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Port of Oakland to establish office In China

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

Whether it's sponsoring a conference on doing business with China, developing new ties with ports in Viet Nam or Morocco, hosting a delegation from Japan, or sponsoring an investment seminar about opportunities in Indonesia, the Port of Oakland is steppin Read More »

Panama Canal Authority announces FY2006 Second Quarter metrics

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) announced second quarter (Q2) operational metrics for fiscal year 2006. During Q2, there was an increase in net tonnage, total transits and transits of Panamax vessels. Additionally, there was a decrease in official accide Read More »

Supervalu delivers innovation in global grocery trade

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Breakbulk & Projects

From Argentinean olive oil to tuna from Thailand, Supervalu International brings the flavors of the world to the local grocery store ' whether it's the corner market or the super-store ' in nearly any spot on the globe. What started out in 1985 at the for Read More »

Weber Distribution signs 3-year contract with Welch’s

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Transport Intermediaries

Welch's, a leading producer of juices, jams and jellies, has signed a three-year contract with Weber Distribution, a leading logistics and supply chain management provider, to serve as its West Coast distribution center, effectively immediately. Read More »

DHL named primary provider for Wild Flavors

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Transport Intermediaries

DHL announced a new agreement with WILD Flavors, the largest privately held manufacturer of flavorings and ingredients for beverages and food products, to serve as the company's primary express and ground parcel shipping provider. Under the new two-year a Read More »

ARGO Tracker to monitor perishables for Jetstream Freight Forwarding

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Transport Intermediaries

RGO Tracker Corp. announced that its real-time asset tracking system is helping to ensure the timely and quality delivery of roughly four million pounds of cherries this season for Jetstream Freight Forwarding, Inc., a company specializing in the time-sen Read More »

KCS new, daily, dedicated international intermodal corridor train Service

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Intermodal

Kansas City Southern (KCS) announced that its subsidiaries, Kansas City Southern de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. (KCSM) and The Kansas City Southern Railway Company (KCSR) will provide a new, daily service from Lazaro Cardenas, San Luis Potosi and Monterrey, Mexi Read More »

BNSF and Musket to provide safe, cost-effective, fast ethanol distribution

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Intermodal

A new turn-key solution to deliver enough ethanol to supply the daily needs of the Dallas/Fort Worth market was announced today by BNSF Railway Company (BNSF) and Musket Corporation, a privately owned petroleum and petroleum products wholesaler. Read More »

Con-way closes domestic air forwarding operation

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Intermodal

Con-way Inc. announced that it has discontinued the operations of its domestic air freight forwarding subsidiary Con-way Forwarding. Read More »

EU’s Mandelson lauds Beijing bootleg bazaar deal

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | International Trade

European Union Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson praised an agreement aimed at Beijing's notorious Silk Street market as an advance in efforts to stamp out China's widespread faking of luxury brands. Read More »

Africa needs US textile law change this year

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | International Trade

African countries badly need US congressional action this year to allow them to continue exporting clothing to United States under a duty-free program, a top Kenyan official said. Read More »

Vietnam and US sign groundbreaking trade deal

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | International Trade

Cavico Corporation, a Vietnamese company working in the fields of infrastructure development, including the construction of hydropower facilities, dams, bridges, roads and urban buildings throughout Vietnam and the Pacific Rim, commented today on the new, Read More »

US air exports, domestic ground parcel set records in 2005

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Air Cargo

US air exports shattered all-time records in 2005 for shipments, revenue and tonnage, reflecting a resilient global economy, the residual impact of a weak US dollar and airfreight's importance in optimizing global supply chain performance and driving down Read More »

TSA issues new air cargo rule

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Air Cargo

he air cargo industry provided a mixed reaction to the first significant changes to air cargo security rules since 1999. The Transportation Security Administration announced its Air Cargo Final Rule in mid-May. Read More »

Korean Air adds freighter service to Seattle

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Air Cargo

Seattle houses the Boeing production line as well as the headquarters of Microsoft and Starbucks. Various industries such as vessel and automobile production are also well-developed so the Seattle air cargo market has great growth potential. Moreover, its Read More »

Emirates SkyCargo passes $1 billion-1 million ton record mark

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Air Cargo

Emirates SkyCargo has announced that it has met a record achievement of over $1 billion in revenue and 1 million tons of cargo with the announcement of this year's annual financial results for 2005-06 fiscal year. Read More »

In full bloom

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Air Cargo

Houston Airport System

Seven years ago, a single kitchen and unflinching determination were the epitome of Celene Pe'a's business.

A wife and mother of three, the Mexico-native had arrived in the country six years earlier with a drea Read More »

CMA CGM signs 15-year agreement with Georgia

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Liner Shipping

Doug J. Marchand, executive director of the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA), announced today the signing of a major new agreement between CMA CGM, one of the world's fastest growing shipping lines, and the Port of Savannah. Read More »

Longshore Union says Maersk cleaner air efforts good first step, but much more needed

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Liner Shipping

The International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) hailed Maersk Line's recent cleaner air efforts by switching to less-toxic, lower-sulfur fuels in all of its ships calling at California ports, but said much more still needs to be done to save lives Read More »

Troy Container Line more than doubles staff

AJOT | June 11, 2006 | Liner Shipping

Shipping is thriving in Red Bank as Troy Container Line has more than doubled the size of its staff during the last three years, announced Owner and Chairman Michael Troy. In its 23rd year, Troy Container Line's remarkable growth has enabled it to dramati Read More »

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