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18 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 00:52 GMT+2

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Shipping Timesweb site
JULY 16, 2001
Shipping News
  • IPO no go for PSA: chairman
    THE IPO market is dead', declared PSA Corporation chairman Dr Yeo Ning Hong, saying the container handling giant will have to put off its long awaited initial public offering originally anticipated in May this year.
  • Hutchison to hold 45% in phase 3 of Yantian project
  • ICTSI to invest US$60m in Brazilian port terminal
  • Evergreen expects Mediterranean hub to improve its efficiency
Air and Land Transport
  • Other US airlines seen dropping int'l routes like United
    UNITED Airlines' decision two weeks ago to abruptly drop its non-stop New York-Hong Kong service after only three months in the market could be the harbinger of similar moves by other carriers in the United States, industry experts say.
  • Cathay gaining the upper hand in PR
  • Concorde to begin test flights over Atlantic soon: report
  • FedEx asks US agency to delay approval for DHL routes

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 13, 2001
  • Ports wrestle with productivity dilemma
    Despite labor protests, the implementation of information technology to speed truck turnaround time appears inevitable, says an executive.
  • UPS may join FedEx DHL complaint
    FedEx is asking the DOT to defer a renewal of DHL Airways' authority to fly between the U.S. and Mexico pending a review of DHL's ownership status.
  • Hyundai forecasts growth
    Having sorted out its debt problems and posted strong interim results, the Korean carrier sees improving performance.
  • End of an era: American takes over TWA cargo
    All cargo sales and marketing were transferred Friday to American Airlines, which completed its April acquisition of TWA.
  • Lessor, cargo carrier in freighter fight
  • LeHavre traffic gains
  • Tradepaq, ANZDL offer insurance services
  • TNT Logistics wins Latin contract
  • Great Western to pick up Fesco trans-Pacific
  • Cathay concerns HK shippers
  • International Shipholding cuts 45 jobs
  • Title XI gets $30M
  • House subcommittee OKs $300 million for ACE
  • Emery Worldwide gets Chile mine contract

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Sched Netweb site
JULY 16, 2001
  • Koreans launch Super Rack
  • Shekou to be regional hub
  • ASA links up with South African Airways
  • HKAA takes first step into the black since airport opening
  • Air France, Alitalia planning joint marketing strategies

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Cargowebweb site
JULY 13, 2001
  • Atlas to by Polar from GE
  • Swissair presents survival plan
  • Iberia to fly again
  • TNT wins big contract in Latin America
  • TNT Post buys another 49 per cent in Barlatier
  • Danzas shoe logistics contract
  • Result CSX up
  • Vopak sells terminals
  • Millionth container New World Alliance in Rotterdam
  • CP Ships daughters in new head office in Oceania

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 16, 2001
  • ECS steps into third successful year - Niche market developed for South, East & W. Africa
  • Lt Cdr. R. Srinivasan I. N. (Retd) elected President of WISA
  • 150 Indian cos to showcase products at EEPC expo in Caracas
  • Flood of cheap Chinese goods in Nepal hits India too
  • Thailand asks India to join rice exporters' body
  • Russians acquire taste for branded Indian tea in packets
  • India biggest importer of Jordanian goods
  • Nigeria buys 75,000 t parboiled rice
  • Wheat exports hinge on cleaning facilities, rising prices overseas
  • India, Thailand ratify investment pact
  • Concor relaxes overloading restrictions further
  • B. N. Shukla takes charge as Concor CGM (NR)
  • Talegaon int'l airport: MIDC names IL&FS as consultants
  • Air-India relaunches London terminator service from July 13
  • Alitalia to join SkyTeam
  • Lufthansa Cargo starts animal transport service
  • UK cargo airline to start HK service
  • China to order 400 planes over five years
  • Maersk Air Signs Pact With Pace
  • KLM first European carrier to fly B 737-900
  • US Airways offers online booking
  • Air France confirms A380 order
  • Commerce Ministry begins keeping tabs on FDI plan implementation
  • Govt lowers export growth target to 12 pc for 2001-02
  • BCHAA holds 31st 5-day training programme
  • R. M. V. Raman is new Exim Bank ED
  • 10th batch of Export Import Workshop from July 28
  • DEPB and DFRC: A comparative study

