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February 1, 2017


Is Scrapping the Solution for Overcapacity?

The Loadstar reports that, according to industry analyst Alphaliner, at least 100 panamax-class containerships need to be scrapped if owners expect to see charter rates return to break-even levels. The classic panamax – ships of 4,000-5,100 teu – has struggled with…

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January 27, 2017


BIS Issues New Regulatory Requirement for Hong Kong

BIS Issues New Regulatory Requirement for Hong Kong On January 19, 2017, BIS published new regulatory requirements pertaining to Hong Kong. For additional information, please review the rule or the Frequently Asked Questions.

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January 27, 2017


CBP Announces Revenue Modernization

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has launched a multi-year, phased initiative to modernize the way it collects duties, taxes, and fees. The initiative will focus on eliminating inefficiencies such as collecting money through cash and checks, which can create delays.

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January 27, 2017


Census Bureau Debuts New Exports Compliance Seminar

With all of the recent changes in the export environment, the U.S. Census Bureau has revised its AES Compliance Seminar outreach program. The new program features relevant topics and insight in the current export environment as well as exports in…

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January 24, 2017


Post-Brexit Britain Unveils New Industrial Strategy

The Loadstar reports that a green paper published on January 23 outlines UK government proposals for a new national industrial strategy. Freight and supply chain representatives are eager to see if the proposals will boost the logistics sector.

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January 24, 2017


Department of Agriculture Seeks Public Input on Regulations

The Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is accepting comments through March 20 on a proposed rule that would ease restrictions on the importation of certain types of plant pests, biological control agents, and foreign soil.

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January 24, 2017


Happy Year of the Rooster!

EMO Trans China offices will be closed from Friday, January 27 to Thursday, February 2. The offices will resume work on Friday, February 3.

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