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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...

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...

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...

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...

HMM axes South Korea-Japan service

Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) will cease its South Korea-Japan service ahead of the South Korean liner operator’s entry into THE Alliance on 1 April. HMM's...

EC renews Liner Block Exemption

The European Commission has decided to proceed with its planned renewal of the liner shipping consortia block exemption despite vociferous protests from shippers and...

ZIM promotes wider use of e-B/L during COVID-19 crisis

ZIM has completed an additional stage in advancing its use of electronic bills of lading (e-B/L) with the launch of a fully operational e-B/L...

Talia F crew suffered three-hour ordeal

Seventeen crew members on board the MSC Talia F, which was attacked by pirates suffered a three-hour ordeal as the attackers searched for hostages...

Port of Hamburg calls out misleading empties reports

There is no scarcity of empty containers at the Port of Hamburg said the port’s CEO Axel Mattern following an extensive survey of the...

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...

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...
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