Exports

By Patrick Burnson · January 16, 2012
The United States exported $177.8 billion in goods and services in November, 2011, according to data released late last week by the Bureau of Economic Analysis of the U.S. Commerce Department.
By Patrick Burnson · December 28, 2011
Despite economic challenges in the U.S., now is the time for calculated risk.
By Patrick Burnson · December 28, 2011
A new survey shows more needs to be done to educate small- and mid-sized businesses on the potential of engaging in global trade.
By Jeff Berman · November 17, 2011
Spurred by strong export growth, October volumes at the Port of Los Angeles were solid on a year-over-year basis on the heels of an uneven September the month before.
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By George Kokoris · August 19, 2011
According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, roughly 96 percent of the world’s consumers live outside the United States – holding two-thirds of the world’s purchasing power.
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By George Kokoris · August 3, 2011
This white paper discusses the challenges facing exporters as they attempt to comply with export regulations in the US and globally. The report provides examples of how leading exporters are overcoming these challenges by effectively using compliance automation to reduce the multitude of risks surrounding international trade.
<p>Companies in Canada can seem so similar to us that differences are forgotten or ignored with unanticipated and unprofitable consequences. Discover how to “minimize the border” and reduce your risk with “7 Reasons Shipping to Canada Shouldn’t Be A Pain in the Neck.</p> WHITE PAPER
By George Kokoris · April 11, 2011
The current trade environment makes U.S. exports into Canada very attractive. But, as any logistics professional can tell you, taking advantage of this opportunity is not as easy as it seems. Companies in Canada can seem so similar to us that differences are forgotten or ignored with unanticipated and unprofitable consequences. Discover how to “minimize the border” and reduce your risk with “7 Reasons Shipping to Canada Shouldn’t Be A Pain in the Neck.
By Patrick Burnson · January 14, 2011
California’s exporters racked up another impressive performance in November, even while failing to keep pace with growth in the overall U.S. export trade
By Patrick Burnson · December 27, 2010
The World Shipping Council and the International Chamber of Shipping are urging the International Maritime Organization to establish an international legal requirement that all loaded containers be weighed at the marine port facility before they are stowed aboard a vessel for export
By Patrick Burnson · December 21, 2010
This week’s announcement of a new ocean cargo service linking China to Oakland comes at a time when the port is making a remarkable outreach effort, with significant “cold chain” implications
By Patrick Burnson · December 21, 2010
The newest trans-Pacific ocean carrier, Hainan P O Shipping Co., Ltd. (P O Shipping) has expanded its services with a call connecting Oakland with five major ports in China
By Patrick Burnson · December 14, 2010
Even though California’s economic recovery remains a work in progress, Golden State exporters turned in their best performance ever for the month of October.
By Patrick Burnson · December 13, 2010
The CMA CGM Figaro made its second call late last week, signaling a sign of things to come
By Patrick Burnson · December 10, 2010
To no one’s surprise, The National Industrial Transportation League (NITL) announced its profound disappointment late last week in the Federal Maritime Commission?s (FMC) conclusions reached in the agency’s “Fact Finding Investigation No. 26.
By Jeff Berman · December 10, 2010
In a sign that the White House’s push to increase United States export activity is gaining some traction, data released by the Department of Commerce stated that total October exports of $158.7 billion and imports of $197.4 billion resulted in a goods and services deficit of $38.7 billion.

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