|May 22 - Since reporting record-breaking import volumes volumes in 2012, the Port of Corpus Christi reports that wind energy market trends have reversed in 2013.|
May 22 - According to the latest Container Insight report from analyst Drewry, although slow-steaming continues to be a contentious issue with shippers, more is on the way as fuel prices remain stubbornly high and ocean carriers can no longer absorb the bill.
May 22 - Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) has appointed Les Morris its new senior vice president global sales.
|Napier acquires extra Terex lift|
|Drewry says slow-steaming to escalate|
|Trio moves 12,000 tonne platform|
|SCTEM Cameroon joins PCN|
|Logwin moves to new Hanoi facility|
|Morris joins ISS|
|Corpus Christi sees first wind energy cargo exports|
|Private investment surge for Brazilian ports|
|Dockwise Vanguard loads Jack/St Malo platform|
|RollDock marks first steel cut on new vessels|
|Clipper shifts turbines down under|
|Six international freight forwarding companies agree to plead guilty to price-fixing charges|
|CEA transports heavy equipment in Thailand|
|Dockwise accepts Boskalis takeover bid|
|ALE hauls Dutch farmhouse|
|First of eight for China Navigation|
Market Development Manager - The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation
The St Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation opened to navigation in 1959. The Great Lakes / St. Lawrence Seaway System has been a vital link in moving goods between the heartland of North America and international markets.
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