Port Of Baltimore
New record-setting numbers have been released by the Port of Baltimore. Last year, port workers handled more vehicles than any other US port of entry.
A three-day sting turned up dozens of violations and one arrest at the Port of Baltimore. State trooper teamed up with several police agencies to catch drivers hauling illegal or dangerous cargo.
In the last 10 years, Greater Baltimore has moved from an industrial to a knowledge-based economy.
You could say it’s a $22 million hole in the water but the Port of Baltimore says it’s the cost of staying competitive.
A Japanese company is paying a $67.7 million criminal fine to the United States for conspiring to fix prices for international ocean shipping services at the Port of Baltimore and other locations.
The perfect port for the perfect driving machine. It turns out BMW thinks Baltimore fits that description.
More choices to cruise. That’s what Carnival says customers will have now that the cruise line is adding more trips to its lineup—but only after a multi-million dollar upgrade to the ship that services Baltimore.
A man who pleaded guilty to a role in a plot to ship stolen vehicles to west African countries has been sentenced to 21 months in prison.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection say agriculture specialists intercepted a destructive moth at the Port of Baltimore in a shipment of organic soybeans from China.
The Port of Baltimore set records for handling some commodities in 2013.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport seized a Nigerian man’s money after he failed to report it.
Millions of dollars and hundreds of jobs will be cruising back into Baltimore, as Carnival Cruise Lines announces it will return to the port next year.