A four-year labour agreement has been reached covering longshoremen at the Port of Montreal. The Maritime Employers Association says the deal runs until December 2012 and includes wage increases of 1.5 per cent to 2.5 per cent.
The association says the deal, to be submitted to members of CUPE Longshoremen’s Union Local 375 shortly, also [...]
The Port of Everett has terminated its contract with a Chicago developer, scrapping plans for a $400 million redevelopment on the Everett waterfront, officials said Tuesday night. … The contract called for building as many as 660 waterfront condominiums in several phases as well as a number of commercial buildings for offices, restaurants and other [...]
The largest corn shipment in the history of the Port of Grays Harbor departed for Saudi Arabia this month, carrying a record 47,000 metric tons of U.S. No. 2 Yellow Corn, the port announced in a news release.
Not only was it the largest dry bulk shipment in the port’s history but also the first [...]
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Maersk President for North America Michael White dangled his company’s pending new contract with the State Ports Authority in a letter [to federal, state and local lawmakers] obtained by The Post and Courier. White wrote that access at Port of Charleston must include [...]