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Shipping Timesweb site
MARCH 21, 2002
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  • S'pore's bunker scam not widespread
    BUNKER fuel contamination in Singapore is 'not widespread' but has been taken 'very seriously' and dealt with severely, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore said in concluding its investigation.
  • IMO hits out at IACS' bulk carrier initiative
  • Ship alarms may become a must by July 2004
  • Hoegh, Saga in fleet link-up
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  • Boeing CEO still expects some airlines to fail
    SOME US airlines may yet need to seek bankruptcy protection following the Sept 11 attacks, Boeing Co chief executive officer Phil Condit said.
  • Delta's CEO urges airlines, US govt to cut hassle for fliers
  • 4th Indian domestic airline may start up by May
  • Proposed JAL-JAS merger slammed again

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Sched Netweb site
MARCH 21, 2002
  • Asia/South America trade restores rates
  • Evergreen adds South America west coast to network
  • Ecu-Trans to offer groupage service to the Balkans
  • Mobile harbour cranes for heavy lifts at Jurong
  • ICTSI unit continues talks with Brazilian port labour unions
  • CP Ships closes on $350m credit facility
  • Hong Kong flight movements to break record in Easter
  • Lufthansa upbeat about future, adds flights
  • Maersk Logistics wins freight transportation awards

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Cargowebweb site
MARCH 20, 2002
  • Results Stinnes down
  • Frans Maas reports lower result for 2001
  • PSA completes acquisition of CWT
  • Port unions continue to reject 'Ports of Convenience'
  • CP Ships new management Europe-Asia
  • 'Exporters make little use of the internet'

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Exim Indiaweb site
MARCH 21, 2002
  • OOIL's total liftings up by 11 pc despite economic slowdown
  • Coastal feeder operators seek bank guarantee waiver
  • WTO to decide on US steel duties in June
  • MbPT gets award for spreading use of Hindi
  • North Adriatic ports offer quicker, cost-effective entry to Europe
  • VPT sets wheat loading record
  • Nagpur int'l cargo hub to be completed in 2 phases
  • Dept of Posts eyeing bulk transport of products
  • Indo-China Business Council mooted
  • MoC strategy paper lists 220 product sectors for export boost
  • Sinha sees economy springing back
  • Fieo (WR) presents 10-pt charter of demands to Commerce Ministry

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
MARCH 20, 2002
  • Chile market report from Pacsa
  • Dramatic improvement reported in US refining margins
  • API/DOE show bearish crude, bullish gasoline news
  • Report from Southern African bunker markets
  • Steady market in Fujairah
  • Brazil distillate prices gain again, fuel oil higher too
  • 2 day refinery strike called in Piraeus from tomorrow
  • Argentina & Chile report from Coastal Petroleum
  • Minor changes in Saudi posted price from tomorrow
  • Rotterdam morning market report
  • Chemoil Corporation announces consolidation of US offices

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International Transport Journalweb site
MARCH 20, 2002
  • Exel: higher turnover, lower profit
  • Sogetra celebrates 50-year anniversary
  • T&B active in Thailand and Malaysia
  • Hino Motors with Scania?
  • China modernizes old rail line
  • Schenker wins award
  • Exel in Mumbai
  • Pearl River Delta to become logistics hub
  • Philips nominates Panalpina "Airfreight Carrier of the Year"
  • Chemical customer honors CSX Transportation

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Marine Logweb site
MARCH 20, 2002
  • Roekke eyeing CSX Lines?
    Here's a rumor floating around this week's CMA gathering
  • IMO, IACS move on bulker safety
    An IMO panel is considering ways to improve bulk carrier safety, but IACS has already unveiled a package of measures addressing the issue
  • European Commission and Greece in cabotage clash
    The European Commission is referring a difference with Greece over cabotage rules to the European court

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World Wide Shipperweb site
MARCH 20, 2002
  • Ceremony marks official opening of Longview's Fibre Way Grade Separation
  • Marcon hired by Russian Navy to charter two oceangoing salvage tugs
  • Corps completes removal of tainted electrical gear from Columbia
  • Port of Olympia looking for support for passenger air service in Thurston County
  • Portland Airport opening parking spaces to travelers who allow vehicles to be searched

