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Shipping Timesweb site
JUNE 25, 2001
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  • Port Klang needs deeper channel to receive mega ships
    MALAYSIA's busiest container port faces a 'massive' restructure and dredging process to adequately accommodate bigger box ships, a senior Port Klang Authority source said.
  • Storm-hit freighter missing off Taiwan
  • Rest of chemical cargo removed from tanker
  • Proposed EU port package needs changes
  • Shipowners welcome ports plan
  • Intercargo backs push for common bulker design
Air and Land Transport
  • Boeing's sonic cruiser may damage environment: EU
    THE European Commission accused Boeing Co of risking environmental damage with its planned 'sonic cruiser', heightening transatlantic tensions over how to combat climate change.
  • More cooperation, not mergers, seen among aero-engine makers
  • Egyptians agree crash due to pilot suicide: report
  • New funding needed for business plan: Sabena
  • Indian Airlines cuts flights to Nepal

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 22, 2001
  • Downturn hits Asia-Europe trades
    Carriers are seeing a huge and unexpected downturn in volumes on the Asia/Europe trade with capacity utilization falling by over 15% compared to 2000.
  • LA port sued over China Shipping terminal
    Opponents of a planned 110-acre container terminal at the Port of Los Angeles filed suit against the port, the city and the proposed tenant, China Shipping Group.
  • Appeals court overturns UPS tax verdict
    United Parcel Service could find itself $1.8 billion richer after a federal appeals court overturned a 1999 ruling that said it illegally used offshore companies as tax shelters.
  • US airline execs wary of 'open skies'
  • German rail to broaden alliances
  • DHL appoints senior VP of customer relations
  • NTE goes live with FreightMatrix services
  • Scotland to host giant transshipment port
  • British urged to push for US trade links
  • Ryder buys Sameday.com fulfillment unit
  • HK firm plans more China port projects
  • Amerijet names Ferguson sales director
  • Opposition grows to Alps tunnel truck traffic

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 23, 2001
  • HK Customs head to attend overseas meetings
  • CMA CGM names new post-panamax containerships
  • US production in decline
  • FedEx challenges aviation industry and FAA
  • Thumbs up for british midland, Lufthansa and SAS
  • Air France confirms A380 order

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Cargowebweb site
JUNE 22, 2001
  • Sabena to become next Swissair victim
  • Ryder grasps Sameday.com fulfillment
  • People don't like trucks in Alps tunnels
  • Bid from Peru for ailing Argentine carrier
  • Frans Maas expanding in Turkey and Finland

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 25, 2001
  • INDFEX: Direct Far East service off to smooth sailing ex-NSICT
  • Evergreen to lead consortium in bid to build Taipei port
  • Lykes adds Rio Haina to Caribbean service
  • P&O Nedlloyd, MOL upgrade North-South service
  • P&O Nedlloyd's ship named
  • COSCO (HK) to put 6 new ships into operation
  • NOL's tanker arm outlines expansion plans
  • MOL adds Japan-Hong Kong/Straits loop
  • DCL adds Marseilles service
  • Cosco may invest in Thai line
  • China Shipping launches 'Green Channel' service
  • TMM, Lykes upgrade online
  • Canberra to impose ballast water rule on foreign vessels
  • CP Ships worth $ 1.1 bn, says Canadian Pacific
  • APL Logistics wins top performance award
  • Kuehne & Nagel to acquire USCO Logistics
  • Intermarine, ATL offer joint shipping service
  • Antwerp Port handles 13 pc more box traffic
  • Hong Kong port throughput climbs while Singapore's slides
  • Kien Hung runs new Indonesia-Africa service
  • POL may re-emerge with new strategy
  • Dubai base for new Maersk Sealand regional unit
  • Houston Ship Channel reopened
  • APL strengthens Russia/Baltic States team
  • India, Tunisia sign MoU
  • Basmati rice exports may pick up after monsoon
  • Move to boost tea exports to WANA region
  • 'Diamonds are not for ever', discover exporters to US
  • Traffic at 12 Major Ports may reach 344 mt in 2001-02
  • Import LCL-hub activity first in India at CFS, JNP
  • ICD-Pithampur logs 17 pc traffic increase to reach new record
  • New board of approval for EOUs/EPZs/SEZs set up
  • 50,000 tonnes of onion released for export
  • Govt effects partial rollback of duty drawback rates
  • Garment exporters hail decision
  • Coffee output records steep rise in March
  • Garment exporters upset by DGFT order on fabrics inspection certificates
  • 200 excise rules cut to 32; made payer-friendly
  • Move for uniform sales tax on LNG
  • 'Sensitive' 300 items imports fall by 11 per cent in April-May
  • Ministry proposes market stabilisation fund for 4 agro items
  • Octroi, ST waiver for state EOUs proposed
  • Competition Bill needs to be changed: Assocham
  • Export Import Workshop's 10th batch from July 28
  • Mitsui & Co. teams up with Ficci
  • Evolve co-ordinated positions on unfinished issues, Maran advises G-77

