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Coronavirus development determines fuel price trend

The market is assessing the stalled recovery in fuel demand as countries continue to battle the coronavirus pandemic with rolling Covid-19 lockdowns. This has created...

Golden Week transpacific blankings reach Covid-19 peak levels

The capacity reductions which have been already decided by the shipping lines amidst the upcoming Chinese Golden Week are at similar levels to the...

Covid-19 cluster emerges at HK’s Kwai Tsing Container Terminal

Hong Kong's Centre for Health Protection (CHP) has identified a growing Covid-19 cluster in Hong Kong's Kwai Tsing Container Terminal, with many of the...

Covid-19 to have long-term industry impact, says Hapag-Lloyd CEO

The economic repercussions of the Covid-19 pandemic in many parts of the world will continue to dominate for some time, according to Hapag-Lloyd, as...

Allianz expects pandemic to result in rise in machinery issues

Maintenance issues and cargo fires are among the most significant risks for cargo vessels in this period of the pandemic, according to insurance company...

Building resilience is key to securing future supply chains

As the initial jolt of the global pandemic subsides and businesses begin to analyse how they coped with economic shocks created by Covid-19, Maersk...

Thirteen countries pledge to facilitate crew changes

A meeting of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) facilitated by the UK Government has ended with the agreement of 13 states to help facilitate...

China-Europe rail freight boosted by pandemic

China-Europe freight trains saw their busiest month to date, with 976 trains launched in April, a 47% year-on-year increase, increasing in popularity as the...

Challenging Asian market sees additional service cancellations

Maersk has decided to implement new blank sailings due to market demand reductions in Far East Asia, Indian Subcontinent and Pakistan caused by the...

Decarbonisation, Covid and fuel prices, a lurid mix

Fuel prices appeared set to rise, then the Covid-19 outbreak hit the global economy. What will the virus mean for the future of container...
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