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Major lines continue to update schedules and surcharges

Hapag-Lloyd has published an additional void sailing due to the low demand caused by the Covid-19 downturn, with THE Alliance's transatlantic AL1 cancelling the...

APL changes terminals on Transpacific services

APL has announced terminal changes on its Transpacific services, Pacific Gulf 6 (PG6) and India America Express (IAX) services. APL will make a change in...

Hapag-Lloyd keeps changing schedule and rates amid pandemic

The coronavirus crisis continues to push shipping lines to cancel sailings as major lines schedule void sailings in June, with Hapag-Lloyd announcing the latest...

Hapag-Lloyd announces updates on Dakar Express service

Hapag-Lloyd has announced that as of week 22 the Dakar Express (DEX) will resume  regular calls at Lisbon on the southbound leg. By reinstating this...

Booking made simple for Maersk’s Pakistani fruit shippers

Maersk Pakistan added landside transportation in addition to the ocean leg of transport as part of the same booking for the citrus export season...

MSC adds blank sailings from Gulf

MSC will exclude one sailing during week 27 from SAEC to Gulf and week 30 from Gulf to SAEC (UCLA service) with the vessel...

HMM returns to US East Coast after three-year hiatus

The 13,154TEU container ship, Hyundai Hope, marked the return of HMM to the US east coast after three years, when the vessel called at...

Virus crisis forces Hapag-Lloyd into more schedule alterations

Hapag-Lloyd has been forced into additional schedule changes, as the market demand faces unprecedented challenges. The German carrier has announced further void sailing positions for...

MSC extends transatlantic service suspension

MSC (Mediterranean Shipping Company) has announced that in order to respond to lower demand due to the increased impact of Covid-19 across Europe and...

Updated: Maersk continues to cancel sailings across the globe

Due to market demand reductions globally caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, Maersk is continuing to moderate its schedule. The Danish liner company line will,...

Covid-19 dashes HMM’s profit hopes

HMM’s hopes of restoring profitability have been dashed by the Covid-19 pandemic, despite efforts and capacity and rate discipline. The South Korean liner operator reported...

Hapag-Lloyd CEO anticipates Covid-19 effects in Q2 results

Rolf Habben Jansen, chief executive officer of Hapag-Lloyd AG, is expecting the coronavirus pandemic to start affecting Hapag-Lloyd's results in the second quarter, according...
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