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Shipping Timesweb site
MARCH 7, 2002
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  • IMO moves closer to mandatory ballast water management
    MANDATORY ballast water management planning is just around the corner and takes longer to implement than the industry realises, experts say.
  • Keppel FELS clinches another contract and bonus for excellence
  • China pledges US$5m to clear Mekong rapids
  • Ukrainian aircraft carrier in China for refitting
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  • Cathay Pacific's earnings dive 87% to HK$657m
    CATHAY Pacific Airways said yesterday its profits plunged 87 per cent to HK$657 million last year, when it was hurt by the Sept 11 attacks, the troubled global economy and a dispute with pilots.
  • Airbus differs on airports' superjumbo expenses
  • Virgin Blue, Air NZ consider linking Aussie networks
  • SIA Cargo adds new freighter services
  • Boeing may lose US$3b long-range 777 order from EVA
  • American, Turkish airlines in talks to codeshare flights to Kabul
  • Log Book

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 7, 2002
  • China Shipping, Zim expand slot exchange
  • Ro-ros continue to roll at GPA
  • Port of Oakland and BNSF open joint intermodal terminal
  • Zim Logistics opens owned branch in Shanghai
  • Deutsche Post World Net records 2 pc revenue earnings
  • Leading developments at SIA and Thai Airways
  • Air France Cargo signs with GF-X
  • Continental Airlines to resume daily flights to Narita

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Cargowebweb site
MARCH 6, 2002
  • Mont Blanc Tunnel open this month
  • British Airports happy with new landing charges
  • Load factor Northwest up
  • No bankruptcy Holt Group
  • Carrier division Hyundai bought by Wallenius Wilhelmsen
  • 'Campus service' UPS
  • New solutions for freight services in Afghanistan
  • Positive February volumes BA

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 7, 2002
  • Uniglory, Wan Hai jointly offer weekly express service linking Japan, Taiwan & HK
  • Delmas weaves Asia into East African network
  • NYK consolidates intra-Asian container operations
  • NOL builds on strengths & talent of APL management team
  • Evergreen to register ships in UK
  • Asia-N America box volumes climb to 3-yr high in 2001
  • P&O Group's new website
  • Jurong Port volumes to jump with bigger Zim ships calling
  • Naples plans box transhipment terminal
  • 32 berths possible at Ngqura port
  • Savannah, Brunswick ports notch 8.1 pc growth in roro operations
  • Number of ships passing Suez Canal hits record
  • Hanjin Taipei enters into Pendulum II service
  • Maersk to expand Rotterdam terminal
  • Ecu-Line offers services to Egypt
  • Kalmar container straddle carrier family wins a spate of orders
  • K Line launches own subsidiary in Singapore
  • New Platinum corridor links Maputo with Walvis Bay
  • Fujairah port cargo throughput up by 20 pc
  • P&O Nedlloyd, CP Ships to introduce vessels with more reefer capacity
  • Cargo handling tariff increase at Manila
  • Revenue Secretary explains reasons for deferring tonnage tax
  • LNG shipping policy put in deep freezer
  • 23rd All India Major Ports Hockey Tournament begins
  • Interactive meeting held with Nhava-Sheva CFS operators - MANSA Silver Jubilee Year Celebrations
  • A-I to put Guwahati on global map
  • QRs on several agricultural products lifted
  • Government to keep tab on Chinese products
  • Govt evolving ambitious Rs 4,250-cr. plan to develop export infrastructure
  • Sinha's Budget erodes EoUs, FTZs' profitability
  • Credit offtake surge pointer of industrial growth
  • Budget low on rhetoric, high on sensibility, says CII's chief economist
  • Wheat exports at 50 lakh tonnes
  • Indo-Sudan Joint Commission to meet in Delhi soon
  • Speakers at IMC note positive features in 2002-03 Budget
  • 11th batch of Export Import Workshop on
  • 'Budget Implications' workshop at IMC on Friday

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 6, 2002
  • Tight avails on the US East Coast
  • Head of East-West Centre says oil prices could drop to $15 a barrel in 2003
  • Report from Southern African bunker markets
  • Fujairah and Suez market snapshot
  • O.W Bunker set up new offices in the Netherlands
  • Crude oil falls as Norway might extend production cut, IEA says Russia should not follow
  • Chile market report from Pacsa
  • New port to boost Bahrain as regional hub
  • Brazil bunkers remain steady
  • Rotterdam morning market report
  • Posted price changes in Jeddah and Dammam

