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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 crew test positive for Covid-19 in South Africa

Two crew members of Hapag-Lloyd container vessel Montpellier have tested positive for Covid-19 in Durban, South Africa according to a company announcement on 20...

Gothenburg unveils strong Q1 results amid corona crisis

Port of Gothenburg has published increased container volumes in its 2020 first-quarter report, in contrast to the majority of other European ports. According to Elvir...

Global pandemic besets crucial US ports

Major US ports are facing strong challenges caused by the unprecedented Covid-19 crisis as decreasing demand and cancelled voyages are the most serious obstacles...

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...

Major European ports affected by Coronavirus repercussions

Ports of Hamburg and Gdansk have published first-quarter reports with the Covid-19 consequences dominating their performance. Even Germany’s largest universal port is affected by...

How Covid-19 is changing the world: A statistical perspective

The coronavirus pandemic cut global trade values by 3% in the first quarter of this year, according to the latest United Nations Conference on...

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...

Port Bronka offers cargo owners support during pandemic

Port Bronka, in St Petersburg, continues to strengthen its support for Russian participants in foreign economic activity in connection with the coronavirus pandemic by...

Maersk CEO warns of slump in Q2 volumes

AP Møller - Maersk's chief executive officer, Søren Skou, has forecast a huge Q2 volumes plunge in the company's announcement of the first-quarter results. The...
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