Federal Maritime Commissioners visit Port of Mobile

The Alabama Port Authority hosted Federal Maritime Commissioners Louis E. Sola and Carl W. Bentzel for a discussion on the rapid expansion of intermodal rail through the Port of Mobile, which continues the service’s triple-digit growth of 143% over the same period last year.“The port is thrilled to welcome Commissioners Sola and Bentzel in addition to leaders from across the state and industry sectors we serve,” said Port Authority Director ... [+]

Alabama’s Port Delivers $85 Billion in Value to State

The Alabama Port Authority announced the results of its 2021 Economic Impact Study, which showed that the Port of Mobile, harbor-wide delivered $85 billion in value to the State of Alabama over the calendar year 2021. That study was conducted by Martin Associates.Compared to the most recent study covering the ... [+]

Another record-breaking month for Port of Mobile

The Alabama Port Authority broke another record, handling 56,545 TEU last month. This tops July’s record of 52,911 TEUs, making September the largest throughput month since APM Terminals’ container operations began in 2008.With 421,232 TEUs, moved year-to-date, 2022 volumes are now 14% higher than 2021 volumes. In addition to record-breaking ... [+]

Alabama Port Authority, APM Terminals Mobile Ink Deal

Alabama’s seaport modernization program remains on track to meet shipper demand and accommodate new vessel services. In keeping with their commitments to service and efficiency, the Alabama Port Authority and APM Terminals inked a deal to add container capacity at the Port of Mobile.John Driscoll, director and CEO of the ... [+]

Alabama Port Authority 1stQ post continued growth

The Alabama Port Authority released its April 2022 results for container volumes through the Port of Mobile showing a 39.7% increase over April 2021 volumes. The port’s container intermodal transfer facility posted 112.6% growth in April compared to April 2021 volumes handled, and refrigerated cargo also maintained its double-digit growth, ... [+]

Alabama Port Authority to build an ICTF at Montgomery, AL

The Alabama Port Authority board of directors have approved a $2.042 million purchase of 272 acres in Montgomery, Ala., to construct an inland container intermodal transfer (ICTF) facility. The project will extend intermodal rail service from the Port Authority’s container intermodal terminal at the Port of Mobile in support of ... [+]

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