The Northwest Seaport Alliance released an economic impact report detailing the benefits of marine cargo to the state of Washington. The combined ports of Seattle and Tacoma make up the fourth-largest container gateway in North America, and directly support 20,100 jobs and $1.9 billion in labor income. The marine cargo industry produced an average annual wage of $95,000 and directly supported $5.9 billion in business output.

The Port of Tacoma and The Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) share the community’s concerns about

Ron Magden was a longtime friend of the Tacoma longshore, the Port of Tacoma and the working wate

Air pollution related to Port of Tacoma operations has decreased significantly since 2005, according to a regional report released in March.

A huge ship carrying four of the West Coast’s largest container cranes is scheduled to travel through Puget Sound Feb. 23 to Tacoma.

The Port of Tacoma commissioners approved a 30-year lease last week with Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL) to develop an auto processing facility on the former Kaiser Aluminum site.

Port of Tacoma commissioners today selected Don Meyer as commission president for 2018.

The Port of Tacoma, the Port of Seattle and The Northwest Seaport Alliance are pleased to partner