Thursday, November 11, 1999 Maritime News

Gunderson Signs Duo Barge Contract

Nov 11, 1999

Gunderson, Inc. a subsidiary of The Greenbrier Companies has received two new barge orders to be built at the company's Portland, Ore. facility for a 2000 delivery.

Utah DOT Grants Construction Contract

Nov 11, 1999

The Utah Department of Transportation has awarded a construction contract to Mark Steel Corp. of Salt Lake City for a new Lake Powell ferry-boat at Hall's Crossing.

Louis Lines Seeks Stock Split OK

Nov 11, 1999

Cyprus cruise line Louis will seek shareholders' approval for a 5:2 stock split and a new share issue to finance its recent acquisition of a Greek shipping line.

Minoan Subsidiary Picks Up Three More Vessels

Nov 11, 1999

Minoan Lines' 70 percent-owned subsidiary Minoan Flying Dolphins has maintained its very active buying spree of late with the announcement that it has acquired

Casualties

Nov 11, 1999

A Maltese-registered cargo ship carrying 16,000 tons of cement was in danger of breaking up on the St. Lawrence River near Quebec City after all 40 crew and passengers

Labor Dispute Closes Canada's West Coast Ports

Nov 11, 1999

A dispute over the use of nonunion labor and wages that has shut down nearly all shipments through Canada's West Coast ports entered its fourth day Wednesday, with no sign of a resolution in sight.

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