Daily Archives: August 8, 2012

To Counterfeit the Brand EVERGREEN LINE in China

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We found that one company named as “EVERGREEN (CHINA) SHIPPING LINE CO LTD” pretended as the agent of EVERGREEN LINE in China to approach our clients. All their contact information, including company name, logo, e-mail address, etc., shows connection with EVERGREEN LINE intentionally. In order to avoid our clients and abroad agents caused serious confusion and damage or threaten to be caused thereby, we remind you of the fake data shown as below:

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De: Alan [mailto:alan@evergreen-shippingline.com] Enviado el: miercoles, 30 de mayo de 2012 2:19
Para: patricia

I can give you apply very good rate .
we can ship your goods with most competitive freight from China SHENZHEN,NINGBO,SHAGNHAI,FUZHOU,FOSHAN,QINGDAO,XIAMEN,FUZHOU.etc).
if you need any shipping service ,pls do not hesitate contact with me.

1. Seafreight (20GP,40GP,40HQ and LCL)
2. Inland haulage and trucking
3. Packing, warehousing, distribution
4. Custom clearance and consulting
5.Cargo Insurance
6.Picking up goods from different suppliers and ship them together in one container.
7.Transact insurance

Any enquiry from you will get our prompt attention. Look forward to hearing from you.

De: Alan [mailto:alan@evergreen-shippingline.com] Enviado el: miercoles, 30 de mayo de 2012 2:19
Para: patricia

Address:ROOM 2005,20FLOOR, Annulus city East Road No.
E-mail: alan@evergreen-shippingline.com
Msn: alan.evergreen@hotmail.com

Skype : alan.evergreen
MOB :0086-13424472304



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Taking this opportunity, we hereby reiterate and emphasize that “Master International Shipping Agency Co., Ltd” is the shipping agent legitimately nominated by EVERGREEN LINE in China. In order to avoid any fraudulence or deception might incur, please inform your booking parties to directly contact our authorized agent above-mentioned and its branch offices in China.

Know More About LeaderShip

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For over 23 years, LaserShip provides expedited delivery strategies for businesses throughout the United States.

Our consistent growth comes from exceeding our customer’s ever-expanding delivery needs with innovative solutions that encompass:

  • Enterprise-wide consolidation
  • Same day courier
  • Overnight express
  • Delivery management
  • Freight
  • Supply chain solutions
  • A suite of business solutions that reduce costs and enhance the delivery experience


LaserShip’s Executive team provides strategic direction for all LaserShip tracking service sectors – same day courier, overnight, supply chain distribution, and freight.

Our tenured Executive team inspires relentless and passionate focus on LaserShip’s key objectives: on-time delivery, growth within existing and new markets, market-leading technology, and innovations in systems and processes that enhance businesses ability to successfully compete in a demanding marketplace.

Ali Dilmaghani, CEO

Mr. Dilmaghani is the founder and CEO of LaserShip. His leadership and vision haved enabled LaserShip to become a premier national expedited delivery provider.

Under Mr. Dilmaghani’s leadership, LaserShip has grown rapidly in service offering, revenues, profits, and technology. He is the entrepreneur behind several successful companies, including Lex On Demand, a national provider of Electronic Discovery for the legal market. Prior to starting LaserShip, Mr. Dilmaghani held a number of senior management positions with MCI Telecommunications.

Mr. Dilmaghani holds an M.S. in Engineering from George Washington University.

Fred Aryan, President

Mr. Aryan provides day by day leadership necessary to propel LaserShip’s operations to unmatched success. Intricately involved in all aspects of operations, finance, and human resources, Mr. Aryan ensures that the services rendered meet the highest standards, and that those employed by LaserShip are empowered to fully support our customers.

Mr. Aryan holds a B.S. in Engineering from the University of Maryland.

Blake Averill, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing

Mr. Averill engineers the business development strategies that enable LaserShip to experience double-digit growth year after year. Under his leadership as Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, LaserShip boasts a national footprint for same day and supply chain delivery solutions, delivering over 70,000 parcels each day from more than 5,000 customers.

In addition to personally managing a portfolio of key accounts, Mr. Averill manages a staff of 40 sales representatives and 6 Regional Managers.

He holds a B.A. in Organizational Psychology from the University of Maryland.

