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Premium Article  Zero emission electric truck test begins at LA/Long Beach ports

Stas Margaronis | September 27, 2011 | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals

A collaboration between the Ports of Los Angeles/ Long Beach helped finance the first in a series of zero emission hydrogen fuel cell electric trucks built by Vision Motor Corp, based in El Segundo, California.

The development of a fuel cell electric Read More »

Premium Article  PortsAmerica: big plans for the future start now

George Lauriat | September 27, 2011 | People | Interviews | Ports & Terminals

Ports America, the largest independent terminal and stevedoring group in the US, has very big plans, as the August call of the 8,400 teu MSC Sindy at the company’s Seagirt Terminal in the Port of Baltimore so visibly attests. But there are a lot of mov Read More »

Premium Article  Proposed FMC inquiry on cargo diversion irks Canadian ports and railways

Leo Ryan | September 27, 2011 | International Trade | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals

The so-called “Cargo Diversion” issue has again become an issue between US and Canada, as two Washington state senators have asked the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) to mount an inquiry into the matter.

Canadian port and railway circles have reacte Read More »

Cargo growth at Port Everglades doubles the National Average

AJOT | September 27, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Port Everglades’ 14 percent growth in containerized cargo during the first six months of calendar year 2011 is nearly twice the national average of 7.1 percent for all U.S. seaports, based on the latest PIERS Port Ranking Report.

“Port E Read More »

Bustling Mexico port new front in drugs war

AJOT | September 27, 2011 | Ports & Terminals

Draped near 35 bodies dumped in broad daylight close to the busy port of Veracruz was an ominous message to Mexico's most violent drug cartel.

"This is going to happen to all you Zeta shits operating in Veracruz," read the banner found on Tuesday in t Read More »

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 »

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