Baltimore terminal reduces working hours; Georgia ports brace for volume dive
People might be willing to travel for business, but companies are nixing nonessential trips. Many industry conferences are being canceled as a result.
Ports are asking that Chinese-made container cranes be excluded from the list of products on which President Trump has threatened a 10 tariff.
Chris Connor, the new president and CEO of the American Association of Port Authorities, is enthusiastic about advocating for the varied needs of its members.
Port of Virginia sees tariffs putting its billion-dollar expansion at risk.
U.S. maritime’s economic contributions may be at risk if Chinese tariffs remain in place.
World Shipping Council reigns in predictions of severe price spikes resulting from low-sulfur fuel regulation.
Funding plan keeps Charleston and Savannah on course to handle larger container ships.
Congress is handing out $93 million in federal grants for improvements at the nation’s top 15 container ports.
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