Mehran Aliakbar, Executive Vice President, Supply Chain Solutions

Mr. Aliakbar heads LaserShip’s Supply Chain Solutions, providing leadership and guidance to the company’s last mile operations.

Mr. Aliakbar’s expertise in logistics planning and implementation are integral in enabling LaserShip to win and sustain contracts with the nation’s leading suppliers and corporations. These well-known companies have come to rely on LaserShip’s customized, information-rich solutions.

Mr. Aliakbar holds a B.S. in Engineering from the University of Maryland.

Kathy McNeill, Chief Information Officer

As CIO, Ms. McNeill leads the team of developers, programmers, network specialists, and database specialists that create and manage comprehensive technical solutions for our customers. She manages the implementation of useful technology to increase information accessibility and integrated systems management.

Prior to LaserShip, Ms. McNeill worked for Sprint, Qwest, Time Warner, even the Torino Olympics in 2006. Ms. McNeill has 20 years of information technology experience from large scale project development to oversight of international support implementation and operations. Ms. McNeill has a Bachelors from the University of Nebraska and a Masters in Computer Science from Webster University.

Kathleen Hughes, Chief Financial Officer

Ms. Hughes has had an extensive twenty-year career in finance, the last 9 as the head of LaserShip’s Finance division.

Ms. Hughes holds an MS in Accounting from Georgetown University and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant since 1985.

LaserShip Mission:

We always want to meet our customers’ expanding needs for on time delivery and support services performed by friendly and professional people.

Our mission statement tells the story of how we do business–who we serve, what makes us special, and our means of providing customer satisfaction. Our mission defines LaserShip, but also provides for the opportunity to evolve our approach to meeting customers’ needs.

LaserShip Values:

The following Values are the core beliefs that guide our decisions and actions:

  1. CUSTOMER FOCUS – driven to create satisfied, long-term customers through superior service.
  2. EMPLOYEE FOCUS – driven to recognize, reward and respect the contribution of our people.
  3. ETHICAL FOCUS – driven to demonstrate integrity to customers and employees through honesty and fairness.
  4. QUALITY FOCUS – driven to constantly improve our performance.
  5. IMAGE FOCUS – driven to conduct ourselves in a professional manner.

LaserShip Goals:

Our Goals define our future challenges and directions:

  1. Driven to be the biggest privately held delivery service by continually growing in all our present and future markets.
  2. Driven to be the best through our people, working together to deliver the most reliable, professional and friendly service.
  3. Driven to be profitable in order to grow our people and our business.
  4. Driven to be a great place to work by having fun, developing everyone who is willing, treating all with fairness, and demonstrating loyalty.

The future state of LaserShip is given shape by our goals. They set our priorities, which guide our decisions, and demonstrate our commitment.

R+L developing new tech to ensure compliance with US/Canada Shipping Requirements

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Beginning November 1, 2012 the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) will require all road and rail carriers to submit electronic transmission of cargo information before freight reaches the border. R+L Carriers is working to update our e-communication process with our patented in-cab scanning devices to achieve compliance well ahead of the scheduled November 1, 2012 deadline.

What are the new requirements?

The new CBSA requirements are part of the Advance Commercial Information (ACI) program. This program enables the CBSA to quickly obtain comprehensive information regarding shipments moving across the border, to protect the health, safety and security of Canadian citizens while facilitating the movement of low-risk shipments.
eManifest is the third phase of ACI and affects carriers for all highway and rail shipments. Phase 1, implemented in 2004, dealt with marine carriers, while Phase 2, implemented in 2006, affected air and freight forwarders. The information submitted is based partially on the shipper’s documents – such as complete descriptions of the shipments. Additional information submitted will include dispatch-related facts such as the identity of the trucks, trailers and tractors that will carry shipments across the border, the time the cargo will reach the border, etc. Canada Customs must validate and approve the shipments for entry into Canada. This information is in addition to the current PARS clearance process that supports Northbound shipments moving into Canada today.

What do you need to do differently?

Nothing. You will simply continue to provide customs documentation at the time of pick up or send them directly to your broker.

How is the R+L Carriers/Day & Ross Partnership preparing for this?

