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First CMA CGM 8,500-teu vessel enters Asia Europe Trade

AJOT | November 13, 2005 | Liner Shipping

CMA CGM is pleased to announce the upgrading of its FAL (French Asia Line) service connecting Asia to Europe. Read More »

TSA lines report continued shoreside, inland congestion

AJOT | November 13, 2005 | Liner Shipping

Asia cargo may be flowing more smoothly through West Coast port terminals than it did this time a year ago, but it still is not reaching US importers and retailers in a timely manner, according to container shipping lines operating in the trade. Read More »

CP Kanha named in Nhava Sheva Ceremony

AJOT | November 13, 2005 | Liner Shipping

CP Ships Limited welcomed into service the first of nine 4,250-teu containerships ordered two years ago. Read More »

Hurricane recovery makes Gulf port officials

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | Breakbulk & Projects

Port directors don't typically see themselves as "heroes," but that distinction is now being bestowed upon executives of US Gulf ports as they lead their facilities, and the cities they serve, back to operation following devastation wrought during an unpr Read More »

Port of Halifax welcomes first call from China Shipping

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | Breakbulk & Projects

On Saturday, October 3rd, China Shipping Container Lines' CSCL New York sailed into the South End Container Terminal on its inaugural visit to the Port of Halifax. Calling weekly in its new round-the-world service, China Shipping will have 10 - 4,200 teu Read More »

Port of Montreal sails towards another excellent year

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | Breakbulk & Projects

Total traffic handled at the Port of Montreal increased by 6.1%, or more than a million tons, to reach 18.2 million tons in the first nine months of this year. Read More »

Chassis pool idea advances as AAPA gathering focuses on sharing practical skills

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | Breakbulk & Projects

Of all the practical skills addressed by port officials of the Western Hemisphere who met Oct. 23-27 in Tampa for the 94th annual convention of the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA), the most important one might just be the ability to cooper Read More »

Cargosmart celebrates fifth anniversary

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | Transport Intermediaries

CargoSmart Limited announced that it is celebrating its fifth anniversary. Currently, over 30,000 members from over 12,000 organizations actively use CargoSmart's open platform to connect to their ocean carriers and access consolidated shipment informatio Read More »

Evian North America selects GT Nexus

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | Transport Intermediaries

GT Nexus announced today an agreement with Evian North America to provide hosted software and information management services for a strategic initiative to improve global supply chain operations. Read More »

Mullen files first electronic truck manifest with Oceanwide

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | Transport Intermediaries

Oceanwide Inc. has announced the successful transmission of electronic truck manifest information to the CBP's ACE system on behalf of Mullen Trucking, on October 6th. Read More »

RailAmerica Posts Q/3 results

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | Intermodal

RailAmerica, Inc. reported third quarter 2005 earnings from continuing operations of $7.7 million, or $0.20 per diluted share, compared to a loss of $30.6 million in the 2004 comparable quarter. The 2005 results include a $2.3 million charge ($1.6 million Read More »

Staggers was right for railroads

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | Intermodal

This month, North America's freight railroads celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Staggers Rail Act of 1980 and its pivotal role in creating an environment that has benefited consumers, rail customers and the industry. Read More »

Filling northbound empties crucial to Puerto Rico trade

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | International Trade

Filling vast unused northbound capacity is critical to the future of Puerto Rico trade, according to executives of ocean carriers serving the island commonwealth. Read More »

East Asia resilient to year’s shocks, growing at six percent

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | International Trade

Emerging East Asia grew at just over six percent in 2005 as the region's economies countered a series of threats, including rising oil prices and interest rates, the high-tech slowdown, and the end of preferential export quotas for garments, according to Read More »

NCBFAA urges long-term renewal, caution in addressing GSP

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | International Trade

In an Oct. 28 letter to the Office of US Trade Representative, Federico Zuniga, President of the National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America, Inc. (NCBFAA) urged the "timely and long-term renewal of GSP [Generalized System of Preference Read More »

Sugar woes bring sweet boost to Idaho beet farmers

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | International Trade

Hurricane damage to Southern sugar cane, fewer nationwide acres planted to sugar beets, and a poor beet harvest in the Midwest means Idaho sugar beet producers stand to reap higher prices for their crop, industry experts said. Read More »

DHL prepares for worldwide shipments of Beaujolais Nouveau 2005

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | Air Cargo

DHL has mobilized DHL Danzas Air & Ocean (DDAO), its air and ocean forwarding business unit, to ensure that millions of bottles of Beaujolais Nouveau 2005 make their time-critical midnight November 17 consumption release deadline. Read More »

Dnata Cargo shores up relief flights

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | Air Cargo

Dnata Cargo, the cargo handling operator at Dubai's air cargo terminals, is doing its bit to assist relief flights from Dubai carrying humanitarian aid to Pakistan. Read More »

IATA launches revolution in air cargo

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | Air Cargo

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) kick-started IATA e-freight, the cargo component of the association's Simplifying the Business initiative. The IATA e-freight programme's target is for paperless cargo processing by 2010, saving US$1.2 bi Read More »

ITS launches Advent terminal management system

AJOT | November 06, 2005 | Liner Shipping

Advent has announced the successful launch of a new central terminal management system for the International Transportation Services (ITS) Long Beach, California container terminal. Read More »

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