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China-USA Shipping

Posted By Julio Ullauri

Dear Friend,

Good day

 

This is Julio Cesar  from Ariel Cargo Export, Inc., in consideration of your international freight forwarding needs.

Our professional, one-stop logistical services include:
•       Sea/Air Import and Export;
•       Vendor Management;
•       Customs Declaration;
•       Trucking;
•       Warehousing;
•       Consolidation, plus much more!

1>. By air:

AOD AOL +1000kgs Flight T/T
Los Angeles,CA PEK $4.00/KGS Daily around 4-5 days
SZX $4.03/KGS Daily around 4-5 days
PVG $4.09/KGS Daily around 4-5 days
HKG $4.78/KGS Daily around 3-5 days
NEW YORK,NY PEK $4.20/KGS Daily around 4-5 days
SZX $4.35/KGS Daily around 4-5 days
PVG $4.30/KGS Daily around 4-5 days
HKG $4.35/KGS Daily around 5-6days
Miami,FL SZX $4.03/KGS Daily around 4-5 days
PVG $4.09/KGS Daily around 4-5 days
PEK $4.00/KGS Daily around 4-5 days
HKG $4.78/KGS Daily around 3-5 days
Remarks:
1.Above rates are subject to local charge which shoul be paid by china supplier
2.As you know,the airfreight is changeable every week,
Please kindly counter check the airfreight with us once goods are ready.

(más…)

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Air Maritime

Ariel Cargo Export News

Posted By Julio Ullauri

Dear Sir/Madam,

 

Ariel Cargo Export, Inc. is a full service third party logistics provider focused on global shipping lines. As a licensed Freight Forwarder in United States  and EcuadorAriel Cargo Export, Inc. offers services to customers who may desire to have their own contracts with steamship companies. In our capacity as a Freight Forwarder, Ariel Cargo Export, Inc. can function as an extension of your traffic department, interfacing with carriers on your behalf. Regardless of the service either it is NVOCC or Freight Forwarding.

(más…)

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IMO climate change moves on agenda

Maritime

IMO climate change moves on agenda

Posted By Julio Ullauri

IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC 70) is this week discussing proposals to adopt a mandatory regulation for ships to record and report their fuel consumption. The requirements for ships to record a
nd report their fuel consumption were approved at the last session. Also on the agenda is a decision on the implementationdate (2020 or 2025) for the global 0.50% m/m sulphur cap for fuel oil. With the Ballast Water Management Convention entering into force in September 2017, implementation of the treaty will be under consideration. The MEPC is expected to consider revised Guidelines for approval of ballast water management systems.  Also up for discussion are proposals to designate a Particularly Sensitive Sea Area (PSSA) in Papua New Guinea and to designate the North Sea and Baltic Sea as emission control areas for nitrogen oxides (NOx). The MEPC was opened by Secretary-General Kitack Lim and is being chaired by Arsenio Dominguez

 

 

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World Maritime Day 2016 – Shipping: indispensable to the world

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World Maritime Day 2016 – Shipping: indispensable to the world

Posted By Julio Ullauri

“As the World Maritime Day theme for 2016 so rightly acknowledges, shipping is indispensable to the world – and is set to remain central to world economic growth as we make the inevitable transition towards an era of clean and sustainable development,” said IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim in his annual World Maritime Day Message.

Shipping is indispensable to the world. That is the message being shared around the world today (29 September), as IMO and the global maritime community celebrates the annual World Maritime Day.

World Maritime Day is an official United Nations day. Every year, it provides an opportunity to focus attention on the importance of shipping and other maritime activities and to emphasize a particular aspect of IMO’s work.

Each World Maritime Day has its own theme. For 2016, the theme is “Shipping: indispensable to the world” – chosen to focus on the critical link between shipping and the everyday lives of people all over the planet, and to raise awareness of the role of IMO as the global regulatory body for international shipping. The importance of shipping in supporting and sustaining today’s global society gives IMO’s work a significance that reaches far beyond the industry itself.

According to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), around 80% of global trade by volume and over 70% of global trade by value are carried by sea and are handled by ports worldwide. These shares are even higher in the case of most developing countries.

A single ship can carry enough grain to feed nearly four million people for a month; another, enough oil to heat an entire city for a year, and others can carry the same amount of finished goods as nearly 20,000 heavy trucks on the road. Ships are among the engineering wonders of the modern world.

(más…)

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40 years protecting the Mediterranean

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40 years protecting the Mediterranean

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IMO joined celebrations marking four decades of cooperation in the Mediterranean to prevent and combat marine pollution from ships under the Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Response Centre for the Mediterranean Sea (REMPEC). Speaking at the REMPEC 40th Anniversary Conference during the Malta Maritime Summit (3-6 October), IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim heralded REMPEC as a vitally important but often unsung player in the battle to protect one of the world’s most sensitive and vulnerable marine assets. Mr. Lim also emphasized IMO’s pride in the role it played in helping to set up REMPEC – and of its continuing work in administering the Centre.

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