Citations with the tag: SHIPPING (Water transportation)
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- Gulf ports prevail in a rate battle, but war is not yet over.
Darce, Keith // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008); 2/12/96, Vol. 16 Issue 32, p14
Reports that the rate war between steamship companies in the Gulf of Mexico has increase business at the Port of New Orleans, in Louisiana. Decline in cost of shipping cargoes between New Orleans and Central America; How the war began; What prompted the rate conflict; Comments from Keith...
- New conference seeks to restore stability to Central American shipping lanes.
Brennan, Terry // Traffic World; 2/7/94, Vol. 237 Issue 6, p32
Reports on the establishment of the Latin American Shipping Association to address the rate war in the region's shipping lanes. Replacement of the Central American Line Association; Members of the association; Association's possible capture of majority of the shipping trade's market share in the...
- New shipping conference moves to end rate war to Central America with price hike.
Brennan, Terry // Traffic World; 4/4/94, Vol. 238 Issue 1, p50
Reports on actions taken by the Latin American Shipping Services Association to stem rate wars. Increase of freight-all-kind (FAK) rates; Intimidation of conference carriers by the southbound movements of fresh fruit reefer carriers; Overtonnage of market; Desire of rate stability.
- Pacific shippers may appeal inspection fees.
Brennan, Terry // Traffic World; 2/13/95, Vol. 241 Issue 7, p48
Reports on the Pacific Merchant Shipping Association's (PMSA) move to determine whether their group should appeal a California appeals court decision requiring international ocean carriers to pay for state agricultural inspections. Details of the court decision; PMSA's claim that the state...
- Gulf forwarders, brokers to join New Orleans in FMC complaint against LASSA rate bias.
Brennan, Terry // Traffic World; 8/28/95, Vol. 243 Issue 9, p36
Reports that freight forwarders and customs brokers at several Gulf ports have joined the Port of New Orleans in a complaint filed at the Federal Maritime Commission about the Latin American Shipping Service Association's (LASSA) rates that favor South Florida ports. Rate differentials on...
- Logs and the art of organised chaos.
Brennan, Terry // New Zealand Forest Industries; May2002, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p32
Focuses on the management of log exporting in New Zealand. Importance of machine and manpower resources in log shipment; Mechanisms of port log operations in companies; Emphasis of specialist companies in log marshalling and loading.
BALLANTYNE, STUART // Ausmarine; Nov2010, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p10
In this article, the author discusses the cabotage system that is being implemented in the global maritime industry, particularly in Australia, Great Britain and the U.S. He cites that the system has resulted in the deterioration of the maritime sector as the players became complacent because of...
- Port of Oswego increases tonnage 100%, receives pacesetter award.
Hubbard, Kim L. // Business Journal (Central New York); 05/21/99, Vol. 13 Issue 20, p1
Reports on the presentation of the United States Seaway Port Pacesetter Award to New York's Port of Oswego, after it posted a 100% increase in tonnage in 1998. Capital improvements made to the wharf; Presenter Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corp. Administrator Albert S. Jaquez's comments...
- Wineries, consumers win court victory.
Hubbard, Kim L. // Business Journal (Central New York); 11/15/2002, Vol. 16 Issue 46, p2
Reports on the court ruling regarding the restrictions on direct shipping among out-of-state wineries in New York.
- Plain sailing.
Hubbard, Kim L. // Finance Week; 4/19/2002, p41
Focuses on the economic activity at the main ports in South Africa. History of Grindrod; Expansion of shipping operations; Impact of the decline in the national currency on Grindrod.
- China � mission possible.
Edmonson, R.G. // JoC Week; 4/1/2002, Vol. 3 Issue 13, p23
Focuses on the Sino-American talks on the international maritime regulations in China. Move of China to tighten control of the maritime industry; Reference to Decree No. 335; Assessment on the rule-making process in shipping.
- Djibouti shakes off the dust.
Luxner, Larry // African Business; Feb2001, Issue 262, p31
Reports on trade activity at the Port of Djibouti. Programs to develop the port as a trans-shipment hub in East Africa; Trade relations with Ethiopia; Volume of shipments; Economic contribution of the port to the country.
- Ports and shipping news.
Luxner, Larry // Asian Business Review; May95, p43
Reports on developments related to shipping in Asia as of May 1995. Includes Cambodia's reopening of its ship registry; Upgrading of Sihanoukville Port in Cambodia; Asian Infrastructure's acquisition of a stake in Fairyoung Holdings' China port development subsidiary.
- Ports, routes and shipping times.
Luxner, Larry // Asian Business Review; May95, p44
Presents information concerning ports and shipping in Asia. Ports; Vessels; Services.
- Ports & shipping.
Robberds, Mark // Asian Business Review; Dec96, p115
Reports that 1995 has been a good year for the Asian shipping industry. Pressure of slowdown faced by shipping companies; Leadership continued by the Port of Singapore Authority; Comments by David Lim, PSA's chief executive officer.
- Chapter 5: Key Sectors.
