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SCI Philadelphia to award ‘Spirit of the Port Award’ to Uwe Schulz for contributions to . . .

AJOT | February 12, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects

Uwe Schulz, who has been active in the Delaware River maritime community for some 35 years, will be honored with the Spirit of the Port award by the Seamen's Church Institute of Philadelphia and South Jersey at a industry-wide luncheon on April 10, 2008. Read More »

Carmichael Conference addresses future of American transportation

AJOT | February 12, 2008 | International Trade

A two-day conference named in honor of Gil Carmichael, Senior Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Intermodal Transportation Institute at the University of Denver, was sponsored by the Boston-based National Corridors Initiative on January 28-29. The Read More »

Schneider National Intermodal names primary rail providers

AJOT | February 12, 2008 | International Trade

Schneider National, Inc., a premier provider of transportation, logistics and intermodal services, announced today that it is consolidating its network of primary rail providers and simplifying its container/trailer pool operations to further enhance its Read More »

Cars on the fast track thanks to Emirates SkyCargo

AJOT | February 12, 2008 | Air Cargo

Emirates SkyCargo will be watching this weekend's GP2 and Speedcars Asia Series race with a great sense of pride. Earlier this week the cargo arm of Emirates Airline transported the last of the 26 GP2 cars, 20 Speedcars and all of their spare parts from D Read More »

Vessel and personnel shortages changing the dynamic of today’s project cargo market

AJOT | February 12, 2008 | Liner Shipping

The skyrocketing costs of energy, and shortages of specialized vessels, equipment and experienced personnel are key factors behind the rising costs of project cargo transport these days. However, says Michael Ruediger, Project Chartering Director in the H Read More »

Paper rolls into the Port of Baltimore

AJOT | February 11, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects

The Maryland Port Administration (MPA) announced today that Myllykoski (MILL-UH-KOSS-KEE), a family-owned international paper company headquartered in Europe, has begun bringing rolled paper into the Port of Baltimore as part of a new annual contract. The Read More »

DHL’s in full bloom this Valentine’s Day

AJOT | February 11, 2008 | Transport Intermediaries

DHL is exporting an estimated 15 million fresh cut flowers from Latin America this Valentine's Day season, for delivery to customers in the US and around the world. A combination of roses, carnations, tropical flowers and greens originating from Colombia, Read More »

Teamsters ratify five-year contract with YRC Worldwide Carriers

AJOT | February 11, 2008 | Intermodal

YRC Worldwide announced that the International Brotherhood of Teamsters has informed the Company that it has ratified a new five-year labor contract. This agreement covers about 50,000 dockworkers, drivers and certain other union employees of Yellow Trans Read More »

AIIS: US trade laws are broken

AJOT | February 11, 2008 | International Trade

The American Institute for International Steel (AIIS) responded to a Department of Commerce (DOC) announcement of the preliminary subsidy margins for an administrative review on hot rolled coil from India. DOC calculated the rate for JSW Steel Limited to Read More »

AA Cargo announces expanded guarantee on Expeditefs

AJOT | February 11, 2008 | Air Cargo

American Airlines Cargo Division (AA Cargo) announced that it is expanding the Expeditefs product guarantee to include its truck feeder service. Expeditefs, American's express freight product, provides a 97% service reliability metric and a 100 percent fl Read More »

Air France Cargo chooses Traxon for global quality control

AJOT | February 11, 2008 | Air Cargo

Air France Cargo, one of the world's leading cargo carriers, said it will use Traxon Europe's Cargo Data Management Portal or CDMP, to monitor and optimize all of its global air freight shipments. Read More »

Diana Shipping, Inc. long-term contract for MV Alcyon with Cargill

AJOT | February 11, 2008 | Liner Shipping

Diana Shipping, Inc., a global shipping company specializing in the transportation of dry bulk cargoes, announced that it has entered into a time charter contract with Cargill International S.A., Geneva, for one of its Panamax dry bulk carriers, the Alcyo Read More »

Asia-US guaranteed delivery from APL

AJOT | February 11, 2008 | Liner Shipping

APL Logistics, which co-developed day-definite, less-than-containerload (LCL) cargo delivery, introduced its latest freight transportation breakthrough ' guaranteed delivery of full containerloads from Asia to virtually any destination in the US. Read More »

Premium Article  Florida Atlantic seaports enhance infrastructures

Paul Scott Abbott | February 10, 2008 | Ports & Terminals

nfrastructure projects are abounding at deepwater seaports along Florida’s Atlantic Coast as port officials hope to be ready to handle substantial growth in trade, including greater trans-Pacific volumes associated with Panama Canal expansion. Read More »

Premium Article  Shallow-draft river port is overcoming obstacles

Paul Scott Abbott | February 10, 2008 | Ports & Terminals

Maintaining the flow of international waterborne commerce along the Miami River seems to be a constant struggle. Nonetheless, buoyed by recent favorable legal decisions and the resumption of dredging, maritime interests along the river are remaining encou Read More »

Premium Article  Eyeing short-sea shipping, Canaveral adds box trade

Paul Scott Abbott | February 10, 2008 | Ports & Terminals

For several years, officials of Port Canaveral have been proponents of short-sea shipping, and, thanks to recent occurrences at the Central Florida port, that vision is coming closer to reality. Read More »

Premium Article  Florida looks to benefit from canal’s expansion

Paul Scott Abbott | February 10, 2008 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

Much of the current infrastructure growth at Florida seaports can be attributed to the expansion of the Panama Canal that is now under way, but concerns remain that ports, channels and inland transportation won’t be prepared for the trade boom after the c Read More »

Premium Article  Ports along Florida’s Gulf augment their facilities

Paul Scott Abbott | February 10, 2008 | Ports & Terminals

Enhanced container-handling capabilities are among the priorities at Gulf of Mexico ports of Florida, which look to derive both direct and indirect benefits from the expansion of the Panama Canal. Read More »

Port of Savannah posts 20.6% increase in containers for ‘07

AJOT | February 10, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects

The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) announced at its Board Meeting held in Atlanta more than 2.6 million teus (Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit containers) were handled through the Port of Savannah in calendar year 2007, which represents a 20.6% increase and a n Read More »

New Orleans selects firm for riverfront cold storage facility

AJOT | February 10, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects

A top priority for the Port of New Orleans moved closer to reality, as the Board of Commissioners selected a firm for the engineering and design phase of the Port's new Riverfront Cold Storage Processing Facility project. Read More »

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