Ports and Terminals

  • USC Anti-Terrorism System Deployed

    A USC-designed computer application, named ARMOR-PROTECT, has been deployed at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach (POLA/LB) to make the local waterways safer. USC Engineered Anti-Terrorism System Deployed […]

  • 22 Ports Not Adequately Screening Cargo Containers

    Cargo containers arriving at the 22 maritime ports through which the greatest volume of containerized cargo enters the United States have not adequately been screened. DHS IG Finds 22 Ports […]

  • Port to begin security upgrades

    The Port Authority of Guam will now be able to move forward with nearly $3 Million worth of security upgrades following last night’s approval of the construction contract by the […]

  • Terror Threat to Canadian Waterways

    OTTAWA — The U.S. government calculates there’s a low risk of terrorism against North American shipping, ports and along shared waterways, in contrast to a Canadian assessment of maritime security […]

  • Hawaiian Ports Reopened

    HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – The United States Coast Guard and state and county officials reopened all ports and harbors across the state on Sunday that had been previously closed due to […]

  • Maritime Security in the Philippines

    The Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) 7 yesterday warned shipping companies that all passengers, including those with cars or riding on Ceres buses, of board RoRo vessels must undergo security check […]

  • Prince Rupert Cargo Security Pilot

    A pilot cargo screening program underway at Canada’s Port of Prince Rupert in British Columbia allows cargo entering the facility to be screened and then freely move across the Canadian/U.S. […]

  • ISPS Compliance

    Increasing global awareness of the threat of terrorism means Pacific Island countries and territories must ensure they comply with the International Ship and Ports Facility Security (ISPS) Code. SPC Helps […]

  • IMO threatens to blacklist Sokhna Port

    The International Maritime Organization (IMO) threatened Tuesday to put Sokhna Port on its blacklist of unreliable ports as striking workers closed the port for the sixth consecutive day. “We now […]

  • Regional turmoil helps maritime growth

    BEIRUT: The volatile situation in the region will ironically help Lebanon’s maritime transport sector to grow even further, the public works and transportation minister said Thursday at the fourth annual […]