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Category Archive: Transport

Sandy’s Toll on the Port of NY-NJ

Category: Transport

Despite preparation, no way to hold back water, no way (yet) to reckon loss  by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor The Port Authority of New York-New Jersey began preparing for Sandy days before the storm hit. The plans included warnings to terminal operators to secure their equipment and to unstack containers,…

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Mixed Feelings

Category: Transport

Survey respondents divided on Panama Canal expansion’s impact on trade flow by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor In my last column, I asked readers to weigh in on a survey regarding the impact of the Panama Canal expansion on US waterborne trade. The $5.25 billion project will increase the maximum capacity…

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Weigh in on Panamax

Category: Transport

Here’s an invitation to a survey on what we can expect from canal expansion by Bill Armbruster In my last column, Scaling up for a Bigger Panamax, I shared my views on whether East and Gulf Coast ports can expect appreciable return on their investment in infrastructure that can…

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Scaling up for a Bigger Panamax

Category: Transport

Prospects for new services are driving investment at East, Gulf Coast ports   by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor East and Gulf Coast ports are investing billions of dollars in dredging and shoreside infrastructure so they will be able to handle the larger vessels that will be capable of transiting the Panama…

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Pepper Spray Irritates TSA

Category: Trade Policy, Transport

And a passenger draws a penalty for an ill-timed disclosure by Peter Quinter, guest columnist Our beloved Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has the responsibility of screening passengers to “ensure that certain items and persons prohibited from flying don’t board commercial airliners.” This is accomplished through 43,000 Transportation Security Officers (TSOs) located…

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Gauging Japan Disaster’s Impact

Argus Rail Business taps Datamyne to benchmark containerized import volumes There’s been no dent in rail freight traffic in North America resulting from March’s triple disasters in Japan … yet. But expect that to change, cautions a report from Argus Rail Business.The Argus Media publication cites Datamyne data…

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PanaMAX (or mini) Prospects?

Category: Markets, Transport

A bigger canal still faces competition from the Suez, rail by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor The Panama Canal will become a more viable option for trade between Asia and the eastern U.S. after the waterway’s expansion is completed in 2014, but I question whether it will see much additional cargo movement. As…

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Rates Matter Most

Category: Exports, Transport

Reliability ranks second in survey of shippers’ criteria for carriers by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor Last month we did a survey asking what matters most to shippers when they choose an ocean carrier. Rates ranked as the top priority, garnering 41% of the votes, followed by reliability with 29%, and vessel…

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Rates Are Running First…

Category: Exports, Transport

… but there’s still time to weigh in on what matters most to shippers by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor “Rates are the golden fleece. It determines whether or not you will be awarded a piece of business,” comments one respondent in our survey on top considerations for shippers when they choose an…

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What Shippers Want

Category: Exports, Transport

What matters most to shippers when they choose an ocean carrier?   By Bill Armbruster   Below is a list of 10 criteria, in no particular order, that may affect a shipper’s choice of ocean carrier. I would like to know which you think are most important. So, please, scroll down to the quick…

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