The Oregon International Port of Coos Bay could be losing their Executive Director to the Port of Bellingham, Washington, as Jeff Bishop has shown up as a finalist for their open spot.
Bishop has been heading up the Port of Coos Bay since January of 2005. Prior to that he had served as Manager [...]
Lines and TOTE handle about 75 percent of the waterborne cargo between Tacoma to Alaska. Thanks to the Jones Act, they use vessels built in the U.S. and manned by Americans — but that could change if McCain succeeds in repealing the Jones Act.
Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain has introduced legislation that would [...]
China Shipping Container Lines Co., the nation’s second-biggest cargo-box carrier, plans to impose an “emergency equipment surcharge” of $400 per forty-foot box on transpacific shipments next month because of a global shortage of containers.
AP Moller-Maersk A/S, the world’s largest container line, has forecast an “unprecedented” shortage of cargo boxes because of a surge in [...]
Port of Los Angeles officials’ concerns about where to put dredged sediment if they approve a new $50 million shipyard may have just become a non-issue, thanks to a request from the Port of Long Beach for dredged material it can use to create land for the Long Beach Middle Harbor Project. Gambol Industries has [...]