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Amerijet Completes IATA’s CEIV Pharma Recertification

Amerijet International Airlines has completed its IATA Center of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV) Pharma recertification for the handling of temperature-controlled healthcare and life science products. IATA’s CEIV pharma certification is independently validated and ensures that all certified stakeholders meet or exceed the global standards set forth by IATA Temperature Control Regulations (TCR), European Union Good Distribution Practices (EU GDP), World Health Organization and the United States Pharmacopeia standards. ... [+]

Connell Rail Interchange Project Reaches Important Milestone

Track and Infrastructure Design is 100% Completed Representatives of the Washington State Department of Transportation have recently indicated to the Connell Rail Interchange Coalition that the Connell Rail Interchange Project has reached an important milestone - the track and infrastructure design for the Connell Rail ... [+]

SC Ports’ Leatherman Terminal on track for 2021 opening

Construction of the Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal is on schedule for a March 2021 opening The opening of the container terminal will be a major accomplishment for S.C. Ports and the Southeast logistics network. Phase One will propel S.C. Ports into the future with its ... [+]

Volkswagen renews commitment to Jacksonville

Volkswagen Group of America (VWGoA) and JAXPORT partner AMPORTS have reached an agreement to keep VWGoA’s import facility and Southeastern distribution center in Jacksonville. VWGoA’s Jacksonville operations support 100 area jobs. One of the world's leading automobile manufacturers, VWGoA began shipping through JAXPORT in 2015 when it moved its Southeast U.S. ... [+]

WFS Wins 5-year Air France KLM Martinair Cargo Contract

Worldwide Flight Services’ (WFS) investment in state-of-the-art facilities as part of its long-term commitment to Brussels Airport has earned the world’s largest cargo handling company a new five-year contract with Air France KLM Martinair Cargo. Under the terms of the agreement, which commences this month, ... [+]

Air Cargo Continued ‘Gradual but Consistent Recovery’ in July

Global air cargo volumes continued to show a ‘gradual but consistent’ month-on-month recovery in July, increasing by 8% over June, according to the latest air cargo market analysis by CLIVE Data Services. The growth in chargeable weight last month – normalised for the fact that July has one more ... [+]

First of its kind LNG-powered vehicle carrier calls JAXPORT

The Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) recently welcomed Siem Confucius, the world’s first vehicle carrier of its size operated by cleaner, greener liquefied natural gas (LNG). The vessel arrived at JAXPORT from Veracruz, Mexico and unloaded factory-new Volkswagen Group of America cars and SUVs at the port’s ... [+]

Louisiana, USACE Sign Agreement

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards and other top Louisiana officials have signed a formal agreement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to begin construction on the deepening of the Lower Mississippi River to 50 feet from 45 feet. This project will provide deep draft ... [+]

Pennsylvania Export Cargo Ships via PhilaPort’s Tioga Marine Terminal

KMX recently completed the transportation of a series of large, heavy pieces of machinery for a Lehigh Valley manufacturer. The equipment was loaded for export on Atlantic Ro/Ro (ARRC) ships at PhilaPort’s Tioga Marine Terminal. KMX coordinated the US portion of the move, which ... [+]

Port Manatee advances $8.3 million expansion

Port Manatee is advancing an $8.3 million project to nearly double the size of its dockside container yard with approval July 28 of a construction contract by the Manatee County Port Authority. The container yard expansion, targeted for June 2021 completion, promises to add 9.3 ... [+]