Building a giant cold-storage warehouse

NewCold creates strategic transportation hub for food producers to promote efficiency and sustainability
Drayage at the Port of NY and NJ – challenges remain

Status of owner-operators in jeopardy while some COVID supply-chain kinks persist.
The Port of New York & New Jersey – marching towards net zero emissions by 2050

As of July 3, trucks with model year 1998 engines or older have been denied access to the Port of New York and New Jersey marine terminals. Also starting July 3, only trucks equipped with a 2014 engine or newer were permitted to register for port access.
Carver Companies establishes marine terminal in Staten Island

North Shore Terminal handles aggregate and other bulk materials, but the company has big plans for the future.
South Carolina – a magnet for the EV and battery industries

The State is expected to host 18 projects and $10.9 billion in investments.
The Port of NY/NJ slows to post-pandemic trade reality

In July, the Port of New York and New Jersey was the busiest in the nation. In August, volumes dropped off, reverting to the pattern of post-pandemic trade activity, characterized by the drawdown of existing stateside inventories.
A year of achievements at NC ports

Port of Wilmington recently ranked as most productive in North America; new intermodal and maritime services launched.
SACP 3.0, an interoperable chassis pool, begins operations in North Carolina

The North Carolina State Ports Authority welcomed the arrival of a fleet of Consolidated Chassis Management’s (CCM) container chassis in July, in preparation for the launch of the latest iteration of the South Atlantic Chassis Pool, known as SACP 3.0. SACP 3.0, billed as a next generation interoperable chassis pool covering the South Atlantic, began operations in early October.
Intermodal growth at South Carolina ports

In mid-October, the South Carolina Ports Authority broke ground on the Navy Base Intermodal Facility which will provide near-dock rail and an inner-harbor barge operation to the Port of Charleston.
Offshore wind in New Jersey moving ahead, despite growing opposition

Ørsted says it is not walking away from the Ocean Wind 1 project.

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