The latest news and insight on the current state of U.S. Ports, including infrastructure investment, new services, labor issues, and global trade volumes.

Ocean Cargo Supply Chain Becoming Greener, Says BSR

Posted 09/03 · 08:18 AM · SCMR Editorial
The Clean Cargo Working Group (CCWG) has released a report indicating that in 2014 average CO2 emissions in the global container shipping trades declined 8.4 percent from the year before.

Port of Oakland: vessel traffic jam in San Francisco Bay fading

Posted 09/02 · 08:41 AM · LM Editorial
Six straight days without a ship waiting for berth

Tough decision to be made by the Federal Maritime Commission

Posted 08/27 · 07:52 PM · LM Editorial
While the Port of Oakland agrees that Saturday gate operations might ease congestion, they have a few "concerns" of their own

Washington’s Ports Poised to Compete with Canada

Posted 08/27 · 09:03 AM · SCMR Editorial
Seattle and Tacoma commissions have formed The Northwest Seaport Alliance to unify management of the two ports’ marine cargo terminals and related functions.

CEVA expands its transpacific services

Posted 08/26 · 04:26 PM · LM Editorial
This is the first guaranteed weekly service direct to the U.S. from Singapore as part of the company’s initiative to enhance its LCL offerings serving Trans-pacific needs.

The Northwest Seaport Alliance moves forward with FMC approval

Posted 08/05 · 04:53 PM · LM Editorial
The once bitter rivalry between the ports of Tacoma and Seattle seems to have come to an end as both parties have entered into a joint marketing program designed to leverage the Puget Sound’s logistical advantage.
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How Safe is the Mexican Supply Chain?

Posted 08/04 · 03:13 PM · SCMR Editorial
Cushman & Wakefield’s new study is bullish on the prospects for Mexico's rapidly growing seaport infrastructure, but U.S. supply managers may still be wary of investing there. Gonzalo Gutierrez, Cushman & Wakefield’s executive director – Monterrey Northeast Region, Industrial Brokerage Services, admits that Mexico has faced a major challenge in its fight against organized crime.
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Cushman & Wakefield Study Says Mexico’s Ports Poised to Boom

Posted 08/04 · 01:53 PM · SCMR Editorial
Mexico's growing importance in the continental supply chain is now being recognized by North American transportation groups

Mexico’s ports the focus of new Cushman & Wakefield study

Posted 08/04 · 01:46 PM · LM Editorial
Mexico's growing importance in the continental supply chain is now being recognized by North American transportation groups

2015 Quest for Quality: Ports increase investment and competition paying off

Posted 08/01 · 09:54 PM · LM Editorial
On the heels of the labor disruptions on the U.S. West Coast in late 2014 and early 2015, as well as less dramatic port congestion issues in Europe and Asia, delays to containerized cargo movement have been the subject of many of our news stories and features over the last year—and understandably so.

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