The fifth-largest container shipping company in the world is beginning a weekly container service to the Port of Baltimore that could create nearly 600 new jobs for Maryland. German company Hapag-Lloyd is expected to bring up to 30,000 containers through ...Read More »
A big shipping container company signed on at the Port of Baltimore Friday, and Transportation Secretary Beverley Swaim-Staley used the opportunity to further laud the importance of public-private partnerships in Maryland.Read More »
The Port of Baltimore’s public terminals continued to rebound from the recession by handling a record number of containers and autos last year, Gov. Martin O’Malley announced Thursday. “The Port of Baltimore’s very successful 2011 year is great news for ...Read More »
It seems that Gov. Martin O’Malley’s plan to address the sorry state of job creation in Maryland is going to be linked largely to transportation infrastructure improvements that he hopes will be fueled by a 15-cent per gallon increase in ...Read More »
The Maryland Port Administration showed “significant deficiencies” in its oversight of more than $60 million in revenue and $15.3 million in payments in fiscal 2010, state watchdogs said in an audit released Monday. The issues raised “could adversely affect MPA’s ...Read More »
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The Port of Baltimore was named the No. 1 automobile shipping hub, and the organizer of the Baltimore Grand Prix, Baltimore Racing Development LLC, is trying to raise a lot more money. Those stories and more in this week’s business ...Read More »
The Port of Baltimore was the busiest international automobile shipping hub in the United States in the first half of 2011, according to figures released Monday. Baltimore eclipsed New York, the top auto shipper last year, with 270,700 vehicles handled ...Read More »
Sen. Ed Kasemeyer, the chairman of the powerful Budget and Taxation Committee, had a frank assessment Wednesday of the General Assembly’s record on the gasoline tax. “We just didn’t do our job,” he said. The excise tax on gasoline has ...
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Jim Dinegar, the president and CEO of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, has a unique point of view on the Maryland vs. Virginia economic development battle because his constituency hails from Northern Virginia, suburban Maryland and the city in ...
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