<p>The Northwest Seaport Alliance welcomes the ZIM Ningbo to our North Harbor today. ZIM is expanding its presence at the NWSA by joining the 2M trans-Pacific service calling at Terminal 46 in Seattle.</p>
April 5, 2019
<p>Take a look in your closet. Open a dresser drawer. Chances are, something in your wardrobe — a T-shirt, polo, jacket, gym bag or backpack — is a</p>
April 4, 2019
<p>At Pierce County Terminal, operated by Everport Terminal Services, containers are whisked around with 40-foot-tall straddle carriers, but scanning procedures added as much as an extra day to move cargo from ships to trains.</p>
April 4, 2019
<p>The Managing Members of The Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) voted to approve lease agreements and authorize construction on the Terminal 5 Modernization Program, readying it to return to use as a premier international container terminal. In addition, an interlocal agreement was approved, allowing the Port of Seattle to use a portion of Terminal 46 for a cruise berth.</p>
April 2, 2019
<p>The Managing Members of The Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) will consider the lease agreements and financing necessary to proceed with modernizations at Terminal 5 at their regularly-scheduled April meeting, happening tomorrow at Sea-Tac International Airport.</p>
April 1, 2019
<p>When she was 4, Capt. Sandra Bendixen stood on a dock in Alaska with her father and grandfather — both captains — and watched a ship maneuver into port. The sight was so impressive, Bendixen announced she would drive ships when she grew up.</p>
March 29, 2019
<p>The Northwest Seaport Alliance is once again hosting the Agriculture Transportation Coalition (AgTC) annual meeting as the association returns to Tacoma in June.</p>
March 25, 2019
<p>nwsa.0215.jpgGrowing up in Germany, Christine Wolf aspired to a career in agriculture, possibly working on agricultural policy issues for the United</p>
March 22, 2019
<p>The Northwest Seaport Alliance’s February container volumes reached 269,199 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs), a 4.1 percent decrease from last y</p>
March 19, 2019