Johnson Controls, Bosch may be candidates for Boston’s bigger boats

Corp - Ports 834 Corp - Shipping 895 Industrials - Capital Goods 536 Materials - Chemicals 196 Mode - Containerized 1370 Mode - Seaborne 1707 U.S. 4995

The Port of Boston’s expansion project for its Conley container terminal will take a step forward this fall with the installation of new cranes. The firm is looking to expand both the vessels that can call at the port and the number of container lines using the port. Current services are led by MSC and by the Ocean Alliance, with growth through the port having slowed such that imports to the port in March 2021 were unchanged from a year earlier. New liner services may look to draw in importers to the region (Massachusetts and nearby states) that don’t currently use Boston as their port o...

Copyright © 2021 Panjiva Supply Chain Intelligence, a product offering from S&P Global Market Intelligence Inc. All rights reserved.