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CMA CGM commences new Latin America service

CMA CGM has announced the launch of BRAZEX Loop 2 service, a Brazilian market related product with connections in North America, the Caribbean, Asia...

Shipper anger as THE Alliance adjusts November schedules on higher rates

Confidence is being "eroded" and the relationship between the shipping lines and their customers is becoming increasingly strained according to the European Shippers' Council...

HMM adds third ad hoc Busan-LA sailing

South Korean liner operator HMM will offer an ad hoc Busan-Los Angeles container service for the third straight month. Following a meeting organised by Korea...

MSC upgrades Golden Horn service

Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has announced the enhancement of its Golden Horn service, which launched in August 2020, with the addition of new calls. The...

CMA CGM unveils enhanced EURAF 1 service

CMA CGM has strengthened its EURAF 1 service, connecting Europe and the Mediterranean to West African markets. The updated service will run under the following...

Maersk updates its Far East to Subcontinent service network

Maersk Line has updated its service network in the Far East Asia to Indian Subcontinent trade with the introduction of two new products, Chennai...

CMA CGM updates WAX service

CMA CGM has implemented call changes to its West Africa Express, WAX, service, which operates on the Asia - West Africa trade. As of the...

Dover by-pass service links Spain to UK

Shortsea operator W.E.C. Lines is to start a new bi-weekly service linking the northern Spanish port of Bilbao with Teesport in the northeast of...

New ships will upgrade Swire’s North Asia-Australasia service

Swire Shipping is increasing the frequency of its North Asia Express (NAX) service from the present 20 days to 14 days. The newly upgraded service,...

DB Cargo opens new connections with Europe’s largest ports

The freight railway company, DB Cargo has introduced new connections in the two largest ports of Europe, Rotterdam and Antwerp. From December, these new daily...

TS Lines revamps Asia and Australia services

Feeling bullish about market conditions, Taiwanese intra-Asia shipping specialist TS Lines is increasing capacity on new and existing services. TS Lines will operate the China...

Hainan SEZ lures liner operators

The new status of China's Hainan island, which is situated off Guangxi, in southwest China and east of Vietnam, as a special economic zone...
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Updated: Maersk continues to cancel sailings across the globe

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Truckers hit back at carriers in US chassis dispute

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MSC and CMA CGM join Maersk’s blockchain initiative

Two of the largest global carriers CMA CGM and Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) have announced their integration onto TradeLens, the blockchain platform jointly developed...

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