APM Terminals has sought to ease concerns Suffolk logistics businesses would be disadvantaged if it wins a 48-year contract to operate the Port of Virginia. But some local trucking companies are not so sure. Edward O Callaghan, president of Suffolk-based trucking firm Century Express, is a board member for the Coalition for Virginia s Port and president of the Tidewater Motor Truck Association.
Speaking as the association president, he said that when APM, a unit of Danish shipping giant Maersk, operated its terminal in Portsmouth, APM Terminals Virginia, truckers were stymied by inadequate gate hours.
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