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COVID-19 continues to affect the Asian market

The Japan International Freight Forwarders Association (JIFFA) has announced that containerised exports from China did not recover as fast as expected in Week 13,...

UNCTAD says maritime transport crucial in battle against Covid-19

As the world battles the coronavirus pandemic, the global maritime transport industry is playing a critical role in the response to the virus, according...

PEMA publishes brownfield automation insights

The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) has published key insights into automating container cranes at brownfield sites in its latest information paper. Drawing on the...

CMA CGM launches new goods priority solution

CMA CGM Group is launching SEAPRIORITY Go, a new solution that offers priority boarding for goods during the loading process. The new solution augments...

COSCO reports box throughput boost amid profit downturn

COSCO SHIPPING Ports (CSP) has announced full-year results of the company and its subsidiaries (the group) for the year ended 31 December 2019. 2019 Full-year...

Coronavirus offers opportunities as well as challenges

The rising diagnoses of Covid-19 virus, coupled with the increasing need for quarantines, lockdowns and distancing measures, has caused “significant change” to operations in...

Panama Canal adopts additional COVID-19 measures

Following the mandatory countrywide lockdown announced by the Panamanian Government to combat the Covid-19 pandemic, the Panama Canal adopted new measures on 25 March...

Ship and rail partnership uses flexitanks for China oil delivery

FESCO Transportation Group (FESCO) and logistics operator Rail Cargo Logistics – RUS organised the first transportation of canola oil in containers equipped with flexitanks,...

Japan to China box traffic sets record-low

Exports of containerized shipments from Japan to China fell 5.5% from a year earlier to 530,644 tonnes in January, suffering a year-on-year decrease for...

US Terminals slow down op’s as imports fall away

North American container terminals are slowing, and in some cases shuttering, as volumes drop due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The coming months are likely...

Italian firms and operators join forces against coronavirus

The North Tyrrhenian port system is faced with the challenge of managing thousands of TEU coming into Northern Italy that cannot be delivered to...

CMA CGM agrees eight-terminal deal with China Merchants

France's CMA CGM shipping group has reached agreement with China Merchants Port (CMP) on the sale of its interests in eight port terminals to...
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