Page 1151 of 1218 pages ‹ First  < 1149 1150 1151 1152 1153 >  Last ›

ZIM announces new Portland, OR container service

AJOT | March 19, 2006 | Liner Shipping

Oregon, Washington and Idaho businesses involved in international trade are celebrating the announcement by ZIM American Integrated Shipping Services Company that it will reroute their Asia-Mediterranean-Pacific (AMP) ocean container service beginning wit Read More »

Container lines see no slowdown in the 2006 Asia-US market

AJOT | March 19, 2006 | Liner Shipping

High post-Lunar New Year utilization, a growing US economy, infrastructure constraints and rising operating costs all suggest upward pressure on freight rates for the year. Read More »

Econocaribe announces weekly LCL to Ecuador from Northeast US

AJOT | March 19, 2006 | Liner Shipping

Econocaribe is pleased to announce the commencement of their LCL consolidation service sailing direct from Newark to Guyaquil, Ecuador. Service will be weekly with a 9-day transit. Read More »

Premium Article  INTL FREIGHT FORWARDING & NVOCC REVIEW 2006 - Kansas City freight forwarders

Gene Linn | March 12, 2006 | Transport Intermediaries

Freight forwarders in the logistically important Kansas City area are prospering, and stand to gain even more in coming years, according to two prominent local forwarders. In part, Kansas City forwarders are swept up in the on-going surge of international Read More »

Premium Article  INTL FREIGHT FORWARDING & NVOCC REVIEW 2006 - Hong Kong-based BALtrans

Karen Thuermer | March 12, 2006 | Transport Intermediaries

BALtrans Group, founded in 1982, is one of the largest Asia-based freight forwarding and logistics companies with an international network spanning all key markets in Asia, North America, the United Kingdom, Germany, and the Netherlands. In fact, in Septe Read More »

Port of Long Beach enjoys record January numbers

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

In a strong start to the new year, marine terminals at the Port of Long Beach moved the equivalent of 579,455 twenty-foot-long container units in January, a 13.7% jump over the same month a year ago. Read More »

President’s decision ‘unchanged’ on Dubai ports deal

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

President George W. Bush, who has threatened to veto legislation blocking the Dubai ports deal, has not changed his position, the White House said on March 9. Read More »

Jacksonville celebrates Sea Star Line’s El Faro

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

On March 4, to commemorate the entry of a third ship in Sea Star's US-Puerto Rico rotation, more than 250 people came to the Jacksonville Port Authority's (JAXPORT) Dames Point cruise terminal for a Saturday morning event that began with mimosa and bloody Read More »

REZ-1 prepares to take the plunge

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | Intermodal

REZ-1 didn't invent real-time tracking, billing and collection. But company certainly revolutionized how the domestic rail industry manages its intermodal assets. This Fall, REZ-1 will offer free trials to ocean carriers. Will the REZ-1 system transform t Read More »

NOL wins approval ‘in principle’ for India railroad joint venture

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | Intermodal

Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) announced that its new joint venture company has received approval 'in principle' from the government of India to provide freight rail services in India. Read More »

A post- 9/11 carrier environment

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | Intermodal

The events of 9/11 have forever changed the ways in which border security is managed. Border crossings now have increased security measures to monitor goods trucked across them, especially between the US and Canada. With increased security comes new costs Read More »

US Sugar implements RMI RailConnect(r) Transportation Management System

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | Intermodal

RMI, the largest independent provider of accurate, reliable, comprehensive and secure rail information services to the transportation industry, announced the implementation of its RailConnect(r) Transportation Management System (TMS) service with United S Read More »

US-UAE postpone free trade talks amid ports row

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | International Trade

The United States and United Arab Emirates have postponed free trade talks set for this week, the US Trade Representative's office said. The announcement came one day after state-owned Dubai Ports World, facing intense US political opposition, said it wou Read More »

PA NY/NJ sets cargo record for 2005;

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | International Trade

International cargo volumes in the Port of New York and New Jersey hit record levels in 2005, New Jersey Governor Jon S. Corzine, Port Authority Chairman Anthony R. Coscia and Port Authority Vice Chairman Charles A. Gargano said as they revealed new port Read More »

US, Malaysia launch free trade talks

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | International Trade

The United States launched free trade negotiations with Malaysia last week, seeking to build on an existing pact with Singapore and boost its economic ties in the strategically important Southeast Asian region. Read More »

Foreign investment crucial for China

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | International Trade

Foreign investment is crucial for China to push ahead with market-oriented reforms and job creation, a senior economist with the Commerce Ministry said, weighing into a sharp debate over the pace of reform. Read More »

US seeks resumption of beef imports to Japan

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | International Trade

US Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns said he intends to seek Japan's early resumption of US beef imports when he meets his Japanese counterpart Shoichi Nakagawa in London. Read More »

Trammell Crow opens new DFW International Air CargoCentreT III and . . .

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | Air Cargo

Trammell Crow Company is pleased to announce the grand opening of its 35 acre master planned air cargo project in the West Cargo Area of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. This project includes the Trammell Crow Company International Air CargoCentr Read More »

Indianapolis welcomes new international air cargo service

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | Air Cargo

Indianapolis International Airport's first regularly scheduled international air cargo flight not only is a boost to the city's growing life sciences initiative, but also promises to strengthen the city's position as one of the nation's top logistics and Read More »

Freight traffic recovers; Strong passenger growth in January

AJOT | March 12, 2006 | Air Cargo

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released January traffic results showing that international passenger traffic for the month grew by 6.2% over the same month in 2005. International freight traffic, bolstered by renewed strength in the g Read More »

Page 1151 of 1218 pages ‹ First  < 1149 1150 1151 1152 1153 >  Last ›