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- China to open up to more foreign carriers. // American Journal of Transportation;9/22/2014, Issue 588, p22
The article reports on the opening of the ports of China to foreign carriers as it aims to liberalize the country's traffic rights in an orderly way in 2014.
- No time to waste. Mongelluzzo, Bill // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);1/10/2005, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p30
Emphasizes the need to construct and develop marine terminals and inland infrastructure in the U.S. Reasons for the need to construct and expand marine terminals in the country; Prediction on the increase in port and rail congestion problems in 2005; Impact of the growing import trade on...
- Economy Drive. Davidson, Dean // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction;Sep2003, p24
Reports economic revolution and industrial transformations in the container liner shipping industry and container ports in China. Assessment of long-term prospects at ports; Development on containers; Port modernization. INSET: Tech Specs.
- Asian bottleneck. Mongelluzzo, Bill // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);5/12/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 19, p19
Depicts the congestion of shipping ports in Asia and its effect on U.S. container ports by 2003. Analysis of port congestion in Shanghai, China; Problem of port congestion in the U.S. West Coast; Impact of the severe acute respiratory syndrome virus on imports from Asia.
- DEEPER, BIGGER, STRONGER. Leach, Pete T. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);5/3/2010, Vol. 11 Issue 18, p23
The article reports on the preparations of four major South Atlantic ports for the bigger ships that will arrive to the East Coast from Asia once the third set of locks in the Panama Canal is completed in 2010. It says that the ports in Savannah, Georgia, in Wilmington, North Carolina, in...
- Late Ships At Vancouver? Marine Bible Says Yes, But ... // Bar-Code Border;11/19/2012, Vol. 11 Issue 243, p3
The article offers information on the problems faced by container terminals in their performance in Vancouver, British Columbia. It is mentioned that the main problem faced by the ports is late arrival or arrival in bunches of the containers. According to a report by Drewry, there are atleast 25...
- Still No. 1. Dibenedetto, Bill // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);1/28/2008, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p20
The article focuses on Singapore as the leading global container port. Despite the economic slur being experienced by the U.S., Singapore has maintained its position at the top due significantly to its Asia Pacific trade. Singapore's port statistics in 2007 which include shipping tonnage, cargo...
- Rushing for success in Russia. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);9/13/2004, Vol. 5 Issue 37, p28
Focuses on the efforts of port operators in Hamburg, Germany in securing containers in the Russian Federation traffic area. Background on a project to build a container terminal in Grebenka, Russia; Information on the ventures of several Hamburg ports into Russia, including Eurogate and HHLA;...
- Go-ahead for container terminal will double capacity at Felixstowe. // Professional Engineering;2/8/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p8
The article reports on the call of the shipping industry for a more port capacity to be built to meet the surging imports in response to the government's approval for a new container terminal at Felixstowe in Suffolk, England. The expansion will deal with Great Britain's lack of port capacity in...