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- Maritime Cargo Volume for 2004 Increases 2.2% as Per Industry Projections. Martinez, Marialba // Caribbean Business;4/21/2005, Vol. 33 Issue 15, p39
This article reports that maritime cargo transportation volumes during 2004 for southbound and northbound traffic between Puerto Rico and the U.S. mainland increased 2.2%, from 797,878 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) to 815,044 TEU. It confirmed previous industry projections that cargo...
- Intermarine LLC. Kavanagh, Roger // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);1/10/2005 Supp Bottleneck, p116
Focuses on the possibility that 2005 will see a period of sustained high vessel charter rates. Potential change in the nature of the shipping markets for breakbulk and project cargoes; Factors that would affect project managers that need to insure transport to meet construction milestones;...
- The Utmost in Efficient and Flexible Cargo Handling. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);9/7/2015 Supplement Break Bulk, p12
The article presents the corporate profile of HÃ¶egh Autoliners AS, the Norway-based provider of logistics and transportation services across the globe. Topics discussed include an overview of HÃ¶egh Autoliners, its logistics services, its fleet of cars and vehicles, its delivery process,...
- Avoiding bad-news calls. Maberry, Rob // JoC Week;2/18/2002, Vol. 3 Issue 7, p46
Presents guidelines for secure handling and transporting of chemical shipments. Extra precautions for chemical shipment container; Accuracy on the description of chemical commodities being transported; Consistency on labeling information.
- The Changing State of the Gulf of Finland Ecosystem--a trilateral Estonian--Finnish--Russian symposium held in Tallinn, 28--30 October 2002. Elken, Jüri; Liiv, Hanry // Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences, Biology, Ecolog;Sep2003, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p171
Provides information about the Gulf of Finland. Countries connected by the gulf; Benefits of its proximity with the Baltic Sea for the gulf; Rise in the transportation of cargo in the gulf.
- JMAFP: Recovering lost cargo. Welikey, Mike // Translog;Dec93, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p14
Features the Joint Military Astray Freight Program (JMAFP) designed to help transportation officers return lost cargo to its original destination. Goals of the JMAFP committee for 1993; Background to the creation of the JMAFP; Activities.
- Who Is Owed? Barrett, Colin // Traffic World;12/23/2002, Vol. 266 Issue 51, p38
Offers tips for a transportation broker on how to deal with a cargo carrier which opted to broker the cargo. Bankruptcy of the cargo carrier and its affiliate cargo broker; Payment for the carrier that actually shipped the cargo; Protection from potential lawsuits.
- Bulk cargo's four C's. Bonney, Joseph // JoC Week;12/10/2001-12/16/2001, Vol. 2 Issue 49, p4
Discusses the four C's of bulk cargo, as discussed during the 'JoC Week' magazine's 6th annual Bulk Transportation Conference held in New Orleans, Louisiana. Costs; Competition; Consolidation; Capacity.
- Making the State the Preferred Port of Call. Sundaramoorthy, Geeta // njbiz;1/1/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p23
Focuses on the Portcall project of New Jersey aimed to make the state the key distribution center of the entire East Coast. Estimated cost of the transportation project; Views of state planners; Criticisms received by the project. INSET: THE ART OF MOVING GUMMI BEARS.