Costco Wholesale Corp. said it doesn’t plan to shift any of its U.S. imports to the East Coast as a result of [...]
From the Baltimore Sun:
Longshoremen who went on strike last year at the port of Baltimore claim they are not liable for related losses sustained by their employers, in part because a coastwide labor contract banning such strikes does not apply to them.
The claim was made in a federal court filing by Jennifer Stair, [...]
From the Journal of Commerce:
It’s too late for some retailers depending on shipments through West Coast ports. If they have no contingency plans for a potential strike or slowdown tied to International Longshore and Warehouse Union negotiations, they sit with fingers crossed. …But even if planning and implementing diversions didn’t cost any extra time [...]
DP World London Gateway has a weekly call by the Southern Africa Europe Container service operated by MOL, Maersk, Safmarine and DAL.
Starting in May, Hamburg-Sud and Hapag-Lloyd will operate the South America East Coast service, a South America West Coast, Caribbean, Australia and New Zealand service and a North America West Coast, India, Pakistan [...]
From Delaware Online:
Dole Food Co. will continue moving bananas and other fresh fruit up the Delaware River and into the Port of Wilmington for the next 15 years thanks to a lease signed Tuesday.
Dole is the largest tenant at the port. The company had been contemplating a move to Paulsboro, N.J., until reaching [...]
Logistics experts say Florida is unlikely to transform into a major import destination because it’s far from population centers in the rest of the country. The larger ships that would be able to sail through the Panama Canal would be too big for the Port of Tampa. The best chance for an increase in business [...]
Expansion of the Panama Canal was a big topic as hundreds of maritime executives from around the Americas gathered for a major industry conference last week in Miami.
What wasn’t so clear is who will be the winners and who will lose when the expanded canal is ready to handle a new generation of big [...]
Louis Dreyfus Commodities Tuesday celebrated a state of the art grain and oilseed export elevator at the Port of Baton Rouge, which comes after construction, expansion and upgrades to the facility worth $150 million.
The elevator is made to handle up to five million metric tons of grains and oilseeds annually during the first phase [...]
The White House says Vice President Joe Biden is canceling a trip to Panama next week, but he’s still scheduled to visit the Lowcountry.
Biden will still travel to Charleston and Savannah on Monday, and to Mexico at the end of the week to meet with President Enrique Pena Nieto. Biden is expected to deliver [...]
Konecranes has received a $56 million order from the Port of Houston Authority for four super-post-Panamax ship-to-shore cranes and three rubber-tire gantry cranes.
The STS cranes, which can handle container ships that are 22 containers wide, will be the largest that Konecranes has ever built, according to the lifting equipment provider. They will have a [...]
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