Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Doubles Footprint at Port of Zeebrugge

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Doubles Footprint at Port of Zeebrugge

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics has signed a concession agreement with the Port of Zeebrugge to

Port 4.0

Port 4.0

In the last business year, the services provided at the Port of Hamburg lead to a result

Port of Portland Presents Options to Port Commission for Terminal 6 Future

Port of Portland Presents Options to Port Commission for Terminal 6 Future

The Port of Portland Commission was presented with the findings of a consultant study and work

Largest Vessel to Call at Arrives PhilaPort From West Coast of South America
Who’s Who – Third Party Logistics

Who’s Who – Third Party Logistics

With global worldwide e-commerce sales set to nearly double in volume between now and 2021, third

Trump’s Infrastructure Proposal: More Questions Than Answers

Trump’s Infrastructure Proposal: More Questions Than Answers

A few months ago, a one-trillion dollar infrastructure program was the talk of the town. That has

New RMGs Arrive at VIG

New RMGs Arrive at VIG

Crews at Virginia International Gateway (VIG) unloaded the first six rail-mounted gantry cranes

Texports

Texports

As the Nation’s top-exporting state for the past 14 consecutive years, it’s impossible to

PhilaPort Moves Quickly to Accommodate Surge in Cargo

PhilaPort Moves Quickly to Accommodate Surge in Cargo

As the port’s $392 million main channel deepening project approaches 100-percent,

European Commission Approves Polish Aid to Shipbuilding SMEs

European Commission Approves Polish Aid to Shipbuilding SMEs

The European Commission has approved under EU State aid rules Polish support to small and medium

ANIMAL PLANET

ANIMAL PLANET

1) Somewhere between being herded in and out of the airport and rounded up on and off the

NYNJ Shippers: New Intermodal Chassis Are Available

NYNJ Shippers: New Intermodal Chassis Are Available

Recent accounts portray truckers as fatigued by the lack of access to quality chassis and rising

US Transpacific Ocean Cargo Continues to Trend Eastward

US Transpacific Ocean Cargo Continues to Trend Eastward

Demand growth in 2017 was king on the Asia-US East Coast trade, where spot rates have recovered

Want a Sneak Peak at Trump’s Draft Infrastructure Plan?

Want a Sneak Peak at Trump’s Draft Infrastructure Plan?

Axios published a leaked document Tuesday identified as a draft White House infrastructure plan.

THINK INSIDE THE BOXCAR

THINK INSIDE THE BOXCAR

The era of the big containership is taking United States East Coast ports by storm. It was in

Jones Act Forces New England to Import Gas From Russia

Jones Act Forces New England to Import Gas From Russia

The first imports into North America that include gas from a project in Russia subject to United

South Carolina Ports Authority Grows Nine Percent in 2017

South Carolina Ports Authority Grows Nine Percent in 2017

The South Carolina Ports Authority reported nine percent container volume growth in 2017 with a

FMC Hears Two Stories on Detention and Fees

FMC Hears Two Stories on Detention and Fees

The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) heard to dramatically different sets of stories this week

Seaway Wraps Up Navigation Season

Seaway Wraps Up Navigation Season

The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation (SLSMC) announced yesterday that the 2017

Port of Oakland to Freight Haulers: There’s Money To Clear The Air
PUTTING THE “T” IN TEAMWORK

PUTTING THE “T” IN TEAMWORK

Javier Lancha began his career in the port sector as the finance director with the APM Terminal

PORT OF LOS ANGELES BREAKS ALL-TIME CARGO VOLUME RECORD IN 2017

PORT OF LOS ANGELES BREAKS ALL-TIME CARGO VOLUME RECORD IN 2017

The Port of Los Angeles moved more cargo in 2017 than in any time in the port’s 110-year,

Journey of New RMGs Gets Underway

Journey of New RMGs Gets Underway

The heavy-load vessel Happy Buccaneer left the port of Gdynia, Poland, last week bound for

Bipartisan Lawmakers Urge Congress to Enact Infrastructure Legislation

Bipartisan Lawmakers Urge Congress to Enact Infrastructure Legislation

The Problem Solvers Caucus in the United States Congress released a new report this week with

Freighter Stuck in St. Lawrence Freed From Ice

Freighter Stuck in St. Lawrence Freed From Ice

The Federal Biscay was dislodged from ice in the Snell lock on the St. Lawrence Seaway, after

China and Russia Collaborating on Arctic Port

China and Russia Collaborating on Arctic Port

Chinese investments in railway and seaports are headed for the Russian Arctic. Although

Port of Virginia Volume Growth Continues

Port of Virginia Volume Growth Continues

The Port of Virginia in November moved 240,570 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs), handled

Extreme Cold Hobbles Port of NYNJ

Extreme Cold Hobbles Port of NYNJ

Extreme cold conditions and a so-called bomb cyclone snow storm caused terminals at the Port of

Port of Virginia Invests in Refrigerated and Heavy-Lift Capabilities

Port of Virginia Invests in Refrigerated and Heavy-Lift Capabilities

A grant from the federal government is helping The Port of Virginia diversify, grow and expedite

South Korean Shipping Group Became First Non-Arctic Member of Arctic Economic Council

South Korean Shipping Group Became First Non-Arctic Member of Arctic Economic Council

A South Korean shipping association has become the first non-Arctic member of the Arctic Economic

Port of Québec Proposes Construction of Container Terminal

Port of Québec Proposes Construction of Container Terminal

The Québec Port Authority (QPA) today announced its plan to build a container terminal at the

Size Isn’t Everything

Size Isn’t Everything

In the latest edition of our Ports & Terminals Insight report, Drewry has launched a regular,

Russia Enacts Its Own Jones Act

Russia Enacts Its Own Jones Act

Russian lawmakers have passed legislation requiring that shipments—of oil, natural gas, gas

The Tesla Semi Truck Will Change Freight Industry

The Tesla Semi Truck Will Change Freight Industry

Freight innovation frequently focuses on moving data better – like visibility, e-bookings, and

New Investment at Port of Mobile

New Investment at Port of Mobile

The Alabama State Port Authority (ASPA) and APM Terminals boards of directors in separate actions

INTTRA Extends Digital Footprint in Northern China

INTTRA Extends Digital Footprint in Northern China

INTTRA, the largest neutral electronic transaction platform, software, and information provider

Autonomous Ships and Automated Ports

Autonomous Ships and Automated Ports

Rolls-Royce and the European Space Agency have signed a future collaborative agreement to

Norfolk Intermodal Connector Opens

Norfolk Intermodal Connector Opens

Motor carriers moving cargo to and from Norfolk International Terminals (NIT) are finding greater

Richard Branson Becomes Chairman of Virgin Hyperloop One

Richard Branson Becomes Chairman of Virgin Hyperloop One

Richard Branson, the tycoon of Virgin fame, invested in Virgin Hyperloop One and formed a global

WATCH: China’s Biggest Automated Terminal in Action

WATCH: China’s Biggest Automated Terminal in Action

Watch new video footage of the world’s largest automated terminal, the fourth phase of the

US Transportation Infrastructure Not Broken, Says Report

US Transportation Infrastructure Not Broken, Says Report

Transportation and water infrastructure funding and finance in the United States are not nearly

Heading Toward a Container Shortage?

