Crowley Liner Services will expand its footprint at the Port of Jacksonville’s Talleyrand Marine Terminal in pr

The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway system’s navigation season is scheduled to reopen March 27 following its annual winter shutdown that began Jan. 1, U.S. and Canadian authorities announced.

container ship squeeze through Miraflora locks at Panama Canal
The Panama Canal Authority is setting its sights on retaining the increase in container volumes from Asia to the U.S. East and Gulf Coast ports it gained in recent months, thanks to shippers diverting cargo from congested West Coast ports.

CMA CGM has opened a logistics complex, between the port and city of Douala, Cameroon, and set up a new firm to handle inland transportation in West African markets.

India’s long-contemplated plan to build a privately operated container transshipment hub at Vizhinjam, near Trivandrum, took a hit after investor groups balked at rebidding for the contract on Friday.

It is almost a year since Manila imposed the daytime truck ban that led to horrific congestion in the Southeast Asian port, but even though the terminals are making ground on the backlog of containers, yard utilisation is still at unhealthy levels.

New Zealand’s Port of Tauranga and logistics management company Kotahi will form a new joint venture to support robust export cargo volume commitments made last year and to strengthen the country’s supply chain.

Ambassador Bridge
The U.S. and Canada cleared a big hurdle to building a second span over the Detroit River, a critical crossing and sometime choke-point for cross-border trade.

busy Oakland port, November 2014
The tentative coastwide contract agreement that was reached Friday evening by the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association, while most welcome, is just the beginning of a long process West Coast ports must endure to recover from the backlog of containers and vessels that have overwhelmed their operations the past four months, and to restore their reputation among shippers.

A union representing about 400 harbor truckers serving Port Metro Vancouver is calling on the recently tapped head of the new drayage commission, tasked with setting minimum rates and governing licenses, to step down.