Long Beach Port Moves over 1.8 million TEUs
The Long Beach in the USA moved over 1.8 million TEUs in the first quarter of 2019 and become the second busiest port for January through March period.
The figure was achieved despite prolonging trade unpredictability, and port authorities mentioned that the volumes decreased by 4.7 percent compared to last year.
Marine terminals and dockworkers moved 550 thousand TEUs in March, a 4% percent lower compared to the same month a year ago. Imports were down 7.8 percent while exports were 7.7 percent lower.
Port of Long Beach said that domestic economy slowing will likely lead to a moderate increase in container imports in 2019.
Panama Canal's Biggest Ever Boxship
Evergreen of Taiwan is set to assign the maxi-Neopanamax Triton to a Panama Canal-routed service in April. The 14,424 TEU vessel will switch from Evergreen’s Far East – USWC route to the Far East – USEC route and is scheduled to pass the Panama Canal on May 15 as it travels from Kaohsiung to Colon.
The Canal's largest containerships up to this point have been 366 meters in length. The Triton features a length of 369 meters.
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The Houston Port Commission has moved to accelerate Houston Channel widening, the busiest waterway in the country.
The Houston Port authority is working with the U.S. Engineers Army Corps and other federal government representatives, as well as stakeholders in order to obtain authorization and accelerated funding and completion federal waterway dredging process.
The commission was instructed on measures to make sure widening of the entire Galveston Bay reach of the ship channel is part of the next Houston Channel dredging project. The commission also instructed staff to bring suggestions for port authority and industry funding to support the accelerated effort.
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