The same night politicians finally strike a deal in Washington, the Port of Baltimore is negotiating its own deal. A union dispute has stopped all operations at the port–one of the busiest in the nation.
More rolling cargo comes through the Port of Baltimore than any other dock in America. Keeping vehicles undamaged is one reason for that success.
A record year for the city’s seaport. The Port of Baltimore handled more cars and machinery in 2012 than any other U.S. port.
A $40 million investment is starting to pay back at the Port of Baltimore. After six months of installation and training, four immense cranes are up and running.
For the third year in a row Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport has set a record for passenger traffic.
The Port of Baltimore is receiving cargo that was originally designated for The Port of New York/New Jersey, which is recovering from a hard hit from Superstorm Sandy.
It takes something really big to change a skyline. But that’s exactly what’s happening at the Port of Baltimore.
Massive new cargo cranes heading to the Port of Baltimore will stop traffic on two bridges along the way.