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Maersk launches cargo insurance in Spain

Danish liner operator Maersk Line has begun to roll out its new line in cargo insurance, offered in collaboration with Zurich Insurance Plc (Zurich)...

Higher profits for Chinese intra-Asia carrier SITC

SITC International Holdings, the parent of Chinese intra-Asia carrier SITC Container Lines, reports that 2019 profits were up 11% to US$221.5 million as cargo...

Freightos: Supply chain is starting to recuperate

A spike in intra-Asia air cargo rates is an indication that China’s manufacturing industry is ramping up its businesses again following the extended Lunar...

TS Lines launches two new intra-Asia services as China recovers

Taiwanese intra-Asia container carrier TS Lines is launching two services between China and Southeast Asia, hoping to take advantage of the resumption of Chinese...

Italy stronger after Covid-19 virus says Contship Italia

Contship Italia, the operator of La Spezia, Genoa and Ravenna ports and rail services to Central and North Europe has sent an open letter...

Lines race to reposition empties as China returns to work

The impact of the Covid-19 virus on the supply is waning fast according to Sea-Intelligence’s latest Spotlight newsletter, with the race now on to...

New service rails containers from landlocked city to Dalian port

A container rail service connecting the Chinese landlocked Heilongjiang province with Dalian port has been launched. Liaoning Port Group, which manages the majority of the...

South Korean operators and ports execute COVID-19 contingency plans

South Korea has suddenly become the world’s second largest COVID-19 cluster, its liner operators and container port authorities have implemented contingency plans similar to...

New technologies activate trade digital revolution

Bolero is discussing the integration of two top-10 container shipping companies, but as negotiations with these lines are ongoing Bolero's head of customer engagement...

PIL continues ship sales with Wan Hai Neo-Panamax deal

Pacific International Lines (PIL) continues to sell container ships amid talk of financial pressures at the Singapore-based liner operator. On 2 March 2020, Taiwanese carrier...

Billions in Lost Trade: The True Cost of the Coronavirus

Just like plumbing, the flow of trade has a network of routes that resemble pipes to move commodities, tankers, cargo and containers around the...

Shipowners and class take regulatory lead on fighting fires

Last year was one of the toughest in container shipping’s history for cargo fires in terms of the number of incidents with insurers warning...
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Inactive container ships at all-time high

The number of unemployed container ships is now at an all-time high, due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the delay in scrubber installations at...

Operations at key Shanghai port back to pre-COVID-19 levels

Throughput at Shanghai's Yangshan Deepwater Port, China's single largest container processing facility, is nearing pre-COVID-19 levels. Yangshan Port said that in the last week, it...

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