The European Union competition watchdog said a trustee will monitor both companies to ensure there is no information sharing between the Ocean3 and G6 ocean carrier alliances, of which CMA CGM and Neptune Orient Lines subsidiary APL are currently members.
Scales currently used to comply with federal and state laws are acceptable for complying with the new International Maritime Organization container weight regulations due to go into effect July 1, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
The South Carolina Ports Authority and Class I railroad CSX are collaborating to develop an intermodal terminal in Dillon, to supplement the existing intermodal station in Greer and draw more container cargo to the Port of Charleston.
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The DrayQ™ and DrayLink™ applications utilize Bluetooth, WiFi and GPS technology to measure how long drivers wait for cargo at the Northern California port.
JaxPort and the Port of New Orleans have new truck-rail transfer facilities that are expected to make more attractive shipping options.
Jim Newsome, director of the South Carolina Ports Authority, is arguing for weighing containers at terminals to meet new international safety rules, but the Port of Long Beach says using on-site scales for that purpose is too much of a challenge.