Local transportation, environmental and labor interests, led by International Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 19, support the city’s attempt to attract professional basketball back to Seattle, but they want the arena to be constructed somewhere else.
The ILWU filed a lawsuit, charging that the city of Seattle and King County violated the State Environmental Policy [...]
The Port of Los Angeles has become the first US port to adopt an international clean air program that rewards ocean carriers for bringing their newest and cleanest vessels to the port.
The Environmental Ship Index (ESI) program, will take effect from the start of July following the formal approval of the Los Angeles Board [...]
When ships were required in 2008 to use cleaner fuel closer to the California Coast, the Santa Barbara Channel's ship traffic dropped dramatically. Now the area outside of the islands is included in the clean fuel zone.
Noting that cargo ships are traveling longer distances to avoid having to switch as quickly to a [...]
In his new role, Mr. Hamlin oversees Horizon Lines’ ocean transportation services, inland services, the order-to-cash cycle, maintenance, safety, security, network operations, North America terminals and technology.
Mr. Hamlin was Vice President Transportation and Equipment Operations when he left Sea-Land in 1999, after the international business was sold to A.P. Moller-Maersk Group. He then [...]