Trade

By Patrick Burnson · July 9, 2012
While much of the money will be used to enhance the port’s rail network, there will also be substantial investment made to make Oakland more secure
By John D. Schulz · June 28, 2012
American businesses are on track to double exports by 2014, meaning million of new U.S. jobs that are fueling the overall economic recovery, according to a top Commerce Department official.
By Patrick Burnson · June 26, 2012
Each year the Agriculture Transportation Coalition surveys a broad and diverse cross-section of the U.S. agriculture and forest products exporters and importers, from all geographic locations, of virtually all dry and refrigerated products, via dry and refrigerated container, to determine the ocean carrier performance
By Patrick Burnson · June 25, 2012
Governments, shipping organizations, companies, ship owners and all other parties concerned are invited to promote and celebrate the day in an appropriate and meaningful manner.
By Patrick Burnson · June 23, 2012
All the major players are telling shippers the General Rate Increases (GRI’s) will not be jeopardized by competition offering deep discounts this year
By Patrick Burnson · June 22, 2012
Rodolfo R. Sabonge, Vice President of Market Research and Analysis with the Panama Canal Authority told Bay Area shippers that a wider Panama Canal will pose no threat to the Port of Oakland
By Patrick Burnson · June 19, 2012
In a recently completed survey that the American Association of Port Authorities initiated, U.S. seaport agencies and their private-sector partners plan to invest a combined $46 billion over the next five years in wide-ranging capital improvements to their marine operations and other port properties
By Patrick Burnson · June 15, 2012
DayFund.org is a website that presents donation opportunities to those who wish to help cure cancer and serves as a matchmaker for donors and cancer research centers.
By Patrick Burnson · June 11, 2012
In a preemptive move to protect its market share, the Los Angeles Harbor Commission adopted a 2012-13 fiscal year budget last week of approximately $954.1 million for the Port of Los Angeles.
By Patrick Burnson · June 7, 2012
Airlines for America is joining Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood in resistance to the application of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme
By Patrick Burnson · May 29, 2012
More than 80 per cent of small- to mid-size businesses are concerned about customs delays impacting their ability to properly manage their business
By Patrick Burnson · May 24, 2012
Dell and P&G were among five leading companies along with new contenders, Amazon and McDonald’s
By Patrick Burnson · May 16, 2012
Despite ongoing uncertainty in Europe, exports are expected to remain a driving force of Germany's economic strength
By Patrick Burnson · May 16, 2012
Expectations for second quarter and into third quarter are not high as many providers expect little increase in freight at best
By Patrick Burnson · May 15, 2012
When making a list of the several elements working against the competitive position of the Port of Oakland, we can now add one more: the San Francisco Bar Pilots

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