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Issue #587

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Project Cargo / Heavy Lift Bi-Annial

South Carolina Ports

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2014 Media Kit

Ports & Terminals

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Premium Article  Nogales is a “Tough nut to crack” for imported Mexican produce

Karen Thuermer | October 14, 2007 | Ports & Terminals

Nogales means “walnuts” in Spanish, but to growers, shippers and importers it conjures up images of melons, tomatoes, citrus, peppers, squash and gourds, beans, grains, corn, tropical fruits, avocados, and even grapes and apples. That’s because Nogales is Read More »

Premium Article  BREAKBULK QUATERLY - Breakbulk cargo offers ports good niche business

Karen Thuermer | August 05, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects | Ports & Terminals

In the world of shipping, breakbulk commodities like rubber, lumber, steel and wood pulp that are shipped in units such as bundles, pallets or bins may not seem as glamorous as their containerized counterparts. Nevertheless, breakbulk is an important main Read More »

Premium Article  PORT EQUIPMENT & TECHNOLOGY - Tracking last-mile data

Peter Buxbaum | July 29, 2007 | Intermodal | International Trade | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals | Transport Intermediaries

In a project touted as the first of its kind, the Port of Oakland, the Bay Area World Trade Center, and several private sector concerns have joined together to inaugurate the Advanced Transport Communications System. The system, which was tested for sever Read More »

Premium Article  FOREST PRODUCTS 2007 - Pacific Northwest lumber industry overview

Leo Quigley | July 15, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects | Ports & Terminals

With the current slowdown in US domestic housing, American softwood producers are looking increasingly to export markets. According to a report by the Softwood Export Council, strong markets in Europe and Asia have given a lift to softwood lumber prices a Read More »

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