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SOUTH FLORIDA ARRIVALS OF BRAZIL MANGOES FOR NOVEMBER 17, 2011

By Will Cavan
executive director
International Mango Organization (IMO)
Vista, California






www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com








November 19, 2011























HAMBURG SUD vessel CSAV LAJA delivered two containers of mangoes from Brazil at Port Everglades on November 17, 2011














One shipper, two containers and two receivers.


HAMBURG SUD vessel CSAV LAJA discharged two containers of Brazil mangoes on November 17th 2011 for two USA importers.








USA MARKET:




CENTRAL AMERICAN PRODUCE received one container with 5,544 (4kg) cartons from Brazil exporter FINOBRAS.


SOUTHERN SPECIALTIES also received one container with 5,544 cartons from FINOBRAS.




This was one of only a few deliveries to south Florida of Brazil magoes this season.





















NORTHEAST USA PORTS MANGO IMPORTS FROM ECUADOR ON NOVEMBER 18TH 2011

By Will Cavan
Executive Director
International Mango Organization (IMO)
Vista, California






www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com








November 19, 2011

























MAERSK vessel WILLEMSTADT discharged cargo at the Port of Philadelphia on November 18, 2011.








USA importer AMAZON PRODUCE received one container with 5,280 (4kg) cartons of Ecuadorian mangoes from DUREXPORTA at the Port of Philadelphia on friday, november 19th 2011.















APL vessel TURQUOISE discharged 4 containers for USA importers of Ecuadorian mangoes on the 18th of November 2011.










USA importer PANORAMA SALES received 10,560 cartons from Ecuadorian exporter BLIX S.A.


DAYKA & HACKETT received one container with 5,280 cartons from PIVANO S.A.


VISION IMPORTS received one container from REFIN S.A. with 5,280 cartons.









CANADA BOUND MANGOES DISCHARGED AT THE PORT OF NY/NJ ON NOVEMBER 18TH 2011 ....

By Will Cavan
Executive Director
International Mango Organization (IMO)
Vista, California






www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com








November 19, 2011













Seven Ecuadorian exporters shipped 13 containers to Eight Canadian receivers on board APL vessel TURQUOISE.














The vessel discharged product at the Port of NY/NJ on November 18th 2011.




CANADA MARKET:




LA HUERTA received two containers from Ecuadorian exporter ARIEGRA S.A. for a total of 10,560 (4kg) cartons.


BROADVIEW PRODUCE received two containers from DUREXPORTA for a total of 10,560 cartons.


AGRI IMPORTS received one container from BRESSON and one container from REFIN S.A. for a total of 10,560 cartons.


MC PRODUCE received 10,560 cartons from ESPECIALCORP.


MEXICO TRADING received two containers with 4,752 cartons each for a total of 9,504 cartons from ARIEGRA S.A.


LES ENTREPOTS received one container from ESPECIALCORP with 5,280 cartons and one container with 5,016 cartons from SEMBRIEXPORT for a total of 10,296 cartons.


ALIMENTS IMEX received one container …

FIRST ARRIVALS FROM ECUADOR AHEAD OF A BUSY WEEK (47) WEST COAST USA ...

By Will Cavan
Executive Director
International Mango Organization (IMO)
Vista, California






www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com








November 19, 2011

























NYK vessel IZU discharged Ecuadorian mangoes at the port of Los Angeles, California on Friday the 18th of November for six receivers on the west coast USA.












USA MARKET:


FRESKA PRODUCE received 42,240 (4kg) cartons from Ecuadorian shipper DUREXPORTA.


AMAZON PRODUCE received 3 containers from PIVANO S.A. and one container from DUREXPORTA for a total of 21,120 cartons.


COAST TROPICAL received 3 containers for a total of 16,866 cartons from Ecuadorian shipper RICABERTO S.A..


BORG PRODUCE received 2 containers from EXOFRUT and one container from AGRIVICSA for a total of 15,840 cartons.


SPLENDID PRODUCTS received one container with 5,280 cartons from EXOFRUT.


PACIFIC ORGANIC received a container of organic mangoes from Ecuadorian shipper PILOT S.A.


There were three containers from an inknown source destined for an unknown receiver.




