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Ports

By Patrick Burnson · October 3, 2018
As more vessels are scrapped and new ships are launched, industry analysts are forecasting a long overdue rebound in the breakbulk sector.
<p>LNG bunkering operation in Germany’s Elbehafen in Brunsbuettel. Copyright Brunsbuettel Ports</p>

SPECIAL REPORT
By Dagmar Trepins, European Correspondent · October 3, 2018
The evolution of autonomous vessels and the need for improved liquid natural gas (LNG) transport and delivery are shaping the future of European logistics—and opening new doors for cooperation between the EU and the United States. Stakeholders on both sides of the Atlantic say that it’s time for more collaboration, not confrontation.
By LM Staff · September 5, 2018
Pricing across the transportation modes
By LM Staff · July 31, 2018
Learn about the 35th Annual Quest for Quality Award winners for North American Shipping Ports
By Patrick Burnson · June 26, 2018
Supply chain managers may see more rating changes for some U.S. ports over the next 12 months in the wake of an unusually active year of movement for the sector, say industry analysts at Fitch Ratings
By Jeff Berman · June 7, 2018
Port labor accord is back with yesterday’s news that the International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA), the largest union of maritime workers in North America, and the United States Maritime Alliance (USMX), an alliance of container carriers, direct employers, and port associations serving United States-based East and Gulf Coasts, have come to a tentative agreement on new six-year contract.
By Patrick Burnson · May 7, 2018
Advancements in operational technology and robotics are becoming key differentiators for our nation’s leading ocean cargo gateways. At the same time, increasing numbers of port terminals are using higher levels of automation to improve productivity and efficiency. Top Ports by volume in 2017, United States Ports by Volume, Top US ports by TEUs, Busiest Ports in the United States, United States Ports by Volume.
<p>Image: Flickr</p> By Micah Mallace, Director of Strategic Projects at the SC Ports Authority · April 25, 2018
Micah Mallace, Director of Strategic Projects at the SC Ports Authority, likens the 1980s arcade game “Whac-A-Mole” to costs in the supply chain - and suggests taking a holistic approach to reduce them
By Patrick Burnson · April 18, 2018
While there are "justifiable concerns" about China’s trade practices, The Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) continues to believe that productive engagement and negotiations are the best path to ensuring a fair and level playing field for mutually beneficial trade.
By Patrick Burnson · April 16, 2018
In a post-MODEX interview Jon Slangerup, the CEO of the Atlanta-based 4PL, American Global Logistics, says that U.S. ports are finally keeping pace with technology-driven trends in other transport industries.
WHITE PAPER
By LM Staff · April 4, 2018
Florida’s geography is convenient to global markets and serves as the perfect conduit for Asia-focused container trade. Florida Ports, seaport white papers, Benefits of using florida ports
By Patrick Burnson · March 13, 2018
The Tioga Group Inc. and World Class Logistics (WCL) Consulting Inc. presented the results of their evaluation of two potential alternatives to the current model used under the OffPeak program managed by PierPass. Since 2005, the OffPeak program has mitigated traffic congestion caused by port truck operations by enabling and encouraging the pickup and delivery of containers on weeknights or Saturdays.
By Patrick Burnson · January 10, 2018
Following the close of its 2017 fiscal year, Panama Canal authorities announced that the entrepot welcomed a record 403.8 million tons—the largest amount of annual volume ever transited in its 103-year history. Industry analysts say the impact on U.S. ocean cargo gateways will soon become evident.
By Patrick Burnson · December 18, 2017
DP World feels that it has found a solution to drayage backups at some of its terminals by utilizing the QLess line management platform.
By Patrick Burnson · November 13, 2017
Brendan McCahill, Senior Vice President of Trade Data Content at Descartes, examines the current state of U.S. port infrastructure.

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