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Shipping Timesweb site
APRIL 23, 2001
Shipping News
  • LNG the growth cargo of the future: Mitsui chief
    LIQUEFIED natural gas is the future for growth in shipping and energy, according to Mitsui OSK Lines president Kunio Suzuki.
  • S Korean shipbuilders' Q1 orders fall a third
  • Evergreen mulls over stakein Xiamen terminal project
  • Cargo on board Ievoli Sun being removed
Air and Land Transport
  • Ansett to expand int'l routes, domestic capacity
    AUSTRALIA's second biggest carrier, Ansett Airlines, issued a challenge to rival Qantas yesterday by announcing it was introducing new international routes and increasing domestic capacity.
  • US$1b deal clinched
  • Boeing worried China may cancel US$3b orders
  • EgyptAir presses US for more work on crash probe
  • AOM, Air Liberte may need Air France aid: minister
  • Dragonair flies record number of passengers

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
APRIL 23, 2001
  • Hanjin, Senator to replace Cho Yang ships in United Alliance
    The carriers will supplant Cho Yang tonnage deployed in the all-water pendulum service between Asia, the U.S. and North Europe.
  • Inttra, GT Nexus eye cooperation
    Rival ocean shipping portals to work together on standards to exchange information, APL executive says.
  • Airborne unveils ground service
    Facing an earnings slump, the express carrier unveils a less-expensive product to compete with FedEx, UPS.
  • Freeing trade in the Americas
    As the Summit of the Americas opens in Quebec, the world ponders the possibility of an American free-trade area.
  • Air carriers uprooted by flower distributor's bankruptcy
  • Surprise! New Web transport market opens
  • BNSF, NS combine on transcontinental intermodal service
  • Crowley Liner Services begins Cuba service
  • Korean Air Cargo promotes Ken Choi
  • EVA Airways inks sourcing agreement with FreeMarkets
  • Kevin English named chairman, CEO at Covisint
  • Coalition urges increased ACE funding
  • Santos port costs expected to fall
  • TMM expands north-south service

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Sched Netweb site
APRIL 23, 2001
  • PSA invests in Guangzhou
  • Trade fair to be held in Chongqing
  • Aliança to open Finland office
  • Yunnan Si Mao Port opens up
  • New airport for Sichuan
  • Cathay sees cargo down
  • Forward Air goes on and on
  • EVA to adopt Freemarkets
  • Tianhe Airport to be China hub

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Cargowebweb site
APRIL 20, 2001
  • Profit UPS down 11.5 percent; Strong growth in Europe
  • CEO Cargolux must leave
  • Ansett's reform package approved
  • Another positive result for Southwest
  • ABX joins with Danish company
  • BP offers truckers web services

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Exim Indiaweb site
APRIL 23, 2001
  • Full Conference Program - Indian Shipping Industry
  • NSICT is privileged to handle APL vessels, containers
  • WAX service is part of our commitment to India
  • APL extends WAX service to JN Port - APL Egypt's inaugural, maiden call at NSICT
  • CII team signs 6 MoUs in Saudi Arabia
  • Scope for closer ties with HK in SMEs seen
  • Focus on local footwear sector to boost exports
  • Seafood exports surge by 23 per cent
  • GCPTCL handles hazardous chemicals with dexterity
  • Atlas Air invests in new UK airline
  • Ansett Airlines brings forward air fleet upgrade
  • China Eastern to boost service
  • Hong Kong leads way in Asian cargo stakes
  • HK airport's passenger traffic surges 11.3 per cent in March
  • Boeing eyes longer range 747-400 freighter
  • FedEx launches Shanghai service
  • UPS to build intra-Asia hub
  • Emirates relaunches website
  • Retain import duty on CPO at 55 pc, says Assocham
  • EU asked to restore sugar quota
  • Gujarat to scrap octroi in 150 municipalities from May 1
  • MP scraps tax on processed grains, pulses
  • IMC welcomes RBI's credit policy
  • 4 per cent dip in garment exports
  • ADB projects 6.2 pc GDP growth for India
  • Finance Bill 2001 to be discussed on April 25
  • No scope for mad cow disease in India: AIMLEA

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
APRIL 20, 2001
  • New weekly global averages
  • Crude oil little changed after 3 day's drop
  • Last call for IBC2001 delegates
  • Good activity in Pacific Northwest markets
  • US West Coast prices at competitive levels
  • Bunker prices for Irish ports
  • US Gulf markets this week

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International Transport Journalweb site
APRIL 23, 2001
  • New structure for Bruhn
  • Giraud Group
  • New subsidiaries
  • New partners
  • U-Freight
  • TPG growing
  • Canmar
  • Stock exchange candidate
  • Russia: Ports in the black, fleet in the red
  • Nishni Novgorod with ferry port of Sassnitz

