Med carriers look eastward

Mangat, Annu
November 2003
Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);11/24/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 47, p24
Examines the status of U.S.-Mediterranean trade in 2003. Increase of U.S. containerized imports and exports to Turkey; Trade relations between Italy and the U.S.; Difficulty in calculating the slot capacity in the Mediterranean according to John Fossey of Drewry Shipping Consultants; Addition and revision of several U.S.-Mediterranean services; Introduction of a direct service route from the U.S. East Coast to the Mediterranean by Mediterranean Shipping Co.


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