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Beyond the bridge

George Lauriat | June 17, 2024 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

An Interview with Jonathan Daniels, Executive Director, Port of Baltimore
Tradepoint Atlantic’s multimodal global logistics hub shows supply chain resilience

AJOT Administrator | June 17, 2024 | Maritime | Breakbulk News

Baltimore-based Tradepoint Atlantic (TPA) in less than a decade developed into a major multimodal global logistics hub.
AMPORTS’ Kachroo takes a different route on auto logistics

George Lauriat | June 17, 2024 | Maritime | Breakbulk News

AMPORTS new CEO Vee Kachroo has put the 60-year old auto processor on a new route in working with OEMs, railroads, ports and other supply chain partners.
Some easing of congestion at European ‘auto’ ports

Stuart Todd | June 17, 2024 | Maritime | Breakbulk News

There’s a traffic jam at Europe’s auto ports as Chinese EVs plug up the auto supply chain. But the good news is that it now may be easing.
Technology advances growth in transportation

AJOT | June 17, 2024 | Logistics

While current digital technology offers added convenience and security for companies like PortCity Logistics, there is still more that can be done, according to CEO Eric Howell.
PortCity Logistics: Delivering much more than freight

AJOT | June 17, 2024 | Logistics

Commitment to customers and growth prove keys to success for Georgia 3PL.
Industrial warehousing on the rise

Chris Barnett | June 17, 2024 | Logistics

Investing in warehousing is on the rise as the need for more space to support supply chain operations increases.
Pharma.Aero’s Van Gelder outlines the logistics challenges for pharma and life sciences

Stuart Todd | June 17, 2024 | Air Cargo | Technology | Logistics

In an interview with AJOT, Pharma.Aero’s Secretary General, Frank Van Gelder, highlighted the work of the platform and provided an insight into pharma logistics and the challenges it faces.
International air freight teeming with animals

AJOT | June 17, 2024 | Air Cargo | Freighters

Animal transport has come a long way from two-by-two loading and a wooden ark. These days much care is taken to get animals to their destination, from customized stalls to wide body cargo aircraft to temperature-controlled waiting rooms.
Descartes report reveals supply chain unpredictability

AJOT | June 17, 2024 | Ports & Terminals | Ports | By The Numbers

Descartes’ U.S. Ports Report explains why a down year wasn’t really a down year for U.S. ports.
AJOT’s Top 100 Container Ports – Ports in the age of disruptions

George Lauriat | June 17, 2024 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

In 2023 disruptions to the world’s great sea lanes and a slowdown in demand following the post-COVID boom throttled TEU throughput at many ports around the world. 2024, however, looks to be a stronger year for container ports.
Diverse range of activities keeping ports of Florida’s Gulf Coast busy

Paul Scott Abbott | May 30, 2024 | Maritime | Breakbulk News | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Discover the activities at Florida's Gulf ports beginning where the Gulf of Mexico meets Tampa Bay and progressing north and then westward along the Gulf of Mexico
2024 logistics digital tech trends

AJOT | May 20, 2024 | Shipping Technology

Learn how the expanding logistics technology market is driving digital transformation and enabling optimization across the entire supply chain.
Louisiana ports enhancing infrastructure to accommodate swelling cargo volumes

Paul Scott Abbott | May 20, 2024 | Maritime | Breakbulk News | Ports & Terminals | Ports

According to latest statistics from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisiana already is home to five of the busiest 12 of America’s ports as measured by total tonnage
Alabama, Mississippi deepwater ports bolstering channels, intermodal links

Paul Scott Abbott | May 20, 2024 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Ports of Alabama and Mississippi are pursuing enhanced intermodal connections and deeper channels to ease efficient movement of fast-growing cargo volumes.
Steel spikes

AJOT | May 16, 2024 | Maritime | Breakbulk News

Along with Dugan’s reported year-to-date and total tonnage statistics, there is another yearly increase in steel imports that can be directly attributed to Mother Nature. Dugan elaborated on how and why it occurs, and the annual benefits it creates.
Steel product imports forge ahead in Q1

AJOT | May 16, 2024 | Maritime | Breakbulk News

Increased breakbulk imports evidence higher demand for steel and steel-related products.
Lone Star State seaports investing heavily in projects to support increasing activity

Paul Scott Abbott | May 16, 2024 | Maritime | Breakbulk News | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Learn more on what's happening at the Texas Gulf ports starting just west of the Louisiana-Texas line and heading generally southwestward along the Gulf of Mexico, toward the U.S.-Mexico border
With a favorable wind, Carver Companies moving ahead

George Lauriat | April 23, 2024 | Project / Heavy Lift

The Carver Companies, based in Coeymans, New York, is located up the Hudson River, near Albany around 140 miles from New York City. And the company is very busy and busy in a lot of different ways.
Bad news and good news for New York’s offshore wind industry

Peter Buxbaum | April 23, 2024 | Project / Heavy Lift

One project was cancelled but others are going forward; redevelopment of the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal is a centerpiece.

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