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The Port of Virginia Would Face Significant Impacts From Proposed Tariffs

VA, United States

The Port of Virginia and other port and terminal operators across the country are pushing back against a new round of proposed tariffs on imports from China.Like ports across the world, the Port of...

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Georgia, South Carolina commit $1.29M more to joint port

GA, United States

SAVANNAH, Ga. — Georgia and South Carolina on Tuesday committed an additional $1.29 million toward developing a port terminal on the Savannah River that would be jointly operated by the...

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Port of Vancouver secures C$100m government funding

Canada

The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority has secured more than C$100m from the Government of Canada’s National Trade Corridors Fund to support trade-enabling infrastructure.The funded projects were...

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Port of Boston Sets New Record

MA, United States

The Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) announced another record year for the Port of Boston’s Paul W. Conley Container Terminal.From July 2018 through June 2019, Conley handled 307,331...

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Seattle Building New Port To Handle Cruise Boom

WA, United States

With Alaska continuing to be incredibly popular with cruisers, Seattle is moving forward with plans to expand their port. The goal is to have another berth available for ships by the 2023...

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Virginia reaches record thanks to new terminal

VA, United States

The Port of Virginia, that comprises four marine terminals, has completed the expansion of its Virginia International Gateway, a container terminal located along the Elizabeth River in Portsmouth...

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Coming soon to the Port of Baltimore: Faster-moving freight

MD, United States

A faster, more cost-effective way to move cargo is coming to the Port of Baltimore, Governor Larry Hogan announced on Tuesday. Maryland will receive $125 million as part of the federal INFRA...

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Shoring up Long Island's beaches

NY, United States

This story was reported by John Asbury, Robert Brodsky, Vera Chinese and Jean-Paul Salamanca. It was written by Brodsky.The crest of the Atlantic Ocean pounds Montauk’s coastline, exposing buried...

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Port of Los Angeles invites bids to develop cyber resilience centre

CA, United States

The City of Los Angeles Harbor Department has invited companies to submit bids for the development of a cyber resilience centre for its city’s port.In accordance with the request for proposals (RFP)...

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Three US port projects in line for funding

United States

Three US port-related projects will receive funding totalling US$142.06m to spend on improving freight productivity and efficiency.The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) said the US...

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Connor To Represent And Promote A Spectrum Of Ports

United States

Chris Connor, who will take the helm of the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) from long-time President and CEO Kurt J. Nagle in September, has 38 years of experience in the maritime...

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Freeport Texas: LNG’s Train 1 Terminal enters final commissioning stage

TX, United States

Energy is big business on the Texas coast and the infrastructure to support it is massive and expensive. It's good to take note when another piece of the energy puzzle falls into place.McDermott...

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CAD$46.2M For Canadian Port

Canada

Canada’s Government will allocate CAD$46.2m in funding to enable the Port of Nanaimo to make significant infrastructure improvements and expansions at its Duke Point facilities.The funding will...

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Anchorage Assembly delays vote on port repair contract

AK, United States

Caught between potential disasters, the Anchorage Assembly again delayed a vote on July 23 to decide whether the city should start rebuilding its aging port that is badly in need of repair or wait...

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Corps of Engineers eyes hole in Duluth harbor

MN, United States

Port faces ‘critical’ need to place dredged materialsTo keep ships moving in the Twin Ports, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers needs to dredge a lot of sediment out of local navigation channels on an...