The Rhode Island Department of Transportation is asking for proposals from firms to design, build, operate and maintain electronic tolling facilities for the state's truck-only tolling program, which has been met with protests from industry organizations.
The shipping company’s first of six new vessels is expected to be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2017.
H.R. 6455, the “Energizing American Maritime Act,” would require that up to 30 percent of exports of strategic energy assets travel on U.S.-flagged vessels.
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The Georgia Ports Authority said almost one-third of its fleet of container stacking machines (45 out of 145), manufactured by Konecranes, have been purchased with or converted to, electric power capability.
Analysts predict higher volumes and rates, but offsetting coal traffic decline will be a heavy lift
Japan's three largest ocean carriers said Monday in Tokyo they will merge their container operations in mid-2017 to form what would be the sixth largest line, continuing a recent trend of industry consolidation.