Coal companies, including a parent of the company proposing to build a terminal in Longview, are investigating the possibility [...]
India’s exports surged nearly 35 percent year-over-year to $23.9 billion in April, the first month of fiscal 2011-2012, according to provisional trade figures released by the Commerce Ministry.
Ministry officials said the growth was largely led by engineering goods, petroleum products, chemicals and electronics.
Imports during April went up 14 percent to $32.8 billion year-over-year, [...]
The Singapore-based parent of APL, the world’s seventh-largest container line, is investing $25.8 million in a joint venture to operate a two-berth container terminal at the Port of Qingdao that is expected to open in the second half of 2011.
NOL formed a partnership with Qingdao Qianwan United Container Terminal Co. to operate the Qingdao [...]
In this video, Peruvian dockworker union secretary-treasurer Wilmer Esteves Morales tells ITF delegates of the struggles his fellow dockworkers went through to regain their collective bargaining rights: strikes lasting more than 20 days, police repression, militarization of the docks in Callao, and more.
Dockers in Peru have won a ground-breaking settlement bringing to an [...]
A report released June 15 from the U.S. Maritime Administration shows more ships are stopping at U.S. ports. The stops, or vessel calls, rebounded by 13 percent in 2010, after an eight percent decline in 2009. Oceangoing vessel calls reflect waterborne trade between the United States and countries around the world, and are a measure [...]
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, racing to elevate the Bayonne Bridge, is “working towards a date of 2016” to complete the complex engineering project and clear a path for larger ships into the port, an agency source said.But factors such as a required environmental review make it difficult to set a [...]
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