The key objective of the two-week National Transportation Safety Board mission in April will be to locate the voyage data recorder or "black box" dislodged from the TOTE Maritime general cargo vessel when it sank Oct. 1 during Hurricane Joaquin.
The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board took steps this week to improve safety practices and regulations involving lithium batteries carried by airlines.
The $1.5 million program at the Port of Oakland will provide an incentive to terminals to stay open longer as they handle business relocated from Outer Harbor Terminal.
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South Korean shipping conglomerate Hyundai Merchant Marine may be looking to sell its subsidiary securities firm, tourism unit, port container terminals, or bulk carriers, according to various media reports.
The Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security and the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control have announced further regulatory amendments to expand the types of U.S. goods allowed for export to Cuba.
Executive Director Chris Lytle says the Port of Oakland is "deeply disappointed" with the action today by the joint terminal venture between Ports America and TIL, which says the reorganization is part of its "operational wind down" at the port.