Heading Toward a Container Shortage?

With the rebound in container trades likely to last into 2018, container production might

Tax Bill Keeps Private Activity Bonds Tax-Exempt, Benefiting US Ports

Tax Bill Keeps Private Activity Bonds Tax-Exempt, Benefiting US Ports

The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) is pleased that several important tax related

Season’s First Chilean Fruit Vessel at Port Of Wilmington

Season’s First Chilean Fruit Vessel at Port Of Wilmington

The Port of Wilmington, Delaware, received the first breakbulk shipment of Chilean winter fruit

Xeneta Enters Air Freight Market

Xeneta Enters Air Freight Market

Xeneta has announced its entry into the air freight market. With a prototype in place, the

Port of Philadelphia Acquires Second Set of Cranes

Port of Philadelphia Acquires Second Set of Cranes

PhilaPort has concluded the purchase agreement of two super post-Panamax container gantry cranes

Speeding the Supply Chain

Speeding the Supply Chain

Accelerating the supply chain. It’s a theme often encountered among logisticians and company

Four More Neopanamax Cranes Arrive at Port of Savannah

Four More Neopanamax Cranes Arrive at Port of Savannah

Four additional neopanamax cranes sailed into the Port of Savannah recently, with a 50- by 100

dnata Successfully Tests Blockchain Technology

dnata Successfully Tests Blockchain Technology

dnata’s cargo operations, in conjunction with Emirates Innovation Lab, IBM, and flydubai

FMC Report: Create National Seaport Information Portal

FMC Report: Create National Seaport Information Portal

The United States economy relies upon an international supply chain that can be made more

Lineage Logistics Acquires Eight LA Facilities From US Growers Cold Storage

Lineage Logistics Acquires Eight LA Facilities From US Growers Cold Storage

Lineage Logistics, LLC, a leading international warehousing and logistics company backed by Bay

USCG Official’s Keynote at Arctic Shipping Summit

USCG Official’s Keynote at Arctic Shipping Summit

Mike Emerson, director of marine transportation systems at the United States Coast Guard,

Port of Wilmington’s Positioning as Cold-Chain Hub

Port of Wilmington’s Positioning as Cold-Chain Hub

The port of Wilmington, North Carolina, is well positioned geographically to serve the state&;

Ports Express Concerns Over Tax Bills

Ports Express Concerns Over Tax Bills

The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) has written Senate leaders to oppose new

FMC Schedules Hearings on Fair Port Practices

FMC Schedules Hearings on Fair Port Practices

The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has announced that it will hold public meetings on January

Artificial Intelligence Comes to Port Operations

Artificial Intelligence Comes to Port Operations

Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation, together with Microsoft China, terminal equipment

SIZE MATTERS

SIZE MATTERS

For an example of the crucial role large ports play in the United States, go back only as far as

Port of Virginia’s October Volumes Break All-Time Record

Port of Virginia’s October Volumes Break All-Time Record

The Port of Virginia moved 265,490 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in October, which is

DP World’s Vision For Jeddah

DP World’s Vision For Jeddah

Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Group Chairman and CEO of DP World, unveiled plans to develop Saudi

New Container Service for Portland, Oregon

New Container Service for Portland, Oregon

The Port of Portland, Oregon, has announced that Swire Shipping will begin container shipping

Senators Introduce Legislation to Upgrade Cybersecurity at US Ports

Senators Introduce Legislation to Upgrade Cybersecurity at US Ports

In the face of growing cybersecurity threats to America’s critical infrastructure, United

US Bills Aims to Prevent Port Trucker Abuse

US Bills Aims to Prevent Port Trucker Abuse

Proposed legislation in the United States would require the federal government to investigate

Port Of Indiana-Burns Harbor To Receive $9.85 Million Federal Grant

Port Of Indiana-Burns Harbor To Receive $9.85 Million Federal Grant

US Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao has confirmed the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor will

From Bean To Bar Chocolate

From Bean To Bar Chocolate

Regardless of your specific line of business, if you are selling a product, one of the most

Sky’s the Limit

Sky’s the Limit

Things are looking up at the Port of New York and New Jersey. Volume? Up. In fact, the port

SC Ports Board Approves $69.5 Million Crane Purchase

SC Ports Board Approves $69.5 Million Crane Purchase

The South Carolina Ports Authority Board of Directors has approved a $69.5 million contract for

Shipping Bonds Issues Momentum Continues

Shipping Bonds Issues Momentum Continues

A growing number of shipping companies have taken advantage of the low interest rate environment

Trump: Friend or Foe of US Infrastructure?

Trump: Friend or Foe of US Infrastructure?

As a candidate, Donald Trump deserved credit for identifying a policy that damages jobs,

Container Record Broken at Port of Los Angeles

Container Record Broken at Port of Los Angeles

Maersk Line has claimed it set a record when the Maersk Evora loaded and unloaded 24,846 TEUs.

Jaxport Sets New Cargo Records In 2017

Jaxport Sets New Cargo Records In 2017

The port of Jacksonville‘s public seaport terminals achieved record growth in containers,

Shipping In Russia’s Arctic Could Quadruple By 2025

Shipping In Russia’s Arctic Could Quadruple By 2025

Shipping traffic through Russia’s Arctic waters will increase four-fold by 2025 on the back

Watch: Jaxport Partners Leading the LNG Revolution

Watch: Jaxport Partners Leading the LNG Revolution

The Port of Jacksonville and its partners are playing a leading role in the advancement of

Parts For Geothermal Power Plant Offloaded in NYNJ

Parts For Geothermal Power Plant Offloaded in NYNJ

The ZIM LUANDA, operating on ZIM Container Service Atlantic (ZCA), carried a special consignment

Low Shipping Connectivity Makes Weaker Economies More Vulnerable

Low Shipping Connectivity Makes Weaker Economies More Vulnerable

In a globalized world, trade, communication, and finance depend on the possibilities for people,

Port Trip To Korea, Japan Focuses on Trade Development

Port Trip To Korea, Japan Focuses on Trade Development

Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia and Harbor Commission President Lou Anne Bynum led a Port of Long

UN Report: Supply Does Not Create Demand for Container Shipping

UN Report: Supply Does Not Create Demand for Container Shipping

Seaborne trade grew by 2.6 percent in 2016, to reach 10.3 billion tons, but the pace remained

Port Of Baltimore Set Cargo Record In FY2017

Port Of Baltimore Set Cargo Record In FY2017

The Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore’s public marine terminals handled more containers

SC Ports Sees Record September

SC Ports Sees Record September

The South Carolina Ports Authority reported 10-percent container volume growth in September and

