International Container Terminal Services

International Container Terminal Services

Weekly wrap-up for August 9, 2014
08 Aug 2014
Troubles in the Pacific Northwest dominated the news this week.
Portland's Terminal 6
08 Aug 2014
The operator of Portland’s only container terminal charged this week that crane productivity hit a new low of 7.5 moves per hour because International Longshore and Warehouse Union members are stepping up their hard-timing tactics now that there is no longshore contract in effect.
07 Aug 2014
International Container Terminal Services saw profit, revenue and volumes increase at double-digit rates in the first half of 2014.
07 Jul 2014
International Container Terminal Services has withdrawn from a contract to manage and operate the Kattupalli International Container Terminal, a new privately owned facility on India’s east coast, after a detailed business review.
Hanjin vessels at Port of Portland
04 Jun 2014
Either Portland has a bright future as a niche container port in the Pacific Northwest, or it will watch much of its business migrate to other ports in the region, depending upon how the International Longshore and Warehouse Union addresses the port’s flagging productivity.
03 Jun 2014
The Manila daytime truck ban that was suspended to clear containers choking the Philippine port for the World Economic Forum East Asia summit last month is back in force, but with a slight modification.
Terminal 6 at the Port of Portland
02 Jun 2014
Longshoremen engaged in illegal work slowdowns at the Port of Portland from September 2012 to June 2013 as they were contesting jurisdiction for jobs handling refrigerated containers, a National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge ruled at the weekend.
14 May 2014
Heavy congestion at the Manila flagship of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) had no obvious impact on its first quarter results with the Philippine-based port operator’s net income growing by 29 percent to $52.4 million.
02 May 2014
International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) will invest $500 million in the port of Melbourne’s third container terminal after holding off stiff competition for the 26-year contract.
01 May 2014
Greece has received expressions of interest from six companies seeking to bid for a majority stake in the port of Piraeus, its largest container port and an emerging Mediterranean transshipment hub.
10 Apr 2014
International Container Terminal Services, through its wholly-owned subsidiary ICTSI (M.E.) JLT, has signed an agreement
Hanjin vessel at the Port of Portland, Ore.
04 Apr 2014
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union this past week won several battles in its war against the Port of Portland and terminal operator ICTSI, and it lost a battle.