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Cold storage yields are big inducement for investors
Cold storage yields are big inducement for investors

Matt Miller | October 22, 2018 | Logistics

The cold storage business is hot and money is flowing into companies and warehouse development.

New technology in cold storage

Matt Miller | October 22, 2018 | Logistics

An interview with Fred Boehler, Americold Realty Trust
An interview with Fred Boehler, Americold Realty Trust

Matt Miller | October 22, 2018 | Logistics

In 2013, Fred Boehler joined Americold Realty Trust, the world’s largest owner of temperature-controlled warehouses, as executive vice president and chief operating officer, after years spent in logistics with the supermarket retailer Supervalu and the bookstore chain Borders.

NC’s Port of Wilmington productively handling record activity
NC’s Port of Wilmington productively handling record activity

Paul Scott Abbott | October 22, 2018 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Having swiftly recovered from Hurricane Florence, North Carolina’s Port of Wilmington is maintaining enviable efficiencies while handling record cargo flows through its enhanced facilities.

Top 20 Mediterranean Ports
Top 20 Mediterranean Ports

AJOT | October 22, 2018 | Ports & Terminals

List of the top ports in the Mediterranean

Trump trade war galvanizes Canadian lobster exports to China
Trump trade war galvanizes Canadian lobster exports to China

Leo Ryan | October 22, 2018 | International Trade

While tariffs pinch US lobster exports, Canada corners China crustacean market.

Mediterranean Ports 2018 – Growth but capacity issues
Mediterranean Ports 2018 – Growth but capacity issues

George Lauriat | October 22, 2018 | Ports & Terminals

The Mediterranean’s ports are posting strong numbers but capacity issues and changing trade patterns could alter growth prospects for some ports in the future.

Port of Charleston advancing efforts to accommodate still-bigger boxships
Port of Charleston advancing efforts to accommodate still-bigger boxships

Paul Scott Abbott | October 22, 2018 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

With record-shattering container volumes and advancement of enhancements to existing facilities and a deeper harbor plus development of new infrastructure, the South Carolina Ports Authority’s Port of Charleston is well-positioned to handle further gains in cargo flow on and off of still-larger containerships.

Can Latin America benefit from the US-China trade dispute?
Can Latin America benefit from the US-China trade dispute?

George Lauriat | October 08, 2018 | International Trade

Latin America is caught in the middle of the economic struggle between China and the United States. In a struggle between economic behemoths, smaller nations tend to get trampled but can Latin America (and others) profit from the U.S.-China Trade War?

Auto parts suppliers already experiencing disruption from tariffs
Auto parts suppliers already experiencing disruption from tariffs

Matt Miller | October 08, 2018 | Logistics

Auto parts represent a significant part of the $200 billion worth of Chinese goods that are now under tariff. So what happens to the global auto parts supply chain if the tariffs continue for a protracted period…

Campbell leaving Port of NY & NJ on solid course for sustained growth
Campbell leaving Port of NY & NJ on solid course for sustained growth

Paul Scott Abbott | October 08, 2018 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

As she leaves the helm of the Port of New York and New Jersey to embark upon a Harvard University fellowship, Molly Campbell can take heart in having meritoriously followed the classic motherly advice to leave a place better than one found it.

La Spezia: Turning the trade map of Europe upside down
La Spezia: Turning the trade map of Europe upside down

Peter Buxbaum | September 26, 2018 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

The shape of the Italian peninsula is most often thought of as a boot, but it can also be seen as a huge pier stretching into the Mediterranean Sea.

Leipzig/Halle Airport aims to become Germany’s air cargo hub
Leipzig/Halle Airport aims to become Germany’s air cargo hub

Manik Mehta | September 24, 2018 | Air Cargo News | Charters

Encouraged by the German Government’s stated aim to promote passenger and cargo traffic at the Leipzig/Halle airport in Eastern Germany – this is contained in the text of the coalition agreement signed between Germany’s ruling coalition parties, the conservative Christian Democratic Union/Christian Social Union and the Social Democratic Party – the airport is trying to become Germany’s cargo hub. Leipzig/Halle is presently the country’s second biggest cargo airport, in terms of cargo tonnage, behind Frankfurt/Main airport.

Acquisition buttresses Express Mondor’s continental heavy haul clout
Acquisition buttresses Express Mondor’s continental heavy haul clout

Leo Ryan | September 24, 2018 | Project / Heavy Lift News

Express Mondor, a privately-owned company specialized in oversized transport based at the small town of Lanoraie on the St. Lawrence River northeast of Montreal, is adding more muscle to its ambitions to capture more business as a niche player on Canadian and U.S. project cargo markets.

Crossing America - moving high and heavy cargo

Matt Guasco | September 24, 2018 | Project / Heavy Lift News

Lynas Corporation ships rare earth-oxides worldwide
Lynas Corporation ships rare earth-oxides worldwide

Robert L. Wallack | September 24, 2018 | Project / Heavy Lift News

Rare earth elements are the key to items as small as smart phones and as large as wind turbine generators and as the name implies…they are rare. One of the few companies specializing in extracting and processing REEs is Australian-based Lynas Corp. Keeping up with the global demand in REEs is an ongoing challenge for Lynas and other suppliers.

Tariffs - a knotty problem for forest products industry
Tariffs - a knotty problem for forest products industry

George Lauriat | September 24, 2018 | International Trade

The US-China trade dispute is shifting the supply and demand channels for the forest product industry.

Canada-US softwood lumber conflict dragging on
Canada-US softwood lumber conflict dragging on

Leo Ryan | September 24, 2018 | International Trade

In the past few decades, it seems, there has been one complex issue that simply refuses to disappear from the highly substantial commercial relationship between the United States and Canada.

Deepwater launching Maryland’s offshore wind industry

Peter Buxbaum | September 24, 2018 | Project / Heavy Lift News

The Iranian sanctions have widespread impact on project industry
The Iranian sanctions have widespread impact on project industry

Matt Miller | September 24, 2018 | International Trade

Washington’s re-imposing of sanctions on Iran has businesses confused with what constitutes a violation. Particularly, hard hit is the petroleum industry and the related project sector.

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