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Sun rises on Cargo Shop 2010

March 25 - South Asia's authoritative international exposition and conference focusing on breakbulk, heavy lift and project forwarding, started today at Mumbai's World Trade Centre and Hotel Taj President.

The event, at which HLPFI has a booth, comprises an exhibition, which runs until March 27 at the World Trade Centre, as well as a concurrent high-powered conference having the theme 'Break Bulk & Heavy Lift: Opportunities in Emerging Markets' which takes place at the nearby Hotel Taj President.

Representatives from major breakbulk, heavy lift and project forwarding companies, as well as associated logistics segments, from overseas as well as India, are present at the event.

The four business sessions of the conference focus on an entire range of issues connected with the theme, under the topics 'Global outlook for breakbulk and heavy lift transportation: Issues and trends'; 'The potential for breakbulk and heavy lift cargo in emerging markets'; 'Modal perspectives and infrastructural issues in breakbulk and heavy lift cargo transportation' and 'Issues in breakbulk and heavy lift transportation: Finance, risk management, environment and training.'

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USA ends steel and aluminium tariffs on Canada and Mexico

May 24 - The USA is removing steel and aluminium tariffs imposed on Canada and Mexico under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, with all retaliatory tariffs on US goods and any pending litigation also coming to an end.
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Maxim names duo for Pacific Northwest

May 24 - Maxim Crane Works has appointed Travis Wilt and Alex Clark to lead the expansion of its services in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. 
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PPG restructures training course

May 24 - The Project Professionals Group (PPG) has restructured its project cargo forwarding training course into a one-day format.
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