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The United States needs Pacific rim collaborations

A Bi-partisan authored Congressional report says the United States has fallen far behind China in shipping and shipbuilding and needs to make the long-term investment to catch up.

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Equinor says Scotland floating wind turbine flaw has been repaired

Defective bearings in wind turbines powering the first floating offshore floating wind farm, located off the coast of Scotland, have been replaced, according to the Norwegian wind farm operator Equinor.

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Yusen Terminals faces tough road to zero emissions: Part II

On June 25th Alan McCorkle, President and CEO of Yusen Terminals located at the Port of Los Angeles showcased the acquisition of new battery-powered top handlers that will speed the transition from diesel technology to zero emission technology.

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Yusen Terminals’ McCorkle says zero emission transition is expensive but will result in long-term savings: Part I

In an interview with AJOT, McCorkle provided a very detailed breakdown of the challenges facing a marine terminal transitioning from diesel to zero emissions but concluded that the transition would eventually save terminals money

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Bipartisan ‘National Maritime Strategy’ warns U.S. is far behind China

Republican and Democratic Congressional representatives recently issued the Congressional Guidance for a National Maritime Strategy.

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Port of Kaohsiung Advances Terminal Modernizations

During a briefing for AJOT by Port officials on June 14th, the following upgrades to the Port’s infrastructure were emphasized

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Southern California ports’ importance for U.S. trade and jobs

The Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles are the core of the largest trade complex in North America and support jobs nationwide.

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Wan Hai Lines’ Chen says carrier following its own path

In an exclusive interview with AJOT at Wan Hai’s corporate headquarters in Taipei, Chen said that Wan Hai, Evergreen, and Yang Ming continue to invest in their container terminal assets because of growing imports into Taiwan...

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Cal Maritime may be merged with Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

The growing financial crisis facing the California State University Maritime Academy has resulted in a proposal to merge the Maritime Academy with California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo...

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SSA’s DeNike’s farewell speech separates substance and form

Ed DeNike, President of Stevedoring Services of America (SSA) Containers, gave his last report to the Agriculture Transportation Coalition (AgTC) where he was honored for his fifty years of service...

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