Memorable year for SCPA, big plans full steam ahead

South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) President and CEO Jim Newsome said FY 2015 was a “Memorable Year for SCPA.” With the box business booming, Newsome may well run out of superlatives over the next few years.
SCPA refrigerated cargo grows rapidly

Refrigerated cargo is a rapidly growing business for the SCPA, primarily through exports of poultry and agriculture products. Refrigerated cargo volumes increased 35% from 2011 to 2014 (calendar years).
Panama Canal may take ring side seat to competitor Suez Canal

Although media outlets have focused heavily on the projected opening of the expanded Panama Canal, big news happened on August 6 with the official opening of the new $4.1 billion expanded Suez Canal. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi dubbed the event: “Egypt’s gift to the world.”
Bentley World Packaging finds a match in Baltimore

Bentley World Packaging has a niche making the right package to fit the shipment and the Port of Baltimore’s portfolio of freight makes a perfect fit.
Port of Baltimore productivity keys notice

The Port of Baltimore is winning key accolades. In various publications the port’s been rated as No. 1 among US ports for container berth productivity and the best port in North America for autos.
Steamship lines provide home runs for Port of Baltimore

Port of Baltimore secures new steamship services.

Shipco and ICT Warehouse have an innovative app-titude
Port activity reflects highly competitive ro-ro automobiles trade

The auto sector has been hot as imports roll through East Coast ports.
Commitment to quality equals success

The Port of Baltimore’s success as an auto port is attributable to its geographic location as the closest East Coast port to the Midwest.
Disruptions cost agricultural shippers billions in lost sales – what’s next?

Some issues are clearing for shippers of Ag products, but others remain

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