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COSCO’s Finkel says rates still too low as AAPA opens Tampa trade conference
COSCO’s Finkel says rates still too low as AAPA opens Tampa trade conference

Ports & Terminals Ports - Jan 30 2019 at 10:52 AM

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.

SMC3’s Jump Start 2019 leaps into gear as legislator calls for infrastructure fix
SMC3’s Jump Start 2019 leaps into gear as legislator calls for infrastructure fix

International Trade - Jan 28 2019 at 11:12 AM

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.

Emerging inland port network furthers intermodal efficiencies
  Emerging inland port network furthers intermodal efficiencies

Ports & Terminals Ports - Jan 28 2019 at 08:20 AM

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.

Expanding Port of Brunswick fits perfectly in GPA’s scheme
  Expanding Port of Brunswick fits perfectly in GPA’s scheme

Ports & Terminals Ports - Jan 28 2019 at 08:17 AM

Often overlooked in the shadow of booming Port of Savannah container facilities some 80 miles to the north, the Georgia Ports Authority’s expanding Port of Brunswick is further realizing its potential as a key cog in the GPA’s vertically integrated approach to serving its diverse customer base.

Savannah positioned to sustain ‘stunning, incredible’ growth
  Savannah positioned to sustain ‘stunning, incredible’ growth

Ports & Terminals Ports - Jan 28 2019 at 08:07 AM

Already consistently shattering activity records at North America’s busiest single container facility, the Port of Savannah is undergoing multibillion-dollar expansion and channel deepening that should ensure sustained gains for the port and its users.

Kubota’s Sutton anticipates benefits from Northeast Georgia Inland Port
  Kubota’s Sutton anticipates benefits from Northeast Georgia Inland Port

People Industry Profiles Ports & Terminals Ports - Jan 21 2019 at 02:15 PM

When Peach State officials last fall announced plans to build the Northeast Georgia Inland Port, Phil Sutton was among the most enthused business executives.

Creepy-crawly TV import spurs APHIS probe, reverse logistics
Creepy-crawly TV import spurs APHIS probe, reverse logistics

International Trade - Oct 31 2018 at 10:00 AM

Cannibal arachnids imported from Mexico, trapped within TV screens, apparently aren’t an everyday occurrence.

NC’s Port of Wilmington productively handling record activity
  NC’s Port of Wilmington productively handling record activity

Ports & Terminals Ports - Oct 22 2018 at 08:15 AM

Having swiftly recovered from Hurricane Florence, North Carolina’s Port of Wilmington is maintaining enviable efficiencies while handling record cargo flows through its enhanced facilities.

Port of Charleston advancing efforts to accommodate still-bigger boxships
  Port of Charleston advancing efforts to accommodate still-bigger boxships

Ports & Terminals Ports - Oct 22 2018 at 08:00 AM

With record-shattering container volumes and advancement of enhancements to existing facilities and a deeper harbor plus development of new infrastructure, the South Carolina Ports Authority’s Port of Charleston is well-positioned to handle further gains in cargo flow on and off of still-larger containerships.

Campbell leaving Port of NY & NJ on solid course for sustained growth
  Campbell leaving Port of NY & NJ on solid course for sustained growth

Ports & Terminals Ports - Oct 08 2018 at 08:00 AM

As she leaves the helm of the Port of New York and New Jersey to embark upon a Harvard University fellowship, Molly Campbell can take heart in having meritoriously followed the classic motherly advice to leave a place better than one found it.

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