Joseph Bonney

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

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Untraditional deals that finance harbor dredging or underwrite the purchase of entire ports receiving more consideration. 

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SAL Heavy Lift has won a contract from the Dutch offshore construction company Van Oord.
The Panama Canal Authority said increased rainfall has permitted an increase in maximum allowable drafts at the canal’s new locks.
Breakbulk and bulk cargo operators Gearbulk and Grieg Star have agreed to form a Norway-based joint venture.
A system aims to provide a single collection point for information on container status, vessel schedules, and empty-container returns, among other information.
Jacksonville port officials have been working to attract project and breakbulk cargo business to the heavy-lift dock at the port’s Blount Island Marine Terminal.
The shipping and steel industries never quite seem able to match supply and demand well enough to ensure steady profitability. 
Deepwater Wind’s $300 million, 30 MW project three miles off Block Island, Rhode Island, is small compared with big onshore and offshore projects at other locations, but it’s seen as a breakthrough...
Deliveries of ship-to-shore container gantry cranes, which are transported by specialized heavy-lift vessels, rose slightly in 2015.
Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics and its Eukor Car Carriers affiliate have agreed to pay civil penalties to settle US Federal Maritime Commission allegations of wrongdoing.
Steel is the world’s most important industrial material and has direct and indirect impact on breakbulk volumes.