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 13, 2001
  • IEA forecasts increasing slowdown in oil demand
  • New weekly global averages
  • Quiet markets in the US Gulf
  • Montevideo/Alpha Zone update
  • Record June for IPE
  • Cool Petroleum merges with J. Lauritzen's bunker department

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 16, 2001
  • LPG ship safe after collision off Japan
    ONE crew member of a North Korean cargo ship is missing after it capsized and sank following a collision with a Japanese liquified petroleum gas tanker, Reuters reports. Japanese coast guard...
  • Cruise firm arrests Ocean Glory I
    THE ill-fated cruiseship Ocean Glory I, detained in Dover since last week over safety concerns, has been arrested by UK-based tour operator Festive Holidays for wrongful termination of a charterpar...
  • US economy hits Royal Caribbean outlook
    A FRESH warning has been posted for the cruise industry over the impact of the slowing US economy. Ratings agency Standard & Poor's has lowered its outlook for the world's se...
  • Ex-Regent Sea sinks on way to breakers
    A 44-YEAR-OLD cruiseship has sunk off the South African coast after being refused a port of refuge by the maritime authorities, writes David Mott. The Sea, formerly Regent Sea, was being tow...

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Fairplayweb site
JULY 13, 2001
  • Vosco gets 90-day ultimatum
  • Turkey angered by nuclear shipments
  • Gorthon Lines ups its game
  • Panama nears Russia accord
  • G-8 summit takes over 26 pax-ships
  • Marshall's bulker arrested
  • ICTSI sets up development company
  • Öresund ferries hit by fixed link
  • Korean coal imports fuel Capesize
  • Jurong concludes box deal
  • Joint Brazil/US services to merge
  • McCain backs subsidy withdrawal
  • Dynergy joins US LNG drive
  • Nicaragua canal a step closer

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Marine Linkweb site
JULY 13, 2001
Maritime Contract News
  • Despite Crunch on Funds, U.S. Navy Sticks To Building Plan
Breaking News
  • Senate Supports Reduced Drilling Off Florida's Gulf Coast
  • Offshore Stocks Take A Tumble
  • Celebrity Cruises Receives Lloyd's Register Certification For Quality Systems
  • Alstom Posts 19 Percent Gain In Sales
  • GN Store Nord Sells Off Last of Maritime Communications Unit

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 13, 2001
  • Brynestad launches new cruise venture
    Cruise entrepreneur Atle Brynestad buys Goddesses as Seabourn loses faith.
  • Polish yard plans workforce cuts
    Jobs are on the line at Poland's second largest shipyard.
  • Fredriksen picks up $107m
    Norwegian shipowner sells offshore shares to Golar LNG holding company, Osprey Maritime.
  • Wah Kwong orders VLCC at Hitachi
    Chao books fifth tanker in 12 months at favourite Japanese yard.
  • IMO inches towards ship refuge solution
    The IMO has a plan for dealing with the port of refuge question - now it has to get down to details.
  • New IACS chief backs greater transparency
    The International Association of Classification Societies new chairman has been speaking out.
  • Bergesen and Navion sell FPSO
    Norwegian owners are disposing of a jointly owned oil production and storage vessel.
  • Vopak sells terminals
    Kinder Morgan pays $44m for US dry cargo terminals.
  • All quiet at Chantiers
    First quarter orders and sales fell at French yard Chantiers de l'Atlantique, parent company Alstom said.
  • Boxship orders show little sign of slowing
    MOL points to strong ordering demand despite an economic downturn and oversupply of tonnage.
  • Lamy to push for EU shipbuilding subsidies
    Trade Commissioner wants to use subsidies as leverage against government support for South Korean yards.

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