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Shipping Timesweb site
JUNE 26, 2001
Shipping News
  • NY aims to start inland port distribution system
    WITH its US$2 billion dredging and infrastructure project underway, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is hoping to start up a new multi-modal inland port distribution system by the end of the year.
  • Shipyard deaths not due to safety lapse, says MSE
  • Thai police arrest notorious sea pirate
  • Novoship stages turnaround
Air and Land Transport
  • Aero-engine firms hope to build Sonic Cruiser engine
    BOEING Co's proposal for a high-speed airliner has sent the world's three major aero-engine firms rushing to their respective drawing boards, eyeing what could become a big opportunity for profit.
  • Deals worth 64b euros bagged at show
  • Vietnam Airlines plansto buy five Airbus planes
  • Thailand, US close to air traffic pact: report
  • Towards safer ships and cleaner seas
  • Building maritime careers at SMA

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 26, 2001
  • Schenker opens US hub
    The international forwarder has opened its first U.S. integrated logistics center in Miami as part of an aggressive expansion strategy.
  • Alitalia nears SkyTeam deal
    The Italian airline has emerged as a potential member of the new cargo joint venture between Air France, Korean Air and Delta Air Lines amid talks to join the Sky Team Alliance led by the three carriers.
  • Lufthansa Cargo shuffles US team
    Georg Midunsky, Lufthansa Cargo's vice president for the Americas, has assumed responsibility for the carrier's global partners and key accounts in North America.
  • Dockers to strike in Bangladesh
    Dockworkers at Bangladesh's main port will walk off the job Wednesday to protest a government attempt to allow a U.S. company to build a container terminal at the port.
  • Yano to manage MOL's international sales
  • Trade law firms to merge
  • Seidel to leave Customs
  • Kvaerner yard gets first order
  • Alitalia inks Envirotainer
  • Russian terminal woos trans-Pacific services
  • Malaysia-Thailand shuttle sets July start
  • British air cargo carrier slates scheduled trans-Atlantic service

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Sched Netweb site
JUNE 26, 2001
  • Maersk opens Shanghai centre
  • Nigeria strike
  • NOP survey commissioned for Bathside Bay development
  • Tianjin EPZ first phase completed
  • Vietnam to introduce tonnage dues
  • O'Neil to stay in hot seat for two more years
  • Shippers call for swift resolution to CX pilots' dispute
  • Big drop expected in UAL earnings

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Cargowebweb site
JUNE 25, 2001
  • Huge volume decrease Asia-Europe shipping
  • US airlines afraid of British 'open sky'
  • Alitalia might ally with Air France
  • Super fast Ferries on the Zeebrugge-Edinburgh route
  • German Railion to expand to neighbor states
  • 'Railtrack management insufficient'
  • Evergreen launches post-Panamax containership
  • New container vessel Maersk
  • New Call at Paranagua for TMM Lines

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 26, 2001
  • Dongnama Line enters Indian trade with INDFEX Service
  • Denial of DEPB scheme benefits pulls down silk goods exports
  • GoM may lift curbs on farm goods exports
  • CII delegations off to US, Europe
  • 30 pc rise in leather goods exports
  • Ficci summit attracts US delegates in droves
  • EU suspends anti-dumping levy on Indian cotton bed-linen
  • Fieo chief welcomes drawback rate hikes
  • New CFS opened near Tuticorin Port
  • Emirates to operate addl. flights
  • Inflation dips
  • Forex reserves up by $ 153 m
  • DGFT exempts CNG cylinder import from BIS norms
  • India assures Mongolia help in mining sector
  • Bill to amend Cos Act to be introduced
  • Forex reserves up by $ 95 million to $ 43,007 million
  • Gujarat High Court quashes notification on mandatory jute packaging
  • AP Biotech Park draws many firms

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 25, 2001
  • More congestion misery foreseen in ARA market this week
  • Slow week-start in Singapore/Fujairah
  • Steady to firm market expected in Korea this week
  • Steady start to the week in South Europe
  • New bunker barge in Augusta
  • Oil prices expected to rise due to OPEC's reluctance to raise production
  • Shuaiba refinery running on half capacity

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 25, 2001
  • INDFEX between the Subcontinent and the Far East
  • APL Aden-East Africa
  • Contship Italia goes North
  • Eurogate with handling record
  • New container port in North Taiwan
  • HPH and Ningbo Port Authority cooperate
  • Maersk Sealand participates in Pipavav
  • Swiss Post between growing and saving
  • GLS expands East European network
  • Cargo Partner: «We take it personally»

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JUNE 25, 2001
  • Port of Anacortes says revenues down from last year by $518,000
  • Nonprofit organization plans to buy Seattle's 95-year-old railroad depot near Pioneer Square
  • U.S. railroads report carload freight traffic down 1.4% from last year
  • Port of Port Angeles chooses Hart Crowser to assist in creation of a marine trades area
  • U.S. and Russia sign new 5-year bilateral maritime agreement to ease ocean transportation

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 26, 2001
  • Samsung unveils deals to step up drive into LNG
    Samsung Heavy Industries looks to be making good on its promise to drive into the LNG carrier sector, with the announcement of a first order from a customer new to the market and news of a coming d...
  • Grimaldi Naples closes in on Atlantic Container Lines
    GRIMALDI Naples is close to taking outright control of Atlantic Container Lines, the Oslo-listed multipurpose ro-ro operator in which it bought a 44.87% stake last year. The Italian company...
  • Asbestos ruling could shut Chantiers de l'Atlantique
    PATRICK Boissier, chairman and chief executive of French shipbuilder Chantiers de l'Atlantique, has warned that the yard could be put out of business if the French government agrees to change...

