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Bentley tirelessly promoted two major issues--the advancement of America's industrial/manufacturing base and the maritime community that carried products to and from market-primarily through the Port of Baltimore. She was also a skilled mediator between labor and management and an energetic advocate for jobs and economic opportunity.
The 501c3 arts organization is sponsoring the first-time ever "Arias at Sea: Blacks in Classical Music Cruise" aboard a Baroque-esque luxury ship, the Carnival Pride, departing from the Port of Baltimore, and featuring Blacks performing classical music onboard and in port, with National Medal of Arts Awardee George Shirley serving as Host.
Rates start at $129 per person for the two-night voyage, which departs from the Port of Baltimore Friday afternoon.
I consider our company very fortunate to have the opportunity to benefit from his experience and leadership skills as Merchants Terminal takes advantage of the Port of Baltimore's superior inland position as fuel costs and truck driver constraint reshape international logistics." said Halpert."
On Thursday, 8 May 2008, in the Port of Baltimore, American Roll-on Roll-off Carrier, LLC (ARC) welcomed the latest addition to its fleet of US Flag vessels operating in international trade, the Independence II.
The Port of Baltimore, for example, serves as a major trans-shipment point for imported automobiles.
Noting there are 3,200 acres of vacant and underutilized property surrounding the port of Baltimore alone, Glendening got the legislature to pass "brownfields" legislation setting clear cleanup standards and providing liability protection to good-faith purchasers and lenders.
Tradepoint Atlantic announced Wednesday that Volkswagen Group of America will begin to import and distribute its vehicles through the Port of Baltimore at the Tradepoint Atlantic terminal.
A labour dispute at the port of Baltimore is affecting the import of certain Mazda and Fiat vehicles into the United States.
Located on 200 acres along the north shore of the Patapsco River, CONSOL Energy's Baltimore Marine Terminal in the Port of Baltimore is the only major East Coast coal terminal served by two rail lines--Norfolk Southern and CSX.
MTC operates the state of Maryland's largest network of temperature controlled warehouses with three distribution centers on the 1-95 corridor and close to the port of Baltimore. From these locations, MTC provides multi-mode transportation opportunities to the major metropolitan markets in the eastern United States.