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Maritime transport via Montreal: expansion of the Contrecoeur terminal

This past February 1st, the Montreal Port Authority (MPA) unveiled its project to develop a new container terminal in Contrecoeur. This major project will support the growth of the container market, a sector that significantly impacts the economic development of Montreal, the province of Quebec, as well as Eastern Canada. …

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W.J. Jones

Understanding Incoterms and their complexities to facilitate your transactions

All import and export activities include the important notion of Incoterms. To make the right decisions, you should understand this complex aspect, as it will define, among other things, how your goods are transported. Contacting the experts at W. J. Jones will provide you with peace of mind, because they …

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W.J. Jones

A planning guide to cargo shipping during spring thaw

Whether you’re an importer or an exporter, making the right decisions will undoubtedly have an impact on costs and delivery times. And during spring thaw, when shipping logistics become a little more complicated, these decisions take on even more importance. The following tips should help you make informed decisions when …

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Insurance and freight: how to protect yourself against losses

Whether you’re importing or exporting goods, you shouldn’t underestimate the risk of losses and other damages during shipping. Although carriers have their own coverage, did you know that you also have certain responsibilities when it comes to insurance? Your carrier’s insurance is limited! Even after you’ve handed your goods over …

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Carriers

South Korean Court Is Considering Sale of Hanjin Shipping

By: Kyunghee Park | Sep 28 2016 at 03:04 AM | Liner Shipping The South Korean court overseeing Hanjin Shipping Co.’s receivership is considering a sale process for the entire container line, a month after the debt-laden company’s filing roiled supply chains worldwide.The Seoul Central District Court has called for …

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Carriers

Maersk May Target Hanjin, Hyundai in New Acquisition Plan

By: Christian Wienberg and Kyunghee Park | Sep 26 2016 at 11:52 PM | Liner Shipping  A.P. Moeller-Maersk A/S’s container line, which this month ditched a strategy of building new vessels and will instead try to grow through acquisitions, is targeting South Korea’s two biggest shipping firms, according to Jefferies …

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Carriers

Hanjin Gets $45 Million Credit Line From Korean State Lender

By: Kyunghee Park | Sep 22 2016 at 05:16 AM | Liner Shipping  Korea Development Bank, the main lender to Hanjin Shipping Co., offered a conditional credit line of 50 billion won ($45 million) to help ease supply-chain disruptions caused by the collapse of the nation’s biggest container mover. The …

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W.J. Jones

PMA and ILWU continue talks after existing contract expires

Negotiations for a new labor contract covering almost 20,000 dockworkers at 29 West Coast ports will continue even though the six-year labor agreement expired July 1, according to a joint statement from the Pacific Maritime Association and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union. Although there will be no contract extension, …

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