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Sun StaffFor executives like Tom Matte, the huge U.S. trade imbalance presents a constant shell game. A senior manager for an international auto handler, Matte must find storage space for hundreds of Hondas arriving in the bellies of hulking cargo ships from...
Sun StaffState officials promised a new era of cooperation in announcing the appointment yesterday of F. Brooks Royster III as director of the port of Baltimore, but the longtime maritime industry executive comes into the job mindful of the messy public spat...
Los Angeles TimesWhen striking dockworkers paralyzed West Coast ports in 1971, President Nixon waited three months to force them back to work. But with cargo ships backed up from San Diego to Seattle, few expect President Bush to take anywhere near that long to step in...
Sun StaffIf there was one moment last year that characterized the gradual transformation of Baltimore's port, it probably came in late June. That's when local longshoremen agreed to amended work rules that shipping line Wallenius Wilhelmsen demanded as part of its...
Tags: Vehicles, Ford Motor Co., Ford, Maryland, Volvo
Tribune staff reporterThis is a story about a cruise line, a relatively affordable cruise line, that has the nerve, the gall, the populist, class-warfaring audacity to call its vessels "Fun Ships." It's about one cruise aboard a Carnival Cruise Line ship -- specifically,...
Tribune staff reporterMajor shippers continued working Friday to restore expedited delivery services, while logistics firms grappled with backlogs from the nation's unprecedented midweek air shutdown. The grounding of planes carrying everything from fresh flowers and computer...
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