The Port of Baltimore for the 15th straight year has received a top U.S. Coast Guard security assessment for its six state-owned, public marine terminals.
The Port of Baltimore’s state-owned public marine terminals surpassed a cargo volume record reached in 2019 before the pandemic by handling 11.6 million tons of cargo during fiscal 2023.
Trucking efficiency improvements are underway at the Port of Baltimore as ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd. prepares to soon double its e-commerce service there with larger container vessels.
A year after a giant containership got stuck in the Suez Canal for almost a week and disrupted global trade for months, another Evergreen Marine Corp. vessel has run aground, this time near the U.S. capital.
The Port of Baltimore on March 7 announced it is expanding container business at its Seagirt Marine Terminal as the Israeli-based ZIM Shipping Line will begin calls at the facility this summer.March 8, 2022
The Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore announced it received a $1.8 million grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the port’s Diesel Equipment Upgrade Program, which replaces older cargo-handling equipment and dray trucks with newer, cleaner and more efficient models.February 11, 2022
President Joe Biden will use the Baltimore port as a backdrop Nov. 10 in his campaign to promote the $550 billion infrastructure legislation Congress cleared last week, $17 billion of which would go to ports.
Port of Baltimore officials say with the vast jump in imported cargo and tens of millions of dollars in infrastructure improvements, the sprawling facility on the Chesapeake Bay will see rapid growth the next several years.March 30, 2021
The Steamship Trade Association of Baltimore bought a $500,000 simulator this year to train crane operators at the Port of Baltimore without affecting the day-to-day loading and unloading of cargo.