Yusen Logistics Extends Business with AstraZeneca

Yusen Logistics Extends Business with AstraZeneca

AstraZeneca has expanded its partnership with healthcare logistics provider Yusen Logistics for

Saab to Supply Port Management Information System to Port of Baltimore

Saab to Supply Port Management Information System to Port of Baltimore

Defense and security company Saab has been awarded a contract by the Maryland Port(

Port of Virginia Has Strong September

Port of Virginia Has Strong September

The Port of Virginia moved 237,816 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in September, which is

Fewer US Waste Exports After China Crackdown

Fewer US Waste Exports After China Crackdown

New Chinese regulations came into effect only weeks ago, but they are already having an impact on

African Ports Transformation and PortMiami’s Strategic Partnership

African Ports Transformation and PortMiami’s Strategic Partnership

A key component of Africa’s trade transformation agenda is the upgrade of its transportation

Port of Virginia Receives Federal Grant for Truck Reservation System

Port of Virginia Receives Federal Grant for Truck Reservation System

The Port of Virginia’s focus in driving efficiency at its truck gates is being supported by the

China’s Belt and Road Initiative

China’s Belt and Road Initiative

The Chinese initiative that envisions the creation of land and sea routes to span three

Big-Ship Jitters

Big-Ship Jitters

The era of the big ship has taken the port of New York and New Jersey by storm, leaving port

‘Extortion!’ Truckers Paying More Than Fair Share of Highway Revenues
A Tale Of Two Christmases?

A Tale Of Two Christmases?

Peak season is fast approaching for container carriers and Xeneta, the leading global

South American Produce Imports on Way to Port of Virginia

South American Produce Imports on Way to Port of Virginia

Importers of perishables from South America can now move their cargo across The Port of Virginia

Highlighting Plans for Growth, Investments at SC Ports

Highlighting Plans for Growth, Investments at SC Ports

South Carolina Ports Authority president and CEO Jim Newsome focused on the port’s

PhilaPort Breaks Monthly Cargo Records

PhilaPort Breaks Monthly Cargo Records

PhilaPort handled 667,069 metric tons of cargo in August, achieving its highest ever monthly.

UPDATED! BREAKING NEWS: Trump Waives Jones Act for Puerto Rico

UPDATED! BREAKING NEWS: Trump Waives Jones Act for Puerto Rico

The Trump administration this morning waived the provisions of the Jones Act with respect to

USDOT Helping Hurricane Maria Recovery Efforts in Puerto Rico

USDOT Helping Hurricane Maria Recovery Efforts in Puerto Rico

The US Department of Transportation, and its component agencies, have embarked on a multi-faceted

TEXAS ELITE CITIES FOR BUSINESS

TEXAS ELITE CITIES FOR BUSINESS

The Port of Corpus Christi–already the No. 1 exporter of U.S. crude oil in the nation–is

Double-Stack Rail Service From Port of Virginia to Pittsburgh Begins

Double-Stack Rail Service From Port of Virginia to Pittsburgh Begins

The Port of Virginia is now offering access into Western Pennsylvania and Northwest Ohio via’

AMERICA’S BEST CITIES FOR GLOBAL TRADE

AMERICA’S BEST CITIES FOR GLOBAL TRADE

Another year, another list of the Top U.S. Cities for Global Trade. If there’s one thing that

SC Ports Celebrates Big Ship Call

SC Ports Celebrates Big Ship Call

On the heels of the first construction contract for the Charleston Harbor Deepening Project being

Florida Ports Open After Irma

Florida Ports Open After Irma

Florida ports are back open after several days of cleanup following Hurricane Irma, but some

Steel, Agriculture Cringe at Thought of Trump Import Restrictions
Port of Virginia Posts Record August Volumes

Port of Virginia Posts Record August Volumes

The Port of Virginia experienced the most productive August in its history, moving 240,605 TEU, a

Preparing for Golden Week

Preparing for Golden Week

The following Q&A about Golden Week was provided by the freight forwarder Flexport. When is

US Waives Jones Act to Ease Hurricane Logistics

US Waives Jones Act to Ease Hurricane Logistics

On September 8, in recognition of the severity of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, Department of

Port Newark Auto Terminal’s New Mobile RoRo Training Simulator

Port Newark Auto Terminal’s New Mobile RoRo Training Simulator

Ports America’s Port Newark Auto Terminal (PNAT) has purchased a mobile ro-ro operations labor

FROM POLK COUNTY TO THE WORLD

FROM POLK COUNTY TO THE WORLD

Foreign firms looking to do business in Florida or the greater eastern US have a clear

Port of Virginia Orders Four New Cranes

Port of Virginia Orders Four New Cranes

The Port of Virginia has signed a contract for the purchase of four new ship-to-shore cranes that

SC Ports 2017 Container Volume Up 13 Percent

SC Ports 2017 Container Volume Up 13 Percent

The South Carolina Ports Authority announced 2017 container volume increases of 13 percent and

WHAT’S UP ON-DOCK

WHAT’S UP ON-DOCK

In June, the Port of Toledo announced that it had reeled in a big fish. Cliffs Natural Resources,

POLA Records Busiest July in History

POLA Records Busiest July in History

July container volumes at the Port of Los Angeles climbed by 16 percent compared to July 2016

Port of Virginia Grants Businesses Over $2 Million

Port of Virginia Grants Businesses Over $2 Million

Seven companies located throughout Virginia are recipients of grant money from The Port of

GREEN LIT

GREEN LIT

Having fueled smog and pollution around the globe since the advent of the modern shipping,

PANAMA CANAL EXPANDS, EAST COAST PORTS GROW

PANAMA CANAL EXPANDS, EAST COAST PORTS GROW

One year after the opening of the Panama Canal expansion, East Coast ports are receiving some of

Record July Volumes at Port of Virginia

Record July Volumes at Port of Virginia

The Port of Virginia moved 234,230 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in July, which is growth

Final Bill for Hanjin Shipping Bankruptcy: $10 Billion

Final Bill for Hanjin Shipping Bankruptcy: $10 Billion

The bankruptcy of South Korean shipping company Hanjin Shipping is costing creditors over $10

WATCH: Generator Worth $2 Million Moves Through Jaxport

WATCH: Generator Worth $2 Million Moves Through Jaxport

Highly trained stevedores at JAXPORT recently moved a 108,000-pound generator bound for a

BREAKING NEWS: South Korea Carriers Sign National Shipping Alliance

BREAKING NEWS: South Korea Carriers Sign National Shipping Alliance

The Korea Shipowners’ Association has engineered a consortium among South Korea’s 14

Congressional Energy Bill Has Something For Everyone to Love

Congressional Energy Bill Has Something For Everyone to Love

Legislation defining the future of health insurance in the United States keeps on rising from the

Chinese Operators Take Advantage of Container Port Growth Prospects

Chinese Operators Take Advantage of Container Port Growth Prospects

The outlook for global container port demand growth is now more optimistic and Chinese players

