JULY 2, 2012 — Alexander & Baldwin Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ALEX) has completed its previously announced plan to separate its land and transportation businesses into two stand-alone, publicly traded companies.
From today, Jones Act shipping operator Matson, Inc. is trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol MATX.
Matthew Cox, president of Matson, Inc., has assumed the role of Matson's CEO
Headquartered in Honolulu, Matson has a fleet of 17 Jones Act ships, and is the leading U.S. carrier of goods in the Pacific.
Marine Log News
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- 2012-03-28 - AMP moves to head off Jones Act waivers
- 2012-05-10 - Horizon Lines to drydock three ships in Asia
- 2012-08-17 - Ruling defines course and scope of Jones Act employment
- 2012-08-21 - Cummings urges Obama to support Jones Act in SPR draw down
- 2012-10-11 - International Shipholding buys Jones Act bulker operator
- 2012-11-04 - Napolitano expands scope of Jones Act waiver
- 2012-11-01 - Rand Logistics puts Jones Act ATB into service
- 2012-11-02 - U.S.-flag interests not opposed to Jones Act waivers
- 2012-11-02 - Jones Act waivers issued to aid in gas flow
- 2012-11-14 - OSG files for Chapter 11
- 2012-11-16 - MarAd guidance on Sandy Jones Act waiver requirements
- 2012-11-27 - Matson plans new Jones Act ships, but not soon
- 2012-11-28 - Kirby to acquire Penn Maritime for $295 million
- 2013-02-07 - Matson again talks about fleet renewal
- 2013-05-01 - NVDC rules on plan to build Amphibex vessels in U.S.
- 2013-05-02 - Allegretti takes helm at American Maritime Partnership