50 odds for the US aircraft going ahead with its proposals for a new fast airliner, and estimated development costs of under US$12 billion .
  • Ansett risks losing licence as regulator grounds 10 aircraft
  • Thai Air shortlists 6 candidates for board
  • American Airlines sees a break in cloudy labour ties
  • China Eastern Air 2000 net doubles to 176m yuan on currency gains

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Cargowebweb site
APRIL 12, 2001
  • HP picks Schenker and Panalpina
  • Chemical Distribution of Internatio-Müller sold
  • suddenly offline
  • CMA-CGM in North-South trades
  • Logistics dotcom founder quits
  • Proposal to save French Swissair-sisters

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 12, 2001
  • Korean prices steady despite regional strength
  • IEA cuts oil demand forecast again, but warns about low gasoline stocks
  • Bunker prices for Brazilian ports
  • New weekly global averages
  • Indian ports benefit from reduced tax on bunkers
  • Singapore prices rise sharply ahead of long weekend
  • Sluggish market in Japan
  • Hong Kong: More IFO380 expected next week

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 12, 2001
  • CostaAtlantica gets perfect CDC score
    Costa Cruises' new flagship, the CostaAtlantica passed its semi-annual, unannounced sanitation inspection by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) with a perfect score of 100
  • Daewoo bags $1.1 billion in orders in one week
    South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding and Engineering announced yesterday that, in the past week, it had succeeded in receiving orders for 10 vessels totaling $1.1 billion.
  • What do you do with an unwanted nuclear sub?
    Got any ideas of how to safely store an outmoded nuclear sub on land?
  • Rolls-Royce establishes Naval marine organization to serve U.S.
    Rolls-Royce has set up a dedicated U.S. marine organization to provide a complete range of products and services to the U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard and naval defense contractors

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World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 12, 2001
  • Columbia River channel deepening comes up empty in President Bush's 2002 budget request
  • Port of Tacoma plans to expand new SR 509 tracks because too short for the length of trains
  • DOT Secretary discusses aviation future at FAA Annual Commercial Aviation Forecast Conference
  • University of Oregon business students team up to help Foss analyze upriver transportation system
  • Puget Sound Refinery opens "Fuel by Rail" using rail rack to load diesel fuel into tank cars

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The East Africanweb site
APRIL 12, 2001
  • Dar Port Catching Up in Cruise Tourism
  • KRA to Turn its Mombasa School into Regional Centre

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Fairplayweb site
APRIL 12, 2001
  • Cammell works on as buyer sought
  • Product carrier rates stabilised
  • Next news bulletin on April 17
  • Oil demand growth forecast cut
  • Daewoo Romania reports profit
  • Search still on for missing bulker
  • Mining giant Vale buys Ferteco
  • Terrorists blast Colombia coal link
  • Pressure grows for Philippine court
  • Transmanche signs port/ferry deal
  • IRISL to acquire more boxes
  • Exam centre cleared of cheating
  • Banana peace deal agreed
  • Bangla ports race to clear backlog
  • Kandla plans $279M investment
  • Varun to expand LPG fleet
  • Pelabuhan II restructures debts
  • Baltic to transform FFA trading
  • Title XI cuts face fierce opposition
  • Fresh opinion sought on New Carissa
  • Guayaquil FTZ plan stalled
  • Cartagena dredging contract ditched

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
APRIL 13, 2001
  • Scania et Kamaz cherchent à se rapprocher
    Kamaz et Scania ont signé à Stockholm un memorandum d’entente (memorandum of understanding) le 5 avril dernier. Un porte-parole de Scania à Södertälje nous a confirmé cette information. Il nous a toutefois déclaré qu’il serait fortement prématuré de parler d’un accord entre les deux constructeurs. “Nous avons décidé d’explorer les possibilités de coopération”, a-t-il précisé.
  • Hapag-Lloyd projette des acquisitions dans la logistique terrestre
    “Nous sommes résolument axés sur la croissance des marchés du transport et de la logistique. Nous continuerons de tirer avantage des opportunités qui se présentent sur le marché, et nous procéderons à une expansion de nos positions de leader. Cela se fera essentiellement par une croissance interne, mais nous n’excluons pas des acquisitions. Nous sommes acheteurs et non vendeurs.” Prié de s’expliquer sur ce point, Bernd Wrede, le président du conseil executif du groupe Hapag-Lloyd, qui présidait mercredi dernier à Londres la traditionnelle conférence de presse du début d’année, assisté de Günther Casjens, le patron de Hapag-Lloyd Container Lines, a précisé qu’il ne s’agissait pas de procéder à des rachats de grands armements ou à des fusions, mais que si de telles opérations devaient se manifester dans le secteur du transport maritime, elles porteraient sur des activités intéressant des niches de trafic. Sur un plan plus général, les acquisitions concerneraient essentiellement les secteurs de la logistique terrestre, notamment le transport ferroviaire et le secteur propre à la filiale française Algeco(1).
  • L’European Rail Forum for High Speed Cargo fait se rencontrer fret aérien et rail
    Les travaux de l’European Rail Forum for High Speed Cargo, lancé à l’initiative de la Commission européenne, ont pris une forme très concrète avec la publication récente d’une brochure faisant le point sur l’objectif du forum, à savoir étudier la faisabilité du transport rapide de marchandises par la voie ferrée.

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Marine Linkweb site
APRIL 12, 2001
  • Human Smuggling Operation Uncovered on West Coast
  • Korean Ship Feared Sunk Off Japan
  • DFDS Tor Lines Considers LISCO Buyout
  • Single Hull Tanker Ban Could Send Freight Rates Soaring
  • Dry Bulk Index Up Slightly

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 12, 2001
  • Union seeks labour talk with Trico Marine
    Offshore Mariners United has asked Chevron to get Trico to the negotiation table.
  • Corinth Canal sees $3m new investment
    Half of existing canal staff will be retained by new operator, Sea Containers.
  • Behn costs Torm dear
    Management bill soars at Danish shipowner with pay off to former chief, Erik Behn, key factor.
  • Cammell Laird jobs reprieve
    Receivers to continue trading as search for buyer of shipyard group begins.
  • Transmanche launches UK ferry service
    French operator starts Newhaven Dieppe service following $22m port purchase.
  • Sears names APL as partner
    Container line wins accolade from top US retailer.

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