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Four common ELD mistakes; Notes on CSA changes; xChange tackles re-positioning idle containers; HMM and SM Line being pushed to merge; Jaxport welcomes first ZIM vessel; FIT opening Everglades terminal; Crowley christens LNG-powered “El Coquí”

We thought you might be interested in the following “Transportation Happenings” for the week ending October 26th, 2018:

  1. Four common mistakes fleets make on ELDs.
  2. A list of seven notes about the upcoming CSA changes.
  3. German company xChange is tackling the expensive issue of re-positioning empty containers by digitizing the process.
  4. Kim Young-moo, Vice Chairman of the Korea Shipowners Association, has strongly recommended that HMM and SM Line consider a merger lest they risk going bankrupt as Hanjin did last year.
  5. The Port of Jacksonville welcomes its first ZIM vessel.
  6. Florida International Terminal (FIT) is opening a 32-acre container terminal at Port Everglades.
  7. Crowley christens their new liquefied natural gas-powered ship “El Coquí”, which will server the Puerto Rican trade line.

Source:  Bob Griffin, First Coast Logistics

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