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News Archive

  • Panama Canal Expansion Expected to Bring Rising Tide of Warehouse Investment to Nation's Seaports

    As the eight-year, $5.25 billion project to expand the Panama Canal moves toward a 2015 completion, seaports all over the U.S. are gearing up to compete for the lucrative import trade. Read the article

  • Domino Sugar Featured on WYPR 88.1 FM Radio Kitchen Program

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  • City Posts New Truck route for Downtown Baltimore

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  • Former Christie Cookie plant to close, eliminating 550 jobs

    Etobicoke is losing a major employer and a landmark on its lakeshore with news that the former Christie Cookie plant is closing next year, eliminating 550 jobs.Read Full Article

  • City announces $44 million road improvement plan for Southeast

    A major gateway to Baltimore's port is getting a $44 million upgrade and commercial trucks will be required to use specific streets in Southeast Baltimore to alleviate congestion under a plan to be announced Tuesday morning by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. Read Full Article

  • Port of Baltimore Reports Record First Half of 2012

    The Port of Baltimore handled 4.83 million tons of general cargo during the first half of 2012, a record for the first six months of a year. Read Full Article

  • Governor O'Malley and Port of Baltimore welcome Fifth-Largest Container Shipping Company in the World

    Governor Martin O'Malley, the Maryland Port Administration and Ports America Chesapeake today welcomed Germany-based Hapag-Lloyd, the fifth-largest container shipping company in the world to the Port of Baltimore. Read Full Article The article also appears in the April Issue of the Port of Baltimore Magazine, Read the Article

  • The South Baltimore Business Alliance

    Watch their latest welcome video

    WELCOME TO SBBA from Storyfarm on Vimeo.

  • Mayor Rawlings-Blake Urges CSX Transportation to Consider Baltimore City for New Rail Intermodal Facility

    Shippers & Terminal Take Steps to Clean Up Air, Water & Soil

    Mayor says new multi-million dollar "double-stacking" facility is needed to support Port of Baltimore growth and middle-class job creation. Read Full Article

  • Port of Baltimore Goes Green

    Shippers & Terminal Take Steps to Clean Up Air, Water & Soil

    The port of Baltimore, long a source of pollution from ships, trucks and heavy equipment, is starting to clean up. While port businesses and environmentalists often clashed in the past... Read Full Article

  • Protecting & Preserving Freight Corridors & Facilities

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    Port in A Storm

    Financing Scarce for Waterfront Industry's Expansion

    The port of Baltimore, long a source of pollution from ships, trucks and heavy equipment, is starting to clean up. While port businesses and environmentalists often clashed in the past... Read Full Article

  • Statement from Governor Martin O'Malley on the Completion of Seagirt Lease to Ports America Chesapeake

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Publications & Reports

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Port of Baltimore Magazine

This Issue Focus's RO/RO's Global Reach

January/February 2012 Issue
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Port of Baltimore Magazine

This Issue Focus's on Exported Cars Leaving the Port Of Baltimore

November/December 2011 Issue

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