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Box rates still on the way up after regulatory warnings

Both the Pacific and Asia to Europe rates have shown increases this week even after regulatory authorities in China, the US, Europe and South...

Hapag-Lloyd revises Asia charges

Hapag-Lloyd has announced a host of rate changes in Asian trades, most of these increases will be effective from 1 October 2020, except the...

Major lines continue to adjust Asia charges

The largest shipping lines are continuing to raise rates from Asia, as the market conditions are still unbalanced due to continuing Covid-19 crisis. Maersk Line...

CMA CGM raises rates on cargo out of Europe and the Med

CMA CGM has announced new charges from Europe and the Mediterranean to several destinations worldwide, which will take effect from 1 October. The French carrier...

Hapag-Lloyd adds fresh GRI for Australian cargo

Hapag-Lloyd has announced a general rate increase (GRI) in Australia for all dry, reefer, non-operating reefer, tank, flat rack and open-top containers, effective from...

Hapag-Lloyd introduces fresh North America rates in October

Hapag-Lloyd has announced new rates from Europe to the US, Canada and Mexico, effective from 1 October, for all cargoes for 20’ and 40’...

European major lines push up Asia rates

CMA CGM has announced an increase in its rates from Asia to Red Sea Ports, Pakistan, India West Coast, India East Coast and Sri...

More Port of Felixstowe congestion riles freight forwarders

An increase in container volumes in the rush to beat China’s Golden Week holidays and technical issues with the Port of Felixstowe’s vehicle Booking...

Abu Dhabi Ports’ new initiative to cut emissions by half

Abu Dhabi Ports has launched the Smart Container Initiative that will house its digital solutions in a resilient, safe and optimised eco-friendly mobile environment. Powered...

Cargonet commences Scandinavian rail service

The Norwegian rail operator, Cargonet has launched a rail shuttle service between Oslo, Norway and Gothenburg, Sweden, which will initially operate once a week...

Xiamen Port to build automated terminal for ULCS’s

Xiamen Port Authority has disclosed that China’s Ministry of Transport and Communications has given the green light to develop what will be the first...

Sweden’s government bodies back Gothenburg project

Skandia Gateway, a project aimed at deepening the channel leading into the Port of Gothenburg, will be fully financed by the Swedish Transport Administration...

MSC giant ship knocks down crane in Valencia

A crane in the port of Valencia was demolished when the 23,000TEU container ship MSC Mia collided with it while manoeuvring on the morning...

Cargonet commences Scandinavian rail service

The Norwegian rail operator, Cargonet has launched a rail shuttle service between Oslo, Norway and Gothenburg, Sweden, which will initially operate once a week...

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Box rates still on the way up after regulatory warnings

Both the Pacific and Asia to Europe rates have shown increases this week even after regulatory authorities in China, the US, Europe and South...

More Port of Felixstowe congestion riles freight forwarders

An increase in container volumes in the rush to beat China’s Golden Week holidays and technical issues with the Port of Felixstowe’s vehicle Booking...

German carrier raises Subcontinent rates and Ukrainian demurrage

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Maritime industry critical of EU’s emissions stance

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KITA proposals seek Seoul action on soaring Pacific rates

The Korea International Trade Association (KITA) has submitted a proposal to the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy and the Ministry of Oceans and...

FMC to investigate carriers’ runaway rates success

Following up on last week’s efforts by the Chinese Ministry of Transport to curb runaway spot rates, United States authorities have threatened to take...

Eyes in skies and IoT are lubricating trade says ORBCOMM report

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MSC Rosa M damages Mumbai crane

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