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Cargo, with a side of hornets, flies and crabs

GreenBiz 20 Jan 2022
In July federal agents in New Orleans abruptly ordered the 600-foot cargo ship Pan Jasmine to leave U.S ... These new arrivals, famously known as "murder hornets," first turned up in the Pacific Northwest in 2019, also likely via cargo ship ... by cargo ship ... A cargo ship is a mighty thing.
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On this day in 1906, Greek tycoon Aristotle Onassis was born

Greek City Times 20 Jan 2022
Shortly thereafter he realised that tobacco shipping generated more revenue, and went into the cargo ship business ... At the outbreak of World War II, he registered his fleet of cargo ships to Panama, which gave him tax-free status and reduced his overhead costs, making him one of the lowest cost shipping merchants in the world.
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Houston Ship Channel – A Big Winner to Help Strengthen Nation’s Supply Chain

The Maryville Daily Times 20 Jan 2022
“This investment in the Port of Houston will strengthen our nation’s largest port for waterborne tonnage, providing increased cargo handling efficiency and capacity, allowing for bigger ships and more cargo to pass through the channel, and ensuring the Port of Houston remains a strategic gateway for trade.
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Fines on shippers

Korea Times 20 Jan 2022
The Korea Fair Trade Commission has imposed a combined fine of 96.2 billion won ($80.7 million) on 23 shipping companies providing cargo services between Korea and Southeast Asia ... Before then, global shipping companies used to undercut prices to bring smaller firms to bankruptcy ...
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What is Container Ship Role of Container Ship in Transport

TeluguStop 20 Jan 2022
These ships help to carry cargo from ...
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Army Corps of Engineers gets $14B to help ease supply chains

Federal News Radio 20 Jan 2022
Among the projects being funded for the Army Corps of Engineers is $858 million to replace locks on the Ohio River so that water levels are high enough for large cargo ships ... Wednesday’s announcement includes $470 million for a new lock in Michigan that is key for shipping iron ore.
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US to invest $4bn in port and waterway infrastructure this year

Splash24/7 20 Jan 2022
The $4bn includes $858m to support the replacement of locks that keep water levels high enough for large cargo ships to pass through the upper Ohio River, west of Pittsburgh, as well as more than $470m to complete construction of a new lock along St.
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By Land and Sea - Chile Dealing with Surge of Creepy Marijuana

InSight Crime 20 Jan 2022
At sea, cargo containers are the most common smuggling technique ... To further help evade authorities, traffickers use fishing boats leaving Colombia or Peru headed for Chilean ports in the north and "luxury" yachts with greater freedom of movement and less regulation than cargo and fishing ships.
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China’s lockdown measures are leading to global supply chain shortages

Life Site 20 Jan 2022
While Neumann maintains that businesses and the shipping industry may be able to sidestep to some degree the logistical hurdles posed by the lockdowns, the end result is that the closures will likely result in shipping delays and increasingly empty shelves for consumers in North America.
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Eagle Bulk CEO Gary Vogel named CMA 2022 Commodore

Seatrade Maritime News 20 Jan 2022
Gary Vogel, CEO of Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc., has been named as the Connecticut Maritime Association (CMA) Commodore for the year 2022 ... Podcast.The decarbonisation debate at CMA Shipping 2021 ... Vogel has served as Chief Executive Officer and Director of Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc ... CMA Shipping ‘in-person’ event opens.
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Passenger volume grows at Ontario airport in 2021 but falls short of pre-pandemic level

Redlands Daily Facts 20 Jan 2022
However, the airport continues to experience steady increases in passengers and also in air cargo since the coronavirus pandemic began in March 2020 and airport officials are optimistic about 2022 ... As online orders increase, the air cargo carriers with hubs at ONT have seen an increase in cargo arriving and being shipped out.
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Port of Long Beach sets an annual record for cargo in 2021

Press Telegram 20 Jan 2022
The Port of Long Beach moved 9.38 million cargo containers last year, setting a new record amid an explosive period of growth because of a pandemic surge in imports ... The neighboring ports have seen an onslaught of container ships and cargo since mid-2020 — with no signs of the congestion easing up.
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The funniest Russian ship names

Beijing News 20 Jan 2022
Over its history, the Russian Navy has had many ships with truly weird names ... The 'Grozny' ("Terrible"), the 'Khrabry' ("Brave"), the 'Gromoboy' ("Thunderer") and the 'Besposhchadny' ("Merciless") - these Russian and Soviet navy ship names were supposed to inspire pride in the sailors who served on them and instill awe in their enemies.
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Hornblower buys pair of offshore vessels

Splash24/7 20 Jan 2022
... cargo and freight operations, and government and private maritime training activities. The ships were built at VT Halter Marine in Mississippi and commissioned by Marine Spill Response Company (MSRC) in response to the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
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