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Weather Economy

Puerto Rico needs food, water and fuel. Can lifting shipping restrictions help?

by Jana Kasperkevic Sep 27, 2017
Trump's administration said it won't lift the Jones Act restrictions as there are enough U.S. ships to help Puerto Rico. While previous presidents have lifted the restrictions following natural disasters, “the situation in Puerto Rico is much different,” said Gregory…
A U.S. Coast Guard cutter is seen in port as people deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Maria on September 25, 2017 in San Juan Puerto Rico. Maria left widespread damage across Puerto Rico, with virtually the whole island without power or cell service.
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Panama Canal prepares for bigger vessels

by Lorne Matalon Dec 30, 2015
The changes will allow for ships that can carry up to three times the cargo.
The Weak Link: The state of infrastructure

Trucks wait at a port with little room to grow

by Adam Allington Jun 17, 2015
Truckers wait for hours to pick up containers at Port Newark-Elizabeth.

Shipping firms' departures sink Port of Portland

by Conrad Wilson Apr 7, 2015
The pullouts by Hanjin and Hapag-Lloyd threaten the port's container business.

West Coast ports resume loading and unloading

by Amy Scott Feb 17, 2015
...but dealing with backlog at West Coast docks could take weeks

Port wars heat up as East Coast raises the bar

by Jeff Tyler Sep 16, 2013
East Coast ports are upgrading their infrastructure to accommodate increased freight expected after the 2015 expansion of the Panama Canal. West Coast ports have to ship up in order to compete.

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