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.