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Vessel diversions to avoid Suez curbed as canal reopens

Vessel operators are returning their ships to the standard rotations after many vessels were diverted via the Cape of Good Hope to avoid the...

Hanoi acts to cool overheated freight market

The Vietnamese government has joined its counterparts in China, Taiwan, the US and South Korea, by intervening to cool the overheated container shipping market. Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry...

Hapag-Lloyd unveils plans for sustainability note

Hapag-Lloyd AG plans to issue a sustainability-linked corporate senior notes of €300 million (US$356 million), which will comply with the principles of the International...

CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd revise Asia rates

CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd have announced new charges from Asian ports to various destinations worldwide, effective from 1 April, following similar increases in North...

CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd increase charges in North Europe and Mediterranean

CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd have announced new rates in North Europe and the Mediterranean, which will take effect on 1 April. Firstly, CMA CGM will...

Hapag-Lloyd confirms 65% EBIT increase in 2020

Cost savings and higher revenues as freight rates soared through greater demand have bolstered Hapag-Lloyd's 2020 returns, as with other carriers, volumes overall fell...

Hapag-Lloyd acquires Africa container specialist NileDutch

Hapag-Lloyd has announced the acquisition of all shares in the Dutch container shipping company Nile Dutch Investments B.V. (NileDutch). The German carrier and NileDutch have...

New joint container service links Asia and Africa

Hapag-Lloyd, Ocean Network Express (ONE) and Gold Star Line (GSL) will launch a joint service at the end of March, which will link several...

Shipping lines to remove Australia congestion charges

Major shipping lines have announced the withdrawal of their congestion surcharges in Australia, as there are signs of positive operational developments. Maersk Line will remove...

Hapag-Lloyd to digitise fleet with IT management platform

Hapag-Lloyd has signed a contract with the Danish engineering and software company Logimatic to implement maritime fleet management software, called SERTICA, on more than...
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Maersk picks up AE19 service pace

Maersk will hasten the pace of its AE19 service, which is a combination of a short-sea shipping and an intercontinental rail service between Northern...

Two vessels re-enter service after engine failures

Following engine failures on both the MSC Ariane and Maersk Eureka the two vessels are back in service with the Maersk Eureka already having...