Port Houston Cranes On the Way

Port Houston Cranes On the Way

Three new super postpanamax cranes bound for Port Houston’s Barbours Cut Container Terminal

European Commission Requires Belgium and France to End Tax Exemptions for Ports

European Commission Requires Belgium and France to End Tax Exemptions for Ports

The European Commission has required Belgium and France to abolish the corporate tax exemptions

Seafarers: New EU Measures to Improve Working Conditions

Seafarers: New EU Measures to Improve Working Conditions

The European Commission is proposing that an agreement to improve the working conditions of

Doubts About Enforcement of SOLAS VGM

Doubts About Enforcement of SOLAS VGM

Government authorities around the world may be ill-equipped to enforce Safety of Life at Sea

US-NAFTA Trade Heads Higher

US-NAFTA Trade Heads Higher

There may be stress associated with the future of NAFTA in North American capitals, but in the

Africa’s Export Markets Set to Boom In Wake of Ports Expansion

Africa’s Export Markets Set to Boom In Wake of Ports Expansion

With Africa’s overall port utilization capacity now exceeding 70 percent, ports authorities and

SC Ports Posts Strong Growth in Fiscal Year 2017

SC Ports Posts Strong Growth in Fiscal Year 2017

South Carolina Ports Authority posted significant growth across multiple business segments in

Port of NYNJ Welcomes First 13,000-TEU Vessel

Port of NYNJ Welcomes First 13,000-TEU Vessel

On July 17, Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) sailed the largest container ship to date into

OOCL—The Perfect Bride for Cosco

OOCL—The Perfect Bride for Cosco

Last week, a joint statement was issued by Hong Kong-based Orient Overseas International Ltd.

FMC Launches Second Phase of Supply Chain System Initiative

FMC Launches Second Phase of Supply Chain System Initiative

Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca Dye launched the second phase of the Federal Maritime

Evergreen Vessel in Seafarer Rescue

Evergreen Vessel in Seafarer Rescue

The officers and crew of Evergreen Line‘s containership EVER DIADEM joined forces with

SC Ports Achieves Record Fiscal Year

SC Ports Achieves Record Fiscal Year

South Carolina Ports Authority moved a record 2.14 million twenty-foot equivalent units in fiscal

Port of Virginia Sets Fiscal-Year Record

Port of Virginia Sets Fiscal-Year Record

The Port of Virginia handled 231,675 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in June, a new record

Abu Dhabi Inaugurates New Delma Port

Abu Dhabi Inaugurates New Delma Port

Abu Dhabi Ports officially inaugurated Delma Port last week. Located on the eastern side of Delma

Swisstrain Expands Its Service Offering

Swisstrain Expands Its Service Offering

The Swisstrain, a transportation product offered by Swissterminal AG, of Frenkendorf,,

New On-Terminal Reefer Service Area Opens in Charleston

New On-Terminal Reefer Service Area Opens in Charleston

South Carolina Ports Authority has opened a new refrigerated container service area in the Port

Panama Commemorates One-Year Anniversary of Expanded Canal

Panama Commemorates One-Year Anniversary of Expanded Canal

Panama commemorated the one-year anniversary of the inauguration of its expanded canal last week,

BREAKING NEWS: CMA CGM to Sell Stake in Los Angeles Terminal

BREAKING NEWS: CMA CGM to Sell Stake in Los Angeles Terminal

CMA CGM announced today it had signed an agreement with EQT Infrastructure and its partner P5

China’s Belt and Road Initiative Moves Into the Arctic

China’s Belt and Road Initiative Moves Into the Arctic

When China convened its Belt and Road Forum in Beijing last month, most of the attention focused

Kerry Logistics Expands Multimodal Freight Network

Kerry Logistics Expands Multimodal Freight Network

Kerry Logistics Network Limited continues to enhance its services and network under the Belt and

BREAKING NEWS: Maersk Says Cyber Attack ‘Contained’

BREAKING NEWS: Maersk Says Cyber Attack ‘Contained’

After being hit as part of a global cyber attack called Petya on June 27, Maersk is now reporting

New Facility Opens at Port of Philadelphia

New Facility Opens at Port of Philadelphia

Yesterday morning the M/V GLOVIS Comet commenced cargo operations at Pier 122. The arrival of the

WATCH: Panama Canal Celebrates First Anniversary of Expansion

WATCH: Panama Canal Celebrates First Anniversary of Expansion

Panama Canal Administrator Jorge Quijano celebrated the first anniversary of the canal’s

NYNJ’s Maher Terminals Welcomes First Neopanamax to Sail Under New Bayonne Bridge

NYNJ’s Maher Terminals Welcomes First Neopanamax to Sail Under New Bayonne Bridge

The 10,000-TEU ZIM ANTWERP docked at Maher Terminals in the Port of New York and New Jersey

WATCH: Nine Millionth TEU Delivered to Port of Los Angeles

WATCH: Nine Millionth TEU Delivered to Port of Los Angeles

Last week, Evergreen Line’s Ever Sigma container ship discharged the nine millionth TEU to pass

Norfolk International Terminals’ New North Gate Complex Christened

Norfolk International Terminals’ New North Gate Complex Christened

The Port of Virginia christened its state-of-the-art North Gate yesterday, a 26-lane, technology

New Report Warns of Chokepoints on Global Food Trade Routes

New Report Warns of Chokepoints on Global Food Trade Routes

There are significant and under-appreciated risks and vulnerabilities in the global food trade

Ocean Carrier Evergreen Rolls Out Freight Services for Alibaba.com Members

Ocean Carrier Evergreen Rolls Out Freight Services for Alibaba.com Members

Evergreen Line has teamed up with Alibaba.com, a leading wholesale marketplace for global trade

SCPA: Six Percent Container Growth, $262.3 Million in Capital Expenditures in FY2018

SCPA: Six Percent Container Growth, $262.3 Million in Capital Expenditures in FY2018

The South Carolina Ports Authority Board of Directors adopted a 2018 fiscal year financial plan

FMC Allows NYNJ OCEMA to Proceed

FMC Allows NYNJ OCEMA to Proceed

A tie vote yesterday at the Federal Maritime Commission will not prevent the Port of New York ;

SelectUSA Investment Summit Wraps Up in Washington

SelectUSA Investment Summit Wraps Up in Washington

The Department of Commerce concluded its fourth SelectUSA Investment Summit on Tuesday, setting

ONE More Step Along Consolidation Road

ONE More Step Along Consolidation Road

Japanese carriers NYK, MOL and K Line have announced the new name of their merged containership

US Navy Begins Investigation Into Fatal Collision With Cargo Ship

US Navy Begins Investigation Into Fatal Collision With Cargo Ship

US Seventh Fleet Commander Vice Admiral Joseph Aucoin announced the commencement of an

Mexico Fines Ocean Carriers for Monopolistic Practices
PortMiami Welcomes Largest Containership To Call Florida

