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18 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 00:48 GMT+2



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Shipping Timesweb site
JULY 23, 2001
Shipping News
  • Dump Liberia flag, ITF urges shipping firms
    THE International Transport Workers' Federation has called upon shipping companies to dump the Liberian flag following accusations the millions generated from its registry fees help fund brutal attacks by guerilla rebels in neighbouring Sierra Leone.
  • PTP takes delivery of six more gantry cranes
  • Port Klang probe into explosion aboard vessel
  • BHP Billiton, Teekay form ship management venture
  • Hyundai sees growth ahead
Air and Land Transport
  • Virgin Blue sure of getting NZ, Aussie govt nod for new routes
    NO-frills Australian airline Virgin Blue remains confident of getting governmental approvals to operate on New Zealand and trans-Tasman routes, with a decision possible in a couple of weeks, head of new routes and marketing Mark Siladi said Friday.
  • Boeing plans to shift some modification work to vendors
  • Wide Q2 losses at major US airlines
  • BA Concorde carries outa second test flight
  • Northwest Airlines plan to cut 1,500 jobs
  • Japan carriers see more holiday demand

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 21, 2001
  • Americas east coast services to restructure
    Hamburg-Süd plans to put six new containerships into the trade between the east coasts of North and South America.
  • Oakland clerks, stevedore in contract talks
    Negotiatiors were working to resolve a contract dispute between port clerks and a stevedore that had idled the Yusen terminal in Oakland.
  • Progress in Baltimore rail fire
    Emergency crews pulled a ruptured tank car from a tunnel fire that snarled rail traffic up and down the eastern seaboard.
  • Brazil port launches Med service
    The privately-run container terminal at Sepetiba has begun a weekly Mediterranean joint service.
  • Freightgate acquires CargoPolicy
  • Brokers seek bankruptcy legislation
  • Winter, economy hit CP Rail bottom line
  • CSX, Matson in U.S.-Hawaii deal
  • Special charges hit CNF earns
  • Senate committee OKs $39.9M for port security
  • Customs schedules second Air AMS installation
  • EU to rule against Deutsche Post
  • Grimaldi to launch car carriers
  • ITF slams Liberia registry

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Sched Netweb site
JULY 23, 2001
  • PTP acquires six RTGs
  • Asia-Australia rate adjustment
  • Port of Le Havre eyes Alsace
  • Fridge terminal in Russian port
  • Koh is new SIA chairman
  • Continental's 737 century
  • BAE to support CargoLifter

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Cargowebweb site
JULY 20, 2001
  • Northwest to sack 1,500 people
  • Rumors merger P&O Nedlloyd and NOL
  • Iberia settled with pilots
  • UPS loss, although lower than expected
  • Lufthansa Cargo down 5.3 per cent
  • Panalpina opens Antwerp Cargo Center
  • Freightgate together with insurance portal

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 23, 2001
  • 10 pc rise in textile imports
  • Myanmar may buy wheat from India
  • Value-added spices may open doors in Latin American countries
  • India improving textile quality, Rana informs US importers
  • RS panel satisfied with facilities at NM Port
  • M. P. Pinto impressed by Vizag Port's improved turnaround time
  • ChPT to gain from DLB merger, privatisation: Baskaradoss - CCHAA organises meeting of cargo fraternity
  • Informa Maritime & Transport to launch specialist reefer trade conference
  • Schenker India awarded ISO-9002 Certification
  • Prime Logistics comes a long way in a short while
  • TWA Cargo comes under American Airlines' umbrella
  • Singapore Airlines signs for A380
  • Air France, Alitalia to hold talks on enhanced marketing
  • DHL launches "return repair" service
  • Continental Airlines' profits plunge
  • Danzas gets Dutch order
  • Frankfurt Airport still on top
  • 6-way airline pact
  • Pesticide industry, exporters pin hopes on Sept. crop protection meet
  • Ficci moots 4-pronged strategy to revive investment demand, confidence
  • CMs seek service tax under State list
  • 14-member CII team off to UK
  • Assocham chief in PM's Council
  • Maharashtra on top of investment map
  • Need for value-addition in farm sector stressed
  • Claiming exemption from payment of Excise Duty for exports - Procedure revised

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 20, 2001
  • OPEC ready to cut output if prices fall
  • Singapore ends week on month-high amid tight prompt avails
  • New weekly global averages
  • Oil imports account for 60% of US demand
  • OPEC defends production levels

