Washington’s ports led the U.S. West Coast in container volume growth in 2012, according to the recently-released Pacific Maritime Association annual report.
Pacific Maritime Association
24 Apr 2013
Modernization of cargo-handling operations and maintaining labor peace are foremost on the minds of West Coast waterfront employers as they look ahead to the expiration of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union contract on July 1, 2014.
17 Dec 2012
LONG BEACH—The volume of containers in Los Angeles-Long Beach in November dropped 2 percent compared to the same month la
28 Nov 2012
The clerical workers’ strike that shut down the APM terminal in Los Angeles Tuesday spread Wednesday afternoon to nine more terminals in the Los Angeles-Long Beach port complex.
27 Nov 2012
ILWU dockworkers refused to cross a picket line formed by office clerical workers on Tuesday, shutting down the large APM terminal at the Port of Los Angeles.
21 Nov 2012
International Longshore and Warehouse Union dockworkers returned to work late Tuesday after Oakland Mayor Jean Quan broke
01 Nov 2012
Container volumes at West Coast ports declined 1 percent in September compared to September 2011, dragged down by exports
25 Oct 2012
Full operations resumed at the Port of Oakland Thursday morning, a day after the International Longshore and Warehouse Un
04 Oct 2012
Container volumes at West Coast ports inched up in August, with imports increasing slightly and exports decreasing a bit.
14 Aug 2012
International Longshore and Warehouse Union Coast Committeeman Leal Sundet was not speaking in hyperbole Monday when he said the jurisdictional dispute in Portland between the ILWU and the Internation
07 Aug 2012
Contract negotiations between the Office Clerical Unit of International Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 63 and waterfront employers have entered their second week, which is a record of sorts in th