Robberds, Mark // Venezuela Business Forecast Report; 2006 4th Quarter, p37
The article reports on the condition of the freight transport industry in Venezuela.
- Courier companies pursue growth.
Preble, C. // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 7/6/87, Vol. 127 Issue 1, p50
Deregulation opened the express and courier industry to a large number of new entrants, but it has also created a highly competitive environment. The companies are expanding service net works through internal growth and mergers to ensure their survival in an industry demanding global service. ...
- How to avoid the Christmas mailing rush.
Barnes, R. // Black Enterprise; Dec90, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p73
Offers advice to businesses on getting packages delivered on deadline during the holiday season. Overview of shipping options, including the US Postal Service's Express Mail Overnight service, United Parcel Service (UPS) and Federal Express; Packaging and labeling tips.
- Alliance has long history of supporting maritime industry.
Barnes, R. // Business News New Jersey; 09/18/96, Vol. 9 Issue 19, p57
Focuses on the Alliance for Action's history of working on behalf of New Jersey's economically vital maritime industry, highlighting the alliance's relations with the Maritime Resources Council, a Committee of the Alliance for Action. Background information on the Council; Events sponsored by...
- We Need Your Support.
Barnes, R. // Business News New Jersey; 04/12/99, Vol. 12 Issue 15, p2
Reports on the effort of New York City and New Jersey to convince two major shipping lines from taking their business to Baltimore, Maryland.
- Cargo Moves.
Barnes, R. // Business News New Jersey; 03/20/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p4
Reports on the cargo volume handled by the Port of New York and New Jersey during the year 2000. Growth in the port's market share in the United States North Atlantic; Total container volume measured in 20-foot equivalent units; Port's launch of a five-year construction program to keep up with...
- Mexico Eyes Ship Traffic From Southland; Quiet Planning in Works for Big Baja Port.
Greenberg, David // Orange County Business Journal; 8/23/2004, Vol. 27 Issue 34, p16
The article reports that Mexico has been expanding its port operations at such a rapid pace that it could be siphoning away a big chunk of business from Southland, NewZealand. The Port of Lazaro Cardenas, on the Pacific coast in Southern Mexico, is the most immediate threat. Meanwhile, Mexican...
Garza, Daniel R. // Caribbean Business; 08/12/99, Vol. 27 Issue 31, p26
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- Robust economy is Midwest boosts Great Lake shipping.
Tyson, James L. // Christian Science Monitor; 8/25/95, Vol. 87 Issue 190, p8
Discusses the increase in shipping in the Great Lakes in 1994-1995, due to the growth of economy in the region. Statistical details on the quantity transported by US ships in the region; Reasons for the boost in the economy; Benefits of the boom in the shipping industry; Findings of the 1993...
- Corpus recovers.
Tyson, James L. // Chemical Week; 5/3/95, Vol. 156 Issue 17, p40
Reports on the marine traffic in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Tyson, James L. // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 12/06/96, Vol. 40 Issue 49, p15
Reports on the Suez Canal Authority's efforts to win back customers from alternative routes. Competitors of the canal; Revenues from the canal; Special rate offers for various types of ships.
- Shut out at the dock.
Bonura, Chris // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008); 05/31/99, Vol. 19 Issue 48, p1
Reports on small ship supply companies' opposition to Transocean Terminal Operators' regulations at some wharves in New Orleans, Louisiana. Restrictions on chandlers' access to docked ships; Regulations on the type of insurance to be secured prior to gaining access to the docks.
- Shipping lines weigh in on operation of container complex.
Bonura, Chris // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008); 07/31/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p19
Reports the varied responses of several shipping lines over the operation of the renovated Napoleon Avenue cargo complex in New Orleans, Louisiana. Options of shipping lines whether to have a single or two terminal operators; Pros and cons of having two terminal operators; Efforts of the dock...
- PROBLEMS SEEN IN GREAT LAKES WINTER SHIPPING.
Bonura, Chris // National Wildlife; Dec83/Jan84, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p29
Reports on the fight of the National Wildlife Federation and its Great Lake affiliates against the plan to open the Great Lakes to winter shipping. Proposal of the Army Corps of Engineers; Effect of ice control measures on natural ice bridges.
Bonura, Chris // Journal of Commerce (15307557); 6/28/2004, Vol. 5 Issue 26, p10
Presents a correction to an article on the members of the International Longshoremen's Association Local 1422 that was previously published in the June 2004 of "The Journal of Commerce."
- from the editor.
Bonura, Chris // Review of Business; Fall2004, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p3
Introduces a series of article on the maritime industry.
- Dockside yards spur Tacoma growth.
Asher, Joseph // Railway Age; Apr93, Vol. 194 Issue 4, p47
Analyzes the growth of Port of Tacoma, Washington as a regular port of call for major steamship lines. Lead of Tacoma over Seattle in container volume in 1993; On-dock intermodal rail yards; Sixth largest container port in North America; Appeal of Pacific Northwest (PNW) ports like Tacoma over...
