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PMSA President McLaurin retires

Stas Margaronis | April 03, 2024 | Maritime | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals

The Pacific Merchant Shipping Association (PMSA) announced the retirement of its President, John McLaurin, today after 29 years of “dedicated service.”

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IAPH supports IMO on the launch of a new Future Fuels and Technology portal

AJOT | April 03, 2024 | Green Shipping | Ports & Terminals

IAPH provides access to its knowledge base on safety tools for bunkering and World Ports Sustainability Program projects on alternative fuels

Ports America Chesapeake partners with CSX and NS at the Port of Baltimore to divert export cargo and return Baltimore-bound imports
Intermodal
AJOT | Top Story | April 03, 2024

Ports America Chesapeake partners with CSX and NS at the Port of Baltimore to divert export cargo and return Baltimore-bound imports

As the devastating collapse of the Key Bridge in Baltimore reverberates through the nation and we grieve the lives lost and the families impacted by this tragedy, Ports America has been working with federal, state, and local partners around the clock to coordinate efforts to support the local community and keep essential cargo moving in and out of Baltimore.
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Liebherr: 2023 marks yet another record revenue business year

AJOT | April 03, 2024 | Ports & Terminals | Equipment and Tech

The Liebherr Group finished the 2023 business year with a record revenue of €14,042 million. Compared with the previous year, this represents a revenue growth of €1,453 million or 11.5 % for the company.

Chinese lenders raise concerns about $1.3 billion Peru port deal

Bloomberg | April 03, 2024 | Ports & Terminals

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What are the energy impacts from the Port of Baltimore closure?

AJOT | April 03, 2024 | Energy | Ports & Terminals

The collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge into the Patapsco River on March 26 has temporarily halted all shipping traffic from the Port of Baltimore.

Major US ports are pushing capacity limits, shipping veteran says

Bloomberg | April 02, 2024 | Ports & Terminals

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The Port of NY and NJ recognizes companies for emission reduction effort

AJOT | April 02, 2024 | Green Shipping | Ports & Terminals

The Port of New York and New Jersey has had over a decade of success with its Clean Vessel Incentive (CVI) program.

Panama Canal will need rest of year to recover from drought

Bloomberg | April 02, 2024 | Ports & Terminals | Canal and Waterway

Baltimore ship accident has East Coast ports scrambling to absorb cargo
Intermodal
Bloomberg | Top Story | April 01, 2024

Baltimore ship accident has East Coast ports scrambling to absorb cargo

Ports along the US East Coast are modifying their operations to absorb cargo diverted from Baltimore harbor, where salvage specialists are starting the daunting task of clearing debris from the destroyed Francis Scott Key Bridge.
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US approves $60 million in urgent funds for Baltimore bridge

Bloomberg | March 29, 2024 | Ports & Terminals

The US Department of Transportation is providing $60 million in immediate funding for emergency work following the collapse this week of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge.

Baltimore bridge’s $2 billion rebuild starts with clearing ship
Ports & Terminals
Bloomberg | Top Story | March 29, 2024

Baltimore bridge’s $2 billion rebuild starts with clearing ship

A salvage firm that helped contain the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and safely blow up part of New York’s Tappan Zee Bridge is heading to Baltimore as a first step to what will likely become a more than $2 billion rebuilding project.
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Baltimore union fears loss of 2,400 jobs on bridge collapse

Bloomberg | March 28, 2024 | Ports & Terminals

The Baltimore bridge collapse is poised to leave thousands without work and there’s no firm plan yet about how to help them, the local president of the International Longshoremen’s Association said.

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Damen delivers ASD Tug 2811 to Brodospas

AJOT | March 28, 2024 | Ports & Terminals | Equipment and Tech

New vessel named Hrabri in ceremony in Croatia

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Hamburg Port alliance brings relief supplies to Odessa

AJOT | March 28, 2024 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

The Port of Hamburg and the Ukrainian Port of Odessa have a long-standing partnership - not least because of the Container Terminal Odessa (CTO), which the Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) has been operating on the Black Sea for more than 20 years...

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Wilson Sons teams up with Aurora Coop in operations at the Rio Grande and Santa Clara terminals

AJOT | March 28, 2024 | Ports & Terminals | Terminals

Wilson Sons, a leader in port and maritime logistics in Brazil, has a new client operating from Rio Grande Container Terminal and Santa Clara Container Terminal, in Rio Grande do Sul. The food company Aurora Coop began operations this month, exporting processed poultry and pork to Singapore, China, Hong Kong (Asia), Spain (Europe), Panama (Central America), and others. Initially, the cargo includes goods from the Aurora Coop meatpacking plant based in the cities of Erechim, Tapejara and Sarandi.

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Baltimore bridge may trigger historic marine loss, says Lloyd’s of London

Bloomberg | March 28, 2024 | Maritime | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals

Insurance payouts for Tuesday’s collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore could be among the largest ever in marine insurance, according to Lloyd’s of London Chief Executive Officer John Neal.

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