Port News

Container traffic through the Port of New York and New Jersey fell in March.

Political convulsions in Brazil are taking a toll on the port sector, forcing the resignation of Ports Minister Helder Barbalho mere months after he assumed the position.

The Port of Houston has announced how it will handle the SOLAS verified gross mass rule.

The Port of Charleston and its CEO James Newsome are emerging as mavericks in the increasingly heated debate over a global container weight rule.

DP World managed to defy a sluggish container shipping market.

Could U.S. freight volumes rise and overall economic growth slow?

Container throughput at South Korea’s Incheon Port expanded in the first quarter.

A California Senate committee Wednesday approved legislation that will provide a partial tax exemption for terminal operators that purchase zero- or near-zero-emission cargo-handling equipment, expediting the progress California’s ports are making toward becoming the greenest in the world without significantly increasing the cost of shipping through the ports.

A local cold-storage provider near the Port of Oakland has decided to expand after seeing the results of the port's efforts to improve the movement of refrigerated products between the port and its warehouses.

Gary LaGrange will retire after 16 years as president and CEO of the Port of New Orleans.