Both R+L Carriers Tracking  and Day & Ross’ Information Technology Teams are updating our systems to accommodate the additional requirements for compliance with the new eManifest regulations. Testing is in progress and as outlined above R+L and Day & Ross will be fully compliant well in advance of the CBSA scheduled November 1, 2012 effective date.

Central Freight Lines Company Profile

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Central Freight Lines has a rich history of providing transportation to emerging businesses and Fortune 500 industry leaders since 1925. In 2011 Central’s founder, Mr. W. W. Callan, was inducted into the Transportation Hall of Honor by the Texas Transportation Institute at Texas A&M University. His selection was based on his leadership contribution to the Texas transportation system, which is recognized as one of the finest multimodal transportation systems in the world.

Central Freight Lines has sustainability, financial strength and an infrastructure designed to intelligently support the logistical needs of North America’s largest manufacturing, retail and distribution enterprises.

Central Freight Lines has made a significant investment in technology by instituting a state-of-the-art Digital Dispatch Management System. Our dispatchers are equipped with the most powerful and dynamic computer dispatch application available to the LTL environment. This system provides real-time information to our customers along with an automatically generated e-mail notification of both pickup and delivery. With our improved efficiencies we can continue to provide value to our customers and a solid, competitive product for years to come.

Central continues to look for growth opportunities without losing our focus of consistent, reliable service to our core area. Our CFL Network provides 49 state coverage through one of the most respected partnerships in the industry. Our network supports warehousing, inventory control and distribution capabilities for those corporations looking to outsource their supply chain needs.

Central’s 98.2% on-time service product allows our customers to confidently ship with us. When time is of the essence, Central’s Time Definite Services include both guaranteed and expedited options via First Ground and Priority One. Guarantee your shipment delivery by Noon or 5:00 PM.

Central’s claim ratio is well below the national average and one of the best in the industry. Our low claim ratio is a direct result of our commitment to continuous employee training in best practices in all phases of their jobs.

Central’s investment in new CNG Tractors is based on our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint and being an environmentally responsible member of the community. We have partnered with the Environmental Protection Agency in supporting their SmartWay Transport Partnership in their initiative to consider the environment in everything we do.

Central Freight Lines was judged to have the most complete and effective fleet safety programs among all Texas Motor Carriers and was presented the 2011 P & D Fleet Safety Award by the Texas Motor Transportation Association. Nationwide, the American Trucking Association presented Central Freight’s LTL, General Commodities Division with the 2nd Place Truck Safety Award.

Central Freight is home to the 2011/2012 Captain of America’s Road Team as selected by the American Transportation Association and the TMTA’s 2012 Texas Driver of the Year; Ron Fuller

Inbound Logistics editors have recognized Central Freight Lines as a 2011 Top 100 Motor Freight Carrier based on Central’s efforts to continue to help shippers gain a competitive edge through innovative solutions, cost-saving strategies and true partnerships.

Panalpina outperforms market in second quarter

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In the second quarter of 2012, the Panalpina Group achieved a gross profit of CHF 363 million. This was only slightly below the previous year (-2%), despite a globally receding air freight market and several rate increases by ocean carriers that put pressure on margins. Panalpina’s volume growth in both Ocean and Air Freight was above the average market growth. Due to continued cost discipline EBITDA could be kept stable at CHF 34 million quarter-on-quarter. The Group achieved a consolidated profit of CHF 17 million.

“We managed to gain market shares. We did better than the market not only in ocean freight but also in air freight where the market declined further in the second quarter of 2012“, said CEO Monika Ribar. “In ocean freight, the carrier’s steep rate increases on important routes caused margin headwinds but thanks to our record volumes we could still increase the division’s gross profit.”

Sluggish development of global economy reflected in regions’ performance

Net forwarding revenue in the second quarter went up by 2.4% to CHF 1,668 million. Gross profit in the second quarter almost reached previous year level. It came in at CHF 363 million (-2%) despite a globally receding air freight market and several rate increases by ocean carriers. Continued growth in Latin America led to a new second quarter (and half year) gross profit record of CHF 43 million (+7.5%). The sluggish development of the global economy was reflected in the other regions’ performance. Gross profit in Asia Pacific decreased to CHF 75 million (-3.8%) due to slowing exports to mature markets. In the EMEA region strong exports could only partly offset weak imports resulting in a decrease of gross profit to CHF 179 million
(-2.2%). In a weak environment, gross profit also decreased in North America to CHF 66 million (-5.7%). The Group’s gross profit margin decreased to 21.8% in the second quarter (22.8% in Q2 2011) mainly due to the rate increases by ocean carriers but remained stable at 22.7% for the first half.

