SEA\LNG has announced that the Port of Virginia has become the first port in the United States of America to join the multi-sector industry coalition aiming to accelerate the widespread adoption of LNG as a marine fuel.
The Port of Virginia® in April processed 245,933 TEUs in April, making it the busiest April in the port’s history.
Port of Virginia continues to expand its capacity and this month 12 new container stacks at NIT began operating as the project to reconfigure the terminal’s south container stack-yard moves forward according to schedule.
The Port of Virginia® set a new annual record for container cargo volume having handled more than 2.84 million twenty-foot equivalent units, or TEUs, a 7 percent increase over last year’s total.
Port Orders Four New Cranes; USEC’s Largest Cranes Ensure Virginia’s Ability to Handle Ships of the Future Order is Part of $320M Expansion of VIG.
Work Commences at Virginia International Gateway Heralding Start of Three-Year Expansion Plan and Port’s Annual Container Throughput Capacity Will Expand by 1 Million Units by 2020
Governor Terry R. McAuliffe announced November 15th that The Port of Virginia will finalize the $217 million contract with Konecranes for that company to build and deliver 86 specialized cranes.
Being mindful of the increased seasonal cargo volumes expected to arrive over the next few months, and with the desire to be helpful to our partners, The Port of Virginia is pleased to announce extended gate hours at VIG.