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Port of Seattle Kicks off Its Biggest Cruise Season Ever

The Port of Seattle is ready for 2017 cruise season during which it expects to host one million passengers on 218 ...

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Report: US Court Approves Sale of Hanjin’s Stake in TTI

The US Bankruptcy Court has approved the USD 78 million sale of Hanjin Shipping’s stake in terminal operator ...

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North Pacific Fishing Fleet Plans USD 1.6 Billion Upgrade

USD 1.6 billion is expected to be spent on modernization of the North Pacific fishing fleet in the next decade, ...

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Port of Seattle One Step Closer to Being Big Ship Ready

The US Port of Seattle has taken another step toward the modernization of the cargo-handling facility at Terminal 5 ...

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Port of Seattle, NWSA Seeking Comment on Terminal 5 Revamp

The Port of Seattle and the Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) have begun public comment period on the draft ...

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Northwest Seaport Alliance Keeps Up Container Volume Growth

The Northwest Seaport Alliance, a marine cargo operating partnership of the ports of Seattle and Tacoma, saw ...

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Empties Push Northwest Seaport Alliance Export Growth

Container volumes through The Northwest Seaport Alliance, jointly launched by the ports of Seattle and Tacoma on ...

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Port of Seattle Inks 15-Year Lease Deal with NCLH

The Port of Seattle signed a 15-year lease with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH), parent company of Norwegian ...

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Northwest Seaport Alliance Formally Kicks Off

Commissioners from the U.S. ports of Tacoma and Seattle formally launched The Northwest Seaport Alliance on August ...

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FMC Gives Green Light to Northwest Seaport Alliance

The United States Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has voted to allow the establishment of the Port of ...

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US West Coast Ports in Growth Mode

US West Coast Ports in Growth Mode

Cargo rose at the Port of Long Beach by 6% in May, the third consecutive month of growth, the busiest month since ...

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Activists Detained while Trying to Block Polar Pioneer

A group of Greenpeace activists trying to block the departure of Shell’s drilling rig Polar Pioneer from ...

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Protests Intensify at Port of Seattle

About 200 protesters gathered on Monday at the Port of Seattle marching their way to the Terminal 5 where ...

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Polar Pioneer Arrives in Seattle

Polar Pioneer Arrives in Seattle

Shell’s giant oil drilling rig Polar Pioneer moored at the Port of Seattle’s Terminal 5 on ...

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Port of Seattle to Appeal Shell Arctic Rig Ban

Port of Seattle to Appeal Shell Arctic Oil Rig Ban

The Port of Seattle will appeal the City of Seattle’s decision to prevent the oil major Royal Dutch Shell ...

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Shell Blocked from Using Seattle Port to Moor Arctic Rig

Shell Blocked from Using Seattle Port to Moor Arctic Rig

Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development (DPD) said that Port of Seattle needs an additional permit if it ...

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Port of Seattle Sued over Shell Lease Deal

Port of Seattle Sued over Shell Lease Deal

A coalition of five conservation organizations has filed a lawsuit today against the Port of Seattle and the Port ...

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ScRAPS 2 Program Launched

The Port of Seattle and the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency launched a new truck scrapping and replacement program ...

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Port of Seattle, Eagle Marine to Make Terminal 5 Big ...

The Port of Seattle and Eagle Marine Services (EMS), operator of Terminal 5, have announced a proposal to relocate ...

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The Port of Seattle Starts MGIF Project

The Port of Seattle kicks off a pilot project this morning to reduce the amount of polluted runoff reaching Puget ...

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Port of Seattle Receives Clean Air Excellence Award

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) presented the Port of Seattle with a 2014 Clean Air Excellence Award ...

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