Market share gains in Ocean and Air Freight

Ocean Freight recorded a new volume record for the second quarter (and half year). Panalpina shipped 7% more TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) than the year before, again growing more than twice as fast as the market (market: +3%). Gross profit per TEU of Ocean Freight decreased by 5% as carriers enforced considerable rate increases in particular on the Far East Westbound route. These rate increases could not yet be fully passed on to customers in the second quarter. Still, the lower unit profitability was more than offset by the higher volumes, leading to an increase of gross profit to CHF 110 million (+2%).

In Air Freight, too, Panalpina did better than the market. As the market weakened further in the second quarter, receding by 4%, Panalpina’s volumes decreased by 3%. Contraction of gross profit (-6%) was mainly due to the lower volumes. Gross profit reached CHF 162 million in the second quarter of 2012. Gross profit per ton of Air Freight decreased by 3% year-on-year but was stable quarter-on-quarter.

Moderate gross profit growth in Logistics (+1%) reflected the slowing economic environment. Q2 gross profit reached CHF 91 million.

Continued cost discipline kept EBITDA sequentially stable

In 2011, Panalpina made important investments especially in its product divisions. Because of an expected weak market development for 2012, the Group then introduced cost containment measures in the last quarter of 2011. Due to continued cost discipline EBITDA could be kept stable at CHF 34 million quarter-on-quarter. EBITDA-to-gross profit margin also remained stable quarter-on-quarter. The Group achieved a consolidated profit of CHF 17 million in Q2. For the first half of 2012, a loss of CHF 23 million resulted because of the provisions of CHF 59 million for the EU and Swiss antitrust fines made in the first quarter.


“We anticipate a soft recovery of the air freight market in the second half of 2012 and continued market growth in ocean freight. Further significant rate increases in air and ocean freight seem unlikely“, said Ribar. Panalpina expects the air freight market to contract by 1% for the whole year. In ocean freight, a market growth of 3-4% is expected. The Group’s target is to outperform the market. Panalpina’s group-wide cost containment measures including a hiring freeze remain in place. As of August 1st 2012, Ribar will act as the Group’s CFO ad interim until Robert Erni takes office.

If you want to get  panalpina tracking service, please go to Express Tracking.

About Panalpina

The Panalpina Group is one of the world’s leading providers of supply chain solutions, combining intercontinental Air and Ocean Freight with comprehensive Value-Added Logistics Services and Supply Chain Services. Thanks to its in-depth industry know-how and customized IT systems, Panalpina provides globally integrated end-to-end solutions tailored to its customers’ supply chain management needs. The Panalpina Group operates a global network with some 500 branches in more than 80 countries. In a further 80 countries, it cooperates closely with partner companies. Panalpina employs approximately 15,500 people worldwide.

Roadrunner Transportation Systems Announces Acquisition of R&M Transportation and Sortino Transportation

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CUDAHY, Wis.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aug. 3, 2012–Roadrunner Transportation Systems, Inc.(NYSE: RRTS), announced today that it has acquired substantially all of the operating assets and business of R&M Transportation and all of the outstanding stock of Sortino Transportation, providers of truckload services based inOmaha, Nebraska, for approximately$24.4 million, plus an earn-out capped at$5 million. R&M and Sortino transport primarily refrigerated product throughoutthe United Statesutilizing a combination of independent contractors and a fleet of company-owned trailers. Roadrunner also announced today that it has amended and expanded its credit facility to$295 millionto provide enhanced liquidity and future growth capital. Under the terms of the amended credit facility, Roadrunner modified limits and terms and obtained a reduction in interest rates of approximately 100 basis points.

Mark DiBlasi, President and CEO of Roadrunner, said, “The acquisition of R&M and Sortino expands our refrigerated capacity in key lanes and broadens our customer base. In addition, R&M and Sortino’s Midwest presence enables us to more effectively cross-sell our truckload services because of their superior service and solid, long-term customer relationships. R&M and Sortino’s principal former owners and experienced management team will remain in place and are excited about the growth opportunities we collectively envision.”

