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The ports of Wilmington and Charleston see long-term investments as the key to resilience in the face of adversity created by such events as the coronavirus outbreak
Samskip’s ‘through-transport concept’, incorporating shortsea, barge and rail services has sparked interest among shippers more commonly associated with haulage, as they are not restricted by border controls and medical checks on drivers
ONE plans a new weekly service operating 18 large boxships to Asia each with 14,000 teu capacity. This will include the port of Oakland and give the port its first-ever link with Saudi Arabia
The project is another key component of NCP’s more than $200m capital improvement plan aimed at modernising and enhancing the port’s efficiency
Network imbalances threaten to bring more misery for shippers trying to export
‘We know shippers do not have sufficient access to refrigerated containers, ports are facing excess numbers of empties, and terminals and warehousing facilities are dealing with operational difficulties’ — commissioner Daniel Maffei
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