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Labelmaster ‘s A.I.R. Shipper Compliance Package provides comprehensive information on shipping…

AJOT | June 17, 2010 | Air Cargo

Labelmaster(R), a U.S.-based manufacturer of hazardous materials and regulatory compliance products, has an affordable and convenient package to help shippers comply with the latest regulations included in the 2011 edition of the ICAO Technical Instructio Read More »

Maersk sees unprecedented container shortage

AJOT | June 17, 2010 | Liner Shipping

Maersk Line, the world's biggest container shipping group, said a strong rebound in global trade has led to an unprecedented shortage of containers as shipping enters its peak season.

Maersk Line, part of Danish oil and shipping group A.P. Mo Read More »

Premium Article  East coast seaports lasso highly competitive ro-ro business

Karen Thuermer | June 16, 2010 | Breakbulk & Projects | Ports & Terminals

When one thinks of a rodeo, one imagines cowboys on horses lassoing steers and sheep in front of a cheering crowd.

But each year in May, the rodeo takes a different meaning at Dundalk Terminal at the Port of Baltimore, possibly the only seapo Read More »

Premium Article  Ro-ro carriers feel rebound in 2010

Peter Buxbaum | June 16, 2010 | International Trade | Liner Shipping

Increasing demand for equipment seen
Ocean carriers providing roll on-roll off services for vehicles and equipment are feeling cautiously optimistic about their businesses, thanks to encouraging signs which have emerged in the first few mont Read More »

Premium Article  Wärtsilä installs fuel cell unit on Wallenius’ car-carrier ‘Undine’

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | Liner Shipping

Wärtsilä's WFC20 fuel cell unit has been installed onboard the 'Undine', a car carrier, owned by Swedish Wallenius Lines and managed by Wallenius Marine. This unique power unit is the first of its kind in the world, and will during the test period provide Read More »

Premium Article  Japan’s exports jump on robust Asian growth

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | International Trade

Japanese exports rose in April from a year earlier on the back of robust growth in Asia and a recovery in the United States, though Europe's debt woes could cloud the outlook for Japan's export-led recovery. Read More »

Premium Article  North Asia trade shows rebound

Karen Thuermer | June 16, 2010 | International Trade

While the world economy may not yet be completely out of the woods, indicators show some promise. Consider the trade figures coming out of North Asia, markets that encompass important trade partners South Korea, Taiwan, and Japan.

By Karen Read More »

Diana Shipping continues time charter agreement with BHP Billiton

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | Breakbulk & Projects

Diana Shipping Inc.a global shipping company specializing in the transportation of dry bulk cargoes, announced that it has entered into a time charter contract with BHP Billiton Marketing AG of Baar, Read More »

Rickmers-Linie again wins Best Shipping Line ’ Project Cargo award

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | Breakbulk & Projects

For the second time in a row, Rickmers-Linie, the breakbulk, heavylift and project cargo specialist headquartered in Hamburg, has won the category Best Shipping Line - Project Cargo in the annual Asian Freight & Supply Chain Awards (AFSCA). In a gala dinn Read More »

Air Products signs GAC to handle helium shipments

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | Breakbulk & Projects

GAC Qatar has signed a deal with international gas producer Air Products USA to handle helium deliveries from Qatar to the UAE.

Air Products has nearly 19,000 employees in more than 40 countries worldwide, serving the industrial, energy, tech Read More »

JAXPORT welcomes first All-Water Cargo Service through Suez Canal

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | Ports & Terminals

The Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) marked the inaugural ship call of the Suez Canal Bridge, part of a new rotation of weekly calls at JAXPORT’s TraPac Container Terminal at Dames Point.

The new all-water service, jointly operated by TraPac pare Read More »

Port Everglades opens new bridge to expedite cargo movement

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | Ports & Terminals

Cargo trucks will be able to move within Port Everglades faster and more conveniently with the opening of a new bridge that connects areas that were previously separated by a canal and two security checkpoints.

"This bridge is a symbol of how Read More »

Federal stimulus and state funding make a big difference at Port of Albany

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | Ports & Terminals

Albany Mayor Gerald Jennings and other area elected officials held a press conference to deliver a progress report on the stimulus and state funding used for massive capital improvement at the Port of Albany including replacing wharfs, extending rail line Read More »

Relative rise in container transshipment

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | Ports & Terminals

In 2009, the share of container transhipment (1) in the port of Rotterdam rose from 28% to 30%. (2) Because the total throughput declined with 10%, to 9.7 million TEU, transhipment volume dropped 2% to 2.9 million TEU. Read More »

Bruner and Newsome to receive Connie Awards from CII

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | Ports & Terminals

The Containerization & Intermodal Institute (CII) will present the 2010 East Coast-based Connie Awards to J. Russell Bruner, Chairman and CEO of Maersk Inc. and James I. Newsome III, President and CEO of the South Carolina State Ports Authority. The eveni Read More »

SC Ports projects volume growth, $77 million in upgrades

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | Ports & Terminals

The South Carolina State Ports Authority (SCSPA) Board approved its budget for the coming fiscal year, including more than $77 million in terminal upgrades and projections for a seven percent increase in container volume.

In the year starting Read More »

PortVision enhances vessel-tracking service

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | Ports & Terminals

PortVision, a leading provider of business intelligence solutions for the maritime industry, announced it has enhanced its web-based vessel tracking, management and analysis service to provide greater insight into vessel activities in most major U.S. port Read More »

Quay move for Felixstowe South cranes

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | Ports & Terminals

The first three ship-to-shore gantry cranes have been delivered to the Port of Felixstowe’s new Felixstowe South development. The cranes are the biggest of their type in the world, and are capable of handling future generations of container ships with 24 Read More »

Panama’s cabinet council approves new Panama Canal pricing structure

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | Ports & Terminals

The Cabinet Council of the Republic of Panama approved a proposal to modify the Panama Canal pricing structure yesterday, following a recommendation from the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) Board of Directors.

The proposal modifies the pricing s Read More »

Inland shipping fights back

AJOT | June 16, 2010 | Ports & Terminals

In the crisis year 2009, inland shipping strengthened its position in the hinterland transport of containers. Its share in the modal split of the port of Rotterdam rose from 30% to 33%. The previous time such a large gain was recorded, was in the previous Read More »

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