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Australia/ Indonesia: Tropical Cyclone Frances (29U, 17S) 27/1200Z nr 11.0S 128.3E, moving WSW 10 kt (Darwin TCWC) - Published 27 Apr 2017 1506z (GMT/UTC)

Tropical Cyclone Frances (29U, 17S)

Intensity Category 1 Cyclone Frances is moving southwest across the Timor Sea tonight and is slowly intensifying (BOM NT TCWC) 2,139 more words

NEWS

Shipping To Costa Rica After Some Thorough Research

Whenever you are dealing with the right Shipping to Costa Rica, you can catch up with experts. That calls for some serious research.

Whenever you are trying to ship to Costa Rica, you have to get your items relocated to the new destination as well. 234 more words

Shipping

Time for an update/recap!

So, I’ve been on Etsy roughly two weeks now and I need to do a recap for my own sanity!!!

What have I learnt so far? 566 more words

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Troubled Yang Ming says trading stops while it seeks recapitalisation

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TAIPEI, Apr 27 (FAM) – Taiwan’s troubled Yang Ming Transport Corp in a customer advisory said it suspended trading on the Taiwan Stock Exchange from April 20 to May 3 to work on a recapitalisation plan. 21 more words

TRANSPORT

Microsoft Claims Shipping Giant Maersk as Big Cloud Win

Score one for Microsoft Azure in its battle for big, industrial cloud customers. Maersk , the world’s largest shipping company, says it will use Azure cloud services to fuel its IT modernization efforts. 773 more words

Tech

Shanghai congested ahead of May rate rises

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SHANGHAI, Apr 26 (FAM) – The world’s largest container port in Shanghai is continuing to struggle with congestion as shippers rush to load cargo ahead anticipated rate rises at the start of May. 97 more words

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Mega container arrivals will benefit California ports

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LONG BEACH, Apr 26 (FAM) – The growing number of mega container ships that are being delivered to ocean container carriers in 2017 and beyond are bound to benefit West Coast ports, including Long Beach, Los Angeles and Oakland, because “there are no ports on the East Coast and Gulf, at present, that can handle ships of this size,” Beacon Economics’ international trade advisor said. 62 more words

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