The Port of Albany-Rensselaer, also called the Port of Albany, is a US-based port of entry that is located in the State of New York. It occupies both banks of the Hudson River in the Albany area as well as the adjacent Rensselaer City.
This port is generally busy. It handles the importation and exportation of various commodities. These include animal feeds, steel, sugar, grain, molasses, and so on. It is hence constantly in the news for various reasons.
The year ended 2017 was no exception. Two major events happened at the port that is worth knowing by just about everyone. We are going to deliberate on them in great details in the conversations that follow.
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THE LATEST NEWS ABOUT ALBANY PORT IN NY
News Item #1: Albany Port set to undergo major expansion (May 30, 2017)
The Port of Albany officials have embarked on a major campaign that will see the port expanded. This expansion shall touch various aspects of the port.
One of the most outstanding aspects of this project is the acquisition of a new crane. This will enable the port to handle and lift generators and other heavy pieces of equipment. As a matter of fact, this new crane is estimated to have the capacity to handle cargo that weighs a whopping 1 million pounds!
Another notable development is the acquisition of an additional 80 acres of land. This land is to be annexed to the port’s south. The management of the port intends to lease out this land to the various manufacturers, wholesalers, and distributors who transact with the port.
News Item #2: Albany Port enters a pact with the Federal Marine Service Provider (November 2, 2017)
The port of Albany signed a 10-year contract with the Federal government’s Marine Terminal to provide both the longshore and other essential cargo handling services. This latest agreement was, in fact, a renewal of an earlier contract that had been in force for the past 11 years. This latest co-operation is anticipated to increase business, enhance the flow of cargo in and out of the port, and facilitate the port operations altogether.
There are, however, some worries surrounding this latest agreement. The Trump administration is currently reviewing the terms and conditions of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Nobody knows what the final deal might turn out to be. There is a strong possibility that the new terms may end up being disparaging to this new agreement, rendering it largely ineffective.
This is because the port handles considerable quantities of international shipments, mainly to Canada and other North American destinations. Any serious distortions to such an agreement may hence negatively impact the port operations and cargo handling severely.
It obviously goes without saying that the latest news we have identified and expounded on above is not all that can possibly happen in the port of Albany. Being busy, coupled with its strategic significance to the United States, the port is a scene of too many incidences. Most of them in fact never even get reported in the major media outlets. To keep abreast with these happenings, you may wish to subscribe to the various newsletters or better still, download the relevant news apps.