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Maher orders cranes for Prince Rupert container terminal

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

Maher Terminals announced that it will exercise its order acknowledgement to ZPMC of Shanghai, China, for three (3) new ultra-post-Panamax container cranes for the Prince Rupert container terminal. This follows the Prince Rupert Port Authority's (PRPA) an Read More »

Weyerhaeuser selects GT Nexus for Strategic Global Freight Management

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Transport Intermediaries

GT Nexus announced that it was selected by Weyerhaeuser Company to provide the global logistics data hub, integration technology and business process software to centrally manage and control worldwide ocean freight services. Read More »

IES announces Newcomer SHIPEX

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Transport Intermediaries

Software selection key to start-up's early success

IES Ltd. announced the implementation of IES international trade operations and warehouse software at SHIPEX.

IES is proud to announce that Houston-based start-up SHIPEX LLC selected IES' integrat Read More »

F.S. Mackenzie opens for business in Germany

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Transport Intermediaries

F.S. Mackenzie Germany GmbH is headquartered in B'nen, near Dortmund and offers the full range of multimodal freight forwarding services to shippers trading with Germany. Read More »

Hurricane relief holds logistics lessons

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Intermodal

Habitat for Humanity is a well-known faith-based organization that has, since its founding in 1976, built or rehabilitated over 150,000 housing units for needy families around the world. So it's not surprising that when the organization sought to provide Read More »

CATCO offers special breed to move loads across tundra

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Intermodal

On Alaska's North Slope, often more than 100 miles beyond the nearest gravel road, a special breed of all-terrain vehicles transports heavy loads to remote oil exploration sites without damaging the fragile ecosystem. Read More »

YRC Regional Transportation names Steven Gast Pres. and CEO New Penn Motor Express

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Intermodal

YRC Regional Transportation, a subsidiary of YRC Worldwide Inc. announced that Steven D. Gast has been named President and CEO of New Penn Motor Express, based in Lebanon, PA. Read More »

Critical issues facing US transportation highlighted

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Intermodal

The United States has made massive investments in building and operating transportation facilities and services, but increased passenger travel and global trade are pushing the transportation sector to its limits, according to Critical Issues in Transport Read More »

US transport system moves more freight than previously reported

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Intermodal

Much more freight moves on the nation's transportation system than previously reported and almost one out of 10 tons of freight shipments is related to international trade, according to 'Freight in America,' a new report from the US Department of Transpor Read More »

US current account deficit may be near optimal

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | International Trade

The US current account deficit may be near optimal levels based on expected economic growth trends among wealthy countries, according to a study co-authored by a Federal Reserve economist. Read More »

No date to resume US beef trade to Japan

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | International Trade

US Agriculture Undersecretary J.B. Penn said last week that it was premature to talk of a date for resuming US beef imports after materials banned due to fears of mad cow disease were found in a shipment. Read More »

Chinese President to visit Washington in April

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | International Trade

Chinese President Hu Jintao will visit the United States in April, US officials confirmed. However, they declined to give details, such as whether it will be a state visit. Read More »

New JV will stimulate Japan-Russia trade flows

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Air Cargo

The launch of Boeing 747-300SF all-cargo services between Japan and Russia as part of a long-term relationship between AirBridge Cargo (ABC) and Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) promises to significantly enhance trade flows between the two countries. The new f Read More »

Chicago O’Hare’s airfreight hub position to strengthen

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Air Cargo

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has topped Chicago O'Hare International Airport as the nation's busiest for takeoffs and landings. In 2005 Hartsfield had 980,197 takeoffs and landings comp Read More »

Abu Dhabi Airport Services and Etihad install new electric forklift trucks

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Air Cargo

Etihad Crystal Cargo, the cargo division of Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, is working closely with its Ground Handling Partner, Abu Dhabi Airport Services (ADAS) on solutions to further upgrade the handling facilities at Read More »

The Manila International Container Terminal (MICT)

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Liner Shipping

The Manila International Container Terminal (MICT), International Container Terminal Services, Inc.'s (ICTSI) flagship, recently serviced one of Evergreen's newest container ships. . . . Read More »

Grand Alliance agrees to 10-year VPA deal

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Liner Shipping

The Virginia Port Authority (VPA) announced that its operating company, Virginia International Terminals Inc. (VIT), signed the largest contract in the port's history with the Grand Alliance, the port's top customer. Read More »

Alianca and Hamburg Sud win major awards in 2005

AJOT | January 29, 2006 | Liner Shipping

Alianca Navegacao e Log'stica, and its parent organization, Hamburg Sud, earned numerous Brazilian industry and governmental awards during 2005, evidencing the excellence and quality of the services provided by the carrier in the Latin American marketplac Read More »

Premium Article  Australia and New Zealand’s air cargo niche business continues to grow

Karen Thuermer | January 22, 2006 | Air Cargo

The jury is still out as to the impact the US-Australia Free Trade Agreement (AUSFTA) is having on cargo volumes between the United States and Australia. The AUSFTA was only signed into law on January 1, 2005. Read More »

Premium Article  AUSTRALIA / NEW ZEALAND TRADE - Differences of opinion in trade down under

Peter Buxbaum | January 22, 2006 | International Trade

Numbers released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, a government agency, on the first anniversary of the agreement showed that Australia’s trade deficit with the US grew by over $1 billion. This has prompted critics of the treaty to suggest that Aust Read More »

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