Driven by a broad spectrum of energy-related cargos, consumer demand for containerized goods and vehicles, military activity and other stimulative forces, ports along the Texas Gulf Coast are for the most part thriving and are ambitiously advancing a multitude of infrastructure enhancements as they gear up for even greater volumes.
Robots are doubling productivity in picking medical devices at a Memphis facility of DHL Supply Chain, which is looking to significantly expand its use of robotics and other leading-edge technology solutions in e-commerce fulfillment.
With plans advancing for a wider, 55-foot-deep harbor, as well as enhanced infrastructure and systems coming online, The Port of Virginia is assertively preparing to efficiently handle even more containers from ever-larger vessels.
People Industry Profiles Maritime News Liner Shipping - Feb 26 2018 at 10:00 AM
Carlos Diaz was in the big leagues just long enough to have one MLB basehit, and now he’s knocking a metaphorical homerun as an ocean carrier executive with World Direct Shipping, a Florida-based line with an expanding presence in weekly services across the Gulf of Mexico.