Archive of: Trade

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U.S. trade balance improved in April

Fewer American consumers bought cell phones and textile goods in April, while customers in other countries continued to receive new airliners and other manufactured goods. The result was a drop in the International Trade Deficit over March.

June 2015

ILWU, PMA ratify contract agreement

The International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association have successfully ratified the tentative contract agreement, putting a stamp at the end of a long, tiring battle for both sides.

May 2015

Port of Olympia to start office relocation

Over the next few weeks, the Port of Olympia will be consolidating its core function departments and real estate operation into a single building.

May 2015

Seaport Alliance to hold public meetings

This week, the ports of Tacoma and Seattle will be hosting two public town halls to answer questions about the proposed Northwest Seaport Alliance.

May 2015

As ports stabilize, container volumes drop

With the ports of Tacoma and Seattle stabilizing after the port slowdown, Puget Sound container volumes fell dramatically from March to April.

May 2015

Estes Express Lines opens terminal in Kent

The terminal, located at 8130 South 216th Street, features 65 doors, 24,000 square feet of docking area and 5,000 square feet of office space.

May 2015

Ports release draft agreement for Seaport Alliance

The ports of Tacoma and Seattle have taken another step toward forming the Northwest Seaport Alliance by releasing the draft final agreement.

May 2015

Major cold storage expansion underway

Lineage Logistics, which provides cold storage and port warehousing, is looking to add 112,063 square feet to its existing 126,500 operation.

April 2015

Olympia Port to boost small city projects

The Port of Olympia is awarding four small cities $10,000 each for various economic development projects as part of its Small Cities program.

April 2015

Ports experience boost in container volumes

In March, container volumes experienced a surge of 21 percent at the Puget Sound ports, handling a total of 361,951-foot equivalent containers (TEUs).

April 2015
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