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Florida Seaports See Record-high Cargo in 2022

Feb 22, 2023

Florida’s 16 seaports experienced a new record high of 112.5 million tons of cargo received during 2022, a 6% increase over 2021, a newly released report from the Florida Seaport Transportation and Economic Development Council (FSTED) shows…

Konecranes to Deliver Mobile Harbor Crane to Guyana

Feb 22, 2023

Finland's Konecranes reports it has received an order to deliver two mobile harbor cranes to Guyana's Port of Georgetown.In Q3 2022, two port operating companies in Guyana – Muneshwers Ltd. and John Fernandes Ltd. – made a joint order for two…

Terminal Expansion Boosts Port of Vancouver Container Capacity

Feb 22, 2023

A recently completed terminal expansion project at Canada's Port of Vancouver is set to boost capacity amid projected cargo volume growth at the Canadian West Coast seaport.The Construction on the Centerm Expansion Project—delivered by the the…

Tradepoint Atlantic to Develop Trans-load Facility at Port Tampa Bay

Feb 21, 2023

Tradepoint Atlantic, a 3,300-acre global multimodal logistics hub and industrial center, announced that the Port Tampa Bay’s Board of Commissioners approved a lease agreement with Tradepoint Tampa for 35 acres of land to build a new trans-load warehouse distribution facility…

Fire-damaged Freeport LNG Receives Approval for Partial Restart

Feb 21, 2023

Freeport LNG, the second largest U.S. liquefied natural gas exporter, said on Tuesday it had received regulatory approval to restart commercial operations at its Texas processing plant.The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved the partial restart of two liquefaction trains…

Port of Montreal Plots $335+ Million in Infrastructure Investments

Feb 21, 2023

The Port of Montreal's new five-year investment plan includes more than $335 million earmarked for infrastructure upgrades and development.The announcement was made by Martin Imbleau, president and CEO of the Montreal Port Authority (MPA) during…

Port of Toronto Reports Record Cargo and Cruise Numbers for 2022

Feb 21, 2023

The Port of Toronto announced it  moved more than 2.3 million metric tonnes of cargo in 2022, its highest recorded cargo levels in 18 years, and welcomed a record 41 cruise ships and more than 12,000 visitors to its Cruise Ship Terminal.The…

US LNG Producers Poised to Leapfrog Rivals with Three New Projects

Feb 20, 2023

At least three proposed U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plants have likely found enough customers to receive financial approvals this year, according to Reuters calculations, developments that would make the country the world's largest LNG exporter for years to come…

Container Volume Slips at Port Houston

Feb 17, 2023

Port Houston reported a dip in container volumes in January, with TEUs down by 1% compared to last January, and 319,990 TEUs for the first month of 2023, down 3,437 TEUs from the same period in 2022.Loaded imports were down 6%, but total imports…

SAAM Towage Colombia Operations Are Carbon Neutral

Feb 17, 2023

Once again, SAAM Towage verified and fully offset the greenhouse gas emissions from its Colombian operations. The measurement process, certified by Bureau Veritas, considered all direct emissions and all indirect emissions from energy consumption…

Guyana's Shore Base Project Could Cut Shipping Costs by About 12%

Feb 16, 2023

Companies working on a $300 million logistics facility in Guyana that will support offshore oil operations said on Wednesday the shore base will help reduce shipping costs for supplies by as much as 12% by allowing larger supply vessels to dock…

Port of Oakland Building for the Next Generation

Feb 15, 2023

Port of Oakland Executive Director Danny Wan presented the 'State of the Port 2023' at a luncheon yesterday. In partnership with the Pacific Merchant Shipping Association and Women In Logistics, the speech was given to around 300 port stakeholders at Scott’s Seafood Restaurant in Jack London Square…

Port of Corpus Christi Taps AmmPower to Provide Green Hydrogen Energy Solutions

Feb 13, 2023

Canadian headquartered AmmPower Corp. announced it has entered into a memorandum of understanding with the Port of Corpus Christi Authority (PCCA) to explore the development of a green hydrogen used as feedstock for green fuel and green derivatives production…

First Vessel Arrives at Freeport LNG Plant Since 2022 Fire

Feb 10, 2023

The first liquefied natural gas (LNG) vessel arrived on Friday at Freeport LNG's long-idled export plant in Texas since the facility shut in a fire in June last year, according to ship tracking data from Refinitiv.The vessel Kmarin Diamond is operated by a unit of oil major BP…

Port Everglades Gets $32 Million Grant for Sea Level Rise Infrastructure

Feb 10, 2023

Port Everglades was awarded a $32 million grant this week to mitigate environmental threats from flooding and sea level rise and ensure continued access for marine vessels. This grant is part of more than $275 million for resilience projects…

Logistics News

Jozwiak Joins GLO Marine as Green Transition Lead

Jozwiak Joins GLO Marine as Green Transition Lead

Germany Opens Remote-Controlled Center for Inland Shipping

Germany Opens Remote-Controlled Center for Inland Shipping

Tanker Backlog Grows in Venezuela as PDVSA Struggles to Deliver Oil

Tanker Backlog Grows in Venezuela as PDVSA Struggles to Deliver Oil

Port Houston Reports Record January Container Volumes

Port Houston Reports Record January Container Volumes

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