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July 24, 2002 - Industry News

Trailer Bridge Awarded Patent

Trailer Bridge Inc., Jacksonville, Fla., has been awarded a U.S. patent for its Vehicle Transportation Module

Tags: Intermodal

July 18, 2002 - Industry News

Longshoremen Make Offer In Port Talks

Seeking to avoid a strike at West Coast ports, which could put port truckers temporarily out of work, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union has offered to accept new technologie

Tags: Intermodal

July 2, 2002 - Industry News

West Coast Ports Operating "Day-By-Day"

Truckers who haul freight out of the nation’s West Coast ports can breath a little easier, at least one day at a time

Tags: Intermodal

June 28, 2002 - Industry News

Teamsters Rally In Support Of Port Workers

The Teamsters and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union rallied in mutual support last week as the ILWU’s contract at major West Coast ports prepared to expire today

Tags: Intermodal

June 24, 2002 - Industry News

Port Truckers Support ILWU

Port truckers are rallying this week in support of longshore workers at West Coast ports

Tags: Intermodal

June 17, 2002 - Industry News

DOT Awards $92.3 Million For Port Security

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Norman Y. Mineta announced the award of $92.3 million in grants to 51 intermodal ports to enhance security

Tags: Intermodal

June 13, 2002 - Industry News

Port Driver Problems Get Attention In Texas

A Texas state representative plans to introduce legislation to address the concerns of truck drivers who must idle their rigs, unpaid, for hours at the Port of Houston waiting to pick up or drop off containers

Tags: Intermodal

June 7, 2002 - Industry News

Concerns Rise About Labor Unrest At LA Ports

Truckers who haul containers at the nation’s largest ports in Southern California could see their income slow down or dry up in the event of a strike or work slowdow

Tags: Intermodal

May 15, 2002 - Industry News

Clean Air Concerns Could Lead To Port Trucker Changes

Truckers who haul in and out of the nation’s ports have complained for years about long -- and unpaid – waits for loads. An unexpected source may finally change that – environmentalists

Tags: Intermodal

May 14, 2002 - Industry News

West Coast Ports Eye Labor Negotiations

Truckers who haul in and out of West Coast ports are warily watching negotiations that began this week between waterfront employers and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union

Tags: Intermodal

May 7, 2002 - Industry News

New System Can Track Containers In Port

Skybitz and WhereNet Corp. have teamed up to bring a dual mode global tracking solution for intermodal containers to market

Tags: Intermodal

April 23, 2002 - Industry News

BNSF, NS to Provide Guaranteed Intermodal Service

The Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Company and Norfolk Southern Railway Company announced that they are now offering what they say is the first-ever, coast-to-coast guaranteed intermodal service between Southern California and the Northeast

Tags: Intermodal

April 17, 2002 - Industry News

LA Ports Back Off Background Check Proposal

A security plan developed by a Los Angeles task force for the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports will not require background checks on truck drivers and dockworkers

Tags: Intermodal

April 16, 2002 - Industry News

Mineta Hails Opening of Alameda Corridor

U.S. Transportation Secretary Norman Y. Mineta last week hailed the opening of California’s Alameda Corridor, a $2.4 billion intermodal projec

Tags: Intermodal

April 12, 2002 - Industry News

Port Traffic Small Part Of Charleston Congestion

Trucks serving the intermodal ports near Charleston, S.C, account for only a small amount of the city's congestion, according to a new study

Tags: Intermodal

April 11, 2002 - Industry News

Cargo Traffic Up At NY/NJ Port

The Port of New York and New Jersey set new records for cargo last year

Tags: Intermodal

April 11, 2002 - Industry News

New Intermodal Facility Planned Near Savannah

A new port facility proposed for South Carolina could mean more work for port truckers in the Savannah, Ga., area

Tags: Intermodal

March 28, 2002 - Industry News

Port Security Gets Attention

Container in Manhattan

The nation's intermodal ports, where ships unload cargo containers filled with international goods that are transferred to trucks and rail, remain a huge security concern

Tags: Intermodal

March 19, 2002 - Industry News

Port Security Bill Introduced

A bill introduced in the House of Representatives this week addresses the issue of security at the nation's ports

Tags: Intermodal

March 6, 2002 - Industry News

Port Of Houston Sets Record

The Port of Houston posted record operating revenues in 2001, driven by the highest-ever volumes of containerized carg

Tags: Intermodal

March 4, 2002 - Industry News

Port of Oakland, BNSF To Open Joint Intermodal Terminal

The Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Company (BNSF) and Port of Oakland have reached an agreement for BNSF to operate the Port's newly built Joint Intermodal Terminal, to be known as Oakland International Gateway

Tags: Intermodal

January 22, 2002 - Industry News

Truckers Still Lining Up At Savannah Port

Truckers regularly face hours-long waits at the Port of Savannah.

A local television station in Savannah, Ga., reports that truckers who haul containers in and out of the Port of Savannah continue to experience hours-long delays, despite a computer system that was supposed to address the problem

Tags: Intermodal

December 18, 2001 - Industry News

Swift Teams With Railroad For Perishable Shipments

Swift Transportation and the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway announced they will offer seamless transportation services for perishable commodities

Tags: Intermodal

December 10, 2001 - Industry News

Port Security Under Scrutiny

Truckers who haul containers in and out of the nation's ports may face increased headaches as a result of tighter security measures, including criminal background checks and identification cards

Tags: Intermodal

December 4, 2001 - Industry News

Three Unions Team Up To Organize Port Drivers

The Teamsters and two major longshoremen's unions have teamed up to organize the 50,000 truckers hauling containers out of the nation's ports. The campaign is a joint effort of the Teamsters, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the International Longshoremen's Assn

Tags: Intermodal


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