From Thursday’s Journal of Commerce:
Office clerical workers and waterfront employers in Southern California met through the day on Wednesday, recessing the talks at 9 p.m. Contract negotiations for the 600-member Office Clerical Unit of International Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 63 were scheduled to resume Thursday.
There are no initial reports of what transpired [...]
The Port of Everett on Monday welcomed the newest cargo carrier to town with a reception and harbor tour, in anticipation of the arrival from Russia Wednesday of a second vessel of the Sakhalin Shipping Co. (SASCO).
SASCO’s first ship, Selenga, left Everett fully loaded on July 18, bound for the Russian far east. The [...]
The International Longshoremen’s Union posted this announcement today:
ILA and USMX Will Continue Negotiations With Union and Management’s 20-member Committee Meeting on August 22-24, 2012
The International Longshoremen’s Association, AFL-CIO will resume negotiations with United States Maritime Alliance (USMX) on Wednesday, August 22, 2012 when the union’s negotiating sub-committee, called the 20-member committee, meets with [...]
Knud Stubkjaer, a former senior executive with Maersk Line and German shipowner E.R. Schiffahrt, has been named CEO of Carrix, the parent of Seattle-based SSA Marine and Tideworks Technology. Current CEO Jon Hemingway will continue to serve as chairman.
Stubkjaer spent 30 years with A.P. Moller-Maersk, including as CEO of Maersk Line. More recently, he [...]
Coos Bay COO Kathy Wall is taking over as COO from David Koch, who became full time CEO in June.
The Oregon International Port of Coos Bay promoted Kathy Wall to serve as chief operating officer, the position formerly held by Chief Executive Officer David Koch.
Wall previously served as harbormaster for two years, overseeing [...]