Complete coverage of the latest Material Handling technologies with a focus on plastic and nestable pallet totes and wire and mesh bulk containers.
Posted 04/14 · 08:15 AM · LM Editorial
To catch a rising economic tide this year, the Port of Long Beach will need to modernize and find new efficiencies to move increasing amounts of cargo at a faster pace, said experts gathered earlier this month for the Port’s 10th annual “Peak Season Forecast” at the Long Beach Convention Center.
Posted 04/01 · 08:37 AM · LM Editorial
According to a new AlixPartners study, many of the major international players face more distress and even possible bankruptcy.
Posted 03/20 · 02:34 PM · LM Editorial
It’s the lunar year of the horse, but all bets are off for West Coast ports
Posted 02/01 · 07:57 PM · MMH Editorial
Make sure you take into account the properties of the liquid you need to move before choosing your container.
Posted 01/27 · 10:24 AM · LM Editorial
In the coming weeks, the Port of Los Angeles will start construction on two major roadway projects that will improve the Harbor I-110 Freeway and nearby surface streets in San Pedro and Wilmington. The work, due to begin in February and extend through fall 2016, will make the Harbor Area safer and easier for cargo drayage vehicles to navigate.
Posted 01/09 · 05:51 AM · LM Editorial
Ocean shipping giant Maersk Line, a subsidiary of A.P. Moller Maersk Group, said this week it has established SeaLand, a regional, containerized shipping company focused on the intra-Americas market.
Posted 11/05 · 09:31 AM · MMH Editorial
The change from Container and Pooling Solutions (CAPS) will not impact operations or customers.
Posted 10/30 · 09:09 AM · LM Editorial
The much anticipated P3 Network vessel-sharing agreement has been submitted to the Federal Maritime Commission.
Posted 10/04 · 08:04 AM · LM Editorial
In keeping with emerging market forecasts posted here by leading trade analysts, port authorities estimate that 30,000 Ford vehicles will be exported through Portland to China for the first time.
Posted 10/03 · 11:35 AM · LM Editorial
The Port of Oakland’s newly-appointed executive director, Chris Lytle, gives a major address at an industry luncheon today to outline his vision. Meanwhile, the port he left behind – Long Beach – struggles to find a replacement.