First ship calls to unload automobiles and boats transforming Pier 80 from an underutilized asset to a thriving marine terminal
The Port of San Francisco today welcomed Pasha Automotive Services (PAS), […]
From the Port of San Francisco:
The Port and Pasha Automotive Services (PAS) will hold an opening ceremony and media event to inaugurate the transformation of Pier 80 from an underutilized asset to a thriving marine terminal, creating significant economic and employment benefits for San Francisco.
Join us to celebrate the arrival of the […]
Hawaii’s largest ocean cargo transportation company had a record profit last year, earning more than $103 million.
Honolulu-based Matson announced Tuesday that its earnings last year were up 46 percent from $70.8 million the previous year. The company managed to hit a record year even after reporting a lower fourth-quarter income in 2015 than in […]
With the looming closure at the end of this month of the temporary storage depot at the The Port of Long Beach Terminal Island parcel known as “Pier S,” Harbor Department officials will begin a process to solicit input on potential uses from industry, environmental groups and the community.
The temporary depot has been operated […]
From a Pasha Group news release:
The Pasha Group’s acquisition of the Hawaii trade-lane business of Horizon Lines, Inc. (Horizon) was completed this week. The Pasha Group, one of the nation’s leading Jones Act shipping and integrated logistics companies, has served the Hawaii market for more than 50 years, adding roll-on/roll-off liner service between the […]
The Pasha Group says that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has cleared its acquisition of the Hawaii trade-lane business of Horizon Lines, Inc. (Horizon). This paves the way for an anticipated final closing before the end of the second quarter.
In becoming part of Pasha, Horizon’s Hawaii business will operate alongside Pasha Hawaii’s existing […]
Excerpts from Port Technology:
Under ‘Peel Off’ import containers loaded with goods belonging to high-volume shippers are stacked together in a block upon arrival at the port.
The terminals expedite trucks through their gates to retrieve the containers and deliver them to the near-dock yard where they are sorted.
The same trucks loop back to […]
From the Journal of Commerce:
The Port of Los Angeles is teaming up with terminal operators and a harbor drayage company to launch a container free-flow operation aimed at reducing congestion at the largest U.S. port while deliverinhttp://www.longshoreshippingnews.com/2015/03/free-flow-container-operation-launched-in-port-of-los-angeles/g import loads to retailers and other large shippers quickly and efficiently.
“I am confident we will see […]
A depot to temporarily store empty containers and alleviate ongoing congestion at the nation’s second busiest seaport is now open, Port of Long Beach officials said Monday.
The 30-acre facility on Pier S, which will run at least until March 31, opened Monday to serve as a temporarily solution for dealing with bottlenecks at the […]
Excerpts from an Apparel News article titled ‘Longshore union wants to see more shipping line honchos at the negotiating table’:
A shortage of chassis to transport the cargo containers to rail yards and warehouses has been a problem for months as shipping lines got out of the chassis business. Now four companies lease out chassis, […]
Excerpts from Container Management:
Mergers and takeovers are increasing in the container shipping arena, according to industry consultant, Drewry.
Subject to regulatory and shareholder approval, US Jones Act carrier Horizon Lines is selling its Hawaii operations for US$141.5m to the Pasha Group, which will augment its existing roll-on/roll-off operations between the US mainland and […]
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