Pacific Maritime Magazine News Online, July 26, 2013

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  • on July 26, 2013
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Safe Berth Warranty Revisited


By Marilyn Raia 


A recent decision from the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, In Re Petition of Frescati Shipping Company, Ltd., 2013 WL 2099746 (2013) should be of interest, if not concern, to many in the maritime industry. Addressing multiple claims with an incomplete factual record, the Third Circuit revisited the intent and scope of the safe berth warranty in a charter agreement. The Facts of the Case…… (Read Full Article)


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Settled Litigation Clears Way for Oakland Mega-Terminal

by Mark Edward Nero

The Port of Oakland has approved a litigation settlement agreement with SSA Terminals (SSAT) that paves the way for the creation of what could become the third largest container terminal on the West Coast…(Read Full Article)

Peter Steinbrueck


Port of Vancouver Oil Terminal Lease Approved

by Mark Edward Nero

On July 23, the Port of Vancouver USA’s Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a 10-year lease for a crude oil handling facility at the port. The approval came after a series of five public workshops over a ten-week period dealing with issues related to crude oil as well as information specific to this proposal…(Read Full Article)

Delaware Port Authority



“K” Line Marks 25 Years at Port of Tacoma

by Mark Edward Nero


The July 22, 2013 arrival of the ship Chicago Bridge marked the 25th anniversary of calls at the Port of Tacoma by Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd., commonly known as “K” Line…(Read Full Article)




Port of Portland Sees 2 Millionth Hyundai

by Mark Edward Nero


After 23 years in operation, the Hyundai import auto terminal at the Port of Portland saw its two millionth vehicle roll through in mid-July…(Read Full Article)