This is the newsletter for Ken Hamanaka Co., Inc. for December, 2019. We wished everyone a Happy New Year and looked ahead to the potential signing of the phase one US / China deal by both sides early next week.
This month we talked about Lew Coppersmith receiving the 2019 FTA Person of the Year award, the relocation of Coppersmith's Houston office and other topics of interest like US / China, USMCA and a ramping up of the Airbus dispute with the EU.
This edition of the semi-monthly Powell Points from CH Powell covers the US / China phase one agreement, port happenings in Baltimore and updates to the upcoming IMO 2020 deadline and more.
This edition of the Edward J. Zarach & Associates newsletter covers the US / China phase one agreement, agricultural news and a reminder about the upcoming CTPAT changes on January 1, 2020.
This edition of Eurocargo's semi-monthly newsletter touches on the issues of importance to their clients including US/China negotiations, potential additional duties for France's digital tax and holiday well-wishes.
Working with Meantime Communications, P:G crafted a press release detailing how Rock-it Cargo company Dietl International has purchased carbon offsets for 167 metric tonnes of air freight moved to Miami for Art Basel's December, 2019 exhibition.
TOC’s customers have had their supply chains impacted by inconsistent rail transit times from the West Coast to inland destinations. We wrote a blog post to explain what is happening and provide a primer on how rail works for both FCL and LCL cargo.
On July 30, 2019 the EPA reversed protections in favor of the proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay, AK. The move stripped protections from the Clean Water Act, spurring activists and commercial fishermen and locals tribes to speak out against the move.
After three difficult seasons, it seems that the California king salmon season has taken off and achieved the best numbers in a decade. However, we’re not
Climate change ecologist Thomas Crowther from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich has co-authored a study that shows the most effective
Hunting trophies arriving in Atlanta not destined for a USDA Approved Establishment must be examined at the airline before in-bond movement or delivery.