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The Port of Baltimore in Maryland, the Georgia Ports Authority and the Jacksonville Port Authority in Florida are the first ports to become members of AIAG, following the lead of Norfolk Southern Corp.
Rates start at $129 per person for the two-night voyage, which departs from the Port of Baltimore Friday afternoon.
The project is expected to strengthen the Class I's rail capacity by 30% to handle a projected increase in cargo volume at the Port of Baltimore.
It said the suspects sent 33 shipments of counterfeit goods, mostly made in China or Malaysia, to the Port of Baltimore over a year and a half until December.
Nov 6, 2009 Port of Baltimore Earlier this year, the Port of Baltimore set a cruise passenger record for one sailing.
The new facility, located on the site of the old General Motors manufacturing facility, adjacent to the port of Baltimore, will incorporate the newest technology in product receiving, storage and distribution.
The flag dates from the Anglo-American War of 1812-1815 and flew over a Fort McHenry under fire, inspiring Francis Scott Key, held within view on a ship at the port of Baltimore, to write: "O say, can you see, by the dawn's early light, What so proudly we hail'd at the twilight's last gleaming?
ARC calls on the Port of Baltimore in both of its trade routes, as well as other commercial ports regularly.