Port News

Eimskip aims to make weekly visits by 2020.


“Thousands of companies and millions of workers rely on these ports.”

It’s the first of what the small East Coast port hopes will be two new services coming to the gateway as ocean carriers and their alliances sort out port coverage this year.

The dockworkers’ union has said changing Spain's dock labor system would cost 7,000 to 8,000 jobs.

Storage companies are struggling to deploy container trailers because of the traffic chaos.

The Ocean Alliance appears to have filled in the missing pieces of its network schedule, releasing the full port rotation and terminal call details.

If properly fitted with sensors, a chassis can evolve well beyond its current state of utility.

APM Terminals has nearly tripled the previously announced upgrades at its terminal in the Port of New York and New Jersey.

Management group for US East and Gulf coasts reminds union of contract's no-strike clause.

In an interview with JOC.com, APM Terminals’ Morten Engelstoft shared his thoughts on the global marine terminal operating business.