Excerpts from ‘Port of Bellingham signs deal with company that will ship timber to Asia’ in the Bellingham Herald:
The Port of Bellingham announced Wednesday that it had signed a […]
Lower oil prices, a weaker Chinese economy and trade sanctions with Russia are contributing to less cargo passing through the Port of Everett this year.
While a decline had been expected, it was greater than what port officials had forecast because of a dramatic drop in cargo for oil projects in Alaska and Canada.
This weekend, for the second time, Everett-based log supplier, Forest Marketing Enterprises, Inc. (FORMARK) will be delivering nearly 3.3 million board feet of logs to the Port of Everett to be loaded under deck of the ECL chartered ship. This shipment is the second of six total shipments for the year, of what is expected […]
Our Brother is not being publicly identified at this time. Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family as we hope for his recovery. From The Daily News:
A dockworker was in critical condition Tuesday afternoon after a fall at the Weyerhaeuser Co. log yard.
Longview fire officials and AMR responded to the […]
For the first time since November, monthly container traffic volumes at the Port of Tacoma surpassed those in the same month in the prior year in March, the port reported.
Container numbers improved by 8.5 percent last month over March 2013. The port handled 185,415 container units last month, according to port statisticians.
That increase […]
After seeing its container cargo volume numbers fall below last year’s figures in August, September and October, the Port of Tacoma has reported its November container numbers improved 3.1 percent over November 2012.
Despite the declines in the three previous months, the port’s total container unit count for the year through the end of November […]
A proposal to develop a multi-million-dollar log-exporting terminal at the Port of Newport continues to be one of the region’s most contentious issues, as revealed by the attendance and resulting dialogue at a public meeting held Tuesday night in Newport.
The plan to build a 15-acre paved log yard on port property has been delayed […]
On a two-day tour along the Columbia River and Oregon’s northern coast, state legislators stopped in Astoria and Warrenton Friday to hear plans for expanding Astoria’s port capabilities, discuss dredging and Warrenton’s levee system.
In Astoria, the group convened and toured Westerlund Log Handlers’ operation at the Port of Astoria. The tour followed Wednesday’s decision […]
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