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Shipping Timesweb site
MARCH 20, 2002
Shipping News
  • S'pore needs to do more to keep shipping firms
    MORE must be done to lure and retain shipping companies on the island as competitors catch up with Singapore's maritime infrastructure and tax incentives, the Trade Development Board and key locally-based shipping businesses maintain.
  • S'pore among top 10 maritime countries
  • Status quo for shipping until plans are known
  • UK seeks to scrutinise Carnival bid for P&O Princess
Air and Land Transport
  • Ansett administrators say Air NZ stripped its assets
    ADMINISTRATORS of collapsed carrier Ansett Holdings Ltd allege Air New Zealand Ltd overcharged its Australian unit and stripped assets before the collapse.
  • Air Macau to fly to S'pore, add cargo flights
  • Probe into sale of SriLankan Air stake
  • Cathay Pacific's passenger traffic up in February
  • Norway to ban domestic frequent flier bonuses
  • Gulf Air board approves rescue plan
  • Log Book

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 20, 2002
  • MOL revises forecasts downwards
  • Jurong container terminal upgrades facilities
  • New dedicated Asia-PNG express from Austral Asia Line
  • Saimaa Lines expands services in Russian/Finnish trade
  • Cathay Pacific announces February 2002 traffic figures
  • Singapore Airlines launches inaugural Las Vegas flight
  • Changi tops cargo agents' poll for 16th consecutive year

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Cargowebweb site
MARCH 19, 2002
  • Continental wants closer ties with KLM
  • NYK joins multiple portals
  • New Zealand government left Air New Zealand negotiations
  • Washington to give airports USD 175 million
  • New centers Stonepath

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 20, 2002
  • Safmarine to launch direct, independent service to East Africa ex-NSICT - First vessel to call on April 19
  • India has become our key market for container shipping - Maersk Group CEO, Jess Soederberg
  • Tea Board plans aggressive campaign to regain Russian market
  • Rudy sees emerging market opportunities in Russia
  • China emerging major market for Indian steel firms
  • S. Africa drops dumping case against Indian leather
  • MoS clears VPT land transfer for airport expansion
  • JN Port ranks among Top 35 ports in the world
  • RBI Governor pleads for stable, long-term tax regime
  • J&K govt signs MoU with Centre: AEZ for apples, walnuts
  • Maran to take up case for restoring full tax holiday for special economic zones
  • ESC pleads for CST waiver, duty sops for SEZs
  • Move to dilute DTA sale facility upsets EOUs
  • TEA seek EOU sops extension for DTA garment units

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 19, 2002
  • Sharp increase in Panama bunker market
  • Argentinean weekly prices. Improved product outlook for Buenos Aires
  • Oil stays firm, traders expect more draws in US oil stocks
  • Bunker price update from Russian ports
  • US economic growth sends crude above $25
  • Rotterdam opens firmer
  • Strong demand reported in Montevideo and Alpha Zone after weather delays

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International Transport Journalweb site
MARCH 19, 2002
  • Intermarine flies the US flag
  • More boxes in Cartagena
  • Virgin Blue expands cargo
  • Hermann Schwyn: 30 years in Colombia
  • Exports lead surge in cargo traffic in Hong Kong
  • Tough rules for Mexican trucks
  • Roadway Express cuts transit times
  • New customers for Inc.
  • Nit League and ARC join up
  • Inland shipping freight market, week 11, 11th/15th March, 2002
  • KN takes over Deicmar in Brazil

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 19, 2002
  • Incat leases cat
    The former HMAS Jervis bay is being leased to an Italian ferry company
  • Young introduces maritime security bill
    House legislation mirrors many mandates in Senate bill

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 20, 2002
  • O'Neil to rap IACS over safety snub
    INTERNATIONAL Maritime Organisation secretary-general William O'Neil will use a Friday meeting with the International Association of Classification Societies and Intercargo to register his displeasure at the way IACS went public over new measures on bulker safety without consulting the IMO secretariat first, Lloyd's List understands.
  • Tonga-flag refugee ship Monica sailed under many names
    ITALIAN refugee crisis ship Monica has used 11 names and seven flags of convenience since 1988, in what may have been a deliberate bid to create confusion over her identity.
  • Harris lends Clarksons his Midas touch
    Clarksons shares surged ahead yesterday after news that Tim Harris, the chairman of James Fisher and former heir apparent at P&O, was joining the board of the world's largest shipbroking group.

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Fairplayweb site
MARCH 19, 2002
  • Singapore suspends bunker offenders
  • Tanker derivatives on the up
  • Santos unions to consolidate
  • Border agency merger proposed
  • New FMC chairman nominated
  • Halter Marine to sell shipyards
  • SE Asians widen border patrol brief
  • Stalemate in training suspensions
  • Incat sees signs of fast cat upturn
  • Brazilian owners list their demands
  • US to discuss 'unfair' Chinese laws
  • Iraq attack 'will push rates lower'
  • Gadani breakers end 35-day closure
  • Ukraine yards report turnaround
  • Korea agrees cargo fee hike
  • Pemex 'not for sale'
  • Claro group tightens grip on Chile
  • Illegal oil trading probe burns on

