Terminal Operators

Terminal Operators

Read the latest news about terminal operators and ongoing projects and upcoming plans. 


Standing on the stage at this month’s TPM Conference, Matthew Shay delivered a pointed message to those responsible for months-worth of delays, millions of dollars in lost retail sales, and the loss of jobs and export opportunities: “Enough is enough! The interest of thousands” can no longer threaten the livelihood of millions.

News & Analysis

28 Jul 2015
DP World posted a 4.2 percent increase in container traffic in the first half of the year, driven largely by strong growth at its terminals in Europe and the United Arab Emirates.
20 Jul 2015
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - International Longshoremen’s Association President Harold Daggett promised ILA convention delegates that any long-term contract extension will protect past union gains.
16 Jul 2015
The Brazilian port of São Sebastião is poised to receive 1 billion reais ($318.5 million) of investment which will involve new terminal concessions for containers and general cargo, putting its well established rival, the Port of Santos, on edge.
15 Jul 2015
The APM Terminal at the Port of Itajai, already hobbled from the loss of an East Asia service that provided a good chunk of its volume and revenue, has been dealt another blow by a line owned by its parent company.
13 Jul 2015
West Coast ports are seeing the number of man-hours paid to move containers rise as volume stagnates, while at the same time the hourly cost of longshore labor is increasing.
10 Jul 2015
The Sri Lankan government is to looking to attract overseas involvement in the running of two new port terminals in Colombo and Hambantota.
10 Jul 2015
China Merchants Holdings International, China’s largest port operator on the mainland, is urging terminals along the maritime silk road to align in an effort to counter the alliances among container carriers.
drayage truck at Port of Long Beach
07 Jul 2015
Trucker turn times in Los Angeles-Long Beach are back to where they were in the spring of 2014 before the ports were crippled by labor slowdowns, but industry analyst Val Noronha is giving terminal operators in the largest U.S. port complex a grade of only D-minus.
07 Jul 2015
HHLA, Hamburg’s largest container stevedore, forecast a “moderate” decline in traffic in 2015 but stuck to its earnings forecast thanks to increased intermodal volumes.