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Descartes releases November report on global shipping crisis: U.S. imports stabilize, but port delays continue to recede 

AJOT | November 08, 2022 | Maritime | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals

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.

Liverpool dockers union agrees to accept pay offer, port says

Bloomberg | November 08, 2022 | Ports & Terminals
Singapore, Long Beach, L.A. ports to establish green, digital shipping corridor

AJOT | November 07, 2022 | Ports & Terminals

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 Northwest Seaport Alliance and Advent eModal launch trucker appointment capacity dashboard

AJOT | November 07, 2022 | Intermodal | Trucking | Ports & Terminals
Port of Stockton awarded $9.6 million grant for rail upgrade

AJOT | November 04, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

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.
Port of Oakland Terminals Reopen

AJOT Administrator | November 04, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

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.
Aldridge, Daggett and Ebeling receive 53rd annual Admiral of the Ocean Sea (AOTOS) Awards

AJOT | November 03, 2022 | Maritime | Ports & Terminals

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.
Port of Oakland hosts congressional meeting

AJOT | November 03, 2022 | Ports & Terminals

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.
China ports container volume rises 4.0% in from January to September 2022

AJOT | November 03, 2022 | Ports & Terminals

Ningbo Containerized Freight Index decease significantly in October 2022
AD Ports buys an $800 million stake in Dubai shipping firm

Bloomberg | November 03, 2022 | Maritime | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals | Terminals

AD Ports Group, which operates 10 facilities in the United Arab Emirates, will take control of Dubai-based Global Feeder Shipping for $800 million as seeks to scale up its global operations.
SSA Marine converts diesel-powered cranes to electric at the Port of Long Beach

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.

Norway’s West Coast shipping hub bounces back

AJOT | November 01, 2022 | Ports & Terminals
Mississippi River drought is pushing soybean shippers to Texas

Bloomberg | October 31, 2022 | Maritime | Bulk | Ports & Terminals | Canal and Waterway

The shrinking Mississippi River has hobbled the most efficient channel for moving US soybeans onto world markets, prompting a pivot to alternatives from Puget Sound to Texas to the Great Lakes.
CMA CGM Alexander Von Humboldt arrives in JICT as largest vessel to call Indonesia

AJOT | October 31, 2022 | Maritime | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals

• 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.
Shipping giants clash on West Coast labor dispute as contract talks drag

Bloomberg | October 31, 2022 | Maritime | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals | Terminals

The world’s largest container carrier disagrees with another party over how to proceed on a key issue in ongoing contract talks with the union representing 22,000 dockworkers at US West Coast ports.
Federal government awards JAXPORT $23.5 million for port sustainability initiatives

AJOT | October 31, 2022 | Ports & Terminals

Public-private partnership among JAXPORT, SSA, and Crowley will result in $47 million in total emissions reduction investment in Jacksonville

Port of Oakland receives federal grant for green development

AJOT | October 30, 2022 | Ports & Terminals
Port of Long Beach clean air project receives $30.1 million

AJOT | October 28, 2022 | Ports & Terminals

Federal grant funds nation’s largest fleet of zero-emissions cargo handling equipment

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