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 19, 2002
  • Securing the border
    White House advisers urged President Bush to ask Congress to merge the two agencies responsible for border security, in a move that would put Customs and the INS under control of the Justice Department. ' Less security talk, more action: CG chief
  • FMC probing trans-Pacific reefer plan
    The agency has formally requested members of the Westbound Transpacific Stabilization Agreement to provide information on their proposed reefer allocation program.
  • Moran to leave FMC
    The resignation of John A. Moran, which takes effect on April 15, follows the departure of Antony Merck, who quit three months ago.
  • UPS: Philippine center won't replace Taiwan hub
  • Ford quits Channel tunnel rail freight
  • Royal Jordanian Airlines names cargo exec
  • Alabama State Port Authority gets former paper mill land
  • Uzbekistan getting U.S. rice
  • Cargo Network Services adds board members
  • Latest heist nets $3M at Heathrow
  • ABS names director of technology integration
  • CSX Intermodal promotes two
  • Kingma new CFO of Tideworks Technology
  • Containership Agency founder Hartmann dead at 68
  • Schenker puts employees on the clock for time-definite shipments
  • Continental to ship Vatican frescoes

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
MARCH 20, 2002
  • Added Logistics crée une joint-venture avec Toti Trans
    La société de transport combiné belge Added Logistics (Genk), a créé une joint-venture en Italie avec la société familiale Toti Trans, de Ferentino. Implantée sur un nouveau site de Toti, non loin de son siège central, l’entreprise commune sera chargée de l’exploitation d’un nouveau terminal pour transport combiné qui y a été créé. Il est situé à Ferentino, non loin de Frosinone, entre Naples et Rome. Added s’attend à pouvoir mettre un trafic de navettes entre Genk et ce terminal, qui sera axé en priorité sur les trafics de produits pétrochimiques.
  • Gebrüder Weiss actif sur le marché des articles de sport
    L’entreprise de transport et de logistique Gebrüder Weiss se concentre sur le marché des articles de sport et des vêtements de loisir avec son nouveau produit “leisure + sport logistics”. L’entreprise autrichienne, qui a enregistré une hausse de son chiffre d’affaires et du bénéfice d’exploitation l’année dernière, prévoit que ce nouveau produit améliorera à nouveau les résultats annuels.
  • La réglementation environnementale hypothèque les investissements de Degussa Anvers
    Un projet d’investissement d’une valeur de 30 mio. d’EUR visant le développement de la capacité 1-butène à Anvers est remis en question suite à la réglementation MIRA 94. C’est ce qu’a annoncé Marc Vanhoey, l’administrateur-délégué de Degussa Anvers, à l’occasion de la présentation des chiffres annuels du groupe de Dusseldorf. Les activités de base ont généré un résultat positif.
  • Elix signe un accord de coopération avec Spain-Tir
    Le logisticien pan-européen de cargaisons de groupage Elix European Logistix, avec siège à Rödermark-Oberroden près de Francfort, a signé un accord avec le groupe de transport et logistique espagnol Spain-Tir pour le traitement commun de diverses. Spain-Tir respectera toutefois tous les accords existants avec d’autres partenaires internationaux.

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 19, 2002
  • Intertanko pushes for transparency
    The independent tanker association hopes to cut substandard shipping.
  • Hapag ships given all clear
    BV resolves technical problem with 7,500-teu Hyundai newbuildings.
  • V.Ships emphasizes on crew investment
    Proper training and instilling high morale will help prevent accidents onboard ships.
  • Strintzis Lines offloads veteran ferry
    Greek ferry owner has trimmed its fleet ahead of two new deliveries in second quarter.
  • Kvaerner avoids public probe into past management
    Norwegian group cuts deal with shareholder Kjell Inge Rokke to scale down crisis investigation.
  • LNG Japan targets shipping
    Fledgling LNG trader does not want to be left out of the shipowning pie.
  • Tim Harris goes broking
    Former P&O wunderkind tasked with taking Clarksons forward.
  • Expanded fleet boosts MMM's returns
    Profits improved for Malaysian owner on course for main board stock exchange listing.
  • US lobbies China over shipping regulations
    Maritime chief William Schubert is in Beijing to discuss new rules seen as restrictive to foreign owners.
  • Shipping productivity rises
    Bigger vessels, better ports and fall in surplus capacity lifts efficiency to record high.
  • IMC privatisation delayed again
    Second delay in issuing offer details as Tsao asks for more time to prepare the documentation.
  • Profits slide at China Shipping Haisheng
    China Shipping Group's listed arm saw earnings dwindle in 2001, despite higher revenues.
  • Babcock to net $176m on HDW sale
    German engineering company pleased with returns on yard sale, despite shareholders' objections.
  • Tsuneishi pumps cash into Cebu
    Japanese shipbuilder upping stakes to panamax bulkers at Philippines shipyard.
  • Australia holds Transmed bulk carrier
    Christopher manager sees second capesize held within hours of Nasia detention.
  • Fire damage delays Disney departure
    Repairs to damage sustained aboard the Disney Magic forced its weekend sailing to be late.
  • Tris charters Incat fast ferry
    Tasmanian-based specialist shipbuilder finds work for latest newbuilding.
  • No new Daewoo cars for ACLN
    Daewoo Motors never had a contract negotiation to sell new cars to ACLN.

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