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2014 Media Kit

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Rocla Concrete Tie, Inc. Enhances Customer Support and Operational Oversight

AJOT | September 22, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects

Rocla Concrete Tie, Inc, a key supplier of pre-stressed concrete ties to America’s largest freight railroads as well as the United States’ only high speed rail project, today announced a number of management changes in order to provide customer-centric support and operational oversight to its new facilities and subsidiaries. Read More »

First Arctic cargo shipped through the Northwest Passage

AJOT | September 21, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects

First Arctic cargo shipped through the Northwest Passage

Fednav, a Canadian-owned company and world leader in Arctic navigation, has announced that its vessel, the MV Nunavik sailed from Deception Bay en route to China via Canada's Northwest Passage, with a full cargo of nickel concentrate. Read More »

UPS Survey: Time to Act on Untapped Opportunities in Healthcare Industry

GlobeNewswire | September 18, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects | Transport Intermediaries

An environment of increasing risks, complex regulations and continuing cost pressures is impeding healthcare executives from moving quickly to seize untapped industry opportunities, according to the 7th annual UPS “Pain in the (Supply) Chain” survey. Read More »

Ruslan International moves urgent oil and gas plant for Airland Logistics

AJOT | September 16, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects | Energy

Ruslan International – the company which manages 17 giant AN-124 freighter aircraft for its partners Antonov Airlines and Volga Dnepr Group – has moved 75 tonnes of urgent oil and gas industry coil-tubing equipment from London Stansted to Adelaide, to support a drilling programme in the Coober Pedy Basin of South Australia. Read More »

Premium Article  WWPC links project forwarders with projects

George Lauriat | September 11, 2014 | People | Interviews | Breakbulk & Projects

The Group also runs the CEE (Cargo Equipment Experts), which is strictly for asset based companies that handle the actual transport of heavy and outsized cargo with their equipment and in-house services. Both networks are unique in their structure and marketing towards shippers and project owners. Based in Spain, Wolfgang Karau, a veteran in the project cargo business, is operations director for both networks. Read More »

Premium Article  Siemens’ Alma finds Charleston good fit for project cargo logistics

Paul Scott Abbott | September 11, 2014 | People | Interviews | Breakbulk & Projects

Henk Alma, manager of transportation and logistics for the Americas for the world-leading energy solutions sector of Siemens, may be based in Orlando, Fla., and a native of the Netherlands, but, when it comes to shipping huge cargo units, he has a particular liking of the South Carolina Ports Authority’s Port of Charleston. Read More »

Premium Article  Mongolia’s first: the Salkhit Wind Farm

Robert Wallack | September 11, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects

Mongolia’s first: the Salkhit Wind Farm

AJOT correspondent Robert L. Wallack, reporting from Ulaanbaatar Mongolia, writes about the nation’s first wind power project. The extreme conditions in the South Gobi desert are legendary and delivering the 40 plus ton components to the Salkhit project site required grit and determination. But wind power could make Mongolia a regional powerhouse as a key player in the ASG (Asia Super Grid). Read More »

Under Water Rescue in USA by Crane Rental Corporation

AJOT | September 08, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects | Projects

Under Water Rescue in USA by Crane Rental Corporation

Crane Rental Corporation, member to the Cargo Equipment Experts CEE network in the USA, recently recovered a customer’s Manitowoc 4600 dragline that had slipped off a bank below 70 feet of water at maximum radius off the shore (no one ent). Read More »

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