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Northland selects Horizon to replace legacy control systems

AJOT | January 25, 2007 | Liner Shipping

Horizon Services Group, the technology research and development subsidiary of Horizon Lines, Inc., has signed an agreement with Northland Services, Inc. to replace their legacy systems and to provide a new equipment management system. Read More »

MECL1 and MECL2 service enhancements

AJOT | January 25, 2007 | Liner Shipping

As part of Maersk Line's ongoing efforts to better serve customers, they have announced service enhancements between North America and the Middle East, India, and Pakistan. Read More »

Premium Article  AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND & OCEAN TRADE 2007 - Australian food producers respond well to globalization

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | Air Cargo

Globalization is challenging Australia's food industry, but has also opened up new export markets with strong potential, according to a new report released by an Australian government agency last month. One of the reports’ key findings is that, despite in Read More »

Oakland applauds governor’s commitment infrastructure

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

The Port of Oakland applauded the release of Governor Schwarzenegger's Goods Movement Action Plan (GMAP), which recognizes the importance of goods movement infrastructure as a vital component of California's economy. Read More »

Port of Vancouver, USA welcomes M/V ARNEBORG on maiden voyage

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

Port of Vancouver, USA welcomed the M/V Arneborg, captained by Jacob J. Potze from The Netherlands, on her maiden voyage to Vancouver, Washington, on January 2, 2007. The M/V Arneborg is owned by Wagenborg Shipping of The Netherlands, operated by BBC Cha Read More »

PRPA renews successful Intermodal Incentive Program

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

James T. McDermott, Jr., Executive Director of the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority (PRPA) announced that the PRPA Board of Directors recently renewed the authority's successful Intermodal Incentive Program and also improved the program in key areas. Read More »

Marine Terminals Corp. opens US Gulf operation

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

With the first phase of Houston's new Bayport container terminal coming on stream in January, Marine Terminals Corp. and CMA CGM have formed Terminal Link Texas, a new joint venture to provide services at Phase I of the new facility. The new company will Read More »

OOIL completes sale of terminals

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | Breakbulk & Projects

Orient Overseas (International) Limited (OOIL) announced that it has completed the sale of three of the four terminals within the Terminals Division to Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board. These terminals are Deltaport and Vanterm terminals in the Port o Read More »

RoadLink USA acquires Transus Intermodal

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | Intermodal

RoadLink USA, Inc., the premier North American provider of intermodal trucking and related logistics services, announced that it has acquired Transus Intermodal, LLC, a leading provider of intermodal trucking services in the southern United States. Read More »

ITI taps three new members for Board of Directors

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | Intermodal

The Intermodal Transportation Institute (ITI) at the University of Denver has named three new members to its Board of Directors. This strong, effective 50-member board consists of executives and leaders of intermodalism from both the freight and the passe Read More »

EU lifts special controls for US corn

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | International Trade

European Union biotech experts agreed to end checks on imported US corn for an illegal biotech strain, almost two years after having launched the special measures. Experts said it's been more than a year since US corn tested positive for an illegal insect Read More »

US proposes lifting ban on Canadian cattle

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | International Trade

The US Department of Agriculture has proposed lifting its ban on the import of cheaper cattle from Canada, despite Canada's discovery of eight cases of mad cow disease since 2003, including five in 2006 alone, the Chicago Tribune reported. Read More »

Japan may scale back inspection of US beef

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | International Trade

The Japanese government indicated it may end the current practice of inspecting all boxes of beef imports from the US over fears of mad-cow disease, Kyodo reported. Read More »

Tech deal signed as Canada re-engages China

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | International Trade

Canadian Trade Minister David Emerson signed a technology deal with China, on a visit aimed at reinvigorating relations with the Asian superpower that have been dented by Canada's blunt talk on human rights. Read More »

Air New Zealand/Qantas hold strong to US and worldwide markets

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | Air Cargo

China may be the big focus for air carriers these days, yet Australia and New Zealand are proven niche markets for Qantas and Air New Zealand. These carriers continue to expand services, upgrade fleets, and expand global reach. Read More »

AA push on Ireland-Mexico business

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | Air Cargo

IAM, Ireland's largest cargo GSSA, is staging a new drive for traffic to Mexico, following the recent signing of an interline agreement between its principal American Airlines (AA) and freighter operator Aerounion. Read More »

Emirates joins DHL Strategic Air Cargo Partnership

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | Air Cargo

Emirates Group Security and DHL Global Forwarding have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in Strategic Air Cargo Security Partnership, a DHL Global Forwarding initiative. Read More »

Maersk Line upgrades Asia - Europe services

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | Liner Shipping

The new Asia - Europe network is a result of the ongoing review of Maersk Line's global network. "Together with our customers we regularly review our services, amongst others due to new and changing trading patterns and an ever increasing global trade. Th Read More »

NYK acquires all shares of Ceres Container Term. Europe B.V.

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | Liner Shipping

Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) acquired all the shares of Ceres Container Terminals Europe B.V., which manages container terminal operations in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and thus made that company a 100% subsidiary of NYK. Read More »

Horizon Lines elects former Secretary Mineta to Board

AJOT | January 21, 2007 | Liner Shipping

Horizon Lines, Inc. announced that its Board of Directors has voted to elect former US Secretary of Transportation Norman Y. Mineta to the Board effective January 1, 2007. Mr. Mineta fills a vacancy created by the resignation from the Horizon Lines Board Read More »

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