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VPA establishes presence in India

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects

Trade with India accounts for a consistently growing share of The Port of Virginia's business and because of that the Virginia Port Authority recently contracted with an experienced firm to represent the VPA in that country. Read More »

L.B./L.A. ports to consider cargo fee for transportation projects

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects

The Long Beach and Los Angeles Boards of Harbor Commissioners on Monday, January 14, 2008, in a joint meeting, will consider a cargo fee that would generate $1.4 billion for transportation projects to improve traffic flow and air quality in the harbor are Read More »

Corpus Christi issues RFQ to develop, operate La Quinta Trade Gateway Container Terminal

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects

Over a decade ago the Port of Corpus Christi foresaw the congestion problems now plaguing North America's traditional international gateways for containerized cargo and the negative impact it is having on the operations of ocean carriers that serve those Read More »

New advisory committees forming on transportation corridors

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | Intermodal

The Texas Transportation Commission is looking for interested citizens to form new advisory committees for the major transportation corridors, a move to give more Texans a seat at the table in developing statewide transportation corridors. Read More »

BNSF & Vehicle Projects develop experimental hydrogen locomotive

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | Intermodal

BNSF Railway Company and Vehicle Projects LLC announced they are developing an experimental hydrogen fuel cell switch locomotive. The experimental switch locomotive has the potential to reduce air pollution, is not dependent on oil for fuel, and could ser Read More »

Teamsters urge: ‘Don’t whitewash border crash investigation’

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | Intermodal

The Teamsters Union urged the Bush administration to investigate fully the fiery border crash that involved two Mexican trucks recently -- and to tell the public exactly what happened and why. Read More »

China looks to rural subsidy to ease trade surplus

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | International Trade

A pilot program by the Chinese government for subsidizing farmers to buy electrical appliances will help the country rein in its trade surplus and ease tensions with trading partners, the Finance Ministry said. Read More »

Canadian job losses stun market, exports firm

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | International Trade

Canadian job losses in December were the heaviest since May 2003 as the softening US economy and strong currency battered manufacturers, making an interest rate cut by the Bank of Canada almost a certainty. Read More »

New Zealand takes Australia to WTO court over apples

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | International Trade

New Zealand is seeking a ruling from the World Trade Organisation (WTO) on whether tough Australian sanitary rules on imports of apples break global trading rules, a WTO document showed. Read More »

Hactl sets new annual tonnage record

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | Air Cargo

Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl) announced the tonnage throughput for December, the fourth quarter and for the whole year of 2007. In December, a total of 238,689 tons were handled, representing a 3% year-on-year increase over 2006. Tonnage h Read More »

Jet Airways upgrades aircraft, opens new routes

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | Air Cargo

Jet Airways Cargo continues to strengthen its offering to the UK and Irish markets with the introduction of B777 aircraft on its London-Delhi route. The new aircraft replace the smaller A340 equipment that originally opened the route. Read More »

Singapore Airlines to launch Singapore ’ Houston flights via Moscow Domodedovo Int’l Airport

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | Air Cargo

Effective March 20, 2008, Singapore Airlines will start operating Singapore ' Moscow (Domodedovo) ' Houston flights. The airline will operate Boeing 777-300ER aircraft four times a week. Read More »

NYK & HMM announce new service

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | Liner Shipping

NYK and Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) are pleased to announce an agreement to operate jointly in the container trade between Asia, South Africa, and the east cost of South America. Read More »

USL and ANL announce major service reconfiguration

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | Liner Shipping

US Lines (USL) and ANL announced a major realignment of their service structure in three key trade lanes in which their alliance operates. The changes are aimed at improving the service offered to their customers. Read More »

UASC receives first of new generation containerships

AJOT | January 20, 2008 | Liner Shipping

Under the patronage of United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) and in the presence of Sheikh Ali Bin Jassim Al-Thani, the Chairman of the Board, Mr. Othman Ibrahim Al Issa, Vice Chairman of the Board, distinguished Members of the Board and the Executive Manag Read More »

Premium Article  Kress Joins Port of Tacoma as Senior Project Manager

AJOT | January 17, 2008 | People | Appointments | Ports & Terminals

Tom Kress recently joined the Port of Tacoma as a Senior Project Manager, responsible for project management, contract administration, project design, construction inspection, surveying and materials testing for Port construction projects. Read More »

NYK Logistics acquires Bruni International

AJOT | January 17, 2008 | Transport Intermediaries

NYK Logistics (Americas), Inc. announced its acquisition of Bruni International, a customs brokerage, freight forwarding, and warehouse- and distribution-services company based in Laredo, Texas. Read More »

FedEx improves LTL services

AJOT | January 17, 2008 | Intermodal

FedEx Freight has improved its service in key US markets, and FedEx National LTL now provides long-haul shippers with improved on-time service reliability after re-engineering its network, FedEx Freight, an operating company of FedEx Corp. announced. Read More »

Yen falls as Bush plan lifts dollar

AJOT | January 17, 2008 | International Trade

The yen fell against the dollar and euro on Friday after rising Asian and European equities calmed markets, prompting investors to edge back into relatively risky carry trades. Read More »

FedEx launches International Economy in Asia Pacific

AJOT | January 17, 2008 | Air Cargo

FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp., announced the expansion of its customer portfolio of services with the launch of FedEx International Economy service in 10 Asia Pacific markets. Read More »

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