Port News

It has been a year since the International Maritime Organization rolled out new rules for container weight verification across the globe.


Alameda Corridor authority will not seek accelerated fee increases or port assistance despite slower cargo volume gains.


Starting Sunday officials at the Port of New York and New Jersey can discuss a contentious per-container charge with major container lines, after a tied FMC vote.


Inefficient operations at Tanjung Priok and regular traffic around the port adds significant costs to supply chains.

Union Pacific brings domestic intermodal rail to the ICTF near LA-LB ports.

Volatility in the shipping line industry will continue, and the expectation is that more consolidation is ahead, said Dr. Noel Hacegaba, the Port of Long Beach's chief commercial officer.


The East Hope Group is a formidable aluminium producer, with some 150 subsidiaries and 24,000 employees.

Freight rates on the trans-Pacific have fallen well off leavels reached in the fourth quarter of 2016 as carriers in the highly competitive trade route chase after market share.

At $4 billion, the Port of Long Beach is in the middle of the largest seaport capital improvement program in the US, depu


Canadian shippers and the head of Canada’s largest port have argued monetizing the country’s 18 port authorities could increase port user fees, limit public oversight, and threaten investment in waterside infrastructure.