PortMiami Welcomes Largest Containership To Call Florida

MAERSK SHANGHAI, a 10,081 TEU container ship, the largest to ever call a Florida deepwater port

South Carolina Ports Achieves Record May Container Volume

South Carolina Ports Achieves Record May Container Volume

The South Carolina Ports Authority announced the highest May container volume in its history,

Army Corps Authorizes Final Funding for Delaware River Deepening

Army Corps Authorizes Final Funding for Delaware River Deepening

The US Army Corps of Engineers released its Fiscal Year 2017 Work Plan which allocated $29.25

The Best is Yet to Come for Container Ocean Carriers

The Best is Yet to Come for Container Ocean Carriers

The majority of container shipping lines lost money in the first three months of 2017, but higher

Port of Virginia: May Volume Sets All-Time Mark

Port of Virginia: May Volume Sets All-Time Mark

The Port of Virginia moved 246,871 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in May, representing

Trump Budget Includes Funds for Two US Port Projects

Trump Budget Includes Funds for Two US Port Projects

Two seaports in the United States will be the sole beneficiaries of allocations in the budget

WATCH: President Trump Talks Infrastructure

WATCH: President Trump Talks Infrastructure

“Crumbling infrastructure will be replaced with new roads, bridges, tunnels, airports, and

Port of Baltimore Planning for Bigger Ships and More Containers

Port of Baltimore Planning for Bigger Ships and More Containers

Supersized container ships traveling through the newly expanded Panama Canal have been arriving

WATCH: Port of Tacoma’s Pier 4 Realignment is Coming Together

WATCH: Port of Tacoma’s Pier 4 Realignment is Coming Together

The Pier 4 reconfiguration is taking shape on the General Central Peninsula in the South Harbor

Port Manatee, Guatemala Seek to Grow Trade

Port Manatee, Guatemala Seek to Grow Trade

Port Manatee and Guatemala are seeking to build upon their already significant relationship in

Charleston Harbor Deepening Project Receives Construction Funding

Charleston Harbor Deepening Project Receives Construction Funding

The Charleston Harbor Deepening Project was named one of six “new starts” and

Port Everglades Receives Approval To Begin Largest Expansion in History

Port Everglades Receives Approval To Begin Largest Expansion in History

Broward County, Florida’s Port Everglades received unanimous approval from the Broward

Exporting Coal to China: The Good News and the Bad

Exporting Coal to China: The Good News and the Bad

Coal consumption in the United States is driven by the power generation industry, and the move

CFR: US Should Increase Strategic Commitment to Arctic

CFR: US Should Increase Strategic Commitment to Arctic

“The United States, through Alaska, is a significant Arctic nation with strategic, economic,

Smart Logistics Moves Steel Treatment Plant 5,600 Miles

Smart Logistics Moves Steel Treatment Plant 5,600 Miles

Smart Logistics Group recently completed a project in which it moved four huge pieces on a

Yusen Logistics Taps Into Route Master for Ocean Route Planning

Yusen Logistics Taps Into Route Master for Ocean Route Planning

Yusen Logistics is now using CargoSmart‘s Route Master to gain insights and optimize its

WATCH: Haifa Port Ocean Carrier Record Broken

WATCH: Haifa Port Ocean Carrier Record Broken

A new record for the biggest container ship ever to dock in Israel was set after the MSC Cristina

WATCH: Trump Tells Coast Guard He’ll Build Icebreakers

WATCH: Trump Tells Coast Guard He’ll Build Icebreakers

When President Donald Trump addressed graduates of the Coast Guard Academy last week, he pledged

Port of Oakland Import Volume Spiked 19 Percent

Port of Oakland Import Volume Spiked 19 Percent

Port of Oakland import cargo volume increased 19 percent in March over 2016 totals, according to

Commemorating National Maritime Day

Commemorating National Maritime Day

A little-known annual American commemoration is coming up again on Monday, May 22, National

AASHTO and AAPA Hold Infrastructure Week Briefing on Freight

AASHTO and AAPA Hold Infrastructure Week Briefing on Freight

In conjunction with Infrastructure Week (May 15 to 19), the American Association of State Highway

Ocean Carrier OOCL Christens Largest Containership

Ocean Carrier OOCL Christens Largest Containership

OOCL announced the naming of its latest containership, the OOCL Hong Kong, at a christening

SC Ports Welcomes Biggest Ship Ever to Call East Coast

SC Ports Welcomes Biggest Ship Ever to Call East Coast

On the heels of record-breaking container volumes in March and April, the South Carolina Ports

Port of Virginia’s Container Volumes Climb in April

Port of Virginia’s Container Volumes Climb in April

The Port of Virginia moved 225,196 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in April, which is growth

CHOOSE YOUR PORTS

CHOOSE YOUR PORTS

Psssst. You looking for a port? Well, you’ve come to the right place. What? No, we’re not a

WATCH: Ship Catches Fire at Middle East Port

WATCH: Ship Catches Fire at Middle East Port

A fire that broke on a ship carrying petroleum products reportedly killed one person at Al

Watch: The Future of Ports—2060

Watch: The Future of Ports—2060

Cargo equipment specialist Kalmar presents its vision of how cargo handling will take place at

Global Logistics: President Xi’s Belt and Road Forum

Global Logistics: President Xi’s Belt and Road Forum

China’s biggest diplomatic event of the year is on May 14–15, when President Xi Jinping will

Port of Long Beach Sees International Trade Boost in April

Port of Long Beach Sees International Trade Boost in April

More ships calling at the Port of Long Beach in April thanks to new business and changes to

WATCH: First Autonomous and Zero-Emissions Containership

WATCH: First Autonomous and Zero-Emissions Containership

  The vessel YARA Birkeland will be the world’s first fully electric and autonomous

Milestone for NYNJ Cross Harbor Freight Project

Milestone for NYNJ Cross Harbor Freight Project

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has issued a request for proposals for consultants

Biggest Vessel in Virginia Port’s History Calls

Biggest Vessel in Virginia Port’s History Calls

At 1,200 feet long and 158 feet wide, the containership COSCO Development is a behemoth. It is-

Environmental Review Completed for North America Largest Coal Export Terminal

Environmental Review Completed for North America Largest Coal Export Terminal

The Washington Department of Ecology has completed its environmental review for the largest

NYNJ Port Bayonne Bridge Project Ahead of Schedule

NYNJ Port Bayonne Bridge Project Ahead of Schedule

As of June 30, the $1.6 billion raising of the Bayonne Bridge roadway will allow the world’

FY2017 Omnibus Appropriations Bill Will Help America’s Ports

FY2017 Omnibus Appropriations Bill Will Help America’s Ports

The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) is applauding Congress for approving the 2017

China: Fast Growing Inbound Trade

China: Fast Growing Inbound Trade

Chinese ports are currently encountering a nasty bout of congestion brought on by a number of

THE Alliance Calls Port of Philadelphia

THE Alliance Calls Port of Philadelphia

THE Alliance made its first call to the Port of Philadelphia’s Packer Avenue Marine Terminal

Port of Oakland: Hundreds of New Jobs On the Way

Port of Oakland: Hundreds of New Jobs On the Way

Industrial development will soon create hundreds of new jobs at the Port of Oakland.  The

Double-Digit Import Growth Despite Tariff Talk in Washington

Double-Digit Import Growth Despite Tariff Talk in Washington

Imports at the nation’s major retail container ports should see double-digit year-over-year

Port of Oakland OKs $8.9 Million for Solar Power

Port of Oakland OKs $8.9 Million for Solar Power

The Port of Oakland has approved an $8.9 million deal to purchase solar power for the next 20

FMC Approves East Coast Port Gateway Terminal Agreement

FMC Approves East Coast Port Gateway Terminal Agreement

Port authorities in Virginia and Georgia will be allowed to engage in discussions about a variety

Worried About The New Container Shipping Alliances?

