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Poll: Trade Uncertainties Remain Key Concern for Importers, Exporters

AJOT | March 09, 2018 | International Trade

At BDP International’s 29th Annual Regulatory Compliance Seminar in Houston in late February, audience members who represented U.S. importers and exporters were polled for their perspectives on trade in today’s world, and the results were illuminating.

Maersk Line update on TP11 Maersk Shanghai voyage 803W

AJOT | March 09, 2018 | Maritime | Liner Shipping
NWSA: President Trump’s steel, aluminum tariffs pose significant regional economic consequences

AJOT | March 09, 2018 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

The Northwest Seaport Alliance, a joint venture between the ports of Tacoma and Seattle that operates the fourth-largest maritime shipping gateway in North America, raised concerns that new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum could lead to broad negative economic consequences for Washington state.
CBP Intercepts World’s Most-Destructive Pest in Passenger Baggage at Dulles, BWI Airports

AJOT | March 09, 2018 | International Trade

Trogoderma granarium, commonly known as Khapra beetle, is one of the world’s most destructive insect pests of stored grains, cereals and seeds, and it presents potentially crippling economic consequences to grain and cereal exporters such as the United States.
Logistics Plus Recognizes 2017 LTL Carriers of the Year

AJOT | March 09, 2018 | Logistics

Logistics Plus Inc., a leading worldwide provider of transportation, logistics and supply chain solutions, recently recognized two of its less-than-truckload (LTL) carriers - Ward Transport & Logistics and Dayton Freight - for superior results and performance in 2017.
SP Load Cells Integral to Floating Crane Software Package

AJOT | March 09, 2018 | Ports & Terminals | Equipment and Tech

Polish marine electronics integration specialist Navinord has installed a state-of-the-art software package that includes four Straightpoint (SP) load cells on a 440t capacity floating crane, which is currently based near the Third Millennium John Paul II Bridge spanning the Martwa Wisła River in Gdansk, Poland.
CMA CGM Group upgrades its offering between the Indian Sub-continent and Europe by enhancing its EPIC1 & EPIC2 services

AJOT | March 09, 2018 | Maritime | Liner Shipping

The CMA CGM Group, a world leader in maritime transport, is pleased to announce it is reinforcing its offer, starting 2 April 2018, from Indian Sub-Continent, in a partnership with HLC, MSC, COSCO and ONE.

Optimal transportation chain from door to door

AJOT | March 09, 2018 | Intermodal

CMA CGM FAK rates from Asia to the Mediterranean

AJOT | March 09, 2018 | Maritime | Liner Shipping

Stop Playing Politics with Gateway Funding

AJOT | March 09, 2018 | International Trade

Soybean Growers: Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Harm Farmers

AJOT | March 09, 2018 | International Trade
South Carolina Ports Authority, ZPMC Officials present crane model to local middle school

AJOT | March 09, 2018 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

On the heels of last week's arrival of two neo-Panamax cranes, today officials from South Carolina Ports Authority and Chinese crane manufacturer Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industry Co., Ltd. (ZPMC) presented a model of the new cranes to Laing Middle School.
Portof Virginia’s Fiscal Year Cargo Numbers Up

AJOT | March 09, 2018 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Despite a slight dip in volume of .7 percent in February, The Port of Virginia’s® fiscal year 2018 cargo volumes are up nearly 4 percent, or nearly 69,000 TEUs.

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