port-of-baltimore

Supersized Ship Evergreen Triton calls at Port of Baltimore

The Evergreen Triton, with a capacity to handle 14,424 TEU containers, arrived at the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore on May 24, becoming the largest container ship to ever visit Maryland. The supersized ship was able to call the Port of Baltimore because of the port's infrastructure that allows it to handle some of the largest ships in the world. Previously, the largest container ship to visit the Port of ... [+]

2018 Sets Record for Cargo at Port of Baltimore

A record 43 million tons of international cargo was handled last year by the combined state-owned public and the privately-owned marine terminals at the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore, breaking the previous high mark of 40.9 million tons that stood for 44 years. The value of the cargo passing ... [+]

Leading pulp producer begins shipping through Port of Baltimore

One of the world’s leading forest products manufacturers, Brazil-based Suzano Pulp and Paper, has begun shipping wood pulp through the Port of Baltimore. The contract with Suzano runs six months, and during that time, the company is expected to bring between 72,500 and 120,000 tons of pulp through the port. Pulp ... [+]

Port of Baltimore sets record in 2018

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has a big smile on his face. The state-owned public terminals at the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore handled more containers, cars, construction equipment, and other types of general cargo las year than ever before. A record 10.9 million tons of general cargo was handled ... [+]

Port of Baltimore receives top Coast Guard Security Review

For the 10th consecutive year, the state-owned, public marine terminals at the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore received a top rating on an annual security assessment from the U.S. Coast Guard for 2018.   The Coast Guard conducts annual and thorough examinations of the Port’s six public marine terminals: Dundalk, ... [+]

Port of Baltimore awarded $6.6m in federal funding

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan recently announced that the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Port Administration (MDOT MPA) will receive $6.6 million in U.S. Department of Transportation grant funding to contribute to a project that will deepen a second container berth to 50 feet at the Helen Delich Bentley Port of ... [+]

Port of Baltimore welcomes largest container ship to ever visit Maryland

The Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore welcomed the largest container ship to ever visit Maryland as the Gunde Maersk, which has a capacity to handle 11,000 TEU containers, arrived at the Seagirt Marine Terminal yesterday and worked through today. The massive vessel was able to call the Port ... [+]

Port of Baltimore continues strong 2018 with record month for cars

The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Port Administration announced that the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore’s state-owned marine terminals handled 65,281 cars and light trucks in August, the highest monthly amount on record ever.  The August mark surpasses the previous record set earlier this year in May of 61,058 ... [+]

Autos fuel record May for Port of Baltimore

The state-owned public marine terminals at the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore continued their hot start to 2018 with two new monthly records set in May.  The port handled 61,058 autos and light trucks besting its previous record of 60,624 set in November 2015.  Also, the port in May ... [+]

Port of Baltimore has best quarter for 312 Years

The 312-year-old Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore had its best quarter ever during the first quarter of 2018 as a record amount of general cargo and containers made their way through the state-owned public marine terminals. A total of 2,765,247 tons of general cargo crossed the public piers ... [+]

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