The South Carolina State Ports Authority is one giant step closer to boosting Port of Charleston capacity by 50%, now that it has the federal go-ahead to develop a new, 280-acre container terminal on a former US Navy base site.
As implementation widens, the Dominican Republic-Central America Free-Trade Agreement (DR-CAFTA) bodes to further dramatically expand hemispheric commerce, adding to already-growing business opportunities for companies such as South Florida-based All Port
Increased advance data filing requirements and the impacts of dynamic trade growth are among issues with which US trade facilitators expect to grapple next month when the National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America holds its 33rd annual c
Situated in Florida’s far northwest corner, the Port of Pensacola finally showed nearly full recovery in 2006 from extensive damage caused by 2004’s Hurricane Ivan. Leading the way as port director since August has been Clyde Mathis, former Port of New Or
New services and enhanced facilities are being added at ports along the Sunshine State’s Atlantic coast, largely to serve a growing Florida consumer base. The state, with a population now of more than 18 million, is adding residents at a pace of some 1,00