In addition, there were three con…

JOIN IMO IN TRINIDAD & TOBAGO...JULY 2012...FOR MANGO FESTIVAL ....

THE GREAT DIVIDE BETWEEN BUSINESS TRAVEL AND COACH ON COMMERCIAL AIRLINES ...

Nov 19, 10:27 AM EST


No pillows in coach, but it's sundae time up front

By SCOTT MAYEROWITZ
AP Airlines Writer




AP Photo/Tony Avelar





NEW YORK (AP) -- Flying has never been so good - for those able to splurge.

While most Thanksgiving travelers will fight for overhead bins and go hours without a snack or room to stretch their legs, life in first class is stress free. It's always been a special place on the other side of the curtain. Now, it's getting even cushier.

U.S. airlines, profitable again after a disastrous decade, are spending almost $2 billion to upgrade amenities for their highest-paying customers. On the most profitable international routes, high fliers are being treated with preflight champagne, flat-screen TVs and seats that turn into beds. Flight attendants greet them by name, hang up jackets and serve meals on china.

The lavish treatment is meant to keep people like Tim Carlson happy. Carlson, the chief financial officer of a semiconductor materials company, has taken…

LA SALUD DE CHAVEZ SIGUE SIENDO UN MISTERIO ...

WSJ: Informes sobre la salud de Chávez ensombrecen la campaña presidencial19Nov 2011 Así titula The Wall Street Journal éste artículo firmado por el periodista José de Córdoba, aparecido ayer viernes 18, en el que, basándose en supuestos informes médicos y de inteligencia, trata de hacer un mapa de ruta sobre el verdadero estado de la salud del presidente venezolano Hugo Chávez. Me tomé la libertad de traducirlo para compartirlo con mis lectores debido a la importancia que tiene no solo el diario en el aparece sino por la calidad del colega periodista, mi amigo, quien conoce muy bien a Venezuela y donde tiene muy buenas fuentes variopintas. Aquí el texto: “Los documentos de los servicios de inteligencia de dos países sugieren que el cáncer del presidente venezolano Hugo Chávez se ha extendido a sus huesos y es más agresivo que lo que su gobierno ha informado. Los informes, basados ​​en entrevistas con personas que han tenido acceso al equipo médico de Chávez, es probable que alimenten…

AS CONDITION WORSENS ... CHAVEZ STEPS UP DENIALS ...

Reports of Chávez's Illness Cloud Campaign




By JOSÉ DE CÓRDOBA




Documents from intelligence services of two countries suggest Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez's cancer has spread to his bones and is more aggressive than his government has reported.


The reports, based on interviews with people who have had access to Mr. Chávez's medical team, are likely to feed recent rumors that the man who has led Venezuela since 1999 won't be healthy enough to stand for re-election in October, potentially throwing the country's political future in doubt.



Venezuelan Presidency/Zuma Press

Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez addressed a gathering in Caracas this week, after formally kicking off his 2012 re-election campaign Sunday.





Mr. Chávez says he is now cancer-free after having a baseball-sized tumor removed from his pelvic area in June and four rounds of chemotherapy—though he has refused to discuss what kind of cancer he had.

On Sunday he again proclaimed his good health—and delivered an …

WELCOME TO EUROPE 2021 ... A HISTORIAN'S LOOK AT THE FUTURE ...

By NIALL FERGUSON


Map illustration by Peter Arkle




'Life is still far from easy in the peripheral states of the United States of Europe (as the euro zone is now known).'



Welcome to Europe, 2021. Ten years have elapsed since the great crisis of 2010-11, which claimed the scalps of no fewer than 10 governments, including Spain and France. Some things have stayed the same, but a lot has changed.

The euro is still circulating, though banknotes are now seldom seen. (Indeed, the ease of electronic payments now makes some people wonder why creating a single European currency ever seemed worth the effort.) But Brussels has been abandoned as Europe's political headquarters. Vienna has been a great success.

"There is something about the Habsburg legacy," explains the dynamic new Austrian Chancellor Marsha Radetzky. "It just seems to make multinational politics so much more fun."

The Germans also like the new arrangements. "For some reason, we never felt very welcom…