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Shipping Timesweb site
JULY 31, 2001
Shipping News
  • Klang users look at S'pore again
    MAINLINE shipping companies will abandon Port Klang and return to Singapore if transhipment charges are doubled as planned next month, the port's key customers have threatened.
  • Pelepas operator to get RM1b loan from KL govt
  • Crewman charged with drug smuggling
  • Melbourne port starts expansion work
  • SSA welcomes port dues concession
Air and Land Transport
  • British victims of DVT to sue major airlines
    MAJOR airlines will be served with a multi-million pound lawsuit this week from British victims of 'economy class syndrome', Britain's Observer newspaper reported.
  • BA under pressure on venture with American Airlines
  • Boeing falsely billed US Air Force for work on 777
  • China Eastern may post H1 loss
  • SkyTeam airlines see revenue up as Alitalia joins alliance

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JULY 30, 2001
  • Four bids for Zim
    The Israeli government is disposing of its 48.6% stake in the carrier.
  • Seaway interests seek regular container service
    An industry group is targeting automakers in an attempt to bring regularly scheduled container service to the St. Lawrence Seaway-Great Lakes system.
  • Shanghai boosts logistics support
    A new joint venture will focus on improving supply chain management for China's main port.
  • MC Shipping posts turnaround
  • Swift 2Q net off
  • Commerce closes export bank office
  • Emery makes 'em wait
  • FMC slates Port Everglades hearings
  • Safmarine launches Sri Lanka-US service
  • Marine Transport Corp. opens Shanghai office
  • Carriers try N.A.-Europe hike - again
  • Terminal shuffle in So. Cal.
  • Anniversary finds ILWU facing more challenges

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Sched Netweb site
JULY 31, 2001
  • Guangdong-HK border speed-up
  • Lianyungang Port EDI centre back to normal
  • Shanghai smooths micro-electronics belt
  • MPA extends port dues concession for box ships
  • APL expects Vietnam-US bilateral trade agreement
  • Haba-Sped opens Asia offices
  • TFM buys Mexican railway stake
  • ValuShip appoints The Commonwealth Group
  • China Airlines launches cargo service to Nashville
  • DHL-Sinotrans opens gateway at Pudong Airport
  • AFAM in call to change Malaysian cargo checks
  • Hong Kong connected to Lhasa

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Cargowebweb site
JULY 30, 2001
  • Conference give higher tariffs a try
  • Washington blocks US Airways acquistion
  • British Airport result without surprises
  • More pressure against BA/AA alliance
  • Excellent result Iberia
  • UPS purchases 30 acre near Atlanta
  • Terminal shuffle in Long Beach
  • KLM ground engineeers wildcat strike

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Exim Indiaweb site
JULY 31, 2001
  • HMM launches 'cyber customer service centre'
  • Trimethoprim dumping probe begun
  • 6 electronics cos for German fair
  • Chinese threat in several sectors seen
  • India, Swiss working on fortified wheat
  • Spices, cashewnut exports decline in first quarter
  • FMC eases trading norms for comexes
  • French market holds vast promise for Indian IT cos
  • Exporters prefer transport of cargo by sea - US slowdown, higher cost hit airfreight business
  • Forex reserves down by $ 37 million to $ 43,559 million
  • NID opens satellite centre at Kinfra Park
  • CAG clears Investor Education & Protection Fund
  • Gujarat IT entrepreneurs unruffled by US slowdown
  • Hectic activity on NBOT resumes
  • Cotton trade bodies estimate output lower at 140.25 lakh bales
  • Forex reserves increase by $ 45 m
  • Inflation falls to 5.1 per cent
  • Business pulse in July-Sept. to improve: D&B survey
  • IOC proposes to build gas pipeline with Bangla, seeks Ministry's nod
  • Task force sees scope to save Rs 17 cr. by better handling of fruits, vegetables - Pvt sector entry in procurement, transport sought
  • Rubber MSP soon, but govt may not buy
  • IIM-C, Yale Varsity team up on i2i
  • CII, TN govt organising CONNECT-2001 in Sept.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JULY 30, 2001
  • Bearish week-start in Singapore bunker market, Fujairah steady
  • Korean avails expected to remain good despite refinery turnarounds
  • Mostly firm start to the week in the Mediterranean
  • St Petersburg fuel oil prices go up with tighter avails
  • Operating rates at S-Oil refinery remain reduced
  • Mexico vows to support OPEC in efforts to maintain stable oil market
  • Increase planned for offshore oil production in Iran
  • Marine Bunkering to be revived in Rotterdam this week
  • Severe weather hits Taiwan and Sydney

