The Salt Lake City, Utah-based automobile motor manufacturer plans to have its Nikola One truck, a zero-emissions electric drivetrain powered by high-density lithium batteries, in production by 2020, the company said in a statement.
Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore appoints new chairman, while B&H Worldwide promotes managing director, Germany, and ICAO names new president of its Air Navigation Commission.
The Dubai-based operator will own 55 percent of a new vehicle targeting port and terminal investment opportunities outside of the United Arab Emirates, while Canadian pension fund Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec will hold the other 45 percent.
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Meanwhile, The Federal Maritime Commission told American Shipper Tuesday that despite Hanjin no longer accepting bookings in the U.S., the commission hasn’t received any amendments to the CKYHE Alliance agreement since it was originally filed in 2014.
The commission said it has “reasonable grounds” to suspect the carriers engaged in collusive practices to fix incremental cargo rates from Asia to South Africa.
Thousands of chassis in and around the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have containers mounted on them that are either owned or leased by the now insolvent ocean carrier Hanjin Shipping.