A new position paper from the Agriculture Transport Coalition lays out options such as delaying enforcement of the SOLAS verified gross mass requirement or allowing weight variance, and requests a congressional inquiry into the IMO.
Rather than pursue a potentially damaging proxy fight to install new leadership, Canadian Pacific is asking NS shareholders to urge the company’s board to “engage in good faith discussions with CP.”
Maritime industry groups are concerned that the 2017 fiscal year budget request from the Obama administration will hurt progress made by ports on infrastructure and the environment.
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During the Democratic debate last night, the two presidential candidates decried the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement for not protecting American workers from unfair foreign competition.
MOL will terminate its current CSW loop, while MSC and Maersk Line's jointly operated Ipanema Service/ASAS3 will see MOL upgrade from a slot purchaser to a vessel provider and add additional calls in South America.
Longshoremen at the port returned to work Monday after a wildcat strike employers called "extremely disruptive" to operations and retailers said reminded them of the labor issues this time last year at West Coast ports.