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L.A. ports' supremacy challenged
The Port of Los Angeles experienced its busiest first quarter ever this year, and the biggest since 2007 for the neighboring Port of Long Beach. In comparison with the same period last year, imports at the two ports increased 10%, as measured by loaded container units. However, investments in ports in other.....

Container shipping shake-up centre stage at 2nd Cool Logistics Asia
Turbulent changes in container shipping are likely to rebound on global and regional perishable supply chains this year. As the industry struggles with vessel overcapacity, low growth and rock-bottom freight rates, a recent flurry of merger activity and resulting shifts in mega-alliances are creating.....

A German REWE supermarket closed due to dangerous spiders
If you bought bananas in the German Wilhelmsthal last Saturday, you could have gotten the fright of your life. The supermarket initiated alert phase red after the discovery of spiders in the fruit department on Saturday night.

GCCA bestows NextGen Award
The Global NextGen Award, developed by the Global Cold Chain Alliance, recognizes outstanding young professionals in the world's cold chain industry. Melissa Hunt, Director of S & D Logistics in Australia, was named the winner of the second annual award during a general session of the 125th International.....

Charleston port progress in container weighing services
In July of this year the new International Maritime Organization container weight rule will come into effect. The final stages of tests are being carried out at the Port of Charleston to see if it can provide in-terminal container weighing services for shippers to comply with this new rule.“I think by the.....