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 22, 2001
  • South Africa's "barge war": Durban Servicer to Cape Town this summer
  • Slim hopes for sufficient refinery construction in the US
  • China's crude oil imports slowing down
  • OPEC may cancel July meeting
  • Crude rises as OPEC head says there's no need for more oil now
  • New barge for Petrobras
  • New weekly global averages
  • Portland and Seattle softer with little demand
  • LA and San Francisco market report
  • Softer market in Vancouver this week
  • Allison after-effects still noticed in US Gulf markets

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 22, 2001
  • Port of Astoria spends $1.39 million to repair West Basin breakwater breach
  • Port of Bellingham hires Seattle firm to plan outdoor lighting of port facilities
  • Port of Portland General Counsel plans to leave on July 13 after ten years service
  • Port of Seattle buys and modifies jet fuel storage facility at Sea-Tac for $1.6 million
  • Shipment of beds and wheelchairs needs a ride to Vietnam and Cambodia

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 25, 2001
  • New look for Norsun
    P&O's ferry Norsun shows a new livery, with the white "shirt" drawn several metres deeper. The new look came after completing a refit at Bremerhaven. ...
  • Crunch day for row over 'unfair' South Korean practices
    Officials from the European Union and South Korea are due to meet today for crucial shipbuilding talks which could decide whether the community takes its dispute with the Far East nation over alleg...
  • Indian Navy sinks stricken Heng San
    THE Indian Navy has sunk the wreck of Ocean Tankers' 1977-built VLCC Heng San 48 miles off Goa, the small tourist state on the west coast. Two naval ships and a helicopter were deploy...
  • Cruise orders stall over profit fears
    A SECOND major cruise company has delayed orders for two new passenger ships, worth a total of $720m, because of worries over short-term market profitability. P&O Princess Cruises, the...

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Fairplayweb site
JUNE 22, 2001
  • Fairplay/LR agree merger terms
  • Upgraded Carnival unveils strategy
  • HMM sells HHI shares
  • Strike hits Auckland box terminals
  • India seeks intermodal law change
  • Bunbury box plan goes ahead
  • US, Russia sign new maritime accord
  • Barcelona mooring strike called off
  • Brussels absolves Tirrenia
  • Modernisation 'includes personnel'
  • Brazil ship import row spreads
  • BA fights Uruguay ferry 'monopoly'
  • 10,000 TEU ships "uneconomic"
  • Three make Esmeraldas short-list
  • Tough talking foreseen for Korea/EU
  • Bad navigation led to casualty
  • Fuel rescue fleet heads for SA
  • Lürssen takes over Schweers
  • Parliament stays cargo handling vote
  • Activist joins Fremantle board
  • Essar plans tanker subsidiary
  • India lifts ship import curbs
  • Baltimore presses for canal dredging

