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BIFA sees no end in container line surcharges

The British International Freight Association (BIFA), the trade association that represents UK freight forwarding and logistics companies, has been monitoring conditions in the global...

BIFA sees no end in container line surcharges

The British International Freight Association (BIFA), the trade association that represents UK freight forwarding and logistics companies, has been monitoring conditions in the global...

Hapag-Lloyd sets new charges from Asia

Hapag-Lloyd has announced several rate increases, which will take effect in August, for sailings starting from Asia ports. Firstly, the German carrier will impose a...

MSC announces new rates from South Africa to Europe

Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has published the following new freight rates, which will be effective from 7 August 2021 until further notice but not...

Hapag-Lloyd increases prices to Australia

Hapag Lloyd has announced new rates for Australian destinations that will take effect in the next months. Firstly, the German carrier will implement a peak...

Hapag-Lloyd pushes up charges to East Coast of South America

Hapag-Lloyd has announced rate increases to the East Coast of South America, which will take effect during July. The German carrier will apply a general...

MSC applies fresh rates from Asia to Antwerp and Valencia

Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has announced new freight rates, which will be applicable from 9 August until further notice but not beyond 31 August,...

DP World acquires new tractors for Luanda’s terminal

DP World Luanda is investing in the modernisation of its Multipurpose Terminal (MPT) at the Angolan port, with the acquisition of 30 new tractors. Βeing...

Transnet gradually returns to normal activities

Navis customer links have returned to normal and are now fully operational in all container terminals of the Transnet network as of 27 July,...

Russian terminal launches video monitoring of crane operations

Petrolesport (PLP), a Global Ports Group company located in the Big Port of St. Petersburg, has installed a video surveillance system on its ship-to-shore...

HPH Trust profit skyrockets in 2021 first half

Hutchison Port Holdings Trust saw its net profit rocket 141% year-on-year in the first half of the year to US$210.5 million as Yantian International...

India and UK drive DP World’s container volumes growth

DP World has handled 19.7 million TEU across its global portfolio of container terminals in the second quarter of 2021, with gross box volumes...

Long Beach Harbor Commission elects new President

The five-member panel, Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners, that oversees the Port of Long Beach elected Steven Neal as President on 26 July. While...

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German environmental group sees high potential in ammonia as a marine fuel

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DP World acquires new tractors for Luanda’s terminal

DP World Luanda is investing in the modernisation of its Multipurpose Terminal (MPT) at the Angolan port, with the acquisition of 30 new tractors. Βeing...

Hapag-Lloyd to boost its box capacity with 130,000TEU

The German liner operator, Hapag-Lloyd is in ongoing discussions for the acquisition of 10 container ships with 13,000TEU capacity each, enhancing further its total...

BIFA sees no end in container line surcharges

The British International Freight Association (BIFA), the trade association that represents UK freight forwarding and logistics companies, has been monitoring conditions in the global...

Transnet gradually returns to normal activities

Navis customer links have returned to normal and are now fully operational in all container terminals of the Transnet network as of 27 July,...

Hapag-Lloyd sets new charges from Asia

Hapag-Lloyd has announced several rate increases, which will take effect in August, for sailings starting from Asia ports. Firstly, the German carrier will impose a...

Russian terminal launches video monitoring of crane operations

Petrolesport (PLP), a Global Ports Group company located in the Big Port of St. Petersburg, has installed a video surveillance system on its ship-to-shore...

HPH Trust profit skyrockets in 2021 first half

Hutchison Port Holdings Trust saw its net profit rocket 141% year-on-year in the first half of the year to US$210.5 million as Yantian International...

India and UK drive DP World’s container volumes growth

DP World has handled 19.7 million TEU across its global portfolio of container terminals in the second quarter of 2021, with gross box volumes...

Long Beach Harbor Commission elects new President

The five-member panel, Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners, that oversees the Port of Long Beach elected Steven Neal as President on 26 July. While...

ONE and PSA team up to accelerate shipping decarbonisation

Ocean Network Express (ONE) and the subsidiary of PSA International, PSA Corporation, will work together aiming to enhance sustainability and reduce maritime environmental footprint. The...

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Largest container ship ever sails the St Lawrence River

MSC Melissa has become the largest container vessel to ever sail the St. Lawrence River, calling earlier in July the Port of Montreal. With a...

Bangladesh closes factories for 19 days disrupting shipment

Bangladesh’s merchandising industry is going through a 19 days operation suspension owing to Eid-ul-Azha festival and pandemic linked strict lockdown. From Tuesday, 20 July all...

Container congestion continues to devastate global supply chain

Global container congestion persists to wreak havoc on supply chain operations all around the globe. Global shipping has been facing erratic consumer demand, factory shutdown,...

Union Pacific confirms rail shipments suspension from US West Coast

The US rail company, Union Pacific has confirmed the suspension of rail shipments from the US West Coast, which starts today, on 18 July. In...

Ever Given forced to omit Hamburg port call

The most famous container ship in 2020, Ever Given has returned to its sailing towards European destinations, but it is forced to drop the...
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