Maersk boosts Wetherell to Global Chief of Air Freight Forwarding
Maersk boosts Wetherell to Global Chief of Air Freight Forwarding, advances Mayhew to lead No. America region
A U.S.-owned company, Renewable Strategy, provides critical marine coordination and safety services
Often overlooked as a key service, Marine Coordination Centers serve as the critical value-added service in the construction of offshore wind farms.
Wan Hai exec says Port of Oakland has growth potential & challenges
The Port of Oakland has the potential to grow as a port, especially with agricultural exports if it fast-tracks new investments in transloading, refrigeration, rail services and a turning basin widening, according to Andrew Hwang, Director of Transpacific Export and Government Affairs, Wan Hai Lines.
U.S. ports should support national cyber security standards
While the pioneering efforts by the Port of Los Angeles establishing cyber security protections was cited by the U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor, Port of Los Angeles Executive Director, Eugene Seroka, says national cyber-security protocols are needed to protect all U.S. ports from cyber-attacks.
Norway’s Crown Prince urges Norway & California collaboration on offshore wind
Norway’s Crown Prince Haakon urged collaboration between Norway and California on offshore wind development as well as … the transition to green technologies in remarks made at the U.S. Norway Business Summit that took place in San Francisco on April 15th.
Rescue crews find fourth body of Baltimore bridge collapse as FBI opens investigation

Recovery divers removing debris from the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore on the Patapsco River on April 15 have recovered the body of the fourth bridge worker who died early on the morning of March 26 when a container ship hit the bridge in the pre-dawn hours.
Q&A: Mazaudier, CEO of CMA CGM Air Cargo on airfreight business
French ocean shipping giant CMA CGM's entry into airfreight, with the creation of a new airline, coincided with exceptional market conditions in the segment, with rates reaching historic highs during the COVID pandemic, amid the chaos that hit global supply chains.
Charging ahead: Electric trucks are here to stay
Charging infrastructure gains momentum. A dearth of charging infrastructure has often been cited as a major obstacle in convincing truck manufacturers to ramp up the production of zero-emission, electrically powered heavy-duty vehicles (eHDV)...
Do ocean carriers have a future in airfreight?
Container ocean carriers have moved into air freight. Is it a flight of fancy or a long-term strategy?
AJOT book review:  “A History of Greek-Owned Shipping”
The Making of an International Tramp Fleet, 1830 to the Present Day” by Gelina Harlaftis (1996)...

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