Virginia

Virginia

26 Feb 2015
The Port of Virginia closed its Hampton Roads terminals Thursday after a winter storm dumped as many as nine inches of snow in some corners of the southeastern corner of the state.
11 Feb 2015
The Port of Virginia last month posted its highest January container volume, handling 191,996 loaded and empty 20-foot-equivalent units, a 15 percent year-over-year increase.
11 Feb 2015
The Port of Virginia has begun posting weekly statistics for truck turn times and container dwell times at its terminals, something drayage operators have been clamoring for at other U.S. ports.
05 Feb 2015
Trucks entering Virginia’s Norfolk International Terminals will face new restrictions next month on when they can pull in with export-bound containers, a spokesman for the Virginia Port Authority has confirmed.
28 Jan 2015
The Port of Virginia is battling congestion but at least is no longer being castigated by the state for lacklus
Norfolk Southern in the snow
27 Jan 2015
Railroads and trucking companies said shipping delays would be unavoidable Tuesday in the wake of severe winter weather that dropped as much as 2 feet of snow in some corners of the Northeast.
13 Jan 2015
Yang Ming Line has become the fourth carrier to offer a Richmond, Virginia, bill of lading for service on the James River container-on-barge service linking Richmond with Hampton Roads marine terminals.
NIT at Port of Virginia
06 Jan 2015
The Port of Virginia will delay the launch of a truck appointment system at Norfolk International Terminals until this spring.
15 Dec 2014
Port of Virginia container volume grew 8.2 percent year-over-year in November, continuing the port's 11-month streak of year-over-year gains even as the peak shipping season wanes.
18 Nov 2014
The Port of Virginia reported its seventh operating profit in eight months amid record volume in October, but CEO John F. Reinhart said more work is needed to reduce congestion and improve operations at terminals.
16 Oct 2014
The Port of Virginia’s container traffic exceeded the 200,000-TEU mark for the fifth month in a row in September, despite ongoing drayage congestion.