A $5 million U.S. Department of Transportation grant will go toward a project to build an off-ramp for Union Pacific to enter the Port of Tucson.
Your old pizza box may one day be your printer paper.
Hundreds of people from Sonora and Arizona gathered Friday to make introductions, share ideas and find ways to work together.
From cargo movers to customers, brokers and gadget makers, the second annual Intermodal Development Expo for Arizona and Sonora (IDEAS) featured dozens of vendors and speakers.
A Mexican company is moving into Tucson with plans to ramp up production of liquefied sugar cane to compete with widely used high-fructose corn syrup.
A local company is the first to take advantage of the new capability at the Port of Tucson to directly ship ocean freight to outbound ports.
A $5 million grant to expand the ability to service rail freight in Tucson has put the region in a new league, officials said Saturday.
Vowing to increase international trade with South Korea, former Tucson Mayor Bob Walkup took the oath of office Monday as the honorary consul to the Asian nation.
"He is like my brother," says businessman K.C. An, left, of former Mayor Bob Walkup, right, the new as honorary consul to the Republic of South Korea.
When former Tucson Mayor Bob Walkup tells people about his upcoming appointment as honorary consul to South Korea he knows to pause for reaction.
Tucson became Arizona's first port to service international cargo via rail Friday and industry leaders say it could redefine the region's economy.
A diesel locomotive with a haul that includes the first international shipping containers arrives during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Port of Tucson. With Union Pacific Railroad's stamp of approval, the Port of Tucson is now able to service the containers via Long Beach, Calif., and Los …
Geography, cost and a new attitude.
It is the fastest-growing state with the fastest-growing middle class in Mexico.