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No. 39/2000

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29.09.2000

EQUASIS - COMPLAINT STATISTICS

At the last meeting of the Equasis Editorial Board, the Management Unit was requested to send every 2 months to the Editorial Board members information on the complaints received and the way they were handled. ... More

29.09.2000

COAST GUARD REQUEST FOR COMMENTS ON PROPOSED RULE - INTERTANKO members are requested to provide comments before October 2

The Coast Guard is requesting comments about charterers and cargo owners to improve its Port State Control targeting matrix used to prioritize vessel boardings. The request for comments is intended to enhance the Coast Guard's understanding of the role of charterers and cargo owners in influencing the quality of shipping. Depending on the information received, the Coast Guard may commence a...... More

29.09.2000

TANKER RECYCLING PAKISTAN

The Ttotal number of active shipbreakers in Pakistan is now only about 20-25 and each breaker holds some two to four yards. ... More

29.09.2000

INTERTANKO CALLS FOR REASONED AND PRACTICAL SOLUTION TO IMO DISCUSSIONS ON SINGLE HULL TANKER PHASEOUTS

The INTERTANKO Council has called on IMO delegates meeting in London next week to agree a single hull tanker phase-out schedule which is reasoned and practical. ... More

29.09.2000

INTERTANKO EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND COUNCIL MEET IN OSLO 27-28
SUMMARY OF MAIN RESULTS

The Autumn 2000 meetings of the INTERTANKO Executive Committee and Council were held in Oslo on 27-28 September 2000. The gatherings coincided with INTERTANKO’s 30th anniversary, the inaugural Council meeting of INTERTANKO having been held in Oslo on 21 October 1970 under the chairmanship of the late Jørgen Jahre.... More

29.09.2000

SUCCESSFUL TWO-DAY MEETINGS IN ATHENS

Rear Admiral Efthimios Mitropoulos, Assistant Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) addressed the INTERTANKO Hellenic Forum meeting.... More

29.09.2000

IRAQ - MINA AL BAKR, UNCERTAINTIES CONTINUE

INTERTANKO is currently working to clarify the situation of a particular vessel which arrived several days prior to its laycan, but which at the time of writing has received no berthing prospects, while at least one ship booked for later lifting is scheduled to berth.  The owner’s daily requests for berthing information have so far been met with silence. INTERTANKO is doing its best to determin...... More

29.09.2000

MEXICO - COATZACOALCOS/PAJARITOS, INCREASED HARBOUR TUGS TARIFF

Tomas Ruiz, S.A. de C.V., Coatzacoalcos, has informed us that beginning 20 September 2000, the present tugs services tariff has increased. A full table of tariffs can be found on our web site under the Ports and Terminals Section ... More

29.09.2000

MEXICO - PAJARITOS, CHANNEL DRAUGHT RESTORED

Further to our article in Weekly NEWS 38/2000 , we are pleased to inform that the draught of 39 feet was restored at Pajaritos on the 21 September at 1800 lt. ... More

29.09.2000

MPA TO LAUNCH WORLD'S FIRST BUNKER SURVEYING CODE AND INTERNET PORTAL FOR E-TRADING OF BUNKER FUEL

The Minister for Communication and Information Technology, Mr. Yeo Cheow Tong, opened the 11th International Singapore Bunkering Conference (SIBCON) 2000 in Singapore and announced two initiatives to further boost Singapore's standing as the world's leading bunker port, which last year supplied a record 19 million tonnes of bunker fuel worth nearly $3.2 billion. MT Lim, Assistant to the Senior...... More

29.09.2000

SPOT TANKER MARKET FREIGHT RATES REDUCED

Daily t/c equivalent freight rates for selected trades are found on our home page . A graph showing longer term WS-development and t/C equivalents for various trades is found on the market pages in the members’ area. Here one can also find the spreadsheet files containing both the values and graphs showing the WS and T/C equivalent trends. ... More

29.09.2000

DENMARK - COPENHAGEN, TOWAGE COST

On 1 July 2000 the towage company introduced a round-the-clock tariff which includes overtime. The Temporary Bunker Surcharge on mobilisation was maintained at 20% in the hope that bunker prices would soon come down.  As prices have continued to rise dramatically, the Surcharge was increased from 15 September 2000 as follows: Mobilisation:          40% (Mobilisation charge, subject to fuel...... More