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 23, 2001
  • CNC
  • Russia and North Korea
  • Viking Freight and American Freightways
  • Yellow Freight expands Exact Express
  • Belarus simplifies customs clearance
  • Mont Blanc tunnel open from November
  • Martinelli Trasporti
  • Netherlands introduce distance-related vehicle tax
  • Six new locomotives for KEG
  • ABX Logistics and Optimus

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 23, 2001
  • Festival takes Cuba plunge
    FESTIVAL Cruises is to become the first mainstream cruiseline offering regular cruises from Havana since Costa Crociere was forced to abandon Cuba as a result of its takeover five years ago by Carn...
  • Inttra signs Kühne & Nagel in portal race
    INTERNET box portal Inttra has added Kühne & Nagel to its membership, but the global logistics provider has confirmed it will also integrate with rival portal GT Nexus. Inttra is al...
  • GT Nexus claims integration 'first'
    ONLINE liner shipping portal GT Nexus has completed the integration of its e-logistics platform with the back office systems of 10 of its members, writes Neville Smith . All the carriers are...
  • Equitas tightens rules on asbestos claims as fears grow over cost to the industry
    EQUITAS has put a huge squeeze on claimants seeking redress for the asbestos scourge, in an attempt to head off the growing danger that threatens to sink huge chunks of the world insurance industry...

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Fairplayweb site
JULY 20, 2001
  • Cape Town storms delay vessels
  • Fire theatens Baltimore delays
  • Kenyans win cruise crew approval
  • New anti-drug force for Mexico
  • Container line cocaine bust
  • Romanian yard sale launched
  • North China hub port in the making
  • Canada gets shipping shake-up call
  • ITF rejects Commission claim
  • HK port volume tipped to fall
  • Elcano spurns Docenave fleet
  • Pakistan seeks new terms for Gwadar
  • Haldia 'de-linking ruled out'
  • Thais look to complete dredgers
  • Port Klang weathers blast
  • Mexican ports plan opposed
  • It's over to you Cuba told
  • Genmar shares hit new low

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 20, 2001
  • IRI replies to LISCR's counterclaims
    The Marshall Islands registry seeks dismissal of counterclaims and monetary compensation.
  • First US container ship to be built in 10 years
    Santa Maria's newbuildings will heat up competition in the West Coast-Hawaii container shipping route.
  • Container traffic hits new high in Los Angeles
    Slowdown of other economic sectors failed to trim containerised shipments.
  • CMB turns in record interims
    Belgium owner CMB says its second half figures will not be nearly so impressive.
  • Halter Marine wins tug-barge newbuilding contract
    The job will employ more than 200 people, and is scheduled to take about 15 months to complete.
  • UK Club clocks up $34m loss
    Dire equity market leads to Aleco Kairis led mutual losing 9% of free reserves.
  • Shadow cast on Sn'hvit LNG newbuildings
    Three shipowners face disappointment as Norway puts LNG export plans on ice.
  • Barge collision shuts Louisiana waterway
    Highly flammable gas was released from the damaged Kirby barge into the air.
  • Japan wades into war on piracy
    Japan's Coast Guard is sending a patrol boat to South-east Asia in a bid to control attacks on shipping.
  • Tanker resales net owners big bucks
    Hellespont has followed Bergesen's lead and cashed in its newbuildings, but fresh buying interest remains guarded.
  • Gorthon conflict hots up
    Small shareholders demand safeguards as row over B&N stake turns to war.
  • Takeover bid for Newport News drags on
    Northrop Gruman extends hostile bid to 2 August, hoping to beat unfavourable odds.
  • TMM defends recent stock trade
    Grupo Servia or management were not involved in selling of shares.
  • P&O Stena learns from Aquitaine accident
    A collision last year has prompted the UK-based ferry firm to tighten safety checks on ships' propeller systems.
  • RUS teams with Damen to secure future
    Rotterdam United Shipyards is seeking safety by cooperating with Kommer Damen's yard group.
  • Navion sells FPSO to Bluewater
    Tanker owner pushes ahead with strategy of focussing on shuttle vessels.
  • Szczecin plans to boost sales
    Polish shipyard Szczecin hopes to raise its orderbook profile over the next three years.
  • Attica plans bond issue
    The Greek ferry owner is looking to finance its latest newbuildings with a $39m fundraising drive.
  • HMM moves out cruise assets
    Hyundai Merchant Marine is clawing back cash from its failed cruise venture and finalising a charter on one vessel.
  • Analysts paint stormy future for NOL
    Concerns over weak rates have sent shares in the liner operator to their lowest in 16 months.

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