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
JUNE 23, 2001
  • IFB acquiert les terminaux de Bressoux et Renory
    Dans le but de simplifier les opérations, Inter Ferry Boats (IFB) reprend la gestion des activités containérisées qu’Euro Combi Est (ECE) déploie sur le terminal trimodal de Renory et sur le terminal bimodal de Bressoux. “IFB est mieux placé sur le marché et dispose de plus d’atouts pour développer le trafic que nous en tant que petits entrepreneurs. Le groupe Portier, qui jusqu’ici détenait une part de 50% dans ECE, restera toutefois impliqué dans les opérations en tant que partenaire privilégié”, déclare Pierre Portier du groupe qui porte le même nom.
  • Leo Delwaide: “Les prochaines expansions portuaires Rive gauche ne sont pas discutables...”
    “Le problème de la darse à marée consitue une sérieuse hypothèque pour l’avenir du port d’Anvers. Les dégâts résultant de l’interruption des travaux sont considérables pour l’économie de la Flandre, et s’y ajoutent les plaintes des entrepreneurs. Une commission parlementaire a déjà eu l’occasion de constater de visu l’ampleur du désastre. J’espère que cette situation connaîtra une solution à court terme, et d’autres instances s’en occupent, sous peine de voir des clients quitter le port qui entamerait ainsi son déclin. Dans les milieux politiques, on commence à réaliser qu’il y a eu sur le plan juridique au niveau du Conseil d’Etat un déséquilibre entre l’intérêt individuel et l’intérêt de l’ensemble de la communauté. Les dégâts sont énormes et d’aucuns portent une grande responsabilité. Maintent, les tenants de l’environnement veulent parler, suite à l’ampleur de ce qui a été créé, mais en aucun cas, cela ne peut se traduire en moyen de pression pour limiter les prochaines expansions du port sur la Rive gauche. Il s’agit de la darse à marée pour laquelle il y a eu un concessus au Parlement flamand, le reste n’est pas discutable, le port doit pouvoir continuer à se développer au cours des prochaines années”. C’est ce qu’a déclaré l’échevin du port d’Anvers et président de l’Entreprise portuaire communale autonome Leo Delwaide lors de la traditionnelle réunion annuelle du conseil de concertation du port et de la présentation de son rapport.
  • Les transporteurs néerlandais plaident pour une aide à l’élimination des vieux camions
    Le président de l’association de transporteurs néerlandais Koninklijk Nederlands Vervoer (KNV), J.F. Jonker, a profité de la présence du ministre de l’Environnement, Jan Pronk, à l’assemblée annuelle de l’association pour plaider en faveur de mesures favorisant le retrait de la circulation des vieux camions. Il a dit que la réduction de la pollution est tout à l’intérêt des transporteurs. Mais il a également averti le ministre que les nouvelles normes sonores aux Pays-Bas sont irréalistes dans l’état actuel des choses.
  • Katoen Natie automatise l’administration et les activités opérationnelles sur base du logiciel Navision
    Le mois dernier, le prestataire de services logistiques annexe opérateur de terminaux Katoen Natie a entamé l’application du logiciel Navision Financials à toutes ses filiales dans le but d’automatiser leur administration. Les activités opérationnelles sont également progressivement automatisées depuis un an, via des applications logicielles conçues par la propre équipe EDP sur base de Navision. L’application du logiciel Financials se fait en coopération avec Navision Solution Center Computer Support, une filiale d’IBM. Pour Navision, il s’agit de la plus importante application en Belgique jusqu’à présent.

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 22, 2001
  • Carnival to double capacity at Galveston
    Jubilee will join its sister ship Celebration departing from Texas to the Caribbean.
  • Panama Canal Authority plans dredging project
    The deepening will raise water storage capacity by about 300m gallons a day.
  • Royal Caribbean expands cruise programme
    The cruise operator will introduce Grandeur of the Seas to the US Gulf ports.
  • Sea Containers warns of lower profits
    Financial recovery expectations for the company's ocean carriers are pushed back to 2002 from 2001.
  • Galveston mulls merger with Houston port
    Houston port authority plans to develop container terminals in Galveston.
  • Sea Containers set for subsidiary spin-off
    Orient-Express Hotels is to file for public listing on or about 10 August.
  • P&O Princess hedges bets on newbuildings
    UK cruise firm has new options at Chantiers de l'Atlantique, with delivery two years later than lapsed options.
  • Iceberg alert in transatlantic shipping lanes
    US Coast Guard is keeping a close eye on the icebergs, and bulletins are issued twice daily.
  • Attica picks Zeebrugge
    Greek ferry operator Attica Enterprises will run its new Scotland service between Edinburgh and Belgium.
  • Russia and Czechs sign ship pact
    Thirty vessels to be built for Czech Republic in move to cut Russian trade debt.
  • Philtranco out to buy 12 ferries
    The Philippines bus company wants to beef up its service between Luzon and Mindanao.
  • Stelios beats Big John
    Stelmar's Stelios Haji-Ioannou has more cash than tanker king John Fredriksen, according to Forbes magazine.
  • Plumbing the depths of the Fredriksen empire
    John Fredriksen's shipping interests extend well beyond his very public face of Frontline.
  • Refugee ship hits snag
    The Swedish ship Alnar is adrift off Togo in Africa with around 180 Liberian refugees aboard.
  • Moller confirms LNG order
    Danish shipping giant A P Moller has made its longed for break into LNG newbuilding.
  • Analysts predict fresh losses for Irish Continental
    The Irish ferry group's interim results, due next week, are expected to be hit hard by the foot and mouth outbreak.
  • Hyundai Heavy warns on profits
    The Korean shipbuilder is writing off a huge amount of money on its stake in a weaker group company.
  • HMM offloads Hyundai Heavy shares
    Hyundai Merchant Marine has raised nearly $50m by selling part of its holding in the shipbuilder.




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