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.
CBRE looks at how Virginia can grow economic development
Manufacturers looking to expand often tell site selectors similar stories. They need a new site — as soon as possible.
Cargo-handling purchase makes big impact for Va. companies
In February, the heavy-lift vessel Happy Buccaneer carried six automated-stacking cranes from Poland to the Port of Virginia’s Virginia International Gateway terminal in Portsmouth.
Global shipping and logistics businesses are fighting a new kind of war against espionage, theft and ransom: cyberattacks.
A key to pushing more cargo through the Port of Virginia’s terminals lies in the heart of the country.
Virginia is home to five foreign-trade zones (FTZs), which help U.S. companies compete with foreign manufacturers.