Port News

A Baltimore International Longshoremen’s Association local responsible for a three-day 2013 strike will return to local control.

The 2M Alliance plans to shift one of their Asia-to-U.S. East Coast services to the newly expanded Panama Canal.

A new bill introduced in the California legislature aims to spur the Los Angeles-Long Beach port complex to revamp its PierPass system.

Russia’s Federal Anti-Monopoly Service is investigating the country’s leading terminal operators over price-fixing allegations.

Antwerp Port Authority announced the appointment of the previous head of Belgium’s national electrical company as its new chief executive officer.

Officials at North Carolina’s Port of Wilmington are betting on calls from a Latin American service to boost container traffic after less-than-stellar business this year.

Software glitches continued to plague terminal gates at the Port of Charleston’s Wando Welch Marine Terminal Thursday.

The projects are part of a long-term government program to more than double the country’s overall port capacity.

The port of Rotterdam will introduce a “paperless” transfer of containers between its major terminals.

“We are getting a good handle on it and today is much better,” Jim Newsome, president and CEO of the South Carolina Ports Authority, told JOC.com Wednesday. “We will return to our normal high standard of operation shortly.”