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Nineteen Crowley vessels honored for environmental stewardship

AJOT | December 04, 2005 | Liner Shipping

Crowley and its Marine Transport Lines subsidiary were recently named recipients of the Chamber of Shipping of America's 2005 Environmental Achievement Awards. The companies collectively had 19 vessels that they manage and or operate that have achieved en Read More »

Hamburg S’d's

AJOT | December 04, 2005 | Liner Shipping

Commencing in February 2006, Hamburg S'd will be introducing its own restructured service between Northern Europe, US East Coast and Australia/New Zealand. The "Trident" service replaces the "Round The World Service," operated with other partner lines, wh Read More »

Horizon Lines announces GRI for Hawaii cargo effective Jan. 2006

AJOT | December 04, 2005 | Liner Shipping

Horizon Lines, LLC (Horizon Lines) announced that it will file a General Rate Increase with the Surface Transportation Board to raise its ocean freight rates for the company's Hawaii service effective January 2, 2006. The amount of increase to be filed va Read More »

Premium Article  2005 SE ASIA & INDIA TRADE REVIEW - Motorola implements innovative procurement and distribution sche

Karen Thuermer | November 27, 2005 | International Trade

Singapore has developed a strong foundation for the electronics industry over the last 40 years with this sector now being a major industry that underpins Singapore‚Äôs economic growth. Motorola is one of its key players, having located to Singapore over 30 Read More »

Premium Article  2005 SE ASIA & INDIA TRADE REVIEW - Philippine Ports Authority marks 31 years

Robert Wallack | November 27, 2005 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) recently celebrated 31 years of service for domestic and international trade with numerous modernization programs to improve facilities and services in order to attract more business. Foremost among the improvements ar Read More »

Port of Olympia project included in FY2006 Transportation Appropriations bill

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | Breakbulk & Projects

Funding for $2 million in intermodal freight improvements at the Port of Olympia's international shipping terminal was included in the federal FY 2006 Transportation Appropriations bill for the Departments of Transportation, Treasury and Housing and Urban Read More »

New Zim service connects Wilmington to Mediterranean

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | Breakbulk & Projects

Zim Integrated Shipping Services Company Inc. now offers service to countries in the eastern and western Mediterranean from the Port of Wilmington, NC. Read More »

Port of Corpus Christi receives first shipment of melons from Guatemala

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | Breakbulk & Projects

The Port of Corpus Christi began receiving major shipments of melons from Guatemala through its cold storage facility last week. Frontera Produce of Edinburg, TX is importing melons to include cantaloupes and honeydews from Guatemala through Altobaso, S.A Read More »

Port of Virginia shatters single-month cargo record

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | Breakbulk & Projects

October was the busiest month in the history of The Port of Virginia as 188,539 teus were handled at the general cargo terminals that line the Elizabeth and James rivers. Read More »

Gov. Ehrlich signs contract making Baltimore top East Coast port for paper products

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | Breakbulk & Projects

As part of his aggressive effort to grow Maryland's economy, Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., recently signed a six-year contract with M-real USA Corporation and Baltimore Forest Products Terminals LLP (BalTerm), that will make Maryland's Port of Baltimor Read More »

RILA urges DHS to use C-TPAT as model for Public-Private Partnership

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | Intermodal

The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) advises the Department of Homeland Security to follow the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program as a model for a successful public-private partnership as it looks to advance cargo secur Read More »

Canadian leaders join call for ambitious WTO trade negotiation results

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | International Trade

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce (CCC) have joined forces with over 20 international business organizations urging the World Trade Organization (WTO) to pursue substantial progress on trade liberalization at th Read More »

Mongolia’s President hopes Bush’s visit boosts trade, aid

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | International Trade

Mongolian President Nambaryn Enkhbayar said on Nov. 22 that he hopes President Bush's historic visit will lead to a free-trade agreement and more aid for his economically struggling country. Read More »

US, So. Korea should fix disputes ahead of FTA talks

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | International Trade

The US and South Korea need to resolve disputes, including one over trade in beef, to smooth the way for negotiations on an eventual free-trade agreement, or FTA, according to a senior US trade official. Read More »

Washington Conference underscores urgency of modernizing India’s airports

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | Air Cargo

India's ambitious plans to expand its aviation sector have made little headway because its existing airports are in such an anachronistic state that, along with the incomprehensible and meaningless layers of bureaucracy, they are actually becoming an obst Read More »

A giant step towards single European skies

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | Air Cargo

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recently welcomed the ratification of the contract for the definition phase for the Single European Sky Implementation Programme. IATA Director General & CEO Giovanni Bisignani met with Jacques Barrot, Vi Read More »

Nippon Cargo Airlines announces management changes

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | Air Cargo

Nippon Cargo Airlines announced several management changes at their North American headquarters office based at JFK International Airport. Read More »

Schenker standardizes global airfreight services

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | Air Cargo

New and unified standard for airfreight products allows easier identification Schenker's complete range of airfreight products has been unified under the umbrella of SCHENKERsky, a new global standard. Read More »

MacAndrews’ Copsey says short sea shipping is perfect for fresh produce

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | Liner Shipping

"For all parties concerned, it is economically viable and beneficial to ship fresh produce around Europe by sea in a reefer container, rather than overland via trailers," claims Mark Copsey, Iberian Trade Manager of MacAndrews & Co. Read More »

MOL and DELMAS to launch new Asia - East Africa Direct service

AJOT | November 27, 2005 | Liner Shipping

DELMAS and MOL announced the introduction of a new joint service linking Asia and East Africa, as a seamless continuation of their existing joint service currently provided by MOL, DELMAS and P&O NEDLLOYD. Read More »

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