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Hapag-Lloyd invests in LNG retrofit

German vessel operator Hapag-Lloyd is converting a former UASC ship, the 15,000TEU Sajir, to operate on LNG fuel. Hapag-Lloyd said that using LNG compared to...

Lines argue FMC has no jurisdiction in chassis dispute

The world’s biggest shipping lines have filed a motion to dismiss a US$1.8 billion complaint about equipment use in the US on the grounds...

Container discharge from MOL Charisma to start in Singapore

The cargo discharging process for containers on the fire damaged MOL Charisma, is expected to commence in Singapore today, 24 September. The 8,110TEU container vessel,...

Lines impose more rate increases on Asia trades

Hapag-Lloyd has announced a peak season surcharge (PSS) from Northeast Asia, which comprises China, China/Hong Kong, China/Macau and China/Taiwan, to Sydney, Australia taking effect...

Australian port congestion ongoing

In spite of the relief brought through the cancellation of imminent industrial action at DP World Australia’s (DPWA) terminal in Sydney congestion at a...

German carrier raises Subcontinent rates and Ukrainian demurrage

Hapag-Lloyd has announced price increases for demurrage on exports from Ukrainian ports, which can be seen here, and a general rate increase (GRI) on...

Typhoon caused ONE Cosmos container accident, says line

Approximately 40 boxes from the ONE Cosmos have been damaged in the container stack collapse on 11 September in the Far East region, according...

Hapag-Lloyd revises Asia charges

Hapag-Lloyd has announced a host of rate changes in Asian trades, most of these increases will be effective from 1 October 2020, except the...

Hapag-Lloyd opens new office in Nigeria

The German shipping company, Hapag-Lloyd has opened its new office in Lagos, Nigeria today, 15 September. As the largest economy and one of the most...

Container stack collapse delays ONE vessel

The 2008-built container ship, ONE Cosmos has suffered a container stack collapse on 11 September caused by bad weather in the Far East Region,...
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Hapag-Lloyd invests in LNG retrofit

German vessel operator Hapag-Lloyd is converting a former UASC ship, the 15,000TEU Sajir, to operate on LNG fuel. Hapag-Lloyd said that using LNG compared to...

Lines argue FMC has no jurisdiction in chassis dispute

The world’s biggest shipping lines have filed a motion to dismiss a US$1.8 billion complaint about equipment use in the US on the grounds...

DP World Australia expects to resolve dockers dispute

Dock workers in Port Botany, Sydney Australia, are expected to reach a negotiated agreement to their dispute with DP World Australia (DPWA) following a...

“Abraham Accords” leads to market buoyancy in Middle East

Maersk Line, the world's largest container shipping carrier, will start to ship boxes between Israel and United Arab Emirates (UAE), as the two countries...