Crowley Maritime Transportation is hailing the Florida East Coast Railway decision to open its newest Intermodal Container Transport Facility at Port Everglades...
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18 Mar 2014
WASHINGTON — The Florida ports of Jacksonville and Everglades could get federal authorization to deepen their channels this year instead of having to wait two years or more for the passage of another water resources development bill.
21 Feb 2014
Gulf ports are looking to intermodal rail in an effort to extend their reach farther inland for containerized cargo.
06 Jan 2014
Armed with two new container services that launched last year and a new rail ramp opening later this year, Port Everglades is poised for a year of growth in its container throughput.
25 Nov 2013
20 Nov 2013
Florida’s Gov. Rick Scott has plans to ask state legislators in an upcoming session for $9.7 million to expand the container terminal at Port Canaveral...
05 Nov 2013
Officials from the Tampa Port Authority and terminal operator Ports America, as well as regional exporters and importers, celebrated the 10-year anniversary of Zim Integrated Shipping Services’ calls at the Port of Tampa.
05 Nov 2013
Sometime this year or early next, Florida will replace New York to become the third-largest U.S. state in population.
30 Oct 2013
Crowley Maritime’s liner services group and Seaboard Marine have entered into a vessel-sharing agreement in the South Florida-Costa Rica-Panama trade.
16 Oct 2013
Florida Gov. Rick Scott pledged that he would ask the Florida legislature to include $14.7 million in funding for Port Everglades’ Southport Turning Notch project.
11 Oct 2013
Florida East Coast Railway has announced that its $53 million, 42.5-acre intermodal container transfer facility at Port Everglades is making progress and is expected to open in mid-2014.