Deeper channels, terminal expansions to have big impact across Virginia.
Welcome to the 2018 Virginia Maritime Guide! Formerly known as the Hampton Roads Maritime & International Trade Guide, this year’s name change recognizes the important role maritime commerce, the logistics industry and international trade play not just in Hampton Roads but across the entire Commonwealth of Virginia.
Project to dredge harbor channels vital to the Port of Virginia’s future.
A key to the Port of Virginia’s future lies 55 feet below the surface of the Norfolk harbor.
The horizon is finally starting to look a little less stormy for ocean carriers.
New warehousing projects reflect Richmond Marine Terminal’s growth
A raft of multimillion-dollar capital improvements at the Richmond Marine Terminal (RMT) is transforming the city’s river port into a magnet for economic development.
The Port of Virginia has joined a pilot program that will allow blueberries, apples, grapes and pears from South America to get to grocery shelves more quickly.
Trucks visiting Norfolk International Terminals (NIT) can now roll through its new north gate lanes in under two minutes.
Exporting creates new opportunities for Virginia businesses
There are a variety of federal and state resources available for companies interested in growing international sales.
Construction projects aim to provide a smooth ride through the Old Dominion.
There’s a slew of construction underway in the commonwealth. Below is a list of road projects underway, or in the pipeline, which should help ease congestion around the state’s marine terminals.
FMC investigates the application of detention and demurrage fees
The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has launched an investigation into the fees charged by marine terminal operators and ocean carriers when shippers and motor carriers are delayed picking up cargo and returning containers.