Container Stack-Yard Work at VIG Ends

During the week of February 18, container stack No. 1 began operating at Virginia International Gateway (VIG) and in doing so signaled the end of a critical construction phase at that terminal. The end of the stack-yard work leaves only two projects to be completed before the entire $320 million effort comes to a close in June. “This new capacity is quickly being integrated into the operation and The Port of ... [+]

VIG Introduces New Terminal Operating System

A new, unified terminal operating system is driving the terminal data and control systems at Virginia International Gateway (VIG) following the recent, successful changeover from a system that was more than 10 years old. “Our ability to efficiently coordinate all of the operations, analyze the data and drive efficiency while ... [+]

Work Commences at Virginia International Gateway

Work is underway at Virginia International Gateway (VIG) on a $320 million expansion project that wills nearly double the terminal’s annual cargo handling capability. The project is the first of two large-scale expansion projects that, when complete, will increase the port’s overall annual container capacity by 40 percent, or 1 ... [+]

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