Port News

Shippers are OK with paying an extra to help fund night gates at the Port of Oakland.

Officials also credited industry organizations’ communication about the new rules, and regulatory approval of a common approach by major container lines and six ports.

Shipper frustration over what they see as dubious charges from some terminals, liners and forwarders is intensifying.

A new market friendly government in Brazil is keen to get U.S. investment for infrastructure.

Trains are a critical tool that can be used to relieve port congestion, but in Europe they face a number of challenges.

There are no reports of disruption at Europe’s three largest container ports Friday as the SOLAS rule took effect.

It was “business as usual” at container terminals in India's major port complexes on Friday.

New direction for trucker-owned chassis cooperative.

U.S. ports could tap billions in funding from Volkswagen’s settlement with the federal government and Californian authorities on emission violations.

China Cosco Shipping says the Greek government is not living up to its side of the bargain in the deal they struck for the port of Piraeus.