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Choosing the right freight forwarder

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Transport Intermediaries

Choosing the right freight forwarder to support your transportation efforts to the next city or the next continent never has been more critical than during the current crippling recession--despite the fact that it may be abating. Selecting the correct fo Read More »

FedEx expands freight forwarding presence globally

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Transport Intermediaries

FedEx Trade Networks, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp., announced its expanded global presence with new freight forwarding offices in Asia and Latin America. Read More »

WWPC appoints Royal Cargo Combined Logistics Inc. in The Philippines

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Transport Intermediaries

With immediate effect the leading project cargo forwarder in The Philippines, Royal Cargo Combined Logistics Inc, is appointed as exclusive member for the WWPC. Read More »

Preliminary July heavy truck orders show continued improvement

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Intermodal

FTR Associates has released preliminary data showing Class 8 total net orders for all major North American OEM's totaling 9002 units in July 2009, an increase of 9.6% over June. This is the second straight monthly improvement, coming on the heels of June' Read More »

Frozen Food Express Industries, Inc. names Worthington VP Enterprise Sales

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Intermodal

Frozen Food Express Industries, Inc. announced that Phil Worthington has joined the company as Vice President of Enterprise Sales. Read More »

Olympic Handling moves in new direction

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Air Cargo

The Olympic Airways Group was acquired by the Athens based Marfin Investment Group. Savas Aslanidis, who recently took over as Cargo Operations Director of Olympic Handling, previously held a similar position at Goldair Handling. The top priorities during Read More »

Dusseldorf increases tonnage

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Air Cargo

Cargo tonnage January to June, rose by 4.2%, an encouraging upward trend in the present slow down. This increase is thanks to continued healthy passenger traffic coupled with the attraction of D'sseldorf as a convenient and efficient distribution hub for Read More »

Cargo 2000 appoints Lafleur as Technical Director

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Air Cargo

Cargo 2000 has appointed Thorsten Lafleur as Technical Director with responsibility for the global development, maintenance, and industry-wide adoption of the overall business process and standards of the Cargo 2000 project. Read More »

TCC wins Air Namibia

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Air Cargo

Johannesburg-based GSSA The Cargo Connection (TCC) ' the South African member of the EGSAC network - has won the contract to represent Air Namibia throughout South Africa. Read More »

Hactl announces July tonnage throughput

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Air Cargo

Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl) announced its air cargo tonnage throughput for July 2009. A total of 201,157 tons were handled in the month, representing a relatively mild year-on-year decline of 8.4% compared with that in previous months. C Read More »

Airspace joins EGSAC

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Air Cargo

EGSAC ' the independent cargo GSSA network ' has appointed Airspace Aviation Solutions as its exclusive UK member. Read More »

Aeroflot-Cargo continues business as usual

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Air Cargo

Aeroflot-Cargo reports stable results which are similar to the last year volumes of the freight uplifted in July 2009. Aeroflot-Cargo met this year budget targets that were revised in May 2009 to consider world economy crisis situation. Read More »

Towne Air Freight acquires Texas Land and Air

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Air Cargo

Towne Air Freight (Towne) announced that the company has acquired Texas Land and Air (TXLA) further expanding Towne's air and ocean freight trucking operation. Read More »

National Air Cargo adds flights from Sharjah to Hahn, Germany

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Air Cargo

National Air Cargo announced that it would extend its weekly DC 8 cargo aircraft from Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (U.A.E), to Hahn, Germany before returning back to the United States. The flight will specialize in space available, preferred and priority Read More »

Chairman & CEO of ABS speaks before Lake Carriers’ Association and Canadian Shipowners Association

AJOT | August 13, 2009 | Liner Shipping

The following address was given by Robert Somerville, Chairman and CEO of the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), before the 73rd Annual International Joint Conference of Lake Carriers' Association and Canadian Shipowners Association in Cleveland August 12 Read More »

Premium Article  Is there a breakbulk breakout coming?

George Lauriat | August 09, 2009 | Breakbulk & Projects

In the United States the decline in industrial production is slowing, as is the fall in GDP. China’s GDP growth topped seven percent for the first half of 2009. Commodity prices are moving upward. Is this a false horizon or is a breakbulk breakout comi Read More »

Premium Article  Ore Else

George Lauriat | August 09, 2009 | International Trade

The CISA (China Iron and Steel Association) is in a bind. It’s trying to convince China’s host of smaller traders and mills to stop buying iron ore on the spot market during the negotiations with the big three foreign providers Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton and Read More »

Premium Article  Relocation of assets stimulating project cargo in Canada

Leo Ryan | August 09, 2009 | Breakbulk & Projects

While Canadian ports remain an active player for breakbulk project cargo activity related to Alberta oil sands, wind energy and other dimensional shipments, the global recession has provoked a significant change in some market trends.

- By Read More »

Premium Article  Despite tough times for Port of Baltimore, optimism reigns

Karen Thuermer | August 09, 2009 | Ports & Terminals

Keep your eye on the prize. For the Port of Baltimore, that could be a motto to adopt while transitioning from this era of super tight budgets to opportunities in the future. That said, Maryland Port Administration (MPA) officials see great potential for Read More »

Premium Article  Slowdown in auto trade at Baltimore might offer advantages

Karen Thuermer | August 09, 2009 | Ports & Terminals

If you live on the Eastern Seaboard and you are driving an imported car, odds are good that it entered the United States via the Port of Baltimore.

- By Karen E. Thuermer, AJOT Read More »

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