Descartes Systems Group, the global leader in uniting logistics-intensive businesses in commerce, released its November report on the ongoing global shipping crisis and for logistics and supply chain professionals.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), Port of Long Beach, Port of Los Angeles, and C40 Cities have begun discussions to establish a green and digital shipping corridor between Singapore and the San Pedro Bay port complex. The corridor will focus on low- and zero-carbon ship fuels, as well as digital tools to support deployment of low- and zero-carbon ships.
The United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) Maritime Administration (MARAD) announced $703 million in grant awards for the Port Infrastructure Development Program (PIDP), a greater amount than any year in the program’s history.
The Port of Oakland’s three terminals, Oakland International Container Terminal, Everport and TraPac, which had been subject to a shutdown after International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) walked off the job on Wednesday (November 2, 2022) over an ongoing local contract dispute.
United Seamen’s Service’s 53rd annual Admiral of the Ocean Sea (AOTOS) Awards were presented to Edward W. Aldridge, President of CMA-CGM North America and American President Lines; Harold J. Daggett, President of the international Longshoremen’s Association; and Eric P. Ebeling, President and CEO of American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier Group.
The Port of Oakland hosted a congressional supply chain stakeholder meeting this week in Jack London Square. The event was designed to address constituent business and trade industry stakeholder concerns about congestion and supply chain issues at the Port.
AJOT | November 02, 2022 | Energy | Alternative | Ports & Terminals | Terminals
SSA Marine has completed a multi-year project to convert 9 ZPMC diesel-electric 1,000 hp rubber-tired gantry cranes (RTGs) to 100% grid-tied electric. This is the largest deployment of eRTGs in North America and represents 100% of the RTG fleet at the Port of Long Beach Pier J terminal.
• The 16,000-TEU container ship is the first of three CMA CGM’s 16,000-TEU series to be calling JICT
• On the JAX service, this development is primed to facilitate growing trade volumes between Indonesia and the United States.
• This milestone demonstrates CMA CGM Group’s commitment to enable market connectivity and deliver service excellence with Pelindo as Indonesia strengthens its position as a major international maritime port.