International Trade News
JNPT is the first major, or public, port to take advantage of a new policy under the Sagar Mala infrastructure development program.
Container throughput at China’s main ports rebounded in July after a poor first half of the year.
Pacific International Lines has signed a memorandum of understanding with China’s largest public port operator and a mainland construction giant to develop new markets.
The dramatic descent of spot prices to five-year lows in both directions on the trans-Atlantic shipping route has sparked questions about how low the price can go, and if the once sleepy, stable route has changed.
Surging e-commerce demand and spending in Asia has logistics companies looking to the future.
IHS economist: the volume of containerized U.S. imports will grow at a slower pace than expected in 2016.
The Port of Albany, New York, will use a federal grant to fund a range of improvements.
U.S. freight projects this year received their lowest share ever from the TIGER federal grant program.
Port touts its proximity to distribution centers along Florida's I-4 corridor.
The Port of Baltimore is not giving up on a project to raise the Howard Street tunnel enough to allow the passage of double-stacked freight trains.