Already handling record cargo volumes, ports along the Atlantic Coast of Florida are making extensive investments, including in deeper channels and larger cranes, to support efficient movement of even more business.
When it comes to shipping cartons, size clearly matters, according to DHL Supply Chain design team executives exhibiting this week at the Retail Industry Leaders Association’s LINK 2019 supply chain conference in Kissimmee, Florida.
Foot Locker Inc. is looking to make supply chain strides by opening a network of “mini-hub” distribution centers, according to the athletic shoe leader’s top executive speaking today [Feb. 25] at the Retail Industry Leaders Association’s LINK 2019 conference.
GT USA Wilmington, a unit of United Arab Emirates-based Gulftainer, has begun advancing a half-century-long commitment to make the most out of existing Port of Wilmington facilities while moving forward with a diverse development plan that includes building a new container terminal a few miles up the Delaware River.
Enjoying the first full year of operations at the initial phase of its Paulsboro Marine Terminal and weathering tariff-related impacts on steel volumes, the South Jersey Port Corp. is continuing to move breakbulk cargos at a record pace at its facilities along the New Jersey side of the Delaware River.
With the more-than-quarter-century-long effort to deepen its river channel nearing completion, new super-post-Panamax cranes continuing to arrive, terminal enhancements advancing and additional carrier services calling, the Port of Philadelphia is perfectly positioned to keep breaking cargo records.
As Norfolk Southern Corp. marketing executive Carroll E. Neville looks forward to the 113th anniversary dinner of The Traffic Club of New York, set for Feb. 28, he still finds himself having to explain how come a man whose office is in South Carolina is president of a New York-based professional organization.
Longtime ocean carrier executive Howard S. Finkelsays rates are still too low as the American Association of Port Authorities’ 12th annual Planning for Shifting Trade Conference gets under way today [Jan. 30] in Tampa, Florida.
U.S. transportation infrastructure is in dire need of fixing and will require funding from multiple sources, a member of Congress said today [Jan. 28] as Jump Start 2019, presented by SMC3, leaps into gear in suburban Atlanta.
The vertical integration that is helping drive record volumes across Port of Savannah docks extends to encompass a growing network of inland intermodal ports, with construction to begin this year on the Georgia Ports Authority’s second such facility following the summer 2018 opening of its first.