All posts tagged "Tote"
Oligopoly: When Maritime Shipping Options Shrink
A special investigative report on the Puerto Rico Trade
- Posted October 17, 2019
Gov. Vázquez: Unlike last administration, I’m looking at Port of San Juan agreement closely
Will write to Maritime Commission as Justice Dept. investigates Puerto Nuevo Terminals
- Posted September 19, 2019
Puerto Rico gov’t steers clear of agreement to manage main San Juan cargo port
Ports chief: Only Justice Dept., which is ‘evaluating’ if it is a monopoly, can intervene
- Posted September 18, 2019
Puerto Rico retail, food distribution groups reject alleged shipping agreement
Warn of potential transportation cost increases; lawmaker to introduce measure requiring probe, action by Ports Authority
- Posted April 11, 2019
Tim Nolan named president, CEO of TOTE
To pick successor for TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico
- Posted May 21, 2018
Enough supplies in Puerto Rico to ensure food security
Associations assure Hurricane Irma's effect on Florida is no cause for concern
- Posted September 12, 2017
El Faro’s tragic ending ‘burned’ in investigator’s mind
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – It was just a fleeting moment, hardly noticeable amid the tumult: As the crew of the freighter El Faro fought their futile battle with a hurricane, the second mate asked the captain if she...
- Posted April 12, 2017
El Faro sinking testimony: Crew did all it could to hold on
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The former chief engineer of a container ship that sank in a hurricane killing 33 sailors said Wednesday that evidence from the ship’s “black box” shows a crew working hard to keep it afloat....
- Posted February 8, 2017
2 more El Faro families settle with sunken ship’s owner
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Two more families of crew members who died on the freighter that sunk last year near the Bahamas during a hurricane have settled their wrongful-death lawsuits. The families settled with Tote Services Inc. and...
- Posted September 21, 2016
El Faro ‘black box’ recovered from 15K-feet beneath the sea
JACKSONVILLE, Fla – Search crews have retrieved the “black box” from the wreckage of the freighter El Faro that sank in 15,000-feet of water near the Bahamas during Hurricane Joaquin last year, officials said Tuesday. Using a remotely...
- Posted August 9, 2016