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Port Everglades officials welcome Zim Shekou

AJOT | July 01, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

im's new 4,500-teu Zim Shekou debuted at Broward County's Port Everglades this week replacing older, smaller vessels in the container shipping line's Asia-US East Coast Express (AUX) service. On hand to welcome Zim Captain Ron Golan and the 39,906 Read More »

Mid-Gulf ports move past recovery from 2005 storms

AJOT | June 24, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

Now that recovery from the 2005 hurricane season is just about complete, officials from ports around the central Gulf region are busy moving forward with facility enhancements and new agreements to handle burgeoning trade volumes while hoping they will be Read More »

Massport commemorates five years of China trade

AJOT | June 24, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

Massachusetts Port Authority officials, Senator Edward Kennedy, Senator John Kerry, Governor Deval Patrick, Lt. Governor Tim Murray, and Capt. Wei Jiafu, President and CEO of China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company ('COSCO') commemorated the fifth anniversar Read More »

ICTSI readies take over Syrian terminal

AJOT | June 17, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

Global port operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) is preparing to take over operations of one of its recent port acquisitions, the Tartous International Container Terminal (TICT) in Syria. Read More »

Indiana steel sails for Spain

AJOT | June 17, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

About 11,000 tons of Indiana-made steel set sail for Spain. The Julietta arrived at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor recently and was loaded with hot-rolled steel coils from Mittal Steel in East Chicago, IN. Read More »

Inland waterways offer cost advantages, available capacity

AJOT | June 10, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

The number of barges plying 12,000 miles of US rivers rose in 2006 for the first time in eight years, according to an annual study published earlier this year. Barge numbers rise and fall for a variety of reasons, but industry experts say the increase las Read More »

PRPA announces start of channel-deepening project

AJOT | June 10, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

Amid much fanfare, a day sought after by the Philadelphia regional maritime industry for more than two decades finally arrived when Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell announced that conflicts with New Jersey related to the Delaware River Channel Deep Read More »

VPA elects Morgan-Silvester as new Chair

AJOT | June 03, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

The Vancouver Port Authority's (VPA) Board of Directors announced that they have elected Sarah Morgan-Silvester as the VPA's new Chair. Morgan-Silvester replaces George A. Adams, whose term of office expired on March 17, 2007. Read More »

Industrial Dawn calls New Orleans on maiden voyage

AJOT | June 03, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

The M/V Industrial Dawn, the newest heavy lift ship to join the Intermarine services fleet, recently called the Port of New Orleans on its maiden voyage. During this visit, the vessel was presented with a plaque and a Master Mariner certificate to celebr Read More »

Pasha wins two top PMA safety awards

AJOT | May 27, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

At the recent Pacific Maritime Association's (PMA) Southern California 58th Annual Safety Awards Banquet that recognized safety in the workplace for 2006, Pasha Stevedoring & Terminals operations in National City won two first place awards. Read More »

PMA and ILWU set course for early labor talks

AJOT | May 27, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

The Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) have agreed to pursue an early start to labor contact negotiations with the goal of reaching an agreement prior to the expiration of their current six-year l Read More »

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