DUNDALK — Containers and cars are continuing to come off ships at the Port of Baltimore, but shippers are taking precautions as Hurricane Irene approaches. Extra lines are holding ships to the docks and shippers are working with the Coast ...Read More »
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The Port of Baltimore ranked 11th nationally in terms of the value of cargo shipped through its public and private terminals in 2010, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The $41.5 billion in cargo last year was a 39 percent ...Read More »
Carnival Cruise Lines has agreed to a five-year extension with the Port of Baltimore to run cruises from the port year round. The agreement announced Monday is effective Aug. 31, after the present two-year contract expires. The first two years ...Read More »
The Port of Baltimore is welcoming a giant container ship. The MSC Sindy will dock at the port on Monday. Former congresswoman Helen Delich Bentley, a longtime advocate for the port, says it’s the second ship of such size to ...Read More »
Over protests from attorneys for Veolia Energy and Comptroller Peter Franchot, the Board of Public Works has approved a $27 million contract for energy savings measures in several facilities at the Port of Baltimore. The contract, which went to Pepco ...
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Over his career, First Mariner Bancorp CEO Edwin F. Hale Sr. could be seen as the quintessential Baltimore success story who managed to do the improbable and start his own bank with little more than grit, street smarts and two ...Read More »
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The expanded Seagirt Marine Terminal will open for business in August 2012, its operator said Wednesday, with upgrades that will make the Port of Baltimore more hospitable to the next generation of supersized cargo ships. Port officials hope the terminal ...Read More »