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Today's top 10 pageviews from around the world ...

By Will Cavan
Executive Director
International Mango Organization
Vista, California




www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com






Friday March 02, 2012










As we count down the fianal two weeks to our first anniversarry of the IMO BLOG (Mango World Magazine), we continue to enjoy a global audience.


It is truly a shame that google analytics does not show all of the visitors to the site.


Of todays over 2,200 pageviews, google analytics reveals the top 10 visitors by country.




There are approximately 400 visitors unaccounted for.


This shows us who is currently on line :




Pageviews by Countries @ 3:41pm on March 02, 2012:



United Kingdom
18

United States
17

Italy
14

Brazil
8

Egypt
8

France
8

Germany
4

Russia
3

Argentina
2
Here are some of today's visitor's:





Pageviews today 2,216 Pageviews yesterday 2,011

Soil nutrition critical to successful mango farming ...

Approval of fully automatic twistlock will expedite MAERSK operations ...

CARGOTEC CORPORATION, PRESS RELEASE 10 JANUARY 2012 AT 1 P.M.  EET












Cargotec, in collaboration with the shipping giant A.P. Møller-Maersk A/S (Maersk), has developed a new, safe and efficient MacGregor C8A fully automatic dual-function twistlock.



Cargotec is the only provider whose design met the twistlock performance criteria set by Maersk. During 2011 the new MacGregor C8A fully-automatic twistlocks have undergone several months of trial operations onboard the 3,078 TEU Maersk Bali, where performance criteria relating to safety, efficiency and cargo security were validated.

The MacGregor C8A meets every container locking requirement in a single design and delivers quicker, safer and more efficient container operations.

In 2011 Maersk and Cargotec entered into a frame agreement which covers the delivery of 1.6 million MacGregor C8A fully-automatic dual-function twistlocks during the next two to three years. As part of the frame agreement Maersk has specified MacGregor fully-automatic tw…

Logistical challenges for Australian shippers ...

Published: 28 February 2012

Oz tackles intermodal barriers




A new study by Shipping Australia Ltd (SAL) has found that problems with rail transport remain key impediments to the success of metropolitan intermodal terminals (IMTs) in Sydney and Melbourne.

SAL says, for example, that almost 130,000 truck trips a year could be removed from Sydney’s congested roads if the new Enfield Intermodal Terminal can work at peak efficiency.

“Discussion of IMTs has already canvassed topics ranging from the requirements and potential benefits of building such facilities through to terminal designs that are most suitable for handling the increasing freight volume in metropolitan areas. However, few studies have considered the practical and commercial issues that need to be addressed to assure the success of IMTs,” SAL said.

The Metropolitan Intermodal Terminal Study 2011 seeks to contribute to the ongoing debate on the topic of IMTs and attempts to refocus the discussion on which rail deficiencies ha…

New York produce firm owes more than 1 million dollars ...

USDA Cites Ven-Co Produce Inc. in New York for PACA Violations AMS No. 060-12
Nadine Wilkins