Port Of Baltimore
The Port of Baltimore is an economic boost for the state as it logs another record-breaking year.
The Port of Baltimore’s public marine terminals set records for general cargo in fiscal year 2013 and consecutive records for cars exported.
Back in Baltimore. The Royal Caribbean ship “Grandeur of the Seas” returns. A fire engulfed part of the ship in May, causing several sailings to be cancelled.
A major blow for the Port of Baltimore. Carnival Cruise Line is pulling out of Charm City for good, taking millions of dollars and tens of thousands of passengers with it.
After a fire breaks out on a Royal Caribbean cruise, the company has now canceled several cruises, leaving hundreds of people upset and waiting on a refund.
Flames break out in the middle of the night on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship that just left Baltimore on Friday. That ship was forced to make an emergency stop in Freeport in the Bahamas.
The first Fiat cars have arrived at the Port of Baltimore under an exclusive deal with the Italian automaker.
Port on a roll. The huge auto carriers called Ro-Ros, which roll cars for shipping and roll them off when they arrive at their destination, have helped make the Port of Baltimore the biggest auto handler in the United States.
More rolling cargo comes through the Port of Baltimore than any other dock in America. Keeping vehicles undamaged is one reason for that success.
Thinking big to stay in the game. That’s what Baltimore’s port is celebrating. Shipping is undergoing a major sea change, and the port is ready.
Maryland emergency management officials have received funding to construct a radar and video tower on Tilghman Island.
An alarming first for the Port of Baltimore. The USDA confirms a pest known as the succinea costaricana was discovered March 27 on the exterior of a shipping container from Guatemala.