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Retail container ports operating without congestion

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

The nation's major retail container ports are operating without congestion now that the annual shipping cycle has shifted into the slow season, according to the January Port Tracker report released by the National Retail Federation and Global Insight. Read More »

Port of Baltimore becomes first US port of call for MSC

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

The Maryland Port of Baltimore (MPOB) has become the first United States port of call for the Mediterranean Shipping Company's (MSC) North Atlantic service. By making Baltimore its first US port, MSC has reduced its total travel time for its Antwerp (Belg Read More »

China delegation visits John S. Connor headquarters

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Transport Intermediaries

An eleven-member delegation from Jiangsu Province, China, recently visited the Glen Burnie, Maryland headquarters office of logistics company John S. Connor, Inc. Read More »

NA 2006 Conference to showcase supply chain & logistics solutions

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Transport Intermediaries

This March, the largest event in 2006 dedicated to showcasing solutions that make the supply chain work more productively and profitably is coming to Cleveland, OH - The 2006 Material Handling & Logistics Show and Conference (NA 2006). NA 2006 will be the Read More »

Kuehne + Nagel completes ACR Logistics acquisition

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Transport Intermediaries

Two weeks after the European Commission's approval of the takeover, Kuehne + Nagel has completed the transaction. The acquisition unites two companies that optimally complement each other in many respects and build on long-standing experience. With over 4 Read More »

DHX-Dependable Hawaiian Express begins trucking service on big island

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Intermodal

DHX-Dependable Hawaiian Express, one of the largest transportation companies serving the Hawaiian Islands, has just begun a new trucking service on the Big Island to better serve the business and residential communities on the fastest growing Island in th Read More »

AAR says rail disruption unlikely

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Intermodal

Edward Hamberger, president of the Association of American Railroads, does not expect rail service to be interrupted following the railroads' December 16th request that the national Mediation Board release the carriers and rail unions from mediation. Read More »

US Nov. trade gap down 5.8% amid strong exports

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | International Trade

The US trade deficit narrowed more than expected in November as the price of crude oil eased, exports grew and the deficit with China declined for the first time in seven months. Read More »

New Orleans leaders want to close shipping channel

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | International Trade

The Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet shipping channel, which has been blamed for helping to inundate New Orleans, would be closed under a rebuilding plan introduced by city officials last week. Read More »

China says trade surplus triples to $101.9 billion in 2005

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | International Trade

China's trade surplus surged to $101.9 billion in 2005, more than triple the $32 billion gap recorded the year before, according to customs figures. Read More »

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta’s Paul S. Meyer named Best Operations Manager of the Year

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Air Cargo

The Armbrust Aviation Group (AAG) has named Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International's Director of Operations, Paul S. Meyer, as its Best Operations Manager of the Year. The selection of Mr. Meyer for this prestigious award was due to his successes in a n Read More »

Former Atlas Air CEO Richard Shuyler joins GCW Consulting

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Air Cargo

GCW Consulting announced that former Atlas Air Chief Executive Officer Rick Shuyler has joined the firm as Senior Consultant. Shuyler will assist the firm in a number of airline industry projects for the firm's clients in the United States, Europe and Gre Read More »

Air T, Inc. CFO, John Gioffre, to retire in 2006

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Air Cargo

Air T, Inc. announced that John J. Gioffre, the company's Chief Financial Officer, intends to retire on June 30, 2006. Mr. Gioffre also serves as the company's Vice President-Finance, Secretary and Treasurer and intends to retire from those positions as w Read More »

Oakland welcomes Hanjin Dallas maiden voyage

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Liner Shipping

European Commission moves to ban liner conferences

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Liner Shipping

After several years of consideration, consultation, and discussion, the European Union is moving to outlaw liner shipping conferences. As 2005 was coming to close, the European Commission, the highest lawmaking body in the EU, announced that it had adopte Read More »

NYK to launch North Asia to Australia loops with ‘K’ Line, MOL and COSCON

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Liner Shipping

Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) have agreed to launch the New North Asia to Australia trade together with Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. ('K' Line), Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), and COSCO Container Lines Co., Ltd. (COSCON). Read More »

CMA CGM upgrades Asia to West Africa service

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Liner Shipping

CMA CGM is pleased to announce the upgrading of its WAX service (WEST AFRICA EXPRESS) on Asia-West Africa trade with the introduction of a new built vessel, CMA CGM EVEREST. Read More »

Alan Twaits joins Crowley as VP and General Counsel

AJOT | January 15, 2006 | Liner Shipping

Crowley announced that Alan Twaits has joined the company as vice president and general counsel. Twaits will be domiciled in Jacksonville and report to Art Mead, senior vice president and general counsel. Read More »

Flat year for St. Lawrence Seaway cargo

AJOT | January 08, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

Following a strong rebound in 2004, the commercial shipping season on the St. Lawrence Seaway in 2005 fell below expectations as total traffic showed no significant advance. A key factor: diminished steel imports from Europe. Read More »

NC State Ports Authority plans Brunswick County container terminal

AJOT | January 08, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

At its Dec. 29 meeting in Wilmington, the Board of Directors of the NC State Ports Authority authorized the CEO to negotiate the purchase of 600 acres of riverfront property in Brunswick County. If the purchase is completed, the Authority plans to build a Read More »

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