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Global Importers Move their Business from West to East Coast Ports

Supply chains radically shift from Pacific to Atlantic ports in the first half of 2015. By Cori Rogers

July 16, 2015

Zepol found that a hefty chunk of businesses have switched from using Pacific to Atlantic and Gulf ports this year.

Total imports along the East Coast have increased by 15 percent, while import traffic on the West Coast is down 4 percent.

China is the leading ...

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World’s Second Largest Container Ship Arrives in the UK for the First Time

The Hong Kong-registered CSCL Globe, measuring more than 400m (1,312ft) in length, docked at Felixstowe at 12:30 GMT on Wednesday loaded with about 19,100 standard containers. By 24/7 Staff

The world’s second largest container ship, the Globe, is docking in Britain for the first time as it CONTINUES its maiden voyage (play video above). But how vast and powerful is it and how long until it’s superseded?

The Globe is more than 400m (1,312ft) long, the ...

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FedEx Isn’t Worried About Amazon or Uber Delivery

Having a uniformed person with proper identification showing up at your doorstep is an important issue for customers says Mike Glenn, executive vice president of FedEx. By Jillian D’Onfro

FedEx isn’t worried about Amazon or Uber usurping it as a delivery powerhouse.

The company delivered its Q4 earnings yesterday and on subsequent call, vice president Mike Glenn poo-pooed the new service Amazon’s reportedly testing to allow non-employees to deliver packages, without actually mentioning the company ...

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