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147 Pounds Of Cocaine Found In Shipping Container At PortCustoms officials found 147 pounds of cocaine in a shipping container at the Port of Baltimore.
Maersk Returns To Port Of BaltimoreThe most prominent shipping company, Maersk, is now at the Port of Baltimore, resuming operations after leaving nearly two decades ago.
Port Of Baltimore Sets 2 New Performance RecordsBoth of these records were set in March, proving the Port of Baltimore is one of the most successful ports in the country.
Under Armour To Receive Products From China At Port of BaltimoreA labor dispute on the West Coast is affecting the way Baltimore-based Under Armour does business.
Annual Ro-Ro-Rodeo Helps Move Cargo At Port Of BaltimoreSome of the Port of Baltimore's largest cargo takes special training to move, and that's going on right now.
Carnival Cruise Ship Returns To BaltimoreLong-awaited return. A Carnival cruise ship comes back to Baltimore after a months-long absence. The vacation company says it's staying year-round this time.
Carnival Pride Returns To Port Of BaltimoreCarnival Pride will return to the Port of Baltimore on Sunday.
Port Of Baltimore Sets New RecordNew 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.
Sting Operation Nets Arrest At Port Of BaltimoreA 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.
The Greater Baltimore Area Is Emerging As A Contender In The New EconomyIn the last 10 years, Greater Baltimore has moved from an industrial to a knowledge-based economy.
Port Of Baltimore Spends Millions To Stay CompetitiveYou could say it's a $22 million hole in the water but the Port of Baltimore says it's the cost of staying competitive.
Japanese Firm Fined $67.7M In Shipping Conspiracy At Port Of BaltimoreA 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.

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