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NOL to sell off APL Logistics Business Unit?
I have been reading many reports in the media regarding the news that Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) is planning to sell its logistics business unit – APL Logistics – in order to improve its performance. However, NOL issued a “Clarification on Media Report” stating that “These considerations are preliminary and exploratory in nature. There is […]

Transpacific Stabilization Agreement carriers announce September 1 rate hike
Member container shipping companies in the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement have announced an across the board general rate increase (GRI) of $600 per FEU to all destinations. Reason for the planned GRI is due to continued strong demand and high vessel utilization levels in the past few months. They anticipate the strong demand lasting through September. […]

Remote Controlled Container Ships
Lots of buzz recently regarding the use of drones to revolutionize the supply chain industry. Google is apparently developing driverless cars and Amazon.com earlier this year announced future plans to implement a drone delivery service. The latest in the unmanned transportation arena is the announcement by Rolls Royce regarding the possibility of remote controlled ocean […]

Maersk Line Revives Sealand Name
Maersk Line recently announced the the formation of a regional containerized shipping company that will service the intra-Americas region. The name of the new affiliate will be called Sealand. According to a Maersk Line press release, the new affiliate will operate similar to the company’s other regional carriers including; intra-Asia carrier MCC Transport and intra-Europe […]

Global Airfreight Volumes Up Slightly
I have been so focused on the international ocean market lately that it has been quite sometime since I posted anything airfreight related.  I recently read a press release from IATA.org that showed a modest increase in global airfreight volumes. Data release by IATA showed a 1.2 percent increase in global airfreight volumes in June […]

2013 Peak Season Fast Approaching
  It’s that time of year again; the Peak Season shipping season is nearly here.  The topic of PSS during my contract negotiations this past April was an interesting one in that many of my carriers were willing to add a no PSS clause into our contracts.  Prior year’s contract negotiations were much more difficult […]

China Value Added Tax (VAT) Cai Shui No. 37
  I received numerous notifications from my logistics providers today in regards to the Chinese Government’s Circular No. 37 (Cai Shui [2013] No. 37) on “Tax Policy Regarding Nationwide Implementation of VAT Pilot Program on Transportation and Modern Services Sectors”.  This new tax policy has been issued jointly by the Ministry of Finance (MOF) and […]

APL, ANL, Hanjin Shipping to Launch Joint Intra-Asia Service
APL, ANL and Hanjin Shipping recently joined forces to offer a new weekly service covering Asia, Australia and New Zealand. The new service, with an expected launch date of September 1, 2013, will be called the New Zealand – Asia Express (NAX) service and will operate via a vessel sharing agreement between the three companies.  […]

Retailers Unite to Form Bangladesh Worker Safety Initiative
An alliance of 17 North American retailers has been formed to improve factory safety conditions for workers in Bangladesh. The new initiative aimed at increasing factory and worker safety calls for 100 percent inspections of all member factories within the first year, common safety standards to be developed within the next three months; inspections results […]

Media release: TOC CSC EUROPE
Media release: TOC CSC EUROPE   Big box shippers gather to assess global outlook for oceanfreight and landside container logistics at 38th TOC Europe Conference & Exhibition    America Chung Nam, Heineken, Heinz, IKEA, Shop Direct and Stanley Black & Decker among leading cargo owners confirmed to take part at TOC Container Supply Chain Europe […]
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Tryon 2018: 438 Days and Looking Good!
Wanted to say that I like what Tryon has done for their title logo for the Games, simplistic but catchy, so far that is the vibe I get from the information I am seeing.  That gives me a good feeling about how these Games are going to go because its easy for these kind of […]

Rolex has left the building!
The news came out today and I can’t say I didn’t know it was the likely outcome but the reality that Rolex is no longer the title sponsor of, “The Kentucky Three Day Event”, which just doesn’t have the ring of “The Rolex” is bitter sweat.  My first Rolex was 1994 and I always dreamed […]

Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event 2017 Results
Jung Scores A Three-Peat at Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, Presented by Land Rover Lexington, KY, April 30, 2017-In the 39-year history of the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, presented by Land Rover, only three riders have ever managed to win two years in a row. But Michael Jung made history by winning the 2017 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event for a third consecutive time aboard FischerRocana FST. The German duo lowered one rail in show jumping to finish on 42.7 penalties, just ahead of France's Maxime Livio and Qalao Des Mers in second (44.6) and England's Zara Tindall and High Kingdom in third (46.6).

2018 World Equestrian Games: Volunteers Requested
Volunteer for the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Tryon, North Carolina.

Equestrian Events, Inc. Names 2017 Official Charity; Increases Donations to Local Organizations
Equestrian Events, Inc. (EEI), producer of the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, has chosen Central Kentucky Riding for Hope as the official charity of the 2017 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event.

Kentucky Withdrawls from the 2022 Bid Process
It is with significant disappointment that I report that the Kentucky Horse Park Commission voted earlier today to withdraw its bid to host the 2022 FEI World Equestrian Games.  The primary reasons offered for this decision center around $12 million in deferred maintenance expenses that needed to be addressed before considering the capital needs for […]

Happy New Year 2017 ; Kentucky in the Hunt for 2022 World Equestrian Games
Happy New Year to everyone on this mild Winter day in Kentucky, Spring is now just around the corner. The big story to start the year is Kentucky’s bid to host the 2022 World Equestrian Games, which if successful in our bid would make Lexington the first city to host it twice.  The timing is […]

Tryon International Equestrian Center decked out for the Holidays.
There looks to be lots going on in the month of December at the Tryon International Equestrian Center and they have the place all decked out for the Holidays.  We continue to hear good things about the plans for the 2018 World Equestrian Games with only 648 days until the start on September 10, 2018. […]

Tyron wins bid to host the 2018 World Equestrian Games.
The FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2018 will be held at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in North Carolina (USA) from 10 to 23 September 2018. The FEI Bureau today unanimously agreed that the Games should be awarded to Tryon, meaning that the FEI’s flagship event remains in North America, following the withdrawal of Bromont (CAN) […]

2022 WEG Update
Notable Reports from KEEP Conference (10/21/2016) At the recent KEEP Industry Conference the new executive director of the Kentucky Horse Park, Laura Prewitt said, confirmed plans to bid on the 2022 World Equestrian Games. The Horse Park was host to the 2010 WEG, the first time it was held outside Europe. By the numbers:  Dr. Jill […]
 
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