Worried About The New Container Shipping Alliances?

On April 1, while many Americans were indulging in the levity of practical jokes, a major

Port of Oakland Set for Alliance Changes

Port of Oakland Set for Alliance Changes

Port of Oakland officials said that they expect to take on changes to container shipping

AAPA Launches Transportation Infrastructure Campaign

AAPA Launches Transportation Infrastructure Campaign

The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) HAS announced the launch of a campaign that

Uptick in Container Cargo Growth Seen

Uptick in Container Cargo Growth Seen

Over the last couple of years the global container port industry has generally become used to

World’s Largest Containership Delivered

World’s Largest Containership Delivered

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. has announced that the world’s largest containership, MOL,

AAPA Announces Second Annual Ports Day

AAPA Announces Second Annual Ports Day

The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) will celebrate Western Hemisphere Ports Day

ZIM Unveils Restructured Network

ZIM Unveils Restructured Network

ZIM has introduced the final phase of its new network, to begin April 2017. ZIM’s new service

Trump’s DHS Budget Emphasizes Border Security, Immigration

Trump’s DHS Budget Emphasizes Border Security, Immigration

Contrary to the reporting in some media outlets earlier this month, which speculated that the

Arctic Icebreaker Escorts Up 100 Percent

Arctic Icebreaker Escorts Up 100 Percent

Shipping on the Northern Sea Route has far to go before achieving its potential, but Russia’

Expanded Panama Canal Welcomes 1000th Neopanamax Vessel

Expanded Panama Canal Welcomes 1000th Neopanamax Vessel

Less than nine months after the historic inauguration of the expanded canal, the Panama Canal

Trump’s Budget Slashes Funding for Transportation Infrastructure

Trump’s Budget Slashes Funding for Transportation Infrastructure

The fiscal year 2018 budget blueprint released by the White House yesterday is peculiar for a

INTTRA Acquires Avantida

INTTRA Acquires Avantida

INTTRA announced yesterday that it has acquired Avantida, a European market leader in empty

WATCH How Florida’s Economy Depends on Trade

WATCH How Florida’s Economy Depends on Trade

Two and a half million high-wage Florida jobs rely on international trade. Learn the benefits

SC Ports Breaks Ground on Inland Port Dillon

SC Ports Breaks Ground on Inland Port Dillon

Officials broke ground on the site of Inland Port Dillon yesterday, a South Carolina Ports

US Infrastructure Earns D+ Grade

US Infrastructure Earns D+ Grade

If it’s one thing President Donald Trump and congressional Democrats agree on, is the need for

THE Alliance Chooses DP World’s UK Ports

THE Alliance Chooses DP World’s UK Ports

Global container shipping consortium THE Alliance has announced that all of its mainline UK calls

Maher Terminals Cleared to Sell Hanjin Containers

Maher Terminals Cleared to Sell Hanjin Containers

Maher Terminals, the largest container handler in the New York-New Jersey port complex, received

Illogical Port Choices by Liner Alliances

Illogical Port Choices by Liner Alliances

In a ground-breaking analysis Drewry has examined the correlation between carrier terminal

3D Container Cargo Inspection Developed

3D Container Cargo Inspection Developed

A group of South Korean researchers has developed technology for three-dimensional inspection of

APM Terminals Lazaro Cardenas Opens

APM Terminals Lazaro Cardenas Opens

APM Terminals Lazaro Cardenas received its first official vessel call with the arrival of the 9

Virginia International Gateway Starts Three-Year Expansion

Virginia International Gateway Starts Three-Year Expansion

Work got underway last week at the Virginia International Gateway (VIG) on a $320 million

Port Authorities of Georgia and Virginia Propose Collaboration

Port Authorities of Georgia and Virginia Propose Collaboration

The Georgia Ports Authority and the Virginia Port Authority filed on Friday, February 24, 2017,

Two Vessel Engineers Convicted of Environmental and Obstruction Crimes

Two Vessel Engineers Convicted of Environmental and Obstruction Crimes

A federal jury in Charleston, South Carolina convicted two chief engineers of the vessel T/V

Wilbur Ross Confirmed as US Commerce Secretary

Wilbur Ross Confirmed as US Commerce Secretary

The United States Senate confirmed the billionaire investor Wilbur Ross as Secretary of Commerce

APM Terminals to Invest $200 Million in NJ Port

APM Terminals to Invest $200 Million in NJ Port

APM Terminals has significantly increased its previously announced $70 million investment plans

Community Groups Ask Judge to Dismiss Lawsuit Challenging Oakland Coal Ban

Community Groups Ask Judge to Dismiss Lawsuit Challenging Oakland Coal Ban

Earthjustice, representing community groups San Francisco Baykeeper and the Sierra Club, filed a

WATCH: The New Bayonne Bridge is Now Open

WATCH: The New Bayonne Bridge is Now Open

The new Bayonne Bridge, linking New York’s Staten Island to New Jersey, recently opened to

Don’t Expect Smooth Sailing for New Alliances

Don’t Expect Smooth Sailing for New Alliances

The shipper and carrier communities have been waiting with baited breath for the inauguration of

Container Volume Up Eight Percent at SC Ports

Container Volume Up Eight Percent at SC Ports

The South Carolina Ports Authority reported an eight-percent increase in container volume since

POLA and POLB Both Post Gains in January

POLA and POLB Both Post Gains in January

The Port of Long Beach, which has suffered poor traffic numbers in recent months saw renewed

Port of Virginia Processes Record Container Volumes

Port of Virginia Processes Record Container Volumes

The Port of Virginia moved 228,516 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in January, setting a new

Billion Dollar Expansion for London’s Tilbury Terminal

Billion Dollar Expansion for London’s Tilbury Terminal

The Tilbury container terminal, the principal facility at the port of London, England, will be

Legislation To Exempt Shipyards From Federal Hiring Freeze

Legislation To Exempt Shipyards From Federal Hiring Freeze

US Senator Brian Schatz, a Democrat of Hawaii and US Representative Derek Kilmer, a Democrat of

