<p>John McCarthy, Port of Tacoma commission president and co-chair of The Northwest Seaport Alliance, provided the following <a href="https://www.commerce.senate.gov/2020/1/building-infrastructure-in-america-overview-of-the-build-america-bureau-and-the-u-s-department-of-transportation-rural-transportation-initiatives">testimony</a> Tuesday to the Transportation and Safety Subcommittee of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation.</p>
January 28, 2020
<p>Even when they’re tied up at the dock, container ships consume a lot of energy. In fact, the diesel engines they use to generate electricity at berth were the single largest source of greenhouse gas emissions on Northwest Seaport Alliance terminals during a 2016 emissions inventory.</p>
January 23, 2020
<p>2_ships.jpgThe Northwest Seaport Alliance’s total container volumes for 2019 reached 3,775,303 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs), a 0.6% dip from</p>
January 17, 2020
<p>Henderson will be responsible for providing legal counsel to the NWSA Managing Members and the executive leadership team. She will dual report to the NWSA co-chairs and CEO John Wolfe.</p>
January 9, 2020
<p>Our Business Development team specializes in container, breakbulk and intermodal business and manages a large facet of the supply chain. This dynamic team draws on diverse expertise and backgrounds with international experience and is ready to deliver best-in-class service to our customers.</p>
January 2, 2020
_z2a0228.jpgThe Northwest Seaport Alliance’s total container volumes from January through November 2019 reached 3,490,851 twenty-foot equivalent un
December 19, 2019
<p>In-gate pedestal lanes at Husky Terminal have been modified. Empty lanes have been shifted to the right. A new “Empty Pile” lane has been added a</p>
December 9, 2019
<p>Evergreen Ter limited reefer services at Pierce County Terminal  Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings (Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday Night hoot shi</p>
November 19, 2019
oct-cargo.jpgThe Northwest Seaport Alliance’s 2019 container volumes through October reached 3,219,673 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs), a 2.9%
November 18, 2019