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Ports & Terminals

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Port to Host Cargo Forecast Conference

AJOT | March 06, 2008 | Ports & Terminals

Find out what the experts are predicting at this year's "Pulse of the Ports" peak season forecast conference hosted by the Port of Long Beach. The event will be at the Hyatt Regency Long Beach, 200 S. Pine Avenue, 7:30 a.m. on March 19. Read More »

HHLA Included In The MDAX

AJOT | March 06, 2008 | Ports & Terminals

Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) is being included in the MDAX with effect from 25 March 2008. The share indices committee at Frankfurt Stock Exchange decided this at its meeting yesterday. Read More »

USCG issues notice on ships from Syria

AJOT | March 05, 2008 | Ports & Terminals

The US Coast Guard issued a notice stating that, effective March 20th, it will impose conditions of entry on vessels arriving in the United States from Syria. With the exception of vessels arriving from certain named ports, any vessel arriving in the Uni Read More »

HHLA sets new records

AJOT | March 03, 2008 | Ports & Terminals

Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) maintained its profitable growth course in the 2007 financial year, setting new records with revenues at 1.18 billion euros as well as an operating result of around 285 million euros. Read More »

Bilbao Port traffic tops 40 million tons

AJOT | February 27, 2008 | Ports & Terminals

For the first time in its history, the Port of Bilbao has topped the 40-million ton mark after a 4% increase over 2006. In general, there were positive performances in all types of packaging, with record results in containers, general cargo and liquid bul Read More »

Premium Article  Florida Atlantic seaports enhance infrastructures

Paul Scott Abbott | February 10, 2008 | Ports & Terminals

nfrastructure projects are abounding at deepwater seaports along Florida’s Atlantic Coast as port officials hope to be ready to handle substantial growth in trade, including greater trans-Pacific volumes associated with Panama Canal expansion. Read More »

Premium Article  Shallow-draft river port is overcoming obstacles

Paul Scott Abbott | February 10, 2008 | Ports & Terminals

Maintaining the flow of international waterborne commerce along the Miami River seems to be a constant struggle. Nonetheless, buoyed by recent favorable legal decisions and the resumption of dredging, maritime interests along the river are remaining encou Read More »

Premium Article  Florida looks to benefit from canal’s expansion

Paul Scott Abbott | February 10, 2008 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

Much of the current infrastructure growth at Florida seaports can be attributed to the expansion of the Panama Canal that is now under way, but concerns remain that ports, channels and inland transportation won’t be prepared for the trade boom after the c Read More »

Premium Article  US not ready to handle boom from Panama Canal expansion

Paul Scott Abbott | February 03, 2008 | Intermodal | International Trade | Ports & Terminals | Transport Intermediaries

US ports and inland transportation networks aren’t ready to handle trade growth associated with Panama Canal expansion – and they won’t be unless there are swift changes to governmental processes. Read More »

Premium Article  Panama Canal workshop draws 200 to Tampa

Paul Scott Abbott | February 03, 2008 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

Indicative of the high interest in developments surrounding the expansion of the Panama Canal, more than 200 port industry leaders gathered Jan. 23-24 in Tampa for the Shifting International Trade Routes: Planning for the Panama Canal Expansion workshop, Read More »

Premium Article  SSA Marine security head: TWIC is ‘more than heavy lift’

Paul Scott Abbott | February 03, 2008 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

This year’s nationwide implementation of the Transportation Worker Identification Credential program remains a daunting task, but progress is being made, according to Bill L. DeWitt, corporate security director for SSA Marine, which operates four dozen US Read More »

Premium Article  Bulk trends remain strong on Canada’s east coast

Leo Ryan | February 03, 2008 | Breakbulk & Projects | Ports & Terminals

Within the context of the continuing hot global bulk/breakbulk market, Canadian ports on the eastern seaboard are more than holding their own – despite the rising shift of bulk cargo to containers and the reduction of breakbulk services. Read More »

Premium Article  Port Manatee dedicates new container crane

Paul Scott Abbott | January 27, 2008 | Ports & Terminals

The entry of Port Manatee into containerized cargo shipping is now official, and speakers at a Jan. 22 dedication ceremony for the Tampa Bay port’s new mobile container crane share hopes the 257-foot-tall crane is an indication of even bigger things to co Read More »

Premium Article  Kress Joins Port of Tacoma as Senior Project Manager

AJOT | January 17, 2008 | People | Appointments | Ports & Terminals

Tom Kress recently joined the Port of Tacoma as a Senior Project Manager, responsible for project management, contract administration, project design, construction inspection, surveying and materials testing for Port construction projects. Read More »

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