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Marine Logweb site
APRIL 20, 2001
  • FGH files for Chapter 11
    Friede Goldman Halter, Inc. has filed a petition for relief under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code.
  • NYSE suspends trading in FGH
    The New York Stock Exchange announced today that it determined that the common stock of Friede Goldman Halter, Inc. -- ticker symbol FGH ' should be suspended immediately.
  • Navion and Skaugen form U.S. Gulf shuttle tanker company
    Navion Inc. and Skaugen PetroTrans (SPT) have announced the formation of a U.S. based offshore loading company to serve deepwater interests in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Record first quarter for Kirby
    Kirby Corporation yesterday reported record net earnings for the 2001 first quarter

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World Wide Shipperweb site
APRIL 20, 2001
  • Port Vancouver, USA resumes operations following brief work stoppage by state employee pickets
  • Port of Portland announces Delta and Continental have added two new flights to New York area
  • Seattle World Trade Club schedules Annual Dinner at Space Needle with Senators Murray and Cantwell
  • Port of Portland Commissioners agree to allow Cascade General to sell Dry Dock 4
  • Port of Port Angeles sponsors opening event of 56th annual Olympic Logging Conference

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Lloyd's Listweb site
APRIL 23, 2001
  • Corrupt officials 'made up slaveship story'
    By David Osler THE West African child slaveship scandal was concocted by corrupt Gabonese immigration officials to cover up their bribe-taking, local shipping figures have insisted to Lloyd...
  • Liner giants consider partnership
    AN unprecedented collaboration between two of the world's largest liner shipping consortia is under consideration amid concern about the market. The Grand Alliance and New World Allia...
  • KPMG to pursue Costa Crociere for £42m
    ACCOUNTANCY firm KPMG, appointed separate administrator for the parent company of insolvent UK shiprepair group Cammell Laird, intends to pursue Italian cruiseship operator Costa Crociere for up to...
  • Grimaldi pact with Minoan
    GRIMALDI Lines, the operation of Genoa-based Grandi Navi Veloci and Greece's Minoan Lines have decided to enter a partnership aiming to expand their ferry services in the Mediterranean. ...

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Fairplayweb site
APRIL 20, 2001
  • Australia to seize FMD risk stores
  • Hitachi trims yard payroll
  • Preem matches double-hull demand
  • Tanker may have been scuttled
  • Friede Goldman files for protection
  • Hyundai cuts North Korea cruises
  • Tension eases in BHP coal dispute
  • Gulf yards fear Asian threat
  • Djakarta Lloyd suspends China route
  • Argentine hike upsets Mercosur
  • Dutch mount 'road to sea' service
  • Only one bidder for Rosario
  • EC re-thinks German yard capping
  • Complaints groundless, says Korea
  • Meyer expands, HDW covers up
  • Galana 'not yet an MSC ship'
  • Superfast sets service start date
  • Philippine owners hit out at STCW
  • 'Business as usual' for Brambles
  • Rowdock slaps claim on Portnet
  • Vancouver too busy for tall ships
  • Double-hulls only, says Norsk Hydro

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
APRIL 23, 2001

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Marine Linkweb site
APRIL 23, 2001
Maritime Contract News
  • Trading Is Suspended On FGH's Common Stock
  • After Mulling Options, FGH Will Protect Its Assets
Breaking News
  • Trading Is Suspended On FGH's Common Stock
  • Petrobras Yet Again Delays Details of Sinking
  • Shipping Officials To Discuss Singe Hull Phase Out
  • Navy Keeps Quiet Regarding Sub Captain's Fate
  • After Mulling Options, FGH Will Protect Its Assets
  • Brazilian Panamax Holds Steady
  • Carnival Sells Off $400 Million of 20-Year Bonds

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TradeWindsweb site
APRIL 20, 2001
  • Stena plans super suezmax
    The Swedish owner is looking to take on aframaxes with a new broad-beam and shallow-draught tanker design.
  • Ievoli Sun pumping delayed
    Preparatory work is being completed on the sunken chemical tanker, but no cargo will be removed just yet.
  • ISC's revenues drop 10%
    Losses blamed on liner operational problems and vessel disposition.
  • OMI on the prowl for more tankers
    The tanker-hungry US owner is said to be casting its eye over more resale candidates.
  • Navion and Skaugen team up in US
    The Norwegian tanker owners are preparing an order for five aframaxes.
  • Bulker players dragging feet over consolidation
    Shipowner Tom Erik Klaveness says bulker pool growth is slow, but will eventually happen.
  • A&P mulls Cammell move
    The UK shiprepairer may look to acquire debt-ridden Cammell Laird.
  • Daewoo Heavy shares could stop trading early
    Korean Stock Exchange may bring forward delisting of the company which spun off its shipbuilding arm last year.
  • Record-breaking quarter for Concordia
    The Swedish tanker owner has raised its 2001 profit forecast after a strong start to the year.
  • HMM to axe three North Korean cruiseships
    Slow tourist demand is forcing Hyundai Merchant Marine to reduce its North Korean cruise fleet to one vessel.
  • Friede Goldman Halter files for bankruptcy
    The troubled US shipyard and offshore group is talking to creditors about debt reorganisation.

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