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DCSA and ESC cooperate to accelerate DCSA standards adoption

There is a growing need for closer collaboration between cargo owners and ocean carriers to improve cargo visibility and data communication, which has also...

Lines are holding world trade hostage say shippers

Shipper representatives who met with the European Commission (EC) last week have said that the shipping lines are “holding world trade hostage” as the...

Shippers accuse lines of failing exporters and consider legal redress

Shippers in Europe are going out of business as erratic deliveries of cargo containers leaves production lines stranded and European exporters, like their US...

Updated: Shippers blame carriers for entirely predictable US container graveyard

Shippers are not buying into the box shortage paradigm, that the dearth of containers in Asia is caused by the pandemic, presented by shipping...

Breakdown in trust leaves shippers outraged at vessel operators

Beneficial cargo owners believe that there has been an erosion of trust between service provider and customer that has left shippers shocked and angered...

EC failure to revise CBER gives carriers legal room for manoeuvre

Shippers claim that the failure of the European Commission (EC) to revise the Consortia Block Exemption Regulation (CBER) in April this year has allowed...

Progress of Digital Transport

The first mandate of the Digital Transport and Logistics Forum (DTLF) has ended, and the official reports and recommendations will be available soon. However, ESC and...

New regulation on European Maritime Single Window

ESC joining other stakeholders welcomes the European Commission’s new proposal for a regulation on establishing a European Maritime Single Window Environment. The new regulation...

Lack of progress on Brexit concerns ESC

The European Shippers’ Council is concerned about a lack of progress on Brexit negotiations and is supporting its member, the UK’s Freight Transport Association...
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