Port of Long Beach Reports Record February Activity

Posted by Rypos on Mar 10, 2021 10:30:00 AM

An unprecedented surge in cargo volume lifted the Port of Long Beach to its busiest February on record. Terminal operators and dockworkers moved over 770,000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs), a 40% plus increase over February 2020 and marking the largest year-over-year increase for a single month in the Port’s 110-year history.

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Tags: Ports, Shipping, Maritime, Long Beach

How PhilaPort Adapted During COVID-19 To Become Fastest Growing Port On East Coast

Posted by Rypos on Feb 24, 2021 3:00:00 PM

The Port of Philadelphia, also known as PhilaPort, has officially achieved a 7% increase in container volumes in 2020 placing it as the fastest-growing container port on the United States East Coast. 

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Tags: Ports, Shipping, COVID-19, Maritime

Port of Long Beach Ends 2020 with Busiest Year on Record

Posted by Rypos on Feb 17, 2021 10:30:00 AM

Mario Cordero, executive director of Port of Long Beach, addressed and thanked frontline men and women who kept the Port operational during the pandemic and helped set a record year.

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Tags: Marine, COVID-19, Maritime, Port, Long Beach

Ports and Ferry Systems Delivering Upgrades to Support a Sustainable Maritime Ecosystem

Posted by Rypos on Feb 5, 2021 12:30:00 PM

With the new U.S. administration, we are expecting a significant reversal in climate and environmental policies. At this point, we have already seen the new administration rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement, an international treaty focused on mitigating the impact climate change will have around the world. We anticipate this is not the first of sweeping changes that will impact the maritime industry.

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Tags: Marine, Legislation, Maritime, Environment

Reefer Shipping Forecasted to Outpace Dry Cargo Among Growing Container Trade

Posted by Rypos on Aug 27, 2020 8:00:00 AM

According to an independent maritime research and consulting firm, Drewry, refrigerated container shipping is forecasted to outpace dry good container shipping by the end of 2021. They attribute this to the strength of the global food supply chain as well as the continued trade, both import and export of key food ingredients. Their report goes on to predict that reefer shipping will withstand current economic pressures, despite an expected tightening of the availability of refrigerated container equipment and will eventually reach over 150 million tons by the year 2024. This is an annual growth rate of close to 4 percent, faster than the expected growth in the dry cargo trade.

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Tags: Shipping, Reefer, Maritime