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Premium Article  Putting wheels on the ground

George Lauriat | October 18, 2012 | International Trade | Liner Shipping | Transport Intermediaries

Two international freight forwarders, Auto Exporters Services (AES) and World Class Shipping (WCS), specialize in the export of vehicles from the US. In an interview with the AJOT, the forwarders share the many nuances of the business of putting wheels on Read More »

Premium Article  Antwerp eyes bigger role in Far East and other trade lanes

Leo Ryan | October 18, 2012 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

Among the northern European ports on the Le Havre-Hamburg range, Antwerp has in recent years become a bigger factor on various world trade lanes and is now going after the significant markets opening up for the new generation of mega-containerships thanks Read More »

Premium Article  Reshaping Old Ways as U.S. to China Exports Expand

AJOT | September 19, 2012 | International Trade | Transport Intermediaries

With the current surge in U.S. exports to China emerging as a bright spot in today’s turbulent economic climate, savvy Logistics Service Providers (LSPs) are taking advantage of game changing technology innovations that support a new wave of collaboration Read More »

Premium Article  Michelin’s Straub looks forward to SC conference, logistics future

Paul Scott Abbott | September 06, 2012 | People | Interviews | International Trade

By Paul Scott Abbott, AJOT

As Peter J. Straub, manager of international transportation for tire industry leader Michelin North America Inc., looks forward to the Sept. 17-19 South Carolina International Trade Conference, he sees the Port of Charleston Read More »

Premium Article  CaroTrans long-term investment in Latin American trade provides insight

George Lauriat | August 26, 2012 | People | Interviews | International Trade | Transport Intermediaries

Greg Howard of CaroTrans could be described as “chief ambassador” rather than global CEO when it comes to developing international business links. Howard’s long-term relationship with South America offers an insider’s view of one of the world’s fastest, ( Read More »

Premium Article  Hong Kong Redux?

George Lauriat | August 12, 2012 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

By George Lauriat, AJOT

On June 27th, the Hong Kong Special Administrative zone celebrated the 15th anniversary of reunification with China. While a decade and a half of exemplary economic performance has sparkled against the West's tepid resul Read More »

Premium Article  KOREA’S DSME CHALLENGES CHINA WITH IMPROVED MARINE CONSTRUCTION

Stas Margaronis | August 07, 2012 | International Trade | Liner Shipping

BY STAS MARGARONIS, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TRANSPORTATION

Chinese shipbuilders, such as COSCO Corp, are challenging Korea and Singapore in their traditional stronghold of offshore oil rig building and have managed to secure 20% of the $72 billion world m Read More »

Premium Article  Intelleflex Introduces Cold Chain Technology

Robert Wallack | August 07, 2012 | International Trade | Transport Intermediaries

By Robert L. Wallack, American Journal of Transportation, San Francisco, CA

Intelleflex, a Santa Clara, California based technology company, is testing a pallet-level radio-frequency identification (RFID) system to monitor temperatures in real-time f Read More »

Premium Article  China: Tree of Life

George Lauriat | July 16, 2012 | International Trade

By George Lauriat,

AJOTChina’s unquenchable demand for forest products has buoyed the market, even during this economic downturn. While the Chinese economy has slowed, the medium term prospects remain positive for increased imports of wood products b Read More »

Premium Article  Forest products show positive volumes; legislation holds snags

Karen Thuermer | July 16, 2012 | Breakbulk & Projects | International Trade

By Karen E. Thuermer, AJOT

Forest products are a critical commodity for both the U.S. economy and seaports across the country. The South Carolina Forestry Commission reports that forest products are the No. 1 export item moving through the Port of Ch Read More »

Premium Article  Canadian lumber: from zero to a billion in 10 years

Leo Quigley | July 16, 2012 | International Trade

By Leo Quigley, AJOT In 2001 there was a long and nasty softwood lumber dispute between Canada and the U.S., and the resulting countervailing duties imposed by the U.S. on softwood lumber closed many of the mills in British Columbia and forced the Provi Read More »

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