Monthly Archives: June 2018


A series of strikes in Argentina expected to cause delays

Workers in Argentina are expected to participate in a series of strikes. The General Confederation of Labor (CGT) announced a general strike on the 25th of June that will last for 24 hours, followed by a custom's strike from Wednesday 27th of June to Friday 29th of June. These strikes are expected to affect loading [...]

2018-06-25T08:14:07+00:0025 June 2018|

Chianti Classico Experience in Toronto!

On June 18th, Gori attended the "Chianti Classico Experience" event in Toronto, Canada. The event offered the unique opportunity of tasting the latest vintages of Chianti Classico Annata, Riserva & Gran Selezione. Many wineries participated in the event, such as: Bibbiano, Borgo Scopeto, Canonica a Cerreto, Carobbio, Carpineto, Casale dello Sparviero, Castello di Fonterutoli, Castello [...]

2018-07-12T15:46:19+00:0021 June 2018|

ILA, employers reach tentative contract agreement

The International Longshoremen’s Association and the employer group United States Maritime Alliance (USMX) have reached agreement on a tentative master contract that will run through 2024. The deal to replace a contract that expires Sept. 30 still must be approved by rank-and-file members of the union, which represents dockworkers on the East and Gulf coasts. [...]

2018-08-06T08:21:13+00:008 June 2018|

New Manifest Policy for China Imports & Exports

The General Administration of Customs China (GACC) has announced revisions to the manifest rules of imports and exports in China, effective June 1, 2018. The adjusted rules include the following. Manifest submissions must be made 24 hours prior to loading. This includes all vessels going to or coming from any mainland ports in China. [...]

2018-06-29T10:22:47+00:004 June 2018|