With $2 billion in broad-ranging infrastructure investments over the past six years and numerous further enhancements under way, the South Carolina Ports Authority is fluidly moving record cargo volumes while putting in place facilities to accommodate future growth in mega-containership activity.
With extensive public and private investments delivering enhanced on-and near-port infrastructure, the North Carolina State Ports Authority is building upon already enviable efficiencies, including furthering the attractiveness of its Port of Wilmington as an uncongested gateway to U.S. Southeast markets and beyond.
When The Port of Virginia, Hapag-Lloyd and Norfolk Southern teamed this year to launch a leading-edge intermodal service to reliably deliver imported containers to the U.S. West Coast, they might not have imagined their new twist on landbridging would be serving California exporters in a nutty way.
A former stand-up comedian with three decades of logistics experience, Pete Mento stands out as weirdly unique among top global supply chain executives.
With expanded global service offerings and completion of a second 50-foot-draft berth, plus commencement of the much-anticipated Howard Street Tunnel project, the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore is enhancing its position as a favored East Coast hub for e-commerce and other trade.
Deepwater ports of Alabama and Mississippi are busy beefing up rail and roadway connections as they look to improve the flow of burgeoning cargo volumes on and off their terminals.
True to that Cajun expression, ports of Louisiana are letting the good times roll – and, even when it means overcoming obstacles, are advancing efforts to keep the supply chain efficiently rolling along through the Pelican State for many years to come.
When folks say everything’s bigger in Texas, they might well be referring to the fact that it is the largest in land mass among U.S. states (except Alaska). But the adage is equally fitting in describing the Lone Star State’s ports, which are big and getting bigger.
A half-dozen pop-up container yards at intermodal rail facilities spanning three states are playing an integral role in keeping record levels of commerce efficiently flowing through the Georgia Ports Authority’s Port of Savannah.
Record containerized cargo activity and advancement of infrastructure enhancements highlight achievements at seaports of Florida’s Atlantic Coast.
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