An Asian container service through Southeast Asia/Vietnam and China will soon be moving its products through the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore.
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July 1, 2021 Comments Off on Port of Baltimore lands new container service
October 22, 2018 Comments Off on Report: Baltimore port sets new monthly record for autos
August 20, 2018 Comments Off on Port of Baltimore honored for environmental efforts
August 20, 2018 Comments Off on Focus on quality keeps Port of Baltimore on top of the heap
Last year, the Port of Baltimore handled the most cargo by volume it’s seen since right before a recession began — in 1979. About 38.5 million tons of cargo worth $53.9 billion passed through the public and private marine terminals ...Read More »
August 20, 2018 Comments Off on Don Fry: Booming Port of Baltimore is one of the region’s most vital assets
August 20, 2018 Comments Off on Port of Baltimore an economic engine for the region
The Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore has always been a record-breaker, but since the Panama Canal expansion was completed in late June 2016, the port continues to be a major force in driving Maryland’s economy. After a nine-year, $5 ...Read More »
August 20, 2018 Comments Off on Ports America Chesapeake continues to see growth
With the expansion of the Panama Canal in 2016 that allowed larger ships to use the shipping channel, the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore has seen a 14 percent increase in containers moving through Baltimore. Ports America Chesapeake, LLC ...Read More »
August 20, 2018 Comments Off on Howard Street tunnel key to Baltimore’s trade future
The average person may not think twice about Baltimore’s Howard Street Tunnel. The approximately 120-year old tunnel is one of the longest tunnels within the B&O Railroad system, and is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Yet, ...Read More »
August 20, 2018 Comments Off on Jim White: Port’s growth helping Maryland be ‘Open for Business’
February 2, 2018 Comments Off on Baltimore port sets cargo records, handles 10.7 million tons
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