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International Transport Journalweb site
MARCH 6, 2002
  • Losses for Air Canada
  • Dragonair Cargo
  • Pilot Air Freight upgrades products
  • United Cargo expands refund policy
  • Korean Air seeks antitrust immunity
  • Khalifa Airways
  • China Southern Airlines upgrades flights
  • Inland shipping freight market, week 09, 25th February/1st March, 2002
  • China: Old rail revisited
  • Nit League, Arc unite to improve rail competition
  • Roadway Express Improves Transit Times

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 6, 2002
  • Port of New Orleans slams Bush decision on steel tariffs
    The Port of New Orleans was among the first maritime interests to condemn President Bush's decision to impose tariffs and quotas on imported steel.
  • Radio Holland Group becomes independent
    Following a management buyout, SRH Marine has now become an independent entity that will take the name Radio Holland Group
  • USCG publishes ballast water ANPR
    The U.S. Coast Guard has published an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) dealing with ballast water treatment
  • Singapore owner gets ballast water management certification
    World Tankers Management is Singapore's first tanker operator in Singapore to have its fleet certified under Lloyd's Register's new BWMP

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MARCH 6, 2002
  • Port of Seattle looking at new cruise terminal at Pier 91
  • Matson files for modest rate increase
  • Port of Anacortes wants input on March Point Property plans
  • DOT planning to hire 30,000 airport screeners
  • Burlington Northern will operate Oakland's joint intermodal terminal

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 7, 2002
  • Europe steels itself for transatlantic trade war
    THE global economy witnessed what could be the first shots in a trade war yesterday as the European Union launched a scathing attack on the US decision to impose a maximum 30% import tariff on several types of imported steel, describing it as a "clear violation of World Trade Organisation rules".
  • Domestic industry critics warn of backlash
    DOMESTIC critics of the Bush administration's steel trade policy reacted with disappointment and dire warnings of the potential consequences to Tuesday's decision to impose sweeping new tariffs on imports of steel into the US.
  • P&O Nedlloyd axes 130 British officers on eve of full year results
    ANGLO-DUTCH container line P&O Nedlloyd is to axe a further 130 British officers, despite having recently flagged a number of boxships with the Red Ensign.

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Fairplayweb site
MARCH 6, 2002
  • What's driving cruise rivalry?
  • Simon says sale 'well under way'
  • Swan Hellenic buys R Eight
  • K Line lifts steam coal volumes
  • Lines begin to leave Suape
  • HHI passes 1,000 ship milestone
  • Japanese tighten box security
  • Ministers agree on Schelde plans
  • Santos warning on reforms
  • Trasmed offer closes April 15
  • Asia, EU hit hardest by steel move
  • Maersk berth opened in Romania
  • US steel move 'anti-competitive'
  • SCI loses coastal oil monopoly
  • Volgotanker opts for barges
  • Dilapidated ports 'push up prices'
  • US steel tariff will hit Australia
  • Alang suffers in domestic turmoil
  • Greek agents run for cover
  • Hutchison to run Laem Chabang
  • Adsteam hikes upset owners
  • Barcelona imposes curbs for summit

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 6, 2002
  • No work stoppages seen, but issues remain ahead of West Coast talks
    Pacific Maritime Association chief Joseph Miniace doesn't foresee a strike or lockout this summer.
  • House drafts maritime counter-terrorism bill
    The bill assigns maritime and international cargo security to the Undersecretary of Transportation for Security.
  • Ports, carriers hit steel tariffs
    Opponents complain that import curbs will cost U.S. jobs and delay an economic recovery.
  • Stonepath to acquire Global Transportation Services
  • Mechanics OK United Airlines contract
  • DOT renews MTSNAC charter
  • FedEx unit enhances online shipping tools
  • Kitty Hawk hopes for June emergence from Ch. 11
  • In Oz, Pa. gov makes Philly port pitch
  • Corpus Christi cargo narrowly off in '01
  • US Airways names Siegel president, CEO
  • Seatrade adds Fla. port, reefer vessel
  • Singapore Airlines boosts cargo services

