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Progress in the ILWU/PMA Labor Negotiations

A refreshing sign of progress announced in a joint statement on Tuesday which stated that both sides have come to an agreement on health benefits – one of the biggest issues of these negotiations. This agreement is tentative and hinges on agreements about other issues but this is seen as a major step forward in [...]

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What is the Correct Consignee Type for AES?

What is the Correct Consignee Type for AES? Recent changes to the way US Customs require AES filings to be completed have resulted in requiring further information about your consignee. Specifically the type of company they are and how they are using your goods. Knowing your customer and their business is important not only for [...]

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UPDATE: West Coast Ports

UPDATE: West Coast Ports Contract negotiations are continuing… and have been ‘uncharacteristically tame’. The impact of the ongoing US West Coast labor talks could be considered widespread [JOC]: Diversions of US bound cargo to Vancouver DP World’s Vancouver advised last week that it would stop accepting US bound rail cargo CN is sold out of intermodal capacity East [...]

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Air Freight Consolidation: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Air Freight Consolidation: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly In the world of logistics, the term “consolidation” shares the same definition across all modes of transportation. It is the concept of taking freight from multiple origins going to the same destination, and putting them together for transport. While every mode of travel has different benefits [...]

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US Export Restrictions Expand – Russia Responds with Import Bans

US Export Restrictions Expand – Russia Responds with Import Bans On July 29, 2014, The U.S. Commerce Department advised that it is further restricting trade with Russia in response to Russia’s continued actions supporting separatists in Ukraine. BIS will institute a policy denying export, reexport or foreign transfer of certain items for use in Russia’s energy [...]

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Islamic State 'kills US hostage'

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Million 'have fled Ukraine conflict'

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Celebrity leaks 'no breach' - Apple

Tuesday September 2nd, 2014 07:49:12 PM

Ebola response 'lethally inadequate'

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American Doctor Tests Positive For Ebola

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Ebola Patient Flees Clinic In Search For Food

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Reports: Second US Journalist Beheaded By IS

Tuesday September 2nd, 2014 10:04:53 PM

Sotloff Family Grieving After Hostage 'Killed'

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China Now Has More Than 260 Million Migrant Workers Whose Average Monthly Salary Is 2,290 Yuan ($374.09)

Tuesday May 28th, 2013 08:44:29 PM s.song

Former Chairman Of Fonterra Apologized For His Remark That Chinese Businesses Should Not Be Trusted

Tuesday May 28th, 2013 04:35:51 PM s.song

European Commission Wants Punitive Tariffs Placed On Solar Panels Made In China, But At Least 15 Member States Oppose The Measure

Tuesday May 28th, 2013 11:48:29 AM Angelo.Young

Bank Of Japan Board Rift Over Economic Stimulus Plan Poses Big Challenge To Governor Kuroda

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The beleaguered Zim Piraeus left the Port of Oakland at 8:45 a.m. Wednesday after the International Longshore and Warehouse Union completed work on the vessel. Longshoremen also reported to the […]
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The cost benefits of Evergreen Marine joining the CKYH Alliance were reflected in its second-quarter earnings, which saw the Taipei-based carrier returning to profitability. Taiwan’s largest container shipping line joined up […]
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