Joseph Bonney

Joseph Bonney is senior editor with The Journal of Commerce. He is based in Newark, N.J.

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Automotive interests press for efficient planning by supply chain partners to help ports keep up with volume.

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Matson will build two container/roll-on, roll-off ships.
Jacksonville company to handle Army work at Sunny Point, North Carolina.
National Transportation Safety Board engineer Douglas Mansel begins the process of disassembling El Faro’s voyage data recorder capsule Aug. 9, 2016 aboard the USNS Apache.
Investigators have collected 26 hours of information from the voyage data recorder of El Faro.
Dockworkers pose with their Transportation Worker Identification Credentials, which were mandated by Congress in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
U.S. marine terminals and vessels handling dangerous bulk goods or carrying more than 1,000 passengers have been given a two-year deadline to electronically verify Transportation Worker...
Cars are unloaded from the Jean Anne, the first ship to call the Port of San Francisco's Pier 80 in 2016.
Pasha Automotive Services has launched a car-carrier service to the Port of San Francisco.
The ACL Atlantic Star is the first of the G4 class ships, whose combination of container and roll-on, roll-off capacity has helped the liner get through the onging downturn in the container sector.
ACL expects its new ships to provide an edge.
The Georgia Ports Authority has extended its five-year agreement with Consolidated Chassis Management’s South Atlantic Chassis Pool.
A number of issues on both coasts stand in the way of early contract talks between dockworkers and employers that could usher in an unprecedented period of labor peace at U.S. ports.
The International Longshoremen’s Association won't discuss a contract extension until disputes over the current contract are resolved.
The voyage data recorder of El Faro is pictured in fresh water aboard the USNS Apache, which led efforts to locate El Faro's wreckage and data recorder.
The recovery of the voyage data recorder could provide investigators with clues to the sinking that left 33 dead.
Canal officials said they're "very pleased" with operations so far.