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Several major logistics and transportation company stocks have fallen sharply this week amid lower-than-expected earnings announcements and concerns of weak demand going into the fourth quarter.
Compared to its existing ships, the Atlantic Star will have double the container capacity and more room for vehicles and high and heavy roll-on/roll-off cargo, according to Atlantic Container Lines.
Neptune Orient Lines, parent of liner company APL, has confirmed it has entered into talks with CMA CGM and Maersk about a potential sale, while COSCO and China Shipping told FMC Commisioner William Doyle they are in the "beginning stages of a merger."
The U.S. Gulf port also expects to benefit from continuing population migration to Texas and the expansion of Panama Canal, which is scheduled to be completed in April 2016.
Meanwhile, a Federal Aviation Administration task force released its recommendations regarding a registration program for unmanned aircraft systems that will affect the use of drones in both commercial and recreational settings.
Box volumes at the largest U.S. East Coast port were up 11 percent year-over-year in October, driven primarily by a 9.8 percent spike in loaded import containers.