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 call is being placed for all inventors to be part of the next generation of manufacturers in Baltimore.
It’s a sobering threat to the future of business in Wicomico County: the end of federal dredging of the Wicomico River.
The Port of Baltimore is touting the excellent grade it has received from the Coast Guard for the changes it’s made to security.
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.
The Port of Baltimore is an economic boost for the state as it logs another record-breaking year.
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.
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.
For luxury automaker Fisker, things just go from bad to worse.