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Latest ship-to-shore cranes arrive in Liverpool

Three ‘megamax’ quayside cranes sailed up the River Mersey on Monday, destined for the Liverpool2 container terminal, completing the final stage of their voyage...

Rotterdam’s city council gives the green light to the Port Vision

The city council of Rotterdam has adopted the revised Port Vision. The creation of economic and societal value and realising sustainable growth form the...

SC Ports continues to see strong volumes

South Carolina Ports Authorityopens in a new window has seen strong volumes in the first four months of fiscal year 2020 with growth in both...

Ports America appoints new President

Ports America, the largest marine terminal operator and stevedore in North America, announced the appointment of Peter Levesque as president. Levesque will join Ports...

Best October on record for the Port of New York and New Jersey

Port of New York and New Jersey cargo volumes set new October record, surpassing previous best October by 1.2 percent PATH ridership sets October record...

Atlantic Container Line and Peel Ports ink 15-year contract extension

Atlantic Container Line (ACL), a Grimaldi Group Company, has agreed a new 15-year contract extension for container and roll-on/roll-off operations at the Port of...

Vizag Port Trust all set to become transhipment hub

With all-out efforts being under way to elevate its ranking to third position among major ports after Kandla and Paradip, the Visakhapatnam Port Trust...

Increased container volumes at Colombo Port

Container volumes at the Port of Colombo in Sri Lanka saw a 5.1 percent increase in September compared to the same period last year,...

APM Terminals Barcelona unveils Next-Gen crane communication systems

During this week’s Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona, APM Terminals Barcelona revealed how the latest 5G wireless technology is enabling the use...

Box throughput at Chinese ports grows

Chinese ports handled a total of 21.11 million TEUs of containers in October, up 4.1% year on year, according to the nation’s Ministry of...

Port of Hamburg – striking growth in first three quarters

Seaborne cargo throughput grows 3.2 percent to 104 million tons Container handling up 6.9 percent at seven million TEU Double-digit 11.9 percent growth...

Inbound logistics Podcast on Port of New York and New Jersey rail capabilities

Completed in June of 2019, ExpressRail Port Jersey, operated by GCT Bayonne, is the fourth and final piece in The Port Authority of New...

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Record-breaking demand for ocean container shipping adds to perfect storm in market

Global demand for ocean freight container shipping hit an all-time record in May amid soaring spot rates and severe port congestion. The 15.94 million TEUs...

Hapag-Lloyd raises full-year earnings outlook after H1 results

German ocean carrier Hapag-Lloyd raises its earnings outlook for the current financial year after the announcement of its half year figures. Based on preliminary and...

Maersk ship unscathed after Houthi attack

Maersk Line has confirmed that Houthi rebels have attacked another of its US-flagged ships. The 2007-built 6,648 TEU Maersk Sentosa was hit by missiles while...

Maersk applies India peak season surcharge

Danish ocean carrier Maersk has introduced a Peak Season Surcharge (PSS), effective from 20 July, applied to 40 high reefer containers. Origin Destination Rate basis Container Rate Commodity India , INJHT Pakistan...

Emerging markets power 2024 container trade

Trade from the Far East to a bloc of developing economies, especially South America, Africa and the Middle East/Indian Subcontinent, has risen dramatically and...