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Lloyd's Listweb site
MARCH 21, 2002
  • Cracked bulker limps for haven
    The handysized Lake Carling, bound from Seven Islands to Trinidad, reported a serious leak in her shell plate in way of No.4 hold as she headed out of the Cabot Strait in the mouth of the St Lawrence River.
  • Intertanko swift to raise transparency drive fears
    EFFORTS to increase industry transparency as part of the drive to tighten maritime security in the wake of September 11 could prove commercially damaging and in some cases unworkable, Intertanko officials have warned.
  • Festival stumps up new funds on eve of newbuilding delivery
    FESTIVAL Cruises appears to have blown off concerns about its health in the wake of September 11 with an announcement yesterday that it has raised E 165m ($145m) in new funding.
  • Australia praises Tampa accolade
    Australia congratulated the master of a Norwegian cargoship yesterday for receiving a humanitarian award for rescuing 433 boatpeople, but defended its refusal to allow the asylum seekers on to Australian soil.

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Fairplayweb site
MARCH 20, 2002
  • Japan upbeat despite order slump
  • Fairplay observes box port battle
  • Festival agrees new funding package
  • Channel islander sells three lines
  • Exmar mops up after Enron
  • US bill targets foreign shipping
  • Users asked to fund 24-hour ports
  • Salvors seek boxes lost overboard
  • Settlement reached over Thai spill
  • Disputes delay Hong Kong's CT9
  • PSA Corp boosts logistics arm
  • ECT tightens its belt even further
  • NSCSA boxships win reprieve
  • Samsung expects VDR boom
  • Korea lodges US complaint with WTO
  • Intertanko warns on standards
  • Bulker taking on water off Canada
  • Babcock to retain Lederer
  • Boxship limps into East London
  • Agents lobby UAE over crew stamp
  • Car carrier faces end of the road
  • Singapore suspends bunker offenders

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
MARCH 20, 2002
  • US, Japan battle over Narita slots
    The DOT threatened to retaliate against Japanese airlines if Japan does not permit Delta Air Lines to transfer 14 slots at Tokyo's Narita Airport to FedEx Corp.
  • Committee OKs maritime security bill
    The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee unanimously approved the Maritime Transportation Antiterrorism Act of 2002.
  • U.S.-Japan battle over Narita slots
  • Virgin Atlantic Cargo appoints top U.S. cargo exec
  • Forwarder: We're still key for shippers
  • Brazil court OKs non-union ship crews
  • IMO meeting: Concerted effort needed to make bulkers safer
  • Johnsen to chair National Cargo Bureau
  • Toyota Toyota shifts U.S. port hub
  • MIT to host SCM leadership program
  • DFDS Transport sets up U.K. project division
  • Intermodal traffic rises in Feb.

