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Husky Terminal joins ICHCA

The International Cargo Handling Coordination Association (ICHCA), a global association representing cargo handling companies, welcomes Husky Terminal and Stevedoring as a new corporate member.

Husky provides stevedoring services, container yard and railhead transfer operations as part of the Northwest Seaport Alliance at the port of Tacoma in the United States, while its international ocean transportation terminal services ocean carriers, like Hapag Lloyd, Yang Ming, Ocean Network Express (ONE) and HMM, as well as the regional trucking community and the mainline railroads.

ICHCA’s CEO, Richard Steele, commented, "The diversity of our membership both geographical and from the viewpoint of operational functionality is vital in enabling ICHCA to be a relevant influence on the standards of safety through our industry and around the world."





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