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Known unknowns add up to a complex Pacific contract picture

Complexities in managing annual cargo rate negotiations have been exposed by the Covid-19 virus with shippers and forwarders struggling to understand what cargo commitments...

Shipping lines announce rate changes in May

In light of current market conditions, Hapag-Lloyd has announced that with effect from 1 May 2020 it will increase rates for all cargoes and...

APL announces EXX change in vessel

APL has announced that due to mechanical issues resulting in schedule delays to Eagle Express X (EXX) vessel voyage Natal (0MQ50E1PL), the vessel will...

APL implements void sailings in April and May

Following its announcement on 31 March 2020, APL has announced the void sailings that will be implemented on its Asia-Indian Subcontinent services in April...

APL applies congestion surcharge in Chittagong

Due to difficulties caused by the Covid-19 crisis in Bangladesh, terminal operations and pick-up of inbound containers have been slow, according to APL. Consequently,...

Waiting game for US logistics

Logistics firms all along the supply chain are waiting to see what happens to the infection rate in the United States and what the...

Major shipping carriers update schedules due to pandemic crisis

The largest container shipping companies continue to update their schedules, as they are forced to make service adjustments and omit many sailings. As the coronavirus...

APL launches new West Asia service

APL, part of the CMA CGM Group, has introduced the new West Asia Express 6 service (WA6). The new weekly WA6 is set to...

APL announces CDX change in Manzanillo

APL has announced that it will no longer call at SSA Mexico, but will replace that port call with Manzanillo on the Condor Express...

APL cancels Port Congestion Surcharge in China

APL has announced that reefer plugs utilization has improved in the ports of Shanghai and Ningbo. Consequently, almost all reefers diverted to other ports...
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Woke lines playing the uneven field

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Box rates still on the way up after regulatory warnings

Both the Pacific and Asia to Europe rates have shown increases this week even after regulatory authorities in China, the US, Europe and South...

More Port of Felixstowe congestion riles freight forwarders

An increase in container volumes in the rush to beat China’s Golden Week holidays and technical issues with the Port of Felixstowe’s vehicle Booking...