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International Transport Journalweb site
JULY 31, 2001
  • Marine Transport Corp.
  • TNT Post Group and Poste Italiane form strategic alliance
  • Aveiro is poised to take off
  • EU fines SAS and Maersk Air
  • Cemat continues to grow
  • 100 years Transsib
  • Rosner goes Austria-Poland
  • BAX and Siemens continue partnership
  • KN: Usco Logistics definitively taken over
  • APL Direct Logistics has a new partner

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World Wide Shipperweb site
JULY 30, 2001
  • Ports plan joint meetings on August 6 and 7
  • US port group members voice concern over Port and Maritime Security Act of 2001
  • U.S. Rail freight traffic was down slightly for week ended July 21st
  • Coast Guard siezes Russian trawler for illegally fishing inside EEZ
  • MARAD makes financing commitment for TOTE's new Roll-on/Roll-off Orca Class ship

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JULY 31, 2001
  • Conservation group calls for return to limited whaling
    The conservation group World Wide Fund for Nature said yesterday a return to limited whaling might be necessary to stop the collapse of the International Whaling Commission and prevent a return to...
  • Seafarers facing papers scramble
    FEARS are growing that vast numbers of seafarers may not have all the paperwork legally required to work at sea after the Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping convention comes into...
  • Frontline stirred but not shaken
    SHARES in Peter Georgiopoulos's New York-listed General Maritime have sunk to new lows, just before John Fredriksen's Frontline graduates to a New York Stock Exchange quote on Monday. ...
  • Panama clears Ocean Glory 1 but bills remain
    THE Panama Maritime Authority has inspected and cleared the Ocean Glory I, the cruise ship that was detained early in July in Dover by the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency with 35 deficiencies. ...

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Fairplayweb site
JULY 30, 2001
  • Engineer arrested in tanker bust
  • American Classic retains its cash
  • Thais offer warships for charter
  • Malta safety claim might be protest
  • SuperCat hit by 'freak wave'
  • Hong Kong signal caught in storm
  • New Gulf ferry routes planned
  • Karachi ports to build dredger
  • Port chief makes funding plea
  • Bergen builder goes under
  • Marine Atlantic subsidies stay
  • Eagle faces Coast Guard probe
  • Wild weather closes Sydney Harbour
  • Princess ships powered from shore
  • Rotterdam repairer seeks rescue
  • Seaport consortium wins Montevideo
  • EC to probe Dutch yard sale
  • Bush loses two maritime House votes

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TradeWindsweb site
JULY 30, 2001
  • Bocimar linked to Waigaoqiao capesize talks
    Belgian bulker player Bocimar is rumoured to be eyeing up berth space at China's newest shipyard.
  • World Tankers snap up two VLCCs
    Polys Haji-Ioannou has cashed in on the slight drop in VLCC prices to snatch two single-skin vessels.
  • Split to launch second phase of upgrade
    The Croatian yard is looking to improve its facilities with a $30m investment.
  • Bidders line up for Zim
    The race for a $400m stake in containership player Zim is hotting up as the bid deadline passes.
  • China to build ships for Sudan
    Wuchang Shipyard has clinched a deal for 17 inland vessels for export to Sudan.
  • Lloyd's test spill message sets markets spinning
    An LG Caltex tanker is reported to be unscathed after agency reports picked up a test message naming the ship.
  • Shipping boosts Keppel T&T
    The reluctant Singapore shipowner saw its dwindling fleet perform better in the first half of 2001.
  • Cosco eyes New York listing
    The Chinese shipping giant could raise funds by selling shares in the US.
  • Fitch places P&O Princess on negative watch
    The UK ratings agency has raised concerns over future oversupply in the cruise market.
  • OMI linked to Split tankers
    US owner is at it again, picking up three 45,000-dwt products tanker resales for $93m.
  • Crew threaten to torch bulker
    Unpaid seafarers are under guard in India after saying they will set fire to a ship.
  • Wuhu eyes ro-ro and tanker tonnage
    Chinese shipyard is upgrading its facility in bid to build more sophisticated ship types.
  • Tsakos crew member on drugs charge
    US authorities have charged one man in connection with a cocaine cache found on a Tsakos tanker.
  • Pacific Sky buffeted by rough seas
    P&O liner's Sydney docking delayed as rough weather closes port.

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