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Navis Smart launch at Navis 2019 in San Francisco
Navis, the Oakland, CA-based terminal operations software provider, announced a new product, 'Navis Smart,’ at the Navis 2019 conference taking place in San Francisco this week.
Sea level rise could threaten California cities and ports by 2040
A new U.S. report, using advanced analytic software, says waves and storm surges are gaining momentum from sea level rise and collectively pose a more immediate threat than was previously believed. The result could be serious damage to California coastal cities and ports by 2040.
Oil & Gas Industry Outlook
As offshore operators continue to work as part of an industry in transition, it is worth taking a moment and stepping back to ascertain the true scope of change that the sector has, and is still continuing to face.
Port leader Cernak, 63, dies
​U.S. port industry leader Steven M. Cernak is dead at age 63. ​Cernak died Saturday (March 16) following a courageous battle against cancer.
Malcolm Page, U.S. Chief of Olympic Sailing
Australian gold medalist uses best practices to train American sailors for 2020 Olympics…and is looking for help from U.S. maritime community.
Gulf region drayage grappling with exciting, complex times
A retail supply chain shift following Panama Canal expansion and the emergence of production of petrochemical resins for export are among factors presenting challenges for the container drayage business in the Gulf region, according to the head of a major Houston-based drayage provider.
SeaIntelligence’s Jensen on Low Sulphur Fuel Prices, Blockchain Security, Viability Of 18,000 Teu Ships, COSCO’s Growing Dominance
A noted container industry analyst says ocean carriers may pay $200 per ton more to meet new low sulphur fuel standards than they pay in 2019, but the increase will only be slightly higher than the bunker heavy fuel price paid in 2014.
Port of Long Beach’s Cordero says on dock rail and better chassis utilization key priorities
Port of Long Beach Executive Director Mario Cordero says that new on dock rail investment and better chassis utilization are two key priorities for the Port of Long Beach.
‘Woke’ retailers glean supply chain benefits
Concisely stated, that was a recurring theme as more than 1,800 leaders of retail companies and logistics providers gathered Feb. 24-27 in the Disney suburbia outside Orlando, Florida.
SEKO Logistics partnering to spur growth in cross-border e-commerce
​With its newly launched partnership with technology leader Easyship, SEKO Logistics is supporting the ability of e-commerce merchants to grow in cross-border markets.
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