An industry that saw dramatic growth in the 10 years before Donald Trump became president is now concerned his administration’s trade tussle with China, and the lack of a deal with Japan, will cut future growth short.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said passage of legislation to improve U.S. infrastructure isn’t likely this year without a consensus that includes President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans over how to pay for it.
VANCOUVER, Wash. – The Port of Vancouver USA welcomed the M/V Gallop, commanded by Capt. Choi Jung-Hoon of South Korea, on her maiden voyage to the U.S. Feb. 28.
The M/V Gallop is crewed by 21 seafarers from Myanmar and South Korea. She is owned and operated by MOL Chemical Tankers and was represented in the Columbia River by Nora Pasca with Norton Lilly International.
The vessel, which is 180 feet long with a deadweight capacity of 37,343 metric tons, was built in Japan and launched Jan. 15.
The M/V Gallop discharged approximately 7,888 liquid metric tons of sodium hydroxide at the Port of Vancouver. Her final destination on her maiden voyage is Los Angeles, California.
Photo credit: Port of Vancouver USA
From left to right: Rachelle Askman, Port of Vancouver USA; Nora Pasca, Norton Lilly International; Capt. Choi Jung-Hoon; Alex Strogen, Port of Vancouver USA; Tom Davis, NuStar Energy LP; Zack Chaffin, NuStar Energy LP.
JAXPORT has announced speakers for the Where is Finished Vehicle Logistics Headed panel at JAXPORT’s 2019 Logistics & Intermodal Conference scheduled for April 29- May 1 at the Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort and Spa in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida:
19 months after the contract was awarded, Europe’s first conversion of a dredger to dual-fuel capability combining LNG and MGO is close to completion. This is the first conversion of its kind to take place in Europe.