Joint venture has acquired the former Avondale Shipyards from Huntington Ingalls Industries.
With state backing, port moves ahead with major projects
Despite a tumultuous international trade environment, the Port of Virginia is driving ahead with game-changing projects on land and sea.
Trade-war breakdown is included in U.S. Chamber analysis.
Three new container stacks come online.
Project moves forward for final review in June.
For the calendar year, total TEU volumes are up 7.5 percent, rail up 4 percent, trucks up 9.4 percent and barge traffic up 26.5 percent.
Employees of CWT Commodities (USA) join Norfolk-based company.
Bigger ships prompt calls to deepen and widen channels
Port of Virginia sees opportunity in cargo that doesn’t fit in containers
Future Virginia farm shipments to Cuba may depend on new federal regulations