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California ports support floating offshore wind development
California ports support floating offshore wind development

Mar 30 2022 at 09:08 AM | Project / Heavy Lift

The State of California is developing regulatory strategies to support the development of two offshore floating wind farms planned for Northern and Central California. California’s ports will be providing infrastructure and supply chain support.

Port of LA’s Seroka: Supply Chain Crisis Shows Need for Better Paid Jobs
Port of LA’s Seroka: Supply Chain Crisis Shows Need for Better Paid Jobs

Mar 23 2022 at 03:07 PM | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Gene Seroka, executive director, Port of Los Angeles says supply chain dislocations impacting ports, warehouse and trucking operations will be reduced with better jobs including better pay and benefits for employees.

SEKO reports numerous China port shutdowns
SEKO reports numerous China port shutdowns

Mar 14 2022 at 05:58 PM | Ports & Terminals | Ports

SEKO Logistics issued a March 13th report stating that the spread of the Omicron virus was causing a shutdown at a number of Chinese ports and logistics operations stretching from Shenzhen to Shanghai.

Port of Long Beach’s Cordero says rail upgrades will enhance operations
Port of Long Beach’s Cordero says rail upgrades will enhance operations

Mar 14 2022 at 11:14 AM | Ports & Terminals

Mario Cordero, executive director Port of Long Beach, said the Port has prioritized rail improvements as part of its 10-year/$2.278 billion Capital Program designed to “… improve velocity in the Port and reduce emissions.”

CargoTrans’ Loomis says small importers face growing challenges
CargoTrans’ Loomis says small importers face growing challenges

Mar 11 2022 at 09:47 AM | Logistics

Stephanie Loomis, vice president, International Procurement at CargoTrans, Inc. based in Manhasset, New York, said that higher Trans-Pacific freight costs are making imports of low-priced products from Asia increasingly uncompetitive in the United States.

Boston Consulting’s Sanders says carriers investing more in supply chain
Boston Consulting’s Sanders says carriers investing more in supply chain

Mar 03 2022 at 01:18 PM | Maritime | Liner Shipping

The COVID crisis and import surge into the United States has increased ocean carrier revenues and resulted in some companies investing in supply chain operations that will allow them to “get closer to their customers,” says Ulrik Sanders, managing director and senior partner, The Boston Consulting Group, Copenhagen.

ONE’s Nixon says U.S. supply chain needs major upgrades
ONE’s Nixon says U.S. supply chain needs major upgrades

Mar 02 2022 at 01:16 PM | Maritime | Liner Shipping

ONE’s Chief Executive Officer Jeremy Nixon spoke out against what he described as inefficiencies in U.S. and North American container terminal operations, warehousing, chassis handling and a lack of 24/7 operations.

Porcari, Cordero & Seroka cite collaborations that reduced port delays
Porcari, Cordero & Seroka cite collaborations that reduced port delays

Mar 02 2022 at 11:53 AM | Ports & Terminals | Ports

John Porcari, the Biden Administration’s Port Envoy, has worked with U.S. ports to address the traffic jam of ships, trucks, and rail, says supply chain bottlenecks are easing as a result of collaboration with maritime supply chain stakeholders.

MARAD’S Lessley says ports will receive $2 billion
MARAD’S Lessley says ports will receive $2 billion

Feb 25 2022 at 12:31 PM | Ports & Terminals

Lucinda Lessley, Acting Administrator for the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) said that MARAD would be responsible for awarding $2 billion in funding created by the President’s Bi-Partisan Infrastructure law through the Port Infrastructure Development Program (PIDP): “The PIDP grants are awarded on a competitive basis to port projects that will improve the movement of goods to, through and around ports.”

Cordero says Port of Long Beach processed 9.4 million TEUs In 2021
Cordero says Port of Long Beach processed 9.4 million TEUs In 2021

Feb 10 2022 at 12:19 PM | Ports & Terminals | Ports | By The Numbers

Mario Cordero, executive director of the Port of Long Beach said in his “State of the Port of Long Beach” address that the Port “had its busiest year ever” in 2021, moving 9.4 million TEUs compared to 8.11 million TEUs in 2020.

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