Port News

After reporting a 2.5 percent year-over-year rise in total container volume in the first half, terminal developer and operator DP World expects even sharper growth in the second half as new projects come online.


Plans for the second of six planned inland ports are moving ahead in Georgia, part of an effort to expand the port of Savannah’s intermodal reach into the fast-growing U.S. Southeast market.


The immediate roadblocks, stalemates and impasses the group confronted at the July 15 highlight the deep divisions among the members of the congressional working group and the challenges they’ll face in the months ahead.


Members of the Coordinadora Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educación teachers' union blockade train tracks in Mexico's Michoacan state.
Angry Mexican teachers are blockading some of the country's railways, leaving thousands of containers stranded.

The Brexit will slow U.K. containerized trade in the short term.

Port touts its proximity to distribution centers along Florida's I-4 corridor.

Australia’s top container terminal operator will have a new owner in short order.

Terminal de Conteineres de Paranagua, pictured, in 2015 became the second-busiest box port in Brazil.

The owners of the second-biggest container port in Brazil are preparing to sell the facility.


Ship-to-shore power, pictured, is just one of the many ways the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are working to transform themselves into zero-emissions operations.
The Port of Long Beach says its power needs won't be threatened by ongoing green efforts.

Employees of the Brazilian customs agency, pictured, are pressuring interim President Michel Temer to live up to the promises of his predecessor, and in the process are threatening to gridlock essential customs functions during the Olympics.
Brazilian shippers are suffering from a double whammy of industrial action this week.