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ICT Report 2009/11
The new, up-dated and expanded WorldCargo News compilation on ICT in cargo handling and port management covers news and development from this fast-moving sector. Taken from WCN coverage February 2009 to February 2011. Click here for more information.
2008/9 ICT Report
The new, up-dated and expanded WorldCargo News report on ICT in cargo handling and port management covers latest news and development from this fast-moving sector. Taken from WCN coverage 2008/9. Click here for more information.
WCN's 14th Annual Ship-to-Shore Crane Survey
The 14th Annual STS Crane Survey has been published as part of the July 2007 issue of WorldCargo News. The Survey, which runs to over 10,000 words and includes extensive tables and statistics, covers the period July 2006-June 2007. Click here for more information.
2006 Dry Freight and Reefer Container Manufacturing Report
Although dry freight container manufacturers have experienced a more productive year in 2006, pricing remains volatile and demand uncertain. They are also coping with rising overcapacity as further new plant capacity is brought on stream. Click here for more information.
2007 ICT Report
The new, up-dated and expanded WorldCargo News report on ICT in cargo handling and port management covers latest news and development from this fast-moving sector. Taken from WCN coverage 2006/7. Click here for more information.
2006 WorldCargo News Report on Yard Gantry Crane Manufacture
Global RTG output is set to rise 40% this year. However, there are proportionally fewer orders due for completion in 2007. Click here for more information.
WCN's 13th Annual Ship-to-Shore Crane Survey: July 2005 – June 2006
The 13th Annual STS Crane Survey was published as part of the July 2006 issue of WorldCargo News. The Survey, which runs to over 10,000 words and includes extensive tables and statistics, covers the period July 2005-June 2006. Click here for more information.
Bulk Materials International
Bulk Materials International Online is the one-stop site for bulk handling and transportation professionals worldwide.
BMIOnline offers the web's most comprehensive resource for news and features on the world of cargo handling and transportation and is carefully indexed to allow you to browse for the information you need. Like all WCN Publishing publications, you can also subscribe to BMIOnline's free two-weekly email newsletter. Visit BMIOnline at www.bulkmaterialsinternational.com
Container Terminal Planning
A major study by Dr Itsuro Watanabe from Container System Technology.
This 245-page study is an in-depth analysis of capacity constraints, productivity, selectivity and flexibility of different container handling systems in terminals of different types and sizes: common-users or dedicated; hub centre (transshipment and/or relay) or import/export vocation; gateway or feeder port; intermodal rail or truck distribution inland; with or without CFS, etc. Read more and buy on-line: click here
China Logistics Development Report 2010
As the global financial crisis of the developed world led China's export-oriented economy to slow, the logistics sector still retained impressive growth figures - overall industry value reached CNY 95 trillion in 2009 - a rise of almost 5 percent. The China Logistics Development Report 2010, produced by China Intelligence Online, contains data, information and analysis essential for a thorough understanding of the world's most dynamic logistics market.
For further information click here. WorldCargo News readers will benefit from a 20% discount from the full price. To order please contact email@example.com
Guides to Food Transport
The Transport Guides are invaluable to anybody connected with the handling of perishables. Improper or careless handling of foodstuffs during manufacture, storage and transportation can lead to damaged cargoes and extensive losses. This inadvertent destruction is often due to incorrect temperatures and humidity settings.The Guide to Food Transport - Fruit and Vegetables was prepared with know-how of Bioteknisk Institut and the Technical University of Denmark.The Guide to Food Transport - Fish, Meat and Dairy Products was prepared with know-how from Danish Meat Products Laboratory and Danish Meat Research.The Guide to Food Transport - Controlled Atmosphere was prepared by Dr. Margrethe Serek of the Royal Veterinary & Agricultural University of Copenhagen and Dr. Michael Reid of University of California in Davis.
The information was combined with the know-how of shippers and manufacturers possessing extensive background and experience in refrigerated transportation. The guides are available from Mercantila Publishers.
For more information on these invaluable guides, including sample pages, and to order online please go to www.gtft.dk.