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  DR-CAFTA negotiator sees benefits for Gulf

International Trade Ports & Terminals - Jun 26 2005 at 08:00 PM

Passage of an expanded free-trade agreement that encompasses Central America should bode well for ports along the US Gulf, according to Nicaragua‚s chief negotiator for such a pact.

  Roll On/Roll Off 2005 - Deere & Co. rolls through Baltimore

Ports & Terminals Liner Shipping - Jun 19 2005 at 08:00 PM

The fact that the four ro/ro lines on which John Deere primarily relies operate out of Baltimore port facilities is but one reason why David Panjwani, Deere’s manager of global transportation, is pleased to call Baltimore his company’s leading strategic p

  Perishables - Palm Beach firm moves produce on year-round basis in Caribbean

Liner Shipping - Oct 10 2004 at 08:00 PM

One might think of produce shipments through Florida ports as primarily a seasonal inbound business, fueled by winter melons. But Merchants Export Inc., which operates out of the facilities of Port of Palm Beach Cold, keeps busy year-round by supplying fr

  Latin America Trade - Latin America remains key for Florida’s Atlantic ports

International Trade Ports & Terminals - Aug 22 2004 at 08:00 PM

From containers to cars to cement, cargoes from Florida’s Atlantic Coast ports continue to flow steadily into Latin America, with future growth potential spurring marketing efforts and infrastructure developments.

  Latin American Trade - Port of St. Bernard handles Chilean copper imports

Ports & Terminals - Aug 22 2004 at 08:00 PM

The Port of St. Bernard, on the Lower Mississippi River, is already busy with Latin American trade that includes imports of copper goods from Chile. Port officials are actively marketing their facilities to handle additional volumes of Latin American comm

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