Terminal Operators

Terminal Operators

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

Commentary

The end of the White House's hands-off approach to the International Longshore and Warehouse Union-Pacific Maritime Association talks holds risks for the union.

News & Analysis

APM Terminals, Rotterdam
27 Feb 2015
APM Terminals confirmed it asked three senior executives to quit their jobs at the Maersk Group’s port operating unit.
25 Feb 2015
The credit ratings of major West Coast ports will not be significantly impacted in the short to medium term by the cargo-handling disruptions that occurred during the protracted dockworker contract negotiations, but continued labor problems would cast the ports as unreliable, and would likely lead to permanent cargo diversion, Fitch Ratings stated Wednesday.
25 Feb 2015
North American intermodal volumes plummeted as U.S. West Coast port congestion came to a head last week before union and waterfront officials at last brokered a deal Friday evening.
APM Terminals, Tangier, Morocco, Africa
25 Feb 2015
APM Terminals restated its target of booking a $1 billion net operating profit after tax in 2016 as it emerged as the Maersk Group’s top performing division last year.
25 Feb 2015
Maersk Group made a record net profit of $5.2 billion in 2014, up 38 percent on the 2013 result and driven by a strong performance by Maersk Line, which reported a profit of $2.3 billion.
24 Feb 2015
Most West Coast ports were bustling with activity this week as marine terminals order full vessel, yard and gate work crews, and International Longshore and Warehouse Union dispatch halls are filling all of the orders.
20 Feb 2015
Negotiators for the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association have reached a tentative coastwide contract agreement for five years after more than nine months of bargaining.
20 Feb 2015
The U.S. Labor Secretary on Thursday told the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association that they have until Friday to reach a contract or they’ll have to negotiate in Washington D.C.
18 Feb 2015
Some West Coast employers are appealing directly to working longshoremen to scrutinize the details of the Pacific Maritime Association’s contract proposal, with the implication that they should not let this offer slip away because they won’t receive a better one.
17 Feb 2015
With at least 50 container ships anchored off the West Coast on Tuesday, the eyes of the international trade community were focused on San Francisco to learn if U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez could break the impasse in contract negotiations between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association.