From the Journal of Commerce:
On March 16, 2012, Fabiola docked at the Port of Long Beach, breaking earlier records for the largest container ship at a U.S. port, and at any North American port. It is 1,200 feet long.
The March 16 arrival of the massive ship Fabiola at the Port of Long [...]
The following opinion piece was published in the Dallas Morning News on behalf of Bruno Ferrari García de Alba, Mexico’s secretary of economy:
Bruno Ferrari de Alba says the United States should take the lead to give Mexico a seat at the Trans-Pacific Partnership table.
While governments and the public have been concentrating on challenges [...]
‘Each one of those ships means over $2 million for the local economy, and over 4,300 regional jobs during the cruise season,’ said Port Commission president Gael Tarleton in a statement.
On Saturday, the 2012 season’s first cruise ship arrived in the Port of Seattle’s Smith Cove Cruise Terminal. The Holland America Line’s MS [...]