The driver of an SUV will survive after a semi-truck tipped over and the trailer landed on the vehicle, trapping the man inside.
Nearly two dozen firefighters worked to rescue [...]
Excerpts from the Oregonian
The Port of Newport has received its first grant toward rehabilitating its international shipping terminal. The $2 million grant from the federal Department of Transportation will be used to leverage more money from state sources to finish a shipping facility, port officials said Thursday.
While there are pending upgrades to Highway [...]
From an article titled ‘Federal labor board rules longshoremen intentionally slowed work, made threats in 2012′ in The Oregonian:
The National Labor Relations Board has once again ruled that longshoremen engaged in unfair labor practices during a 2012 dispute with the container-terminal operator at the Port of Portland.
But the three-year struggle is not [...]
Although very little work is happening at Terminal 6 at the Port of Portland, its operator and the union representing the workers there are continuing to spar.
On Wednesday, ICTSI Oregon, which operates the container terminal, issued a press released trumpeting a National Labor Relations Board ruling affirming an administrative law judge’s ruling that ILWU [...]
In an editorial titled ”Olympia keeps local rail upgrades on track,” The Daily News applauds Washington State’s investment in a rail corridor project that will help Longview attract cargo.
The Legislature worked into triple overtime this year, but it did finally deliver our corner of Washington some great news: It committed the state to contributing [...]
Despite criticism from environmentalists, the $200 million Columbia River channel deepening project generated over $1 billion in capital investments since its completion five years ago, port officials and terminal operators say.
In a new report released by Port of Portland and Pacific Northwest Waterways Association, consultants studied the economic impact of the project that deepened [...]
From the Portland Business Journal:
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union on Tuesday blamed ICTSI Oregon Inc. — the company hired to manage the Port of Portland’s sole container terminal — for the departure of the port’s largest shipping service, Hanjin Shipping.
“Hanjin’s stated departure from Portland rests solely on ICTSI’s inherent refusal and failure [...]
Excerpts from the Capital Press article titled ”Port of Portland extends ocean carrier subsidies”:
The Port of Portland commission voted on Dec. 10 to pay up to $4 million in subsidies to Hanjin and other carriers, which are at risk of avoiding the facility due to slow container movements.
The subsidies were approved over the [...]
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