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2014 Media Kit

Liner Shipping

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Safmarine fleet renewal in full swing

AJOT | April 13, 2008 | Liner Shipping

Safmarine's second quarter began with a busy 10 days, commencing with the naming ceremony for the Safmarine Nyassa, which took place at the Volkswerft shipyard in Stralsund Germany. The vessel, the second in a series of five containerships to be delivered Read More »

Intermarine secures growth capital

AJOT | April 10, 2008 | Liner Shipping

Intermarine, a leader in project transportation, has secured growth capital to continue building its business. The company's management team is partnering with New Mountain Capital, a New York-based private equity firm, to facilitate their pursuit of stra Read More »

Roadway launches Expedited Ocean Service from China

AJOT | April 10, 2008 | Liner Shipping

Roadway, a subsidiary of YRC Worldwide, Inc., in cooperation with YRC Logistics Global has launched an expedited ocean service from China to the United States, added new supply chain services at both origin and destination for international shippers, and Read More »

YRDICT steps up to cargo consolidation

AJOT | April 09, 2008 | Liner Shipping

Yantai Rising Dragon International Container Terminal Ltd. (YRDICTL) recently boosted cargo consolidation service at the Yantai Rising Dragon International Container Terminal (YRDICT) in China with the opening of an independent gate for the terminal's con Read More »

The Grand Alliance starts new European Service

AJOT | April 09, 2008 | Liner Shipping

The Grand Alliance is pleased to announce the implementation of a new EU5 Service and updates to our dedicated Far East service. These changes reflect our commitment to responding to the needs of customers due to the growth of the Chinese mainland market. Read More »

Premium Article  NE PORTS / CHEMICALS 2008 - A one-time deal

Peter Buxbaum | April 06, 2008 | International Trade | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals

Be careful what you wish for, because it might come true. That could very well be the mantra being repeated by ocean carriers operating in the United States-to-Asia trades out of the port of New York and New Jersey. Read More »

Premium Article  NE PORTS / CHEMICALS 2008 - Moderate upturn forecast in Seaway 50th season

Leo Ryan | April 06, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects | Intermodal | International Trade | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals | Transport Intermediaries

The St. Lawrence Seaway launched its 50th commercial navigation season in late March under difficult weather conditions, with ice and snow provoking considerable delays for vessels in channels and on the Great Lakes. In many instances, ice-breaker support Read More »

Russian space shuttle Buran ‘lifts off’ to German museum

AJOT | April 06, 2008 | Liner Shipping

In another example of successful cooperation between Worldwide Project Consortium, WWPC members, Procargo, Ltd./Finland in cooperation with LS International Cargo GmbH/Germany and Steder Group b.v./Netherlands are involved in the transportation of the Rus Read More »

WTSA container lines act to expand fuel cost recovery effort

AJOT | April 06, 2008 | Liner Shipping

Member shipping lines in the Westbound Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (WTSA) have announced a schedule of recommended quarterly increases in their bunker fuel surcharges, aimed at restoring their existing bunker fuel surcharges to guideline levels t Read More »

Browning joins Intermarine

AJOT | April 03, 2008 | Liner Shipping

Intermarine announced that Ms. Stacy Browning has joined the Intermarine team in Houston to focus on the company's growing Relay services. As a former employee of Intermarine in the Customer Service group for many years, Stacy is very familiar with the In Read More »

WWL to call at Port of Galveston

AJOT | March 30, 2008 | Liner Shipping

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL) one of the world's largest providers of outbound logistics for manufacturers of finished vehicles, announced that vessels in its North America / Middle East trade route will transition from the Port of Houston to the P Read More »

Ship pilot charged in San Francisco Bay oil spill case

AJOT | March 30, 2008 | Liner Shipping

John Joseph Cota, the pilot of the COSCO Busan, the 65,131-ton containership that collided with the San Francisco Bay Bridge resulting in the discharge of approximately 58,000 gallons of oil, was charged recently with violations of the Clean Water Act and Read More »

New Senator Lines vessel on Mediterranean-Canada service

AJOT | March 26, 2008 | Liner Shipping

Senator Lines will phase in a new vessel on its two-sling Mediterranean-Canada service MCS. The recently chartered Montreal Senator will replace the Canada Senator currently running on the service linking the Mediterranean ports with Montreal. Read More »

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