Ports

The Philadelphia Regional Port Authority (PRPA) rebranded as PhilaPort

The Philadelphia Regional Port Authority (PRPA) rebranded as PhilaPort

PRESS RELEASE – MAY 22, 2018

On the threshold of an unprecedented era of expansion, The Port of Philadelphia is establishing a new brand identity that will bolster its national and international marketing efforts and position the Port as one of the most important trade gateways on the Atlantic seaboard.

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U.S. Ports Need $66 Billion for Infrastructure

U.S. Ports Need $66 Billion for Infrastructure

A panel discussion held in conjunction with Infrastructure Week has heard that U.S. ports need a combined $66 billion in federal government infrastructure investments.

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Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach Both Turn in Strong April Volumes

Following a very strong month of March and first quarter overall, April volumes at the Port of Los Angeles (POLA) and the Port of Long Beach (POLB) again shined, according to data recently issued by the ports.
Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach Both Turn in Strong April Volumes

Following a very strong month of March and first quarter overall, April volumes at the Port of Los Angeles (POLA) and the Port of Long Beach (POLB) again shined, according to data recently issued by the ports.

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Harnessing Data to Boost Terminal Management

Harnessing Data to Boost Terminal Management

The global trend of digitization has begun to take hold in the maritime industry with an increasing number of ports turning to new technologies as a means to stay afloat in a rapidly changing environment. At the forefront of these industry trends are data-driven operations. Big data is becoming a strategic driver in shipping operations, and when leveraged correctly, it can also be a key competitive advantage. 

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Port of Savannah Handles Record Containers for Largest Vessel to Ever Call U.S. East Coast

Port of Savannah Handles Record Containers for Largest Vessel to Ever Call U.S. East Coast

At an event on the docks of the Port of Savannah today, Governor Nathan Deal, port officials and the maritime community were on hand to welcome the COSCO Development, the largest containership to ever call on the U.S. East Coast as it handled 5,500 containers, a record for Georgia’s ports. 

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