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Port of Seattle appoints business executive Ted Fick as new CEO

Following a national search, the Port of Seattle Commission has selected Ted J. Fick, a manufacturing and transportation executive with decades of experience, to be the next CEO of the Port of Seattle. More...

9th Circuit Appeals Court: FedEx Ground drivers are employees, not contractors

ILWU and PMA reach tentative agreement on health care benefits

DP World takes over Trilogiport development at Belgium's Liege port

Cargo from shipwreck off Malta dates back to
700 B.C.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Progress reported by ILWU and PMA with tentative health benefit agreement

ILWU reaches agreement with PNW grain terminal owners, lock-out ends

OOCL launches joint service on NE Asia, Australia and New Zealand trades

Nautilus and Metro Ports subsidiary move headquarters to Long Beach

Logistics survey indicates positive present for sea freight, less optimistic future

Truck drivers charged in connection with
container fatality

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Port of Portland nixes deal with ILWU, putting reefer jobs back in play

Drewry: M&A activity heats up in U.S. container terminal sector

Port of Rotterdam struggles with severe cargo bottleneck

Thousands of truckers strike at Ningbo port, disrupting cargo flow

Debilitated tanker towed to Port of San Francisco
for repair

Monday, August 25, 2014

Panama Canal Authority updates Maersk execs on expansion

Shipper cry foul as rail rates soar

Port Metro Vancouver okays coal port

Anchorage needs $270M to finish port project

Giant rubber duck calls at Port of L.A. (video)

Thursday, August 21, 2014

NOL plans to sell APL Logistics for $750M

ILA claims no liability for Baltimore port losses caused by 2013 strike

SC Ports Authority earnings and container growth up for FY2014

Evergreen returns to Port of Boston on Asia-U.S. East Coast service

Two UP freight trains crash head on in Arkansas, 2 dead


Singapore launches new web-based CMS to reduce queue times by 30 percent   •   Kongsberg Mesotech releases new maritime sonar security system   •   Odyssey Logistics to acquire ADS Logistics   •   Health care IT firm Premier to acquire supply chain software company Aperek   •   Chinese working on supercavitation tech to allow submarine travel at 750 mph

Check out the latest issue of CBN
The P3/2M alliance story is the biggest development in a year of big developments with ripples that could affect other stories related to rates, the peak season, strikes and even the Panama Canal in CBN’s debut of the Ocean Shipping Annual.

Cover Story: Ocean Shipping Annual -
The urge to merge dominates


Up Front: Is LNG the next big thing for
ocean shipping?


HOS rule and higher rates

Looking ahead: Leadership changes in
114th Congress


News: Carrier alliances "necessary" * Carrier cost cutting ramps up * Panama Canal expansion could spike insurance costs

Tech Trends: China Shipping partners with Alibaba * Maersk to add low-sulfur surcharge * Maersk tests scrubber
Shipping Shorts: British shipowners seek delay of low-sulfur rules * Panama Canal cost over-run dispute goes to arbitration

Port News: ILWU and PMA hash out health care taxes * Ports America acquires "K" Line terminal ops stake

Casualties: Container ship crew stranded * Ship discovered World Trade Center site * Matson pays fraud settlement

Final Say: Plus ça change, plus c'est la
měme chose



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Singapore launches new web-based CMS to reduce queue times
by 30 percent



A new container management system (CMS) was launched in Singapore Tuesday that provides transport operators with real-time updates on container depots. The senior minister of state for trade and industry, Lee Yi Shyan, announced the new system at this week's Logistics and Transportation Conference 2014, held at Resorts World Sentosa. More...





Kongsberg Mesotech releases new maritime sonar security system

Odyssey Logistics to acquire ADS Logistics

Health care IT firm Premier to acquire supply chain software company Aperek

Chinese working on supercavitation tech to allow submarine travel at 750 mph

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