Excerpts from the Journal of Commerce:
The Panama Canal Pilots Union will not try to renegotiate its contract with the Panama Canal Authority this year as both parties are allowed under the existing [...]
From Rising Tide North America:
Clatskanie, OR—Climate justice activists, local Clatskanie farmers, and oil train opponents from all over Columbia County are blockading the tracks [Update: Police Risk Protester’s Life to End 9-Hour Oil Train Blockade']that lead to Port Westward on the Columbia River. The blockade consists of [...]
From The Trucker:
A federal appellate court should order the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to issue a long-overdue rule outlining training standards for entry-level truck drivers, safety advocates and a union told the court in a lawsuit filed last week.
Congress initially told the agency to finish a rulemaking process on driver training [...]
The container ship Vega Auriga, which made media headlines when it arrived in Tauranga last month after being banned from Australian ports, has clocked up seven departure date cancellations.
Formerly under Mediterranean Shipping Company hire, the ship effectively lost its job when it was barred from Australian ports in August. Defects found during a Maritime [...]
Recently in Evendale, Ohio:
Crews were back at the scene of a grain elevator explosion Saturday after fire reportedly rekindled inside the structure.
The explosion happened Friday afternoon at the Bunge North America facility. The facility supplies resources to livestock, poultry and food service industries.
From the Journal of Commerce:
The Port of Long Beach has resumed full cargo-handling operations after storm surges from Tropical Storm Marie subsided.
The port Wednesday suspended operations at two terminals due to 10- to 15-foot waves that battered south-facing piers and endangered dockworkers. The working of four vessels, including two Mediterranean Shipping Co. ships, [...]
From the Columbian:
The Port of Vancouver has agreed with Tesoro Corp. and Savage Companies — which now are pursuing their joint venture under the collective name of Vancouver Energy — to build an oil terminal that would transfer an average of 360,000 barrels of crude per day.
The proposal for an oil terminal [...]
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (August 19, 2014) – Longshore workers were able to safely enter the gate of an Oakland terminal on Tuesday night and work the ZIM vessel PIRAEUS. Unlike previous shifts over the last several days, the number of demonstrators and police at the terminal’s gate was small, and Longshore workers determined that the [...]
The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) Congress in Sofia, Bulgaria, has launched the global “Safe Rates and a Safe Industry – We’re In, Are you?” campaign for Australian truck drivers in the Transport Workers Union (TWU).
The TWU has long campaigned for better working conditions and safer roads for Australia’s truck drivers, some of whom [...]
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