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Antwerpse Lloyd n.v.web site
MARCH 21, 2002
  • Frans Maas a connu une année 2001 en demi-teintes
    Les résultats financiers de Frans Maas pour l’année 2001 ont été fortement influencés par la nette baisse de l’activité au second semestre. De ce fait, des coûts de réorganisation ont dû être effectués. Toutefois, les marges ont pu être maintenues et l’activité logistique a été maintenue à un bon niveau. De plus, le réseau d’expédition a été renforcé. “Dès lors, nous ne parlons pas d’une mauvaise année, mais d’une année moindre”, a déclaré Henk Benjamins, le président de la société de transport et de logistique néerlandaise au cours d’une conférence de presse.
  • Le Pilotage flamand veut améliorer la continuité et la qualité de ses services
    Le directeur général du Dienst Autonoom Beheer Loodswezen (DAB Loodswezen) Jacques D’Havé a mardi soir à Gand promis que les problèmes relatifs à la disponibilité des pilotes seront résolus à partir de cette année. Il a également tracé les grandes lignes d’un plan d’action visant à améliorer la prestation de services en matière de pilotage. Une concertation plus aisée avec les usagers - entre autres concernant les tarifs - et avec le propre personnel, et une collaboration étroite avec les pilotes néerlandais de l’embouchure de l’Escaut sont deux des piliers sur lesquels repose ce plan. Jacques D’Havé a expliqués à la fin de la présentation des résultats son projet d’une enquête de satisfaction menée à la fin de l’an dernier auprès des capitaines de navire, des agents maritimes et des autorités portuaires (voir article page 3).
  • Stinnes établit de nouveaux records
    Pour la troisième année consécutive, le groupe Stinnes a enregistré des résultats record. L’entreprise de transport et de logistique allemande a non seulement vu augmenter son chiffre d’affaires, mais a également amélioré son bénéfice. L’an dernier, Stinnes Logistics a mis l’accent sur la croissance organique et l’accroissement de l’efficacité en termes de logistique chimique. 2002 sera surtout placée sous le signe de la division de transport.
  • E. Bruyninckx (PA Anvers): “La concurrence doit subsister dans le port”
    “Nous croyons qu’une concurrence doit subsister dans le port, qu’elle doit être maintenue. Notre forte croissance résulte d’ailleurs de cette concurrence qui s’est manifestée au cours des années dans ce port et nous veillerons via la politique des concessions à ce qu’elle subsiste”. C’est ce qu’a déclaré Eddy Bruyninckx, administrateur délégué de l’Entreprise portuaire communale autonome d’Anvers lors d’une interview réalisée par une chaîne de TV locale “canal Z”. Le manager portuaire répondait ainsi à une question sur l’impact positif ou négatif qu’allait avoir la prise de contrôle majoritaire de la société fusionnée Hesse Noord Natie par le groupe de Singapour PSA Corp.

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TradeWindsweb site
MARCH 20, 2002
  • QNNTC arranges finance deal with GIB
    Qatar owner inks loan with Gulf International Bank to help finance newbuildings.
  • Shipowners need contingency plans
    Shipowners should be prepared for the rapid criminalisation process of maritime accidents.
  • US' new LNG demand may boost spot trade
    Companies have targeted 15 potential sites in the US for building LNG terminals.
  • NYSE listing rules under attack
    The New York Stock Exchange is criticised for lax listing rules on foreign companies such as ACLN.
  • Torm focuses in on fleet growth
    Danish owner prepares to beef up to catch anticipated market revival in 2003.
  • Ship repairs to dent RCCL's profit
    Two Celebrity Cruises vessels will be in the drydock for unscheduled repairs in March-April.
  • Festival finds fresh funds
    European cruiseship owner secures cash to bolster expansion plans.
  • Bunker fuel scandal claims victims
    Singapore's port authority has finished detailed probe into contaminated fuel supplied to ships.
  • Brodosplit charters out first tanker buy
    Croatian owner finds charter deal for first of three vessels deserted at Split Shipyard.
  • Salvors report increase in chemicals recovery
    Less ships attended and fewer potentially harmful cargoes recovered last year, but chemical volumes up.
  • Sasebo subsidy swindle to hit profits
    Japanese yard will return government cash it falsely claimed for staff retraining and rehiring.
  • Turkey woos cruiseship owners
    Turkish ports are offering service charge discounts of up to 80% to attract cruiseships this summer and in 2003.
  • MISC bullish on LNG ship employment
    Malaysian owner unfazed by Japanese buyers move to ship product using owned tonnage.
  • NYK temporises on VLCC sale
    Low rates discourage Japanese owner from going ahead with single hull tanker sale and charter deal.
  • Constanta yard sale deadline extended
    Romania tries to heat up auction for Santierul Naval Constanta, which has so far only attracted one bidder.
  • Transpacific container volumes down on 2001
    Container movements across the Pacific have shown declines in both directions on twelve months ago.
  • Tampa master nets UN prize
    Ro-ro captain Arne Rinnan is honoured yet again for his role in saving 438 Afghan refugees.
  • Moran to quit as FMC commissioner
    Clinton appointee to leave government body early to pursue Washington lobbying job.
  • Toyota inks Port Newark auto deal
    Port of New York and New Jersey to become northeast hub for Japanese car manufacturer.
  • Shipowners envisage LNG tanker pool
    A LNG tanker pool will be formed eventually when more new tonnage is made available.

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