IAM Membership: Moving Forward, Together
The International Association of Movers represents more than 2,000 companies in over 170 countries. More than movers, these companies are partners and innovators in the delivery of moving, forwarding, shipping, logistics and related services. IAM affiliation increasingly signifies strength, trust, diversity, ethics, reliability and accountability.
U.S. House OKs Bill to Delay TWIC Deployment at High-Risk Facilities
The U.S. House of Representatives has approved legislation calling for a delay in deploying thousands of biometric readers for transportation security cards at the nation’s high-risk ports and commercial facilities. A companion bill in the U.S. Senate (S. 3094) has been referred out of committee but has yet to go to the floor for a vote.
South China, Southeast Asia waters lead global shipping losses, says Allianz review
The waters of South China and Southeast Asia have become the accident hotspot for global shipping, with 30 vessels, making up almost a third of the 94 losses worldwide coming from the region in 2017.
ReCAAP: Piracy Incident Reported in First Half of 2018 at Lowest Level in 10 Years
The number of maritime piracy incidents reported to the ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre in the first half of 2018 fell to its lowest number in the past 10 years, the agency reported Tuesday. From January to June 2018, ReCAAP had a total of 40 incidents reported, of which 29 were actual incidents while 11 were attempted cases. Among those, 37 (92%) were armed robbery against ships and three (8%) were categorized as piracy.
US - China trade war fallout sees 6.7% container capacity cut on transpacific
The Ocean Alliance and THE Alliance have joined the 2M alliance in cancelling strings on the transpacific. According to analyst Alphaliner the cuts equate to 6.7% of capacity deployed on the trade, or 21,300 teu per week.
Designer freighters with no pilots may become a reality, says Boeing strategy chief
Developments in technology and demand for freight capacity is enhancing the prospects of aircraft being designed solely to carry cargo.
The Portal's Jul/Aug Issue: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
- HEADLINES / Terry R. Head
- Bet on Winners and Maximize Your ROI
- PORTAL FOCUS: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
- Focusing on the Future ... with a Little Help from the Fund / Joyce Dexter
- Contributors: Briana Hawkins • Margaret Bodalski • Michael Simons • Ashley Saunders • Federico Presta • Susan Alvarez • Chasity King • Elad Gur-Arie • Emily Workman Tuttle • Daniel Piani • Katerina Mishustina • Kylie Mimnaugh
- IAM ANNUAL MEETING PREVIEW
- Leave Outdated Systems and Handwritten Inventories Behind / Erik Petterson and Brian Limperopulos
- Annual Meeting Program: An Sneak Peek
- IAM Here2Help: A Running Start at the IAM 56th Annual Meeting / Walt Penuik
- IAM Young Professionals (IAM-YP)
- Young Movers Sample Belgian Hospitality at 2018 YMC / Anne Van Gils
- Military/Government Update
- Daniel J. Bradley Joins IAM Staff, and Update on MyMove / Charles L. White
- IAM Looking Back
- 1979: The End of a Decade of Change for the Military Program / Rick Curry
- IAM Mobility Exchange
- Understanding Data Analytics in the Moving Industry, Part II: Google Analytics / Ray da Silva
- Maritime/Ocean Shipping
- Executive Suite
- FIDI and IAM Collaborate on Professional Cooperation Guidelines / Brian Limperopulos
- Movers Doing Good
- Speed to Value (S2V): A Multidimensional Approach to Realizing
- Value in the Back Office / Roberta Tamburrino
- Washington Update / Jim Wise and Bryan Vickers, PACE, LLC