“R&M’s and Sortino’s independent contractor business model and trailer capacity are an excellent complement to our existing Truckload & Logistics platform and will provide immediate growth opportunities in our refrigerated offering,” saidBrian van Helden, President of Roadrunner’s Truckload & Logistics business segment.

In 2011, R&M and Sortino together generated revenues of approximately$64.5 million. R&M and Sortino are expected to be accretive to Roadrunner’s earnings in 2012.

If you want to get  roadrunner tracking service, please go to Express Tracking.

About Roadrunner Transportation Systems, Inc.

Roadrunner Transportation Systemsis a leading asset-light transportation and logistics service provider offering a full suite of solutions, including customized and expedited less-than-truckload, truckload and logistics, transportation management solutions, intermodal solutions, and domestic and international air. For more information, please visit Roadrunner’s website, www.rrts.com.

Safe Harbor Statement

This release contains forward-looking statements that relate to future events or performance. These statements reflect our current expectations, and we do not undertake to update or revise these forward-looking statements, even if experience or future changes make it clear that any projected results expressed or implied in this or other company statements will not be realized. Furthermore, readers are cautioned that these statements involve risks and uncertainties, many of which are beyond our control, which could cause actual results to differ materially from the forward-looking statements. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, risks related to the integration of acquired companies, competition in the transportation industry, the impact of the current economic environment, our dependence upon purchased power, the unpredictability of and potential fluctuation in the price and availability of fuel, the effects of governmental and environmental regulations, insurance in excess of prior experience levels, and other “Risk Factors” set forth in our most recentSECfilings.

Source:Roadrunner Transportation Systems, Inc.


Aramex reports 14% growth of net profits in the second quarter of 2012

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Dubai, UAE; July 25th, 2012: Aramex (DFM: ARMX), the global logistics and transportation solutions provider, today announced its financial results for the second quarter of 2012, reflecting continued strong results with healthy growth in revenues and net profits.

The company’s revenues in the second quarter of 2012 increased to AED 782 million, up 21% compared to AED 648 million in the same period of 2011, and the net profits rose to AED 64.4 million, up from AED 56.5 million in the second quarter of 2011, representing an increase of 14%.

Total revenues for the first half of 2012 grew by 23% to AED 1,528 million from AED 1,243 million in the first half of 2011 and the net profits increased to reach AED 125 million, a growth of 18% over the AED 106 million achieved in the first six months of 2011.

“Despite the slowdown in the global economy, we continue to deliver strong results. We are obviously very happy with our revenue and net profit growth across all services”, said Fadi Ghandour, Aramex’s Founder and CEO. “This is attributed to the very strong performance in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, whose economies continue to grow. Furthermore, our acquisitions in the past couple of years, in the emerging economies of South East Asia and Africa, continue to contribute significantly”.

Aramex’s operations in Egypt, one of its key global markets, continues to improve gradually since the beginning of the year, yet the outlook for the short to medium term remains unclear due to the economy’s vulnerability to the political conditions in the country, which was evident in the month of June following the presidential elections, as the company’s operations witnessed a significant slowdown.

Ghandour stated that the company is continuing its strategy to expand its global network through a number of acquisitions and greenfield operations in emerging growth markets in Africa, South East Asia and Central Asia, and he added, “While our strategic acquisitions in 2011 are bearing fruits with an increasing contribution to our global revenue, initial investments in our greenfield operations in Africa continue to weigh down on our immediate quarterly results and are expected to start contributing positively to our revenues by 2013. With that in mind, I am confident of our direction and performance for the rest of the year”.

Dicom Express Company Infomation

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Dicom Express is part of the Montreal based Dicom transportation and logistics Group.

In combination with GoJIT, we offer access to the most extensive ‘Rush Delivery’ network in Ontario and Quebec.

Our ‘Can Do’ Team of over 1,200 Service and Support Associates has earned a reputation for providing dependable, cost-effective, overnight priority package and expedited LTL service to more than 2,200 destinations throughout Ontario and Quebec.

We currently operate 20 terminals, 300 tractor/trailer units and 450 cars, vans and trucks strategically positioned across Ontario and Quebec to optimize our service.

That’s why many of Canada’s smartest companies call us ‘Partner’.

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