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2014 Media Kit

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Premium Article  Delaware River Terminals deploy new tech for new biz

Ports & Terminals Terminals - Jan 13 2015 at 02:00 PM

Delaware River Terminals deploy new tech for new biz

Currently, Gloucester Terminal LLC is deploying new technology at Gloucester Terminals, which has the largest refrigerated capacity of any terminal in the United States. This includes gravity-fed racks for fruit product handling and fork lift technology, which are electric silicon solar boards with an electric equipment profile. Read More »

Premium Article  Developments at Delaware River terminals indicate big changes

Ports & Terminals Ports Container Port - Jan 13 2015 at 08:00 AM

Developments at Delaware River terminals indicate big changes

The Delaware River will see more commerce when the greenfield Southport Marine Terminal becomes a reality. To be developed by the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority (PRPA) in partnership with other companies, the terminal will be located in the City of Philadelphia south of the Walt Whitman Bridge. Read More »

Premium Article  Asia, China business drives Hapag-Lloyd post-merger plans with CSAV

Liner Shipping - Jan 12 2015 at 11:45 AM

Asia, China business drives Hapag-Lloyd post-merger plans with CSAV

Following its merger with the Chilean company Compania Sud Americana de Vapores (CSAV), catapulting Hamburg-based Hapag-Lloyd to the rank of the world’s fourth largest container shipping company, Hapag-Lloyd is hoping that Asia and, particularly, China will provide a strong impetus to its business. Read More »

Premium Article  China’s currency:  Beijing looks to drive a convertible

International Trade - Dec 22 2014 at 09:14 AM

China’s currency:  Beijing looks to drive a convertible

China’s currency, the renminbi or yuan has always been a subject of concern for trading partners. The tightly controlled currency rarely reflects the global give-and-take necessary for a truly convertible monetary unit of trade. But an experiment is taking place in Canada to loosen currency controls. Is Beijing kicking the tires on a new convertible? Read More »

Premium Article  Can China generate a dry bulk rebound?

International Trade - Nov 21 2014 at 10:28 AM

The dry bulk trades have been in the doldrums, as the BDI (Baltic Dry Index) seems destined to bump along the bottom bringing little relief to beleaguered ship-owners. China is the key to the dry bulk sector. If supply and demand are to come into balance, it will begin there. But when? Read More »

Premium Article  Lynnterm: built on lumber, moving to steel

Breakbulk & Projects Breakbulk Ports & Terminals Ports Container Port - Nov 19 2014 at 01:26 PM

Lynnterm: built on lumber, moving to steel

Located on the North Shore of Vancouver’s Burrard Inlet, within a stone’s throw from the Second Narrows Bridge, Lynnterm not only provides break bulk cargo services to Western Canada’s industrial sector, but through Western Stevedoring, stevedore services to ports on the Mainland and Vancouver Island including the cruise industry and grain terminals at Port Metro Vancouver. Read More »