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
MARCH 7, 2002
  • L’absence d’harmonisation dans la logistique risque d’entraîner des délocalisations
    La grande messe logistique qu’est la conférence/exposition SITL, qui se tient ces jours-ci à Villepinte, près de Paris, a le mérite de permettre d’aborder de nombreux dossiers d’une brûlante actualité. Chargeurs et transporteurs doivent aujourd’hui élaborer des solutions logistiques globales dans une perspective non seulement européenne mais mondiale. Les entreprises ont donc tout intérêt à rechercher les meilleures solutions pour gérer leur “supply chain” ou chaîne d’approvisionnement d’une manière aussi efficace et économique que possible. Il est indéniable que les systèmes d’information jouent un rôle déterminant dans cette optique. Des choix s’imposent qui portent sur une gestion totale et sur toutes les fonctions qui animent la chaîne logistique de bout en bout. Faut-il se contenter d’externaliser certaines fonctions seulement ou opter pour une externalisation totale. Quelles stratégies les grandes entreprises de transport doivent-elles adopter?
  • SeD Logistique construit une plate-forme logistique près de Lyon
    La société française d’immobilier et de prestations logistiques SeD Logistique vient d’entamer à Saint-Quentin Fallavier, entre Lyon et l’Isère, la construction d’un entrepôt de 40.000 m2 d’un seul tenant. Ce projet important, qui avait déjà été annoncé il y a un an, avait dû être postposé parce que le groupe n’avait pas remporté un important appel d’offres. Pour cette société, qui a des liens ‘importants avec la famille Dubois (des Transports Dubois, vendus à ABX Logistics... qui détient encore 18% de SeD), ce nouveau bâtiment représente une nouvelle étape dans son développement, puisque c’est la première fois qu’elle quitte le bassin parisien et s’implante en bordure d’une autre agglomération majeure, proche des marchés internationaux de surcroît.
  • La taxe US sur les importations d’acier suscite de vives critiques
    La décision du président américain Bush de limiter l’importation d’acier aux Etats-Unis avec des taxes jusqu’à 30% au cours des trois prochaines années, ne suscite pas seulement des réactions négatives auprès des instances de l’Union européenne, mais rencontre également de la résistance dans le pays même. Ainsi, l’association des utilisateurs d’acier CITAC craint que la mesure entraînera la perte de près de 74.500 emplois. Le port de la Nouvelle-Orléans, qui est un des principaux ports d’importation d’acier aux Etats-Unis, craint de lourdes conséquences économiques.
  • Le retour vers le registre maritime belge sera-t-il réalisé cette année?
    La législation visant l’introduction d’un registre maritime attrayant en Belgique se trouve dans la dernière ligne droite. Après des années de négociations et de discussions, un accord est intervenu avec le gouvernement belge. L’accord doit désormais être ratifié par le parlement. Sauf imprévu, la première unité marchande belge pourra être repavillonnée dès cet été, a déclaré le capitaine Marc Nuytemans, le directeur de l’Union des Armateurs belges.

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 6, 2002
  • Conoco moves ahead with shuttle project
    The functional build strategy of its US Gulf shuttle tankers is to be ready by end of March.
  • Carnival again seeks meeting with POC
    Carnival wants to discuss a dual-listed tie-up with P&O Princess.
  • Conoco-Phillips merger plan gets first nod
    The European Union regulators found no anticompetitive effects from the $15.6bn merger.
  • Steel tax unlikely to boost Great Lakes shipping
    Lake Carrier Association is unimpressed with lack on action on imports of steel slabs.
  • US steel tariff pours new gloom on bulkers
    Owners say capesize rates could suffer later this year as a result of US import restrictions.
  • Houston port sees record container traffic
    The Texan port also had a surge in intermodal rail activity and strong auto imports in 2001.
  • Dire year for Eimskip
    Icelandic owner hammered by weak krona in 2001, but is more positive about this year.
  • Korea fires another salvo in yard subsidy war
    Korea Shipbuilders' Association attacks European yards' bid to win grants for LNG newbuildings.
  • Clydeport expanding Southampton feeder service
    UK ports and shipping company announces expansion plan as profits increase.
  • P&O Princess confirms R Eight charter
    Interest slack in remaining Renaissance vessels, while one finds a new home.
  • Former Lisco tramp arm slips into profit
    Lithuanian bulker player plans to auction vessels to raise cash.
  • IOC seeks tonnage as deregulation looms
    Indian Oil Corp is hitting the market for ships as Shipping Corp of India's monopoly ends.
  • Sutrajaya Shipping raises target
    Malaysian chemical tanker owner could boost fleet to increase cargo volumes in 2002.
  • Norway rescues overboard stewardess
    Veteran cruise ship plucks crewmember from Atlantic after ten-hour ordeal.
  • Bollore holds steady
    French group's Delmas and Otal container lines reported stable revenues in 2001.
  • Noble sees record results in 2001
    Richard Elman's commodities trading group shakes off economic woes to post 11.4% profit increase.
  • Prisco tanker in Tatar Strait first
    Primorsk ship completes a unique voyage through the ice-bound Russian waterway.
  • Allseas 'entitled to terminate' Solitaire deal
    Key decision awarded against Singapore yard in legal battle over terminated bulker conversion
  • PSA posts nearly 10% growth in February
    Container terminal operator continues to see improvements in monthly container throughput.

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