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OOCL Voluntarily Switches to Cleaner Trucks in Long Beach

AJOT | January 10, 2008 | Intermodal

Orient Overseas Container Line Ltd (OOCL) has voluntarily stopped the use of cargo trucks built before 1990 to comply early with the ports' upcoming ban on old, dirty diesel trucks. Read More »

DHL will become the official express and logistics partner for IMG’s Fashion Weeks . . .

AJOT | January 10, 2008 | Air Cargo

DHL will become the official express and logistics partner for IMG's Fashion Weeks around the world, a series of prestigious shows produced and/or represented by IMG Fashion in ten countries spanning four continents each year. Following a successful year Read More »

General Rate Increase for Shipments Between the US and The Family Islands, Bahamas

AJOT | January 10, 2008 | Liner Shipping

As part of our commitment to the customers and communities we serve, Tropical Shipping strives to deliver the best competitive transportation value. Due to the increasing cost of operations, our ability to sustain and invest in the service you have come t Read More »

LA & Long Beach Ports to Consider Cargo Fee for Transportation Projects

AJOT | January 09, 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 »

VPA Inks Five-Year Deal With Long-Time Customer,  Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics

AJOT | January 08, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects

The Virginia Port Authority [VPA] has signed a five-year contract with Wallenius Wilhelmsen Lines [WWL], a ship line specializing in roll on/roll off cargo that has been calling at The Port of Virginia for more than two decades. Read More »

Port of Bellingham Issues Draft EIS for The Waterfront District Project

AJOT | January 08, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects

Today the Port of Bellingham released a draft environmental study of the possible impacts of the 220-acre waterfront redevelopment that will span at least 20 years. This study is an essential step as the port and City of Bellingham consider rezoning and r Read More »

Port of Seattle Commissioners Enact Strong Accountability Measures

AJOT | January 08, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects

The Port of Seattle Commission approved several motions today outlining how they will work together to oversee the organization's policies and operations. After a swearing-in ceremony led by former Governor Dan Evans, newly elected commissioners Bill Brya Read More »

CBP Mandates Electronic Manifests Nationwide

AJOT | January 08, 2008 | Transport Intermediaries

Truck carriers will be required to electronically submit manifests detailing cargo and carrier information to U.S. Customs and Border Protection prior to arrival at Alaska land border ports beginning Feb. 11, marking nationwide implementation of mandatory Read More »

NASSTRAC supports FMCSA and ATA in Court on Hours of Service

AJOT | January 08, 2008 | Intermodal

On January 7, 2008, NASSTRAC filed in the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit in support of the FMCSA Interim Rule preserving the hours of service status quo for the next 10-12 months. Read More »

Danaos three-year charter for 3,100 teu containership

AJOT | January 08, 2008 | Liner Shipping

Danaos Corporation announced that it has signed an agreement with YML to re-charter the YM Milano, a 3,100 teu containership, for a period of 3 years beginning immediately after its current employment starting July 2008 at an improved fixed charter rate. Read More »

NYK Renews NYK C-TPAT Certification, Passing Reexamination by U.S. Customs

AJOT | January 08, 2008 | Liner Shipping

Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK; head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; president: Koji Miyahara) safely passed a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) reexamination, the first Japanese shipping company Read More »

NEW DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN THE FAR EAST AND ABIDJAN, COTE D’IVOIRE

AJOT | January 08, 2008 | Liner Shipping

Maersk Line is pleased to announce a new, direct service between the Far East and Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire. On 28 January 2008, we will introduce a direct, weekly call in Abidjan, Ivory Coast on the Far East - West Africa 2 (FEW2) service. Thereby we can se Read More »

Retail container traffic ends four-month slump

AJOT | January 07, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects

Traffic at the nation's major retail container ports ended a four-month slump in December, rising above the previous year's level for the first time since mid-summer, according to the monthly Port Tracker report released today by the National Retail Feder Read More »

MAERSK Line Reorganises to drive new strategy

AJOT | January 07, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects

Maersk Line, the container shipping division of the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group, announces the details of its new strategy to drive the turnaround of the business and return to sustainable profitability. A long-term strategy comprising four core elements w Read More »

Atlanta wins bid to help TIACA celebrate 50 years

AJOT | January 07, 2008 | Air Cargo

Atlanta has won the bid to host The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) International Air Cargo Forum & Exhibition in 2012 and to help thousands of top executives from all sectors of the air cargo supply chain around the world to celebrate 50 year Read More »

Premium Article  IKEA’s DC in Savannah a sign of things to come

Karen Thuermer | January 06, 2008 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals | Transport Intermediaries

Atlanta’s “Designing Women” and other consumers in the US South with an eye for functional, well designed household products take note. IKEA has opened a distribution center in Savannah, Georgia that will funnel goods to its stores throughout the US Southeast. Read More »

Premium Article  Asian companies add to Georgia’s trade mix

Karen Thuermer | January 06, 2008 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

With $1.1 billion in exports to China last in 2006, this soaring dragon has become Georgia’s third largest export destination, up from sixth in 2005. Trade to and from China flowing to Georgia through Atlanta, Brunswick and Savannah totaled $12.1 billion Read More »

Premium Article  Georgia Ports well poised for growth in 2008

Karen Thuermer | January 06, 2008 | Ports & Terminals

With more all water service coming to North America’s East Coast, ports up and down the Eastern seaboard are expanding facilities to attract and accommodate larger ships. Today Georgia’s Port of Savannah boasts the largest single container facility in all Read More »

Premium Article  UASC nearly doubles box totals with boost from SINA service call to Savannah

George Lauriat | January 06, 2008 | International Trade | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals

Dr. Anil Vitrarana, President of New Jersey-based United Arab Shipping Company Agencies, has a fondness for the Georgia Ports Authority’s, Port of Savannah. After all, UASC (United Arab Shipping Company) has been calling at the port for a quarter of a cen Read More »

EPA proposes more stringent emission standards for marine diesel engines on oceangoing vessels

AJOT | January 06, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM), proposing to establish new limits on emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur oxides (SOx), and particulate matter (PM) from Category 3 marine comp Read More »

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