8.9 C
Shanghai
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Home Most Visited

Most Visited

Hapag-Lloyd updates schedule in two services

Hapag-Lloyd has announced that several AL6 vessels are currently behind their schedules due to operational interruptions such as bad weather and port congestion. In order...

PIL admits to financial stress

Pacific International Lines (PIL) boss Teo Siong Seng has admitted on 23 March 2020 that the company is in talks with several creditors, including...

Outlook bleak for Q2 says Sea-Intelligence

US output could fall “a staggering 24%” in the second quarter of this year as the Danish consultancy Sea-Intelligence reports that a combination of...

MSC vessel attacked off W. African coast

Seven crew have reportedly been taken hostage and another ten crew are have retired to the security of the onboard citadel and are in...

Maersk’s crisis preparations: fail to plan and you plan to fail

Covid-19 crisis management is a must for supply-chains since the beginning of this year and if shippers were interested in how shipping lines were...

Demand a concern as supply undergoes rapid recovery

Freight rates on the world’s two biggest routes, the Pacific and Asia/Europe trades, are on their way up as China’s manufacturing sector returns with...

Container movements normalising in China

The China Container Industry Association (CCIA) has said that the recovery of container movements in China is progressing rapidly. In a survey report released on...

MSC in discussions with UAE FTA over MSC Joanna legal action

Swiss-based liner operator MSC has said it is in talks with the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) Federal Transport Authority (FTA) following the arrest of...

Yangzijiang confirms Tiger Group’s order for 14,000TEU ships

Yangzijiang Shipbuilding has confirmed a much talked-about order from Tiger Group Investments for up to ten 14,000TEU container ships. China's largest non-state-owned shipbuilder said in...

Lines challenge Aussie port restrictions

Shipping Australia has criticised port authorities imposing a 14-day ban on vessels calling at Aussie ports, to protect against Covid-19, saying the ban puts...

Two trillion-dollar cost for Coronavirus says UNCTAD

China’s National Bureau of statistics reported a 13.5% year-on-year decline in industrial output in the first two months of 2020, the most substantial contraction...

CMA CGM launches new JEDDEX service

CMA CGM Group has introduced its new JEDDEX service, connecting the Middle East with East Africa. The new service will be a relay service...
- Advertisment -your ad here

Most Popular

Kuehne + Nagel and XPO Logistics agree for UK contract logistics portfolio

Kuehne + Nagel has entered into a definitive agreement to sell a major part of its United Kingdom contract logistics portfolio to XPO Logistics. The...

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...

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...

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...