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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.

5 cold chain trends transforming the industry

AJOT | March 14, 2022 | Shipping Technology

War in the Ukraine and change in the cold chain

George Lauriat | March 14, 2022 | International Trade
Florida Atlantic Coast seaports enjoy record volumes, advance enhancements

Paul Scott Abbott | February 14, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Record containerized cargo activity and advancement of infrastructure enhancements highlight achievements at seaports of Florida’s Atlantic Coast.
Supply chains in 2022: Wings of a butterfly

George Lauriat | February 14, 2022 | Logistics

COVID-19 is still wreaking havoc with the supply chain but are there problems inherent with the system?
Leavitt is keeping her spirits raised in heading the beverage shippers’ group

Paul Scott Abbott | February 14, 2022 | International Trade | Commodity | People | Industry Profiles

Amidst today’s challenging global trade environment, Alison Leavitt is maintaining high spirits as she leads a not-for-profit, 600-member-company association of beverage importers.
Top 100 North American Importers 2021

AJOT | February 14, 2022 | International Trade | By The Numbers

Top 100 North American Importers using data from Descartes / Datamyne consolidated by AJOT
Delaware’s Port of Wilmington enhances infrastructure, expands cargo activity

Paul Scott Abbott | February 14, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Ports | Project / Heavy Lift

With a newly opened container yard featuring five all-electric rubber-tired gantries, Delaware’s Port of Wilmington is handling a broadening array of cargos at its longtime site at the confluence of the Delaware and Christina rivers while advancing plans for an all-new marine terminal a few miles upriver.
TransGlobal Foods executive touts benefits of the Port of Philadelphia

Paul Scott Abbott | February 14, 2022 | International Trade | Commodity

As vice president of global procurement for TransGlobal Foods Inc., Christopher Dillon is sold on the “can-do” approach of the Port of Philadelphia, making him an ideal ambassador for PhilaPort in his dual roles as president of the World Trade Association of Philadelphia and its Ship Philly First initiative.
PhilaPort handling record volumes, looking to benefit from funding boost

Paul Scott Abbott | February 14, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Already handling record cargo volumes, the Port of Philadelphia, marketed as PhilaPort, is looking to further enhance its infrastructure thanks to a newly announced injection of nearly a quarter of a billion dollars of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania funding.

Biden Administration pushes infrastructure development, US ports figure prominently

Manik Mehta | February 14, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Ports
Dr. Habib Dagher and the potential of US offshore wind power

Matt Miller | February 14, 2022 | Project / Heavy Lift | Maritime Project

A structural and civil engineer with a PhD from the University of Wisconsin, Dagher heads the University of Maine’s Advanced Structures and Composite Center, the site of landmark research and testing on wind turbine blades and floating wind systems.
Florida Gulf Coast ports bustle with ever-diversifying activities

Paul Scott Abbott | February 14, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Seaports along Florida’s Gulf Coast are bustling with an increasingly diverse spectrum of activities, handling far more than burgeoning containerized cargo volumes.

Will retailing supply-chain ease in 2022?

Peter Buxbaum | February 14, 2022 | International Trade
South Jersey’s Port of Salem – part of a developing DE River wind-energy logistics chain

Peter Buxbaum | February 14, 2022 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Redevelopment and upgraded rail connectivity are a good start, but the one-time fishing harbor needs more funding to bring a regional vision to fruition.

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