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Labor contract in NY; Chassis pool for GA/SC; CMA/CGM, HL Merger and Growth in Virginia; Record Imports in July overall – Tariff Impacts will be Slow to Impact Global Supply Chains

We thought you might be interested in the following “Transportation Happenings” for the week ending July 13th: The ILA and the NY Shipping Association have announced that they have reached a tentative 6 year labor contract. MAERSK/MSC have reduced their Asia/North…

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Matson Christens largest US containership (Inouye); Few Voices Against UAE Based Gulftainer Buying Port of Wilmington DE; Ft. Lauderdale Green Lights 3 Post Panamax Gantry Crane Purchase; FMCSA Invites Comment on Military-Trained CDL Holders Under 21 Driving Interstate; MSC and Maersk Slowing, Modifying Ship Rotations to Improve Reliability

We thought you might be interested in the following “Transportation Happenings” for the week of July 6th: The Port of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (Port Everglades) has authorized the purchase of 3 container gantry cranes which will give the port the…

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NY/NJ Port volumes continue up; SC and GA Ports’ chassis pool proposal praised; TRAC adds 16,000 chassis to fleet; CMA/CGM’s sensing container tracking; Congress introduces bill to mandate ship inspections (to prevent another El Faro); Maersk rescues migrants off Italy, delayed permission to offload

We thought you might be interested in the following “Transportation Happenings” for the week of June 22nd: The proposed chassis pool of the Ports of South Carolina and Georgia is receiving high praise. The Port of NY/NJ continues its growth.…

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RoadOne Acquires First Coast Logistics

Randolph, Massachusetts – Bright Light Partners, the holding company for RoadOne IntermodaLogistics, as well as Quality Logistics Services doing business as American and U.S. IntermodaLogistics, expands its intermodal drayage and logistics operations with the acquisition of First Coast and Mile…

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Moves from Many Container Lines, Ports and the Government this week: Evergreen and Hyundai pull out of ATL, Crowley starts feeder to San Juan, Maersk and CMA/CGM levy bunker surcharge; FMCSA allows Parking Flexibility; Plus New Cranes at SC Ports, GenSet Chassis for Trac Intermodal

EVERGREEN and HYUNDAI have withdrawn from all TransAtlantic Services.  (See Attached). South Carolina Ports Authority is in the process of purchasing 26 Yard Handling Cranes from KONE.  24 of these cranes will be put in to Wando Terminal which should…

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