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  1. ProducerPaul Dickinson

    Paul Dickinson

    19/10/2016
    Security Seals
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  2. ProducerFernando Santa Isabel Llanos
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  3. Bill Stankiewicz
    SUPPLY CHAIN NEWS BY BILL STANKIEWICZ, AS KINARD IS READY WITH NEW TRANSLOAD FACILITY ONLINE IN SAVANNAH IN 2017 :
    Bill Stankiewicz
    How Megaships Are Changing The Shipping Industry And Reshaping Ports - iContainers
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    Bill Stankiewicz
    30/08/2016 #3 Bill Stankiewicz
    KEY TAKE AWAYS::: The Disadvantages Are Land-Side

    To stay competitive, megaships must be deployed on trade routes where they contribute to an efficient logistics chain. In 2015, this was largely the Asia-Europe routes. This resulted in a cascading effect on other trade routes, as smaller and older vessels get re-deployed elsewhere. The limitations of ports and land-side operations inhibit the cost-savings of large-scale vessels. A 2015 analysis by shipping consultant company Drewry showed shrinking savings and growing inflexibility due to large vessels. Big ship carriers often expect that, for the sake of efficiency, terminals should be able to completely unload megaships within a day. This imposes challenges on ports and stress the whole logistics chain has to bear.

    The increased demand on turnaround time has to be satisfied by ports. Megaships introduce new levels of congestion and activity and require more land, and more labor or higher automation (leading to possible loss of jobs). Ports are the ones looking at how to finance the necessary upgrades.
    Megaships introduce costs that are likely to eat up savings. Additional costs include dredging, quay walls and infrastructure adaptations such as crane updates, bigger yards or rail and trucking connections.
    Megaships bring times of high and low activity to ports. This forces new levels of flexibility on the rest of the supply chain. During peak times, demand and stress on labor and equipment are high, only to ebb off the rest of the time.
    Shippers and ports are at risk due to large vessels. Shippers need to rely on lines for continued service. Ports fear losing large amounts of cargo business when shipping lines or alliance change port allegiance.
    Bill Stankiewicz
    30/08/2016 #2 Bill Stankiewicz
    The trend started years ago when major shipping companies raced to build and operate large-capacity ships. Currently, the term ‘megaship’ is largely-used for vessels with a capacity of 18,000 TEU (or over). But the quest does not stop there. 2016 saw a sustained demand for large-scale vessels; companies are already ordering the next generation of megaships. Major maritime consultants agree that 24,000 TEU vehicles will be the new standard and become operational in 2020.
    Bill Stankiewicz
    30/08/2016 #1 Bill Stankiewicz
    Many USA Ports are making big changes to get ready for bigger ships.
  4. Bill Stankiewicz
    SUPPLY CHAIN NEWS FROM SAVANNAH, MANY NEW JOBS BECOMING AVAILABLE IN WAREHOUSING & TRANSPORTATION.
    Bill Stankiewicz
    SAVANNAH WAREHOUSE SPACE,NOW ADDING 3.6 MILLION SQUARE FEET, Bill Stankiewicz, Regional Vice President at A&S; Kinard Company
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    Bill Stankiewicz
    01/08/2016 #1 Bill Stankiewicz
    Thanks JohnJohn White, @John White, MBA!!
  5. ProducerDepartamento Comercial -Linguaserve
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  6. Achraf HARRAS

    Achraf HARRAS

    24/06/2016
    Achraf HARRAS
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  7. Bill Stankiewicz
    SHIPPING TRENDS , RORO Pics of ENGINE ROOM SHARED BY BILL STANKIEWICZ :::
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  8. Bill Stankiewicz
    SHIPPING TRENDS & WWL SHIPS: GREAT VESSELS, I HAVE TOURED THEIR NEW SHIPS WHEN DOCKED HERE IN SAVANNAH, REGARDS, BILL STANKIEWICZ
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  9. Bill Stankiewicz
    SHORT SEA SHIPPING TRENDS SHARED BY BILL STANKIEWICZ
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  10. ProducerBill Stankiewicz
    Connecting The Dots by Bill Stankiewicz, Savannah, Georgia Supply Chain Guy
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    Bill Stankiewicz
    03/06/2016 #1 Bill Stankiewicz
    Many thanks Javier Cámara @Javier beBee !! Hope your expansion projects are going well here in the USA?
  11. Bill Stankiewicz
    Cross-Docking: Receiving Dock Direct to Shipping Dock
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  12. Bernardo Toro

    Bernardo Toro

    20/04/2016
    Bernardo Toro
    Tarifas para contenedores de Asia a Sur América no siguen tendencia mundial
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  13. Bernardo Toro

    Bernardo Toro

    10/04/2016
    Bernardo Toro
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