Asher, Joseph // Railway Age; Apr93, Vol. 194 Issue 4, p86
Introduces brochures related to freight. `IMO-5 Intermodal Tank Containers' for transporting chemicals and gases; Brochure of Baumann Handling Systems, Incorporated on equipment available for safe handling of long and heavy materials.
- A hell of a life for a family man.
Agar, M. // Smithsonian; Sep87, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p116
For 132 years, the Great Lakes ore carriers have served the steel industry's mines and mills. Description of the history, growth, work, and slow demise of the industry, which is losing business to foreign steel. Description of a sailor's life on the tankers that carry the iron ore.
- Cruise industry capacity increase bodes well for Island.
Agar, M. // Travel Agent; 9/11/95 Supplement, Vol. 276 Issue 12, p4
Discusses the impact of the growth in ocean travel on the tourist trade in Jamaica. Benefits of the growth on the island's economy; New services offered by shipping companies; Infrastructure improvements to be implemented in the island.
- Shipping executive predicts shakeout among containership lines.
Brennan, Terry // Traffic World; 10/4/93, Vol. 236 Issue 1, p15
Reports on the predictions of Barry Olsen, president of Maersk Canada Inc. on a major carrier shakeout in the maritime industry. Changes in round-the-world carrier services; Vessel rationalization; Customer-focused atmosphere.
- The Back Page.
Brennan, Terry // Traffic World; 10/24/2005, Vol. 269 Issue 43, p47
Presents the index of the October 24, 2005 issue of the journal "Traffic World."
- Flooding halts Mississippi River traffic but shippers wait to divert shipments.
Brennan, Terry; James, Robert P. // Traffic World; 7/5/93, Vol. 235 Issue 1, p13
Reports on the effects of the flooding of the Mississippi River on shipping in the middle of 1993. Expected financial losses of barge operators from costs of delayed barges; Crewing and operating costs; Equipment gluts resulting in lowered freight rates; Price of lost business for barge...
- We can't take this abuse.
Trunick, Perry A. // Transportation & Distribution; Jan98, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p8
Editorial. Presents information on the treatment carriers receive from shippers. How this treatment affects business; Information on the level of customer demand.
- Technology Passes Small Package Transport Tests.
Morton, Roger // Transportation & Distribution; Mar2003, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p26
Focuses on technology solutions to aid shippers in meeting customer needs. Implementation of the software system at Springs Industries; Use of the CzarLite generics nationwide database; Specification of the mode of shipment by the customer. INSET: Three Steps in Buying Transportation.
- I Beg To Differ.
Quinlan, Erin // Yachting; Sep2003, Vol. 194 Issue 3, p22
Presents opposing views on the importance of classification societies in the shipping industry.
- Safer Shipping For Tokyo.
Kameyama, Shuichi // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Jan2003, p6
Reports on the impact of the shallow channels and remains of the maritime military fortress on shipping at the Tokyo Bay in Japan. Total number of vessels entering the bay; Dangers faced by the vessels; Removal of the fortress from the Uraga channel.
- Shaping shipping.
Bustos, Sergio R. // Latin Trade (English); Jul98, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p52
Focuses on the shipping industry in Latin America. Concerns over customs and security that could cause the region to fall behind in expanding trade; Bureaucracy in paperwork errors called misdeclaration; Latin American shippers' attempt to increase the number of sailings.
- EVENT CALENDAR.
Bustos, Sergio R. // Ausmarine; Aug2007, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p40
A calendar of events for the global maritime industry for August 2007 to April 2008 is presented.
- EVENT CALENDAR.
Bustos, Sergio R. // Ausmarine; Nov2007, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p35
A calendar of events related to the shipping industry is presented, including Oil Terminal 2007 in Moscow, Russia, the 46th Barcelona International Boat Show 2007 in Spain and the Asian Shipping and Work Boat in Singapore.
- Adriatic Sea port of entry saves time.
Bustos, Sergio R. // Army Logistician; Jul/Aug99, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p1
Reports that the port of Rijeka, Croatia, is the new entry point for United States-based equipment bound for Bosnia. Previous shipping route; Comments by Colonel Tom Thompson, commander of the 598th Transportation Brigade in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
- Pirate Problems.
Smith, Steph // Scholastic News -- Senior Edition; 03/19/2001, Vol. 69 Issue 20, p6
Reports on the increasing problem of piracy faced by shippers in Southeast Asian waters.
- Domestic firms struggling to deliver in Slovakia.
Pisarova, Martina // Slovak Spectator; 04/10/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 14, p5
Focuses on the shipping and transportation business in Slovakia. Condition of the industry; Financial concerns of shipping companies; Problems faced by the industry.
Pisarova, Martina // Canadian Transportation & Logistics; Jun2008, Vol. 111 Issue 6, p14
A correction to the article on global shipping that was published in the May 2008 issue is presented.
- Major Great Lakes fleet renewal on the horizon?
Ryan, Leo // Canadian Transportation & Logistics; Oct2010, Vol. 113 Issue 10, p6
The article reports on the development of a waiver for a 25 percent tariff on imports of all cargo vessels and tankers to promote the competitiveness of shipping industry in Canada.