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Dan Stahl chosen to lead Port of Longview as new CEO

The Board of Commissioners unanimously appointed Dan Stahl to lead the Port of Longview as Chief Executive Officer. Stahl has served as the Interim CEO since February. The appointment is subject to the terms of a written agreement to be approved by the Commission at a subsequent meeting.“While serving as Interim CEO the last several months, it became clear that Dan was the right choice to lead the Port of ... [+]

Georgia Ports welcomes Nissan to Brunswick

Nissan North America has chosen the Port of Brunswick, GA, as a new point of entry to serve US markets.“We are pleased that Nissan has chosen the Peach State as its gateway to the Southeast,” said Griff Lynch, executive director of the Georgia Ports Authority. ... [+]

Port of New Orleans Board Elects Jack C. Jensen, Jr. as Chairman

The Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans (Port NOLA) elected Jack C. Jensen, Jr. to serve as Board Chairman, succeeding Charles H. Ponstein, whose term as Chairman ended this month. Also elected were Joseph F. Toomy, who will serve as Vice Chairman, ... [+]

Port of Oakland August volume drops 8% from August 2021

The Port of Oakland’s total loaded container volume dropped by 8% in August compared to August 2021. Last month 155,682 loaded TEUs transited the Port, compared to 169,602 TEUs in August 2021.Loaded imports declined by 10.2% recording 87,844 TEUs last month compared to 97,850 in ... [+]

Port of Oakland collaborates with West Oakland

The Port of Oakland has joined forces with the West Oakland Job Resource Center (WOJRC) to train workers for green jobs in the transportation and logistics industry.WOJRC received a $350,000 grant from the California Energy Commission’s Clean Transportation Program. The Port of Oakland supported WOJRC ... [+]

Noatum Completes Setup of New Port Cranes in Three of its Terminals

After completing the acquisition of four cranes from the port machinery manufacturer Liebherr for three of its port terminals in Spain, Noatum Terminals has taken delivery of the final three cranes and is preparing for their installation in the assigned ports.The cranes have the versatility ... [+]

Ship loader equipment delivered to Port Milwaukee

A significant piece of loading equipment was recently delivered to Port Milwaukee for The DeLong Co., Inc. agricultural maritime export facility.The Made in America ship loader traveled more than 1,500 miles by barge from New Orleans, Louisiana, up the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers to Jones ... [+]

CMA CGM to launch new MEDGULF service

CMA CGM is launching new MEDGULF service, which provides full coverage from the West Med to US Gulf and Mexico, starting the end of September 2022. The rotation of this service is: Tanger, Genoa, Valencia, Miami, Veracruz, Altamira, Houston, Tanger.A fleet of six vessels will ... [+]

Port of Long Beach has 2nd busiest August

Cargo volume in August at the Port of Long Beach fell just short of another record month as a slowdown in consumer spending in the U.S. continued.Dockworkers and terminal operators moved 806,940 TEUs of container cargo last month, down just 764 TEUs – 0.1% – ... [+]

Port of Los Angeles Cargo volume eases in August

After record-breaking cargo volume in 2021 and the first half of 2022, the import surge at the Port of Los Angeles slowed in August. The port handled an estimated 806,000 TEUs in August, approximately 15% less than the same period a year ago.“Some goods that ... [+]