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Covering trade & transport, with tips on using
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Category Archive: Transport

New Report Ranks NVOCCs in US Maritime Imports

Category: Transport

Datamyne’s new quarterly ranking report on the top 20 NVOCCs (non-vessel operating common carriers) in US maritime import trade wraps up 2014 with Expeditors International of Washington (EXDO), Blue Anchor America Line (BANQ), and Christal Lines (CHSL) ranked No. 1, 2 and 3, respectively, by volume. The report ranks…

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Hot Properties: Freight Forwarder, NVOCC M&As Stoked

Category: Transport

December’s string of acquisitions in the global logistics sector – including Berkshire Hathaway’s acquisition of Charter Brokerage, FedEx’s of GENCO, C.H. Robinson’s of Freightquote.com – seems likely to stoke this year’s trend to more M&A activity in transport, and logistics in particular, on into 2015. (PWC has a

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The Boxes under the White House Christmas Tree

Category: Transport

Over at the World Bank blog The Trade Post, the stacked cargo shipping containers under the Christmas tree on the Ellipse south of the White House in Washington, DC, are seen as a signal of US support for an open and revived international trading system – one more…

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California and the Pacific Pumas

Category: Exports, Transport

Latin America’s Pacific Alliance trade bloc creates trade opportunities beyond the region. They are Latam’s fastest-growing economies, market-driven and sustaining an expanded middle class. The four countries of the Pacific Alliance – Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru – aim to eliminate barriers to the free flow of goods, services, and labor…

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Supply / Demand Imbalance Stabilizes Container Rates

Category: Transport

Carriers can’t get together behind rate increases; smooth sailing for exporters | by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor. Container carriers insist they need more revenue to offset costs, but they will probably get little or no increase in rates anytime soon. The reasons are twofold: weak demand and the inability of…

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CBP Sets Sequestration Cargo Priorities

Category: Transport

Cuts will be made across the board, with no preference by port of arrival US Customs and Border Protection released its framework for minimizing the impact on trade of budget cuts mandated under sequestration, which became effective March 1. Key points: Companies participating in C-TPAT (Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism) and ACAS…

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Strike Watch

Category: Transport

Shut-down at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach enters its second week It has now been a week since strikes by clerical workers from the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) Local 63 have forced the closure of facilities at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach…

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Lessons from a 100-Year Storm

Category: Transport

What not to mix with salt water: electric, communications, motorized systems by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor Port Newark Refrigerated Warehouse was just one of the hundreds of businesses in New Jersey and New York that felt the wrath of Hurricane Sandy after it hit landfall the night of October 29….

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