Arctic Winter Navigation Still Rare

Arctic Winter Navigation Still Rare

For all the talk of using the Arctic as a northern shipping route, year-round trade in the region

Algeria Plans Large Container Port

Algeria Plans Large Container Port

The government of Algeria has approved plans for the construction of a new deep water port

Beijing’s Other South China Sea Buildup

Beijing’s Other South China Sea Buildup

While China’s expansion of its seven outposts in the Spratly Islands has dominated headlines

New Ocean-To-Air Perishables Program

New Ocean-To-Air Perishables Program

A shipment of snow peas from Guatemala were flown from South Florida to Amsterdam last night as

Port Everglades Records Record High in December

Port Everglades Records Record High in December

Port Everglades had a record-setting month in December 2016, logging 104,590 TEU moving through

Port of Oakland, Partners Spending $600 Million on Future Growth

Port of Oakland, Partners Spending $600 Million on Future Growth

A Port of Oakland executive outlined a $600 million spending plan here today for growth at his

Vancouver: Building a Global Maritime Hub

Vancouver: Building a Global Maritime Hub

As Canada’s largest port, Vancouver, British Columbia, has always been big on shipping. Now

New Barge to Arrive at Richmond Marine Terminal Today

New Barge to Arrive at Richmond Marine Terminal Today

The Port of Virginia’s new barge – the Richmond Express – arrived in the Norfolk Harbor

First Mega Ship Calls at Israeli Port

First Mega Ship Calls at Israeli Port

The largest ship ever to dock in an Israeli port arrived at the port of Haifa on Thursday. The 13

It’s Official: Hanjin is Finished

It’s Official: Hanjin is Finished

It’s been kind of obvious since Hanjin assets have already been in the process of being

Groups Encouraged By Senate Dems’ Infrastructure Plan

Groups Encouraged By Senate Dems’ Infrastructure Plan

The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) said it is encouraged by the release this

Ocean Alliance Carriers in Agreement on Port Cooperation

Ocean Alliance Carriers in Agreement on Port Cooperation

COSCO SHIPPING Ports has signed a memorandum of understanding with CMA Terminals Holding in

Quieting Waters Around the Port of Vancouver

Quieting Waters Around the Port of Vancouver

The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority has launched an industry-leading incentive program for marine

Deepening the Mississippi River: A Trump Priority

Deepening the Mississippi River: A Trump Priority

President Donald Trump has released a list of 50 Emergency and National Security Projects,

Connecting Ships, Ports, and People

Connecting Ships, Ports, and People

The importance of coherent and connected development across all maritime sectors will feature

Florida Ports Abandon Cuba Deals After Governor’s Threat

Florida Ports Abandon Cuba Deals After Governor’s Threat

Two ports in Florida, the port of Palm Beach and Port Everglades, caved to political pressure

First Direct Container Service Between Saudi Arabia And India

First Direct Container Service Between Saudi Arabia And India

Qatar Navigation (Milaha), a maritime and logistics conglomerate, has signed an agreement with

SC Ports Authority Container Volume Climbs Five Percent

SC Ports Authority Container Volume Climbs Five Percent

The South Carolina Ports Authority has reported a 5.4-percent increase in TEU volume for the

Political Battle Lines Drawn on Infrastructure

Political Battle Lines Drawn on Infrastructure

Congressional Democrats this week introduced a $1 trillion infrastructure plan and invited

Environmental Discounts at Port of Gothenburg

Environmental Discounts at Port of Gothenburg

One in three vessels that called at the Port of Gothenburg last year were classified as green

Service Launch to Bushehr, Iran

Service Launch to Bushehr, Iran

Maersk Line announced that it has expanded its presence in Iran with the addition of the port of

Court Allows Sale of Hanjin U.S. Assets

Court Allows Sale of Hanjin U.S. Assets

Over the protests of creditors, a United States bankruptcy judge in New Jersey yesterday approved

Port of Long Beach Trade Dipped in 2016

Port of Long Beach Trade Dipped in 2016

Slowed by industry headwinds and challenges that included a major customer declaring bankruptcy,

China Now Enforcing Emissions Regs at 11 Ports

China Now Enforcing Emissions Regs at 11 Ports

China began enforcing the use of fuel with a maximum sulphur content of 0.5 percent on ships

Socal Harbor Ecosystem Dramatically Improved

Socal Harbor Ecosystem Dramatically Improved

Years of efforts to reduce environmental impacts related to goods movement have resulted in a

2016 Ended With Logistics Uptick

2016 Ended With Logistics Uptick

The Logistics Confidence Index ended a run of 14 consecutive months of negative results, with a

Infrastructure Investments at North Carolina Ports

Infrastructure Investments at North Carolina Ports

As part of its ongoing infrastructure investment plan, North Carolina Ports has ordered two

Innovation Award to Port of Vancouver USA

Innovation Award to Port of Vancouver USA

The Port of Vancouver USA won an IHS Dredging and Port Construction Innovation Award for its

Federal Water Bill Requires Fresh Look at Arctic Port for Alaska

Federal Water Bill Requires Fresh Look at Arctic Port for Alaska

A small clause in the nation’s most recent water resources and funding bill could breathe

Port of Virginia Sets New Volume Record

Port of Virginia Sets New Volume Record

The Port of Virginia set a new annual record for container cargo volume having handled more than.

A First for Arctic Shipping

A First for Arctic Shipping

A ship owned by ZPMC Red Box Energy Services, a Netherlands-based marine-transport services

FMC Rejects NYNJ Equipment Agreement

FMC Rejects NYNJ Equipment Agreement

The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) on Monday rejected the “Port of New York/New Jersey

UPDATED: Port of Portland Files Lawsuit Against Monsanto

UPDATED: Port of Portland Files Lawsuit Against Monsanto

The Port of Portland, has filed a lawsuit in a United States District Court in Oregon against

Russian Shipments in Arctic Set Record

Russian Shipments in Arctic Set Record

The Russian Ministry of Economic Development released figures recently which show that shipments

Funding for Clean Diesel Projects in New England Ports

Funding for Clean Diesel Projects in New England Ports

Three New England projects have been awarded nearly two million dollars under a competitive

BREAKING NEWS: Objection to Hanjin Northwest Terminal Sale

BREAKING NEWS: Objection to Hanjin Northwest Terminal Sale

As a deadline for filing in a U.S. bankruptcy court neared last week, the Northwest Seaport

Port Canaveral Welcomes New Reefer Ship

Port Canaveral Welcomes New Reefer Ship

GT USA welcomed to the Canaveral Cargo Terminal (CCT) the M.V. Seatrade Red on its maiden call to

SC Ports Authority Announces Record Container Volume in 2016

SC Ports Authority Announces Record Container Volume in 2016

South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) announced a record container volume of nearly two million

