Wednesday, June 28, 2000 Maritime News

Ship Full Of GM Corn Tuned Away From Brazil

Jun 28, 2000

A cargo of Argentine corn purchased by Brazilian poultry and pig farms tested positive for genetically modified (GM) material and may not enter Brazil, the Agriculture Ministry said last week.

Seascope CEO Quits

Jun 28, 2000

British shipbroking group Seascope Shipping Holdings Plc said its chief executive Duncan Hill resigned, effective immediately. Non-executive chairman Tom Young

Transfennica Sold To Finnlines

Jun 28, 2000

Finnlines Plc has bought Transfennica Ltd. from its present shareholders UPM-Kymmene Corporation (49.9 % holding), Metsä-Serla Corporation (32.7 %), Myllykoski

Keppel Shipyard To Build Semi-Tender For Smedvig

Jun 28, 2000

Keppel Shipyard entered into a co-operation agreement with Smedvig Asia recently to build a Semi-Submersible Self-Erecting Tender Rig (SSETR), a contract with a total estimated worth of $82.

MISC Orders LNG Carriers

Jun 28, 2000

Malaysian International Shipping Corp. is fortifying its position in the fast growing market for the carriage of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), today reportedly converting

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