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Autos off to a record start in 2011 at Port of Baltimore

AJOT | September 27, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Governor Martin O’Malley announced today that the Port of Baltimore had a record first half of 2011 for cars, handling more international auto tonnage than any other U.S. port, including New York which handled the most cars in 2010. More than 538,000 ton Read More »

Steinke receives 2011 Connie Award

AJOT | September 27, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

The Connie Award was presented by the Containerization and Intermodal Institute (CII) to Richard D. Steinke, who will retire this month as executive director of the Port of Long Beach. Mr. Steinke was honored for his leadership role in developing the Port Read More »

Plains to expand Louisiana crude terminal

AJOT | September 27, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Surplus crude from the U.S. Midwest will soon have a bigger home in the Gulf Coast.

Plains All American said on Thursday it would add 1.2 million barrels of crude oil storage to its St. James, Louisiana terminal by the third quarter of 2012 after secu Read More »

Port of Charleston launches truck replacement program

AJOT | September 27, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) has launched a new voluntary program to help truck owners replace older trucks with newer, cleaner rigs. That means truckers can earn some extra green, while they go green at the same time.

Seaport Truck Air Read More »

Philippines International Container will bid for Greek ports

AJOT | September 14, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Philippines-based International Container (ICTS) will make an offer to buy the two main Greek ports if the government were to make them available for sale, the port operator's chief said.

Enrique Razon, chairman and president of ICTS, told Reuters in Read More »

Syria’s ports suffer as unrest hits economy

AJOT | September 14, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

From his window on the corniche of Syria's Mediterranean port city of Tartous, an international shipper bemoans the change since a popular uprising six months ago engulfed the country and dealt a heavy blow to its economy.

"At night, ship lights made Read More »

Premium Article  Albacor transports tunnel boring machine from Rotterdam to Miami

AJOT | September 11, 2011 | Breakbulk & Projects | Ports & Terminals

Albacor Shipping New York handled the transport of one tunnel boring machine to Miami, FL. The tunnel boring machine will be used to drill a tunnel between Watson Island and the Port of Miami.

The cargo, total 8700 CBM, included the Main Drive which w Read More »

Premium Article  A harbinger of recovery?

Peter Buxbaum | September 11, 2011 | Breakbulk & Projects | Ports & Terminals

Growth in Burns Harbor project cargo shows America is retooling
What does it say about the United States economy when more project cargoes are moving into American ports?

It says that U.S. businesses are recapitalizing and preparing comp Read More »

Premium Article  Project cargo a mainstay of Port of Albany

Peter Buxbaum | September 11, 2011 | Breakbulk & Projects | Ports & Terminals

Proximity to GE Schenectady is key
GE Energy, a division of General Electric, is headquartered in Schenectady, N.Y., and Schenectady is a short half hour drive to the state capital of Albany in upstate New York. Since GE Energy is a major ex Read More »

Premium Article  Traffic diversity keeps PMV on an even keel says Port President

Leo Quigley | September 11, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Port Metro Vancouver’s mid-year report, while showing a drop in some traffic segments and significant increases in others, indicates that Canada’s largest port has experienced a relatively balanced year so far in 2011. And, Robin Sylvester, President and Read More »

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