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Ports report mixed results for 2019
Container volume dips in L.A., Oakland; Port NOLA posts record year.
Maritime industry braces for sea-change
For ocean carriers, 2020 will be a year of reckoning, as regulatory and market pressures force them to shelve expansion plans and slash costs. But over at the nation's ports, it's a different story.
S.C. Ports finish 2019 on a high note
S.C. Ports Authority reports best calendar year on record, handling 2.44 million TEUs, a 5% increase over 2018.
Container volumes expected to return to seasonal patterns in 2020 after tariff surges
Facing trade war uncertainty in 2019, traders had rushed imports and exports in recent months, NRF and Hackett report finds.
Nine marine highway projects awarded federal funding
Maritime Administration awards more than $7.5 million in grants to projects across the country.
Shipping companies expand Ocean Alliance
Newest offering speeds transit times and adds services, including 2 Transatlantic services linking North Europe to the U.S. East Coast and the Gulf.
Cargo volume up at the Port of New York and New Jersey
Officials report 4% increase in volume for November and say the port is on track for annual record of more than 7 million TEUs.
Maritime container rates hit all-time high, Drewry says
Spot container freight rates post 15.1% percent rise this week, remain far above five-year average.
Charleston Harbor Deepening Project gets federal funding infusion
Energy and Water Appropriations includes $138 million for Charleston project, fully funding the project for completion in 2021, officials say.
Container ship operators hope for higher freight rates in 2020
Maritime sector seeks green solutions to IMO 2020 sulfur emissions cap.

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