DP World Increases Stake In Busan

DP World Increases Stake In Busan

DP World announces that it has acquired an additional 23.94 percent stake in Busan Newport

Dover Harbour Board Takes Over Cargo Operations

Dover Harbour Board Takes Over Cargo Operations

The Dover Harbour Board, a public entity which overseas operations at the southeast England port,

USAID Ends Funding for Ukraine Customs Reform

USAID Ends Funding for Ukraine Customs Reform

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has ended funding for a customs reform

POLB Seeks Public Input on Rail Facility

POLB Seeks Public Input on Rail Facility

The Port of Long Beach will begin public hearings next week on a draft environmental study for

Miami Marine Terminal Conference Agreement In Force

Miami Marine Terminal Conference Agreement In Force

An agreement between two marine terminal companies located at the Port of Miami went into force

Sino-Global Develops Logistics Strategy

Sino-Global Develops Logistics Strategy

Sino-Global Shipping America, Ltd., a non-asset based global shipping and freight logistics

Shipping Traffic on Russia’s Northern Sea Route Grows

Shipping Traffic on Russia’s Northern Sea Route Grows

Shipping traffic in Russia’s Arctic waters saw significant growth in 2017, with cargo

50-Foot Dredging for Lower Mississippi River

50-Foot Dredging for Lower Mississippi River

A plan released last month by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers would deepen portions of the

First Train Runs Through D.C.’s Virginia Avenue Tunnel

First Train Runs Through D.C.’s Virginia Avenue Tunnel

The rail carrier CSX announced the on-time completion of the first phase of the new Virginia

POLA Receives EPA Grant For Clean Terminal Equipment

POLA Receives EPA Grant For Clean Terminal Equipment

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded the Port of Los Angeles an $800,000

Agreement on Marine Container Facility at Nova Scotia Port

Agreement on Marine Container Facility at Nova Scotia Port

Ports America and Sydney Harbour Investment Partners (SHIP) have announced an agreement for the

Reactivating Grain Silo at Port of Brownsville

Reactivating Grain Silo at Port of Brownsville

OmniTRAX, Inc., one of the largest privately held transportation service companies in North

First In-Port Cold Storage Facility In North Carolina

First In-Port Cold Storage Facility In North Carolina

The temperatures inside Port of Wilmington Cold Storage (PWCS) may be below freezing, but the

Mediterranean Shipping Company to Take Over Long Beach’s Largest Terminal

Mediterranean Shipping Company to Take Over Long Beach’s Largest Terminal

After several twists and turns, a subsidiary of Mediterranean Shipping Company has been approved

Port Everglades Authorized to Deepen and Widen Channels

Port Everglades Authorized to Deepen and Widen Channels

The passage and signing of the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act has had

UNCTAD Port Data Project Gathers Steam

UNCTAD Port Data Project Gathers Steam

UNCTAD’s port data project is gathering steam, with 13 new ports signing on in November.

Expanded Panama Canal Welcomes Largest Capacity Vessel To Date

Expanded Panama Canal Welcomes Largest Capacity Vessel To Date

The Panama Canal welcomed yesterday the largest capacity vessel to-date to transit the expanded

Ground Breaking for New ExpressRail Port Jersey Facility

Ground Breaking for New ExpressRail Port Jersey Facility

GCT USA and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey broke ground earlier this week for the

Port Manatee Opens Expanded South Gate

Port Manatee Opens Expanded South Gate

Offering enhanced capabilities for movement of oversized cargo, Port Manatee’s newly expanded

Port Tampa Bay’s $17.2B Annual Economic Impact

Port Tampa Bay’s $17.2B Annual Economic Impact

A new economic impact study of 2015 numbers shows that Port Tampa Bay has an annual regional

Carriers Playing Poker With Ports

Carriers Playing Poker With Ports

Container shipping lines are in danger of putting future port investment at risk in their demands

South Carolina Ports Post Record November Container Volume

South Carolina Ports Post Record November Container Volume

The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) reported its strongest November container volumes on

RAMLAB Opens at RDM Rotterdam

RAMLAB Opens at RDM Rotterdam

Officials of the Port of Rotterdam Authority opened RAMLAB (Rotterdam Additive Manufacturing LAB)

North American Grain Shipments Flowing

North American Grain Shipments Flowing

The St. Lawrence Seaway is expecting a strong finish to the shipping season as freighters deliver

Solar Panels Installed at Port of Long Beach

Solar Panels Installed at Port of Long Beach

The Port of Long Beach is doing its part to contribute to a sustainable environment with the

Rotterdam in Joint Venture With Indonesia Port

Rotterdam in Joint Venture With Indonesia Port

The Port of Rotterdam Authority signed a joint venture agreement with the Indonesian state-owned

Port of Rotterdam Aims to Lead in Energy Transition

Port of Rotterdam Aims to Lead in Energy Transition

The Port of Rotterdam Authority wants to develop the port into the place where the energy

First Offshore Wind Farm in U.S. Powers Up

First Offshore Wind Farm in U.S. Powers Up

The Block Island Wind Farm has completed its commissioning and testing phases and begun

New Container Terminal at Port of Montreal

New Container Terminal at Port of Montreal

Investments made by the Government of Canada and the Montréal Port Authority to enhance the Port

Tema Port Expansion Underway in Ghana

Tema Port Expansion Underway in Ghana

A public-private partnership between the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) and Meridian

UPDATED: U.S. Congress Passes Water Resources Bill

UPDATED: U.S. Congress Passes Water Resources Bill

The United States Congress passed a new water resources bill over the weekend. The House of

Businesses Ask FMC to Address Fees

Businesses Ask FMC to Address Fees

A coalition representing retailers, manufacturers, truckers, transportation intermediaries, and

Port of Virginia: November Cargo Volumes Strong

Port of Virginia: November Cargo Volumes Strong

With peak season nearing its close, The Port of Virginia in November handled 236,155 TEUs making

Port Tampa Bay Expands Footprint

Port Tampa Bay Expands Footprint

Already the largest and most diversified seaport in the state of Florida, Port Tampa Bay

CMA CGM Improves Service Between North Europe and Central America

CMA CGM Improves Service Between North Europe and Central America

CMA CGM has announced an improved service directly connecting North Europe with Central America.

Hyundai Named Preferred Bidder for Algeciras Terminal

Hyundai Named Preferred Bidder for Algeciras Terminal

Hyundai Merchant Marine has been named the preferred bidder for a port terminal in Algeciras,

AAPA Has Recommendations for Trump

AAPA Has Recommendations for Trump

The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) has sent a document to President-elect Donald

Strikes Crippling Piraeus Port Competitiveness

Strikes Crippling Piraeus Port Competitiveness

Strikes that are crippling the port of Piraeus in Greece last week and this week are just the

$3.7 Billion Global Investment Platform for Ports and Terminals

$3.7 Billion Global Investment Platform for Ports and Terminals

DP World is partnering with Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) to invest in ports