Thursday, April 26, 2001 Maritime News

Brazillian Yard Preps To Ride Offshore Wave

Apr 26, 2001

As ship and boatyards in the Gulf of Mexico eagerly await 'Offshore Boom 2001,' it might behoove them to look at activities transpiring outside of their own backyard,

Princess Cruises Profits Plummet 64%

Apr 26, 2001

P&O Princess Cruises reported a widely expected slump in first-quarter profits, with earnings partly dented by lower cruise prices. Pre-tax profits for the three

Vopak To Sell Bitumen Fleet

Apr 26, 2001

Dutch-based chemical distribution and storage company Vopak NV said it signed a memorandum of understanding to sell its bitumen fleet to Swedish Tarbit Shipping AB.

Moody's To Review GD Debt Rating

Apr 26, 2001

Moody's Investors Serviced placed the debt ratings of General Dynamics Corporation (GD) under review for possible downgrade and the debt ratings of Newport News Shipbuilding Inc.

Pentagon Expected To OK NNS Deal

Apr 26, 2001

The Pentagon is widely expected to clear the proposed $2.1 billion merger between the two remaining U.S. builders of nuclear submarines and aircraft carriers, eliminating

OOIL Orders Two Containerships For $160M

Apr 26, 2001

Orient Overseas (International), the shipping giant controlled by Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa's family, said two of its subsidiaries have entered into

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