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Port of Los Angeles calls for a trade war settlement

The Port of Los Angeles announced a new cargo record for the fifth consecutive month in August, moving 861,081 TEUs and recording the busiest August in its 112-year history. On this occasion, the head of the Port called for an end to US-China trade war for global trade stability to be restored.

ICTSI Mexico hits 4 million TEU milestone

Contecon Manzanillo (CMSA), the Mexican subsidiary of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) at the Port of Manzanillo, recently achieved its first year-to-date, four-millionth TEU milestone, at a time when the company embarks on expansion works to increase capacity.

Port of Savannah handles record 4.5 million TEUs

The Port of Savannah achieve a record of 4.5 million TEU container units in the fiscal year that ended on June 30, experiencing an increase of more than 305,000 TEUs or 7.3%. Governor Brian Kemp applauded all men and women who work through out the supply chain.

Two more electric big rigs to operate at Port of Oakland

The Californian Port of Oakland is to acquire another two electric big rigs by October 2019, as GSC Logistics wishes to discover if zero-emission tractors can haul cargo containers over highways. The company said it is acquiring two 13-ton electric trucks with assistance from state grants.

MSC to upgrade cargo systems to reduce emissions

Cargotec’s MacGregor, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company and Guangzhou Wenchong Dockyard have signed a contract aiming to upgrade the cargo systems on six 16,000 TEU container ships, which MSC owns and operates. The Cargo Boost orders will be booked into MacGregor’s second quarter 2019 order intake and the upgrades will be applied during drydocking in 2020.

South Carolina Ports Authority achieved its best May ever

South Carolina Ports Authority announced on June 11 that it achieved its strongest May on record. Namely, the Port handled 204,457 twenty-foot equivalent container units handled last month. Fiscal year-to-date TEU volume has increased by 9.7%, with 2,192,689 TEUs handled since the Port’s fiscal year started in July.

US retail imports rising ahead of higher tariffs

With retail sales rising and Trump’s plans to both increase and broaden tariffs on goods from China, imports at the US’ major retail container ports are expected to see unusually high levels in the next months and through the summer, according to a monthly report by the NRF and Hackett Associates.

Port of Long Beach achieves its best ever April for cargo handling

The Port of Long Beach informed that the cargo volumes handled in April broke a record that was set 13 years ago. Namely, the Port moved 628,121 twenty-foot equivalent units in April, while in the same month in 2006 it had moved 619,512 TEUs. Total container volume was up 1.6% over April 2018.

Port of Virginia sees best April figures in its history

The Port of Virginia, on the east US, handled a total of 245,933 TEUs in April, marking the busiest April in the port’s history. The strong cargo performance was driven by an increase of more than 22% in loaded import containers, which led to increase in truck, rail and barge volumes.

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