BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Native and state officers gathered Wednesday on the Port of Baltimore to welcome a ZIM Delivery Line, a delivery service targeted on e-commerce, to the port.
The Israel-based firm will start the service from China and Southeast Asia to the U.S. East Coast with stops on the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore each different week, in accordance with the Maryland Division of Transportation Maryland Port Administration.
The service is called the Zim e-Commerce Baltimore specific.
The information comes after the arrival of 4 new cranes this yr and the groundbreaking of the Howard Street Tunnel Expansion Project to permit for double-stacked cargo on trains touring to and from the port.
The port additionally just lately added a brand new Maersk line reaching Southeast Asia, Vietnam and China and a Mediterranean Delivery Co. line with stops within the Indian Subcontinent and Mediterranean.