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Fairplayweb site
JUNE 25, 2001
  • Colombo dockers demand pay hike
  • Puerto Cabezas concession awarded
  • Golar announces future plans
  • Cruise ships move to US Gulf
  • Subsidy debate hits front pages
  • Canada seeks EU trade deal
  • Chittagong faces another threat
  • Four dead, 15 missing off Taiwan
  • Busan box operator to be selected
  • Kawasaki HI, IHI boost operations
  • Cho Yang upbeat on viability
  • Bangladesh faces crippling strike
  • Greenpeace trashes Chinese breakers
  • Grimaldi Group moves on ACL
  • Daedong deadline end of week
  • Indonesia helps smash pirate gangs
  • PNG to privatise its ports
  • Welding may have caused killer fire
  • Australia revamps customs rules
  • Crippled VLCC sunk

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
JUNE 26, 2001
  • Pour Feport la directive de la CE doit être sérieusement amendée
    Pour Feport (Federation of European Private Port Operators), la proposition de directive de la CE sur la libéralisation des services portuaires - Port Package - doit, si l’on veut poursuivre dans cette voie, être sérieusement amendée et ladite organisation regrette que la CE ne se soit pas plus concentrée sur la concurrence entre ports. Dans le rapport que vient de remettre Feport il est dit qu’au sein de son organisation on est convaincu que sans règles claires en ce qui concerne le financement des ports (ligne directrice sur les aides d’Etat) établies au niveau de la Communauté un environnement opérationnel approprié ne sera jamais atteint. Il est impératif d’assurer des relations financières transparentes entre Etat, autorités portuaires et opérateurs portuaires.
  • L’UE favorable à l’étude de l’OMI concernant la boîte noire à bord des navires existants
    Le volet maritime du Conseil des ministres européen du Transport, demain à Luxembourg, sera entièrement placé sous le signe des ensembles Erica I et Erica II sur la sécurité en mer. La présidence suédoise de l’UE vise un accord sur les points en suspens dans ces dossiers, qui font suite à l’accident du pétrolier maltais “Erica”.
  • Superfast opte pour Zeebrugge comme port continental de son service de et vers l’Ecosse
    Jusqu’à jeudi dernier, Zeebrugge et Rotterdam étaient en balance pour la fonction de port d’escale continental du nouveau service de Superfast ferries sur l’Ecosse. Il avait déjà été décidé il y a quelques mois que Rosyth serait le port d’escale écossais.

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Marine Linkweb site
JUNE 25, 2001
Maritime Contract News
  • EU, S. Korea Will Try Last Minute Negotiations
Breaking News
  • Increased Panamax Rates Boost Market Sentiment
  • Golar Plans To Go Above and Beyond Shipping
  • GD Extends NNS Offer
  • Frontline Buys Back Shares
  • EU, S. Korea Will Try Last Minute Negotiations
  • Sedative OKd To Help Free Entangled Whale
  • Norwegian Sea: Carbon Dioxide Dumping Ground?

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 25, 2001
  • US ship financing programme under threat
    US President George W Bush seeks to eliminate federal loan gurantees for shipbuilding projects.
  • US-Cuba shipments may resume
    Shippers are waiting for the rules of the US trade sanctions reform act to be finalised.
  • Crowley Maritime aims to stay private
    The company paid $462,000 to keep its number of shareholders below 500.
  • ESCO set for expansion
    Felix Tschudi focuses on liner and ship management growth in new acquisition.
  • Indian breakers put pressure on owners
    A leading Indian ship scrapping figure wants to see owners carry a higher burden for raising standards at yards.
  • General Dynamics awaits governmental approval
    The acquisition of Newport News Shipyard becomes a regulatory issue and not a business one.
  • P&O Nedlloyd defends China shipbreaking
    The container giant has responded to accusations of environmental pollution at the Chang Jiang yard.
  • Grimaldi launches $137m ACL bid
    Emanuele Grimaldi goes after ro-ro line.
  • Golar LNG looks for big return
    New Fredriksen venture aims to make a profit of over $50m a year by 2005.
  • Kawasaki shares rise after LNG reports
    Claims that Japanese yard is investing in LNG research and cutting bulker output boosted interest in the stock.
  • Martinos brothers in Samho order
    Greek brothers join forces as the aframax newbuilding bandwagon keeps on rolling.
  • Cho Yang receivership a step closer
    A Korean court has started the receivership mechanism which will freeze the liner operator's assets.
  • HMM to sell more Hyundai Heavy shares
    This week should see the shipowner dispose of another two million shares in the shipbuilder.
  • EU and Korea set for subsidy talks showdown
    Negotiators due to meet on Monday in last-ditch bid to avoid WTO action.
  • Alnar to dock in Nigeria
    The Swedish ship carrying around 170 Liberians should reach Lagos on Monday after a perilous three-week odyssey.




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