Italy Signs on for Chinese "Belt and Road" Port Investments
Report: FBI Allowed Suspected Terrorists to Hold TWIC Cards
Construction Starts on Port Canaveral's "Launch Pad"
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Report: FBI Allowed Suspected Terrorists to Hold TWIC Cards

The U.S. Department of Justice's internal watchdog has faulted the Federal Bureau of Investigation for allowing individuals on the federal terrorist watch list to obtain Transportation Worker Identification Credential cards, better known as TWIC cards. TWIC is the ID card required to gai...

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Italy Signs on for Chinese "Belt and Road" Port Investments

Italy's government is headed squarely for a deal with China on direct investment in as many as four major seaports, explicitly endorsing Beijing's "belt and road" economic develop...

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Construction Starts on Port Canaveral's "Launch Pad"

The Canaveral Port Authority and Carnival Cruise Line officially broke ground for construction of Port Canaveral’s new Cruise Terminal 3 complex this week.  The new terminal, d...

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U.S. Customs Busts Million-Pound Shipment of Smuggled Pork

Last week, U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized one million pounds of illegally-smuggled Chinese pork at Port Newark-Elizabeth Marine Terminal, part of the busy Port Authority of New York...

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PSA and Partners to Buy Gdansk Container Terminal

PSA International, the Polish Development Fund and the IFM Global Infrastructure Fund have signed an Agreement to jointly acquire 100 percent of the shares of DCT Gdansk, the largest container term...

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Photos: Jaxport Welcomes Largest Container Ship Ever

Jaxport, the port of Jacksonville, Florida, set a new port record this week with the arrival of the ZIM vessel Cape Sounio, the largest container ship it has ever hosted. The 11,000-TEU sh...

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AAPA Elects Gary G. Nelson as its Next Board Chairman

The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) has elected Gary G. Nelson, executive director of  Washington State’s Port of Grays Harbor, to serve as the association’s chairm...

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U.S. Port Economic Impact Rises Dramatically

In the five years since Martin Associates’ last nationwide ports economic impact study, the contributions of America’s seaports to the nation’s economy have risen dramatically.&nb...

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Construction Starts on Gazprom's Kharasaveyskoye Gas Field

Russian President Vladimir Putin has overseen the official start of the full-scale development of Gazprom's Kharasaveyskoye gas field on the Yamal Peninsula. The field is located nort...

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Officials Seize $38M in Cocaine at Port of Philadelphia

On Tuesday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents seized 1,200 pounds of cocaine at the Port of Philadelphia. It was the largest cocaine seizure that CBP has made at the port in two decades, an...

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Making Waves with Engine Monitoring

Beijer Electronics produces all-purpose operator panels and software solutions, including panels for harsh environments. Here, owner of Seattle-based Bluefin Marine Dave Bechtel explains ...

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