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Husky Terminal Moves to N4 SaaS

Husky Terminal & Stevedoring, LLC, has signed a subscription agreement with Navis for its N4 SaaS offering, as part of a wide-scale modernization effort across its operations. Husky Terminal is an operator of a marine freight terminal located in the Port of Tacoma, Washington, supporting nearly $3 billion in economic activity in the local region. The company specializes in offering quality terminal and stevedoring services including vessel berthing, shift scheduling, container ... [+]

Port of Virginia moves ahead with rail capacity expansion

The Port of Virginia® is embarking on an expansion of its double-stack, on-dock rail operation that when complete will allow the port to handle 1.1 million containers a year via rail.The process of doubling the size of the Central Rail Yard at Norfolk International Terminals ... [+]

California Governor, Port Envoy Vow Action on Supply Chain

California Gov. Gavin Newsom and U.S. Port Envoy John D. Porcari visited the Port of Long Beach on Wednesday, November 17 to highlight state and federal measures being implemented to alleviate the current supply chain backlog, plan for future needs and thank frontline workers for ... [+]

Dalian added to WW Asia to North America trade

With current market conditions putting pressure on exports from China, Wallenius Wilhelmsen introduced new liner service from Dalian in Northeast China to North America in an effort to offer customers a reliable solution to meet their shipping needs. The new liner service was officially launched ... [+]

First Plywood Cargo to Arrive at the Port of Wilmington

GT USA Wilmington (GTW), the US arm of Gulftainer, a privately owned independent port operator headquartered in the UAE, recently received its very first plywood vessel at the Port of Wilmington.CMPC, a multinational corporation, produces and markets wood, pulp, packaging products, household and non-household sanitary ... [+]

Port Houston Works Through Supply Chain Crunch

Houston Executive Director Roger Guenther says that Houston is not immune to the challenges that ports across the nation are experiencing, as retailers rebuild their inventory to meet high demand. He noted that Houston docks are full, and the average ship waits about 60 hours ... [+]

Rate increase for shipments from Mexico to USA and Puerto Rico

Due to current market conditions, effective December 16th, 2021, a General Rate Increase (GRI) will apply for cargo Ex GUAYMAS and MAZATLAN in Mexico to all USA ports and Puerto Rico.General Rate Increase will be applied as follow:· 20’ $500/ 40’s $1000 per containerAbove GRI ... [+]

Port Manatee to get Regional Rail Link

Port Manatee has reached agreement for Regional Rail LLC to operate its seaport-owned short-line railroad through at least 2036, with options through 2051, advancing extended business opportunities for Manatee County’s rapidly growing seaport.Under an agreement to take effect Dec. 1, Port Manatee Railroad LLC is ... [+]

Port of LA hits record September

The Port of Los Angeles processed 903,865 TEUs in September, the busiest September ever in the Port’s 114-year history. Year to date, overall cargo volume stands at 8,176,917 TEUs, an increase of 26% compared to 2020.“Despite the global supply chain challenges, the Port of Los ... [+]

SC Ports welcomes two ship-to-shore cranes

South Carolina Ports recently welcomed two ship-to-shore cranes to Wando Welch Terminal, completing its fleet of 15 new ship-to-shore cranes with 155 feet of lift height.These modern, tall cranes enable SC Ports to efficiently load and unload containers from mega container ships as retail imports ... [+]