Dredging

Read the latest news on dredging projects at East Coast ports as they prepare for mega-ships arrivals once the Panama Canal expansion project is finished. 

Commentary

In the 17 years since the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers started its reconnaissance study of the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project, other countries have accomplished a tad more in terms of marine infrastructure projects.

News & Analysis

01 Jun 2017
The Port of Philadelphia by the end of the year could be hosting ships of up to 14,400 TEU.
22 May 2017
The deal follows the official adoption earlier this year of an ambitious development plan for the port.
30 Jan 2017
Widening 'Bayport flare' is project's final step.
12 Jan 2017
Sweden’s top port of Gothenburg must invest in deepening its access channel and container berths to remain a leading Nordic hub amid increased competition.
16 Nov 2016
As shippers using the Brazilian port of Santos cope with delays from strikes by customs officers, they can take relief in the pleasant surprise that sorely needed maintenance dredging has unexpectedly resumed after several weeks of delays.
26 Oct 2016
The sagging hopes for dredging the port of Santos to 17 meters have been given a lift by a new wave simulator at the University of Sao Paulo.
21 Oct 2016
The Brazilian Ministry for Transport, Ports, and Civil Aviation has decided to privatize dredging operations at the country’s top three ports of Santos, Paranagua, and Rio de Janeiro.
07 Oct 2016
For years, ports have pushed to ensure that all Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund collections are used for dredging and not diverted to other uses.
03 Oct 2016
A major dredging project at the port of Guangzhou signals its intentions to capture Pearl River Delta cargo currently traveling to other competitors in the region.
Port Corpus Christi, pictured, says its decision to test sediment will speed the timeline for its dredging project by nearly a year.
26 Sep 2016
Port Corpus Christi has taken the first step toward a project to widen the Texas port’s channel and increase its depth.