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South Korean delegation visits Puyallup, signs MOU

South Korean delegation visits Puyallup, signs MOU

Last Thursday, a Korean delegation came to Puyallup to talk business.

June 2016

State carbon cap back on table

Today, the Washington State Department of Ecology announced that it is now accepting comments for its re-tweaked carbon cap proposal.

June 2016
State Senate committee meets at Port of Tacoma

State Senate committee meets at Port of Tacoma

Yesterday, the Washington State Senate Government Operations and Security Committee met at the Port of Tacoma to consider in depth the challenges facing the state’s ports, as well as how those challenges are affecting the job picture.

June 2016

Road renamed to recognize late Port of Tacoma leader

The late Philip Martin Lelli, who was elected seventeen times as president of Tacoma Longshore Union 23 and was a former Port of Tacoma commissioner, will have a road named after him.

May 2016

Port container volumes stagnate in April

Exports are looking up at the Northwest Seaport Alliance according to April’s numbers, but container volumes have fallen flat.

May 2016

Prologis Park enters public comment period

Prologis’ 1.7 million square foot warehouse facility at the Port of Tacoma is moving forward in the State Environmental Policy Act process.

May 2016

Weyerhaeuser selling pulp mills to International Paper for $2.2B

It was hinted at months ago, but now it’s official. Weyerhaeuser is selling off its cellulose fibers pulp mills to International Paper for $2.2 billion in cash.

May 2016

Tacoma log yard faces export shortfall, early lease termination

The future of TPT US Limited’s stay in the Port of Tacoma, where it runs a log yard and export operation, hangs in the balance.

April 2016

Interfor to demolish Simpson Lumber mill, build warehouses

According to a public notice released by the City of Tacoma Development Services, Interfor is planning to demolish existing buildings at East 11th Street.

April 2016

Good year for auto imports, not so much for other products

During the first quarter, the Northwest Seaport Alliance saw a record number of auto imports, totaling 21,085 units, beating the previous record from 2002.

April 2016
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