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2014 Media Kit

Ports & Terminals

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Nautilus International Holding Corp. and Metro Ports move headquarters

AJOT | August 26, 2014 | Ports & Terminals

Nautilus International Holding Corp., along with its subsidiaries Metro Ports, Metro Cruise Services, Metro Shore Services and Metro Risk Management, is moving from its Wilmington, Calif., headquarters of more than 91 years into a new 40,000 square-foot building on 2.57 acres in Douglas Park in Long Beach, CA. Read More »

Nautilus International Holding Corp. and Metro Ports Move Headquarters

AJOT | August 26, 2014 | Ports & Terminals

Nautilus International Holding Corp., along with its subsidiaries Metro Ports, Metro Cruise Services, Metro Shore Services and Metro Risk Management, is moving from its Wilmington, Calif., headquarters of more than 91 years into a new 40,000 square-foot building on 2.57 acres in Douglas Park in Long Beach, Calif. Read More »

Premium Article  Eastern Canada ports map growth strategy

Leo Ryan | August 25, 2014 | Ports & Terminals

Eastern Canada ports map growth strategy

As in other regions of the world, cargo patterns at ports in Eastern Canada, from the tip of the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Coast, are determined by prevailing and anticipated economic conditions at home and at leading trading partners. The overall impact remains limited from such geopolitical developments as the deepening crisis between Russia and Ukraine and the intensifying strife in the Middle East. Read More »

Port San Antonio announces new President and CEO

AJOT | August 25, 2014 | Air Cargo | Ports & Terminals

Port San Antonio announces new President and CEO

Roland C. Mower has helped bring billions of dollars in business investment and supported the creation of thousands of Texas jobs. A business veteran who for more than 25 years has led efforts to attract and grow multi-million dollar industrial and advanced technology projects in Texas and elsewhere in the U.S. will be Port San Antonio’s next President and CEO. Read More »

JAXPORT welcomes the Höegh Jacksonville

AJOT | August 25, 2014 | Ports & Terminals

On Friday, Aug. 22, Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown joined executives from Höegh Autoliners and JAXPORT in welcoming the company’s newest auto ship, Höegh Jacksonville, for its inaugural visit to the city it was named after. The ship, named in tribute to the company’s busiest U.S. port, is the first of two sister vessels delivered to Höegh, each able to carry up to 6,500 vehicles. Read More »

Hamburg port businesses go for dialogue at port reception in St. Petersburg

AJOT | August 25, 2014 | Ports & Terminals

Hamburg and St. Petersburg have been partner cities since 1957, cultivating close economic, cultural, social and scientific contacts. Similarly, the ports of the two cities have maintained excellent economic links for decades. So even in a politically tense situation, Hamburg and St. Petersburg are going for dialogue and cooperation. Read More »

APM Terminals Virginia sale completed

AJOT | August 24, 2014 | Ports & Terminals

APM Terminals Virginia and a partnership comprising affiliates of investment funds managed by Alinda Capital Partners (Alinda) and Universities Superannuation Scheme Limited (USS) announced that all regulatory requirements and other conditions of their transaction have been satisfied. Read More »

Cuba struggles to attract investors despite reforms

Reuters | August 24, 2014 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

Cuba has yet to attract new foreign investors despite launching two major initiatives in the past year, a sign of the lingering caution over doing business with the communist government and its own hesitancy to follow through on free-market-style reforms. Read More »

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