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Gulf Shipper back issues
The threat of protectionism.
February 16, 2009... The accelerating freefall of the global economy in recent months has led to talk that we might be headed for a repeat of the Great Depression of the 1930s. The dynamics that led to that dark period in U.S. history, and how the shipping industry was and is impacted by market cycles are the...
Freedom from assets keeps middlemen viable.
February 23, 2009... BYLINE: PETER T. LEACH NVOs see opportunity to expand market share Like container carriers, ocean freight intermediaries are seeing their cargo volumes drop. But unlike the carriers, their bottom lines are not dragged into the red by ships that must be laid up or by expensive...
Capt. A.J. Gibbs elected chairman of Port of New Orleans Commissioners.
February 23, 2009... The board of commissioners of the Port of New Orleans this month elected Capt. A.J. Gibbs as its chairman, succeeding James Campbell, whose term had expired. Campbell will continue to serve as a commissioner. Capt. Gibbs is president of the Crescent River Port Pilots' Association,...
Goodbye, Gulf Shipper.
February 23, 2009... A look over the past 18 years That's all she wrote, folks. This is the last issue of Gulf Shipper. Subscribers will hereafter receive The Journal of Commerce, whose veteran editorial staff guarantee that the shipping and logistics industry in the Gulf will be covered with the same...
Goodbye to all that.
February 23, 2009... This is the final printed issue of Gulf Shipper, and the writers who have been bringing you the latest Gulf shipping and transportation industry news, along with the copy editors and production staff, join me in bidding adieu to the print version of our magazine. When I first started...