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EVs and an emerging supply chain

George Lauriat | May 18, 2022 | International Trade
Russian–Ukraine conflict impacts on the auto market

George Lauriat | May 18, 2022 | International Trade

The Russian invasion of Ukraine triggered a variety of responses from supply chain providers and automakers.
Alabama, Mississippi seaports beefing up rail, roadway links

Paul Scott Abbott | May 18, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Deepwater ports of Alabama and Mississippi are busy beefing up rail and roadway connections as they look to improve the flow of burgeoning cargo volumes on and off their terminals.
Louisiana ports letting good times roll with deeper river, enhanced terminals

Paul Scott Abbott | May 18, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

True to that Cajun expression, ports of Louisiana are letting the good times roll – and, even when it means overcoming obstacles, are advancing efforts to keep the supply chain efficiently rolling along through the Pelican State for many years to come.
Texas seaports augmenting infrastructure to meet growing energy industry demands

Paul Scott Abbott | May 18, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

When folks say everything’s bigger in Texas, they might well be referring to the fact that it is the largest in land mass among U.S. states (except Alaska). But the adage is equally fitting in describing the Lone Star State’s ports, which are big and getting bigger.
Containership operators peak on a historic wave

George Lauriat | April 18, 2022 | Maritime | Liner Shipping

Persistent problems in the supply chain have sparked new OSRA legislation and in the shipping industry what goes up usually comes down.
Four corners of the container

George Lauriat | April 18, 2022 | Maritime | Liner Shipping

It’s all about the container. In a sense the ship, the truck and even trains are just interchangeable pieces of the delivery system – it’s really all about getting the container from factory to warehouse and back again for reloading. A simple concept for an inherently complex business.
2022 Top 50 Ocean Carriers

AJOT | April 18, 2022 | Maritime | Liner Shipping

Top 50 ocean carriers listed by TEU with data provided by Descartes / Datamyne.
The tripartite of ocean carrier alliances face multitude of challenges

George Lauriat | April 18, 2022 | Maritime | Liner Shipping

The ocean carrier alliances control over 80% of the trade. But challenges both from ongoing supply chain disruptions and a new regulatory agenda could alter the way alliances operate.
Lynden makes the tough stuff ordinary

Matt Miller | April 15, 2022 | Project / Heavy Lift

The run from Houston, Texas to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska is 4,500 miles and there is nothing regular about this regular run. Then again, Lynden which provides services to Alaska specializes in working in tough environments.
Northeast ports: Expanding infrastructure and seeking new opportunities

George Lauriat | April 04, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Northeast ports are building with purpose as new infrastructure takes shape and new business opportunities appear with offshore wind power.
QDC’s King outlines developments at Quonset Business Park

George Lauriat | April 04, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Steven King is the managing director of Quonset Development Corporation (QDC) which manages Quonset Business Park (QBP), a 3,200 acre business park located on Quonset Point, (North Kingstown) Rhode Island.
South Brooklyn development adds to crucial wind-port inventory

Peter Buxbaum | April 04, 2022 | Project / Heavy Lift

Solving vertical clearance issue opens acreage for offshore operations
Port of Montevideo faces tough competition from regional ports

Matt Miller | April 04, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Montevideo’s port faces stiff competition when it comes to regional trade. That’s likely to grow over time as bigger vessels ply routes from Asia, Europe and North America to South America and will press for fewer ports of call.
Expansion of Montevideo TCP container terminal ups ante

Matt Miller | April 04, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Terminals

Expansion of Montevideo’s Terminal Cuenca del Plata (TCP) stands to double Port’s capacity to 2.5 million TEU and may be poised to become the gateway to the “Southern Cone”.
AAL’s Schoeller talks about the global business and new ships

George Lauriat | March 14, 2022 | Project / Heavy Lift

Felix Schoeller, Commercial Director, AAL Shipping (AAL) discusses new ships and prospects for the project sector.
Revealed: Biden’s steel tariff policy

Peter Buxbaum | March 14, 2022 | International Trade | Commodity

Recent agreements with Japan and the EU indicate the administration’s hybrid approach
Breakbulk activity rising in ports across Canada

Leo Ryan | March 14, 2022 | Maritime | Breakbulk News

As the Canadian economy engages in a pronounced post-pandemic recovery, following the largest contraction for decades in 2020, as is activity in the breakbulk sector of Canadian ports showing renewed dynamism.
Pop-up container yards help maintain the flow of record volumes through Port of Savannah

Paul Scott Abbott | March 14, 2022 | Intermodal

A half-dozen pop-up container yards at intermodal rail facilities spanning three states are playing an integral role in keeping record levels of commerce efficiently flowing through the Georgia Ports Authority’s Port of Savannah.
Atlantic Sapphire Salmon introduces farming technology and improves logistics

Robert L. Wallack | March 14, 2022 | Logistics

United States seafood consumers seeking healthy diets and eco-friendly processing will find a greater supply of farm-raised salmon produced in Miami, Florida from Norway-based Atlantic Sapphire’s (AS) new onshore facility.

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