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Hanjin Shipping Chairwoman visits Seattle

Hanjin's Chairwoman Choi meets with the Port of Seattle to commemorate the successful extension of TTI's T46 lease for an additional 10 years until 2025.  Port of Seattle executives including CEO, Tay Yoshitani hosted dinner for Madam Choi, Hanjin and TTI to celebrate the momentous occasion!  ...view more >>
LA, Long Beach Ports to P3: Bring 'Em On

Ports could face a logistical nightmare when Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Co. and CMA CGM next year flood the U.S. East and West coasts with big containerships as part of their new P3 Network alliance, but Long Beach and Los Angeles are taking the news in stride. "We will be able to handle them," said Ken Uriu, marketing manager at the Port of Long Beach. To add credibility to his assertion, Uriu showed a slide Thursday to the Harbor Transportation Club in Long Beach of three mega-ships berthed simultaneously at the TTI terminal. Two of the ships had capacities of 10,000 20-foot containers, and the third was a 12,000-TEU vessel.

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An Interview With Sr. VP And Chief Commercial Officer Frank Capo: Long Beach And Southern California is where the voIume is...

Outside the Total Terminals International (TTI) conference room, a massive container cargo ship was unloading its contents the equivalent of 10,000 20-foot cargo containers, or about twice as much cargo as the largest ships that can make it through the Panama Canal today can carry. And this isn't even the biggest ship that's come to call at TTI; the terminal has handled ships that are 40 percent larger than this. Massive is an apt word to describe what happens at the TTI facility in Long Beach. The largest ships operating in North America come to call at the modern, efficient terminal, which is equipped with on-dock rail and trucking gates.  Frank Capo, senior vice president and chief commercial officer for TTI, described the operation, its roots and future with the Port of Long Beach in a recent interview, as the unloading and disbursement operation of the monumental ship unfolded in the background.

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Hanjin Shipping Chairwoman Visits Long Beach

Madam Choi, Chairwoman of Hanjin Shipping visited with local Hanjin and TTI personnel in Long Beach as part of a tour which included New York and Phoenix.  ...view more >>
Hanjin Shipping has announced today that it is adding an addiitonal lane to its current U.S. West Coast services.

JPX (Japan & Pacific South Express) Service, which is the first direct lane between Japan and the U.S. West Coast will commence in May with 5 of 3,400TEU class ships deployed by the Grand Alliance (NYK, OOCL, Hapag-Lloyd) partners. 

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CKYH to launch new Transpacific Link

The CKYH partners (COSCO/K Line/Yang Ming/Hanjin) are to launcha transpacific service connecting Singapore, Cai Mep, Hong Kong, Yantian and Ningbo to Long Beach and Oakland, coming back Singapore via Busan, Shanghai, Ningbo, Hong Kong and Yantian.

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Long Beach prepares for Pacific ultra-large boxship switch


SEVERAL of the worlds biggest containerships are being quietly shifted to the Pacific in a move that could place freight rates under further pressure just as ocean carriers and shippers start to negotiate annual service contracts.

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What's going to happen to your chassis?

If you ship containers through U.S. ports, you can thank Malcom McLean for setting the precedent of wheeled terminal operations that have been taken somewhat for granted for the past 55 years....view more >>
Hanjin Shipping to receive first 10,000TEU class containership!

Named - Hanjin Korea , unlike the company's container vessels usually named after different cities around the world, is the first of the series of five 10,000TEU class ships ordered from Samsung Heavy Industries. Hanjin Korea is equipped with a fuel-efficient and eco-friendly engine that can reduce both fuel consumption and CO2 emission...view more >>
Four carriers to jointly launch new service from Asia to South America West Coast

China Shipping Container Lines (CSCL), Hanjin Shipping (HJS), CMA CGM S.A. (CMA CGM) and Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) are pleased to announce the joint launch of a new direct service from Asia to South America West Coast starting from the middle of September...view more >>
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