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. Questions COSCO’s Takeover of Long Beach Terminal -Report
A U.S. national security review has raised concerns about a takeover by China’s COSCO Shipping Holdings Co of a large container terminal in Long Beach, California, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday. The terminal is part of COSCO’s planned $6.3 billion deal to buy shipping firm Orient Overseas International Ltd (OOIL) , the Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
25th Infantry Division Soldiers Aid Relief Efforts on Hawaii Island Kauai
Army aviators and other soldiers with the 25th Infantry Division assisted emergency response efforts here for the island’s residents and tourists in the aftermath of recent heavy rainstorms and mudslide-producing flooding.
Panama Canal Tugboat Captains Locked in Heated Dispute with Management Over Safe Manning of Tugs
Panama Canal tugboat captains are locked in a heated dispute with the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) regarding the manning and safe operation of tugboats in the new Neopanamax locks. The dispute escalated in recent days since the ACP announced sanctions against some tugboat captains who the ACP accused of interrupting the performance of the Canal and causing economic loss by refusing to transit vessels on April 12.
Blockchain on Verge of Revolutionizing Shipping Industry
Globalization has brought the most advanced trading networks the world has seen, with the biggest, fastest vessels, robot-operated ports and vast computer databases tracking cargoes. But it all still relies on millions and millions of paper documents. That last throwback to 19th-century trade is about to fall.
Shipping Industry Switch to LNG Bunker Fuel Not Enough to Meet Strict Carbon Regulations – Analyst
Switching to liquefied natural gas (LNG) to fuel ocean-going vessels may not be enough for shippers to comply with long-term emissions regulations and they will have to find additional ways of reducing emissions, JBC Energy said on Tuesday.
The Portal's Mar/Apr Issue: MOVERS DOING GOOD
- HEADLINES / Terry R. Head
- Proud to Be a Mover?
- PORTAL FOCUS: MOVERS DOING GOOD
- Answering the Call of Those in Need / Joyce Dexter
- Contributors: Appenzeller-Transpack GmbH • Suddath • Arpin Van Lines • Cartwright International • Global Packing Mudancas Internacionals • La Rosa del Monte • Move For Hunger • National Van Lines • Schmidt Global Logistics BV • The Pasha Group • The Paxton Companies • Western Express • Terry Head • Will Kohudic • Julia O’Connor
- IAM Is Here to Help
- Walt Peniuk: Racing to the Here 2 Help Starting Line
- IAM Young Professionals (IAM-YP)
- Doing Good for Society and the Environment / Daniela Krumdiek
- Movers: Helping the World / Carlos Avalos
- YMC2018: A Gathering You Don’t Want to Miss!
- Military/Government Update
- DOD to Introduce New “Personal Property Prototype” System / Charles L. White
- IAM Looking Back
- IAM Hall of Honor History and Sweep Class Inductees / Rick Curry
- Portal Profile
- Aruba International Relocations: A Company on a Mission / Joyce Dexter
- Executive Suite
- The Case for Collaborative Leverage / Ray da Silva
- Customer Care Sets You Apart / Diane Ilieva
- Getting the Most Out of Your Company’s Data / Jason Hopkins
- Washington Update / Jim Wise and Bryan Vickers, PACE, LLC