Factiva Adds Titles

Aug 12, 2005


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Factiva, a Dow Jones & Reuters Company, has added five shipping titles as a result of Factiva's licensing agreement with Commonwealth Business Media. The titles are on Factiva in full text, English language, and available one day after the cover date.

Newly added publications, include:

Canadian Sailings, a weekly magazine for logistics professionals involved in moving freight throughout Canada and beyond. This publication provides regional news, feature stories and pull-out sections on ports, shipbuilding, world trade regions, temperature-controlled cargo, airfreight, profiles of industry leaders, and the cruise industry. Canadian Sailings also provides weekly sailing schedules for steamship lines and NVOCCs serving Canada; The Florida Shipper, which provides regional news, analysis, feature stories, and special reports on the Florida shipping industry. Every issue contains weekly sailing schedules for steamship lines and NVOCCs serving Florida seaports; Gulf Shipper, which offers export sailing schedules from U.S. Gulf Coast ports to international destinations. It provides "strip-style" schedules that allow you to match several carriers with specific destination ports, and "shipcards" that give a detailed look at the schedules of individual carriers. Its informative articles profile carriers and ports, and analyze shipping options in the different trade lanes; Pacific Shipper, which provides regional news, analysis, feature stories, and special reports on the trans-Pacific marketplace and beyond. Every issue contains weekly sailing schedules for steamship lines and NVOCCs serving ports on the Pacific, Atlantic, and Gulf Coast; and Shipping Digest, which is a North American source for export sailing schedules. It provides both "strip-style" schedules that allows users to match several carriers with specific destination ports, and "shipcard" schedules that give a detailed look at the schedules of individual carriers. Its informative articles profile the services of carriers and ports, and analyze shipping options in the different trade lanes.

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