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Hapag-Lloyd sets new prices from Asia to North Europe and Med

Hapag-Lloyd has announced new prices from the Indian Subcontinent, Middle East and Pakistan to North Europe and the Mediterranean, effective from the next month. In...

Maritime sector unites behind stranded seafarers

Maritime industry companies and organisations have united to produce and sign the Neptune Declaration, a document that seeks to protect seafarers and put pressure...

THE Alliance revises its Transatlantic network

THE Alliance, including Hapag-Lloyd, ONE, Yang Ming and HMM, will revise its Transatlantic network for 2021, in addition to the network adjustments announced at...

Hapag-Lloyd pushes up rates in key regions across the globe

Hapag-Lloyd has announced a significant number of new charges around the world, which will take effect in the first two months of the year. The...

Hapag-Lloyd extra loader eases India disruption

Hapag-Lloyd has announced it will implement additional services to ease the build-up of containers in India and also to improve the challenging situation at...

ONE website established for APUS cargo owners’ information

Ocean Network Express (ONE) has set up a website for cargo owners that had freight on board the ONE Apus, which lost around 1,800...

Hapag-Lloyd raises North America rates

Hapag-Lloyd will introduce two new general rates increases (GRI) in the North American market from mid-February. The German line will increase rates for all dry,...

FMC considers pandemic lessons as US port congestion set to continue

On 8 January there were some 35 ships at anchor awaiting a berth at either Los Angeles or Long Beach ports according to Container...

Hapag-Lloyd revises GEM Service rotation

Hapag-Lloyd will change its Gulf East Mediterranean (GEM) Service rotation in the Marmara Sea, effective from week five when the 8,000TEU vessel, Teno, will...

Covid-19 positive tests cripples Hapag ship in Ghana

Several members of the crew of the 2,824TEU container ship, Montpellier, have tested positive for Covid-19, according to Hapag-Lloyd. The 2006-built vessel is deployed in...
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Evergreen eyes another round of container orders

Evergreen Marine Corporation has announced plans, through its subsidiaries to order more than 52,000 containers, spending at least US$45.41 million, after already placing some...

Hapag-Lloyd sets new prices from Asia to North Europe and Med

Hapag-Lloyd has announced new prices from the Indian Subcontinent, Middle East and Pakistan to North Europe and the Mediterranean, effective from the next month. In...

Gothenburg’s shoreside power project to cut emissions

The shoreside power system at the Port of Gothenburg is currently undergoing tests at yet another quay, which means that even more ships will...

Ever Liberal back in action

Ever Liberal, Evergreen’s 9,466TEU vessel, which suffered a stack collapse in the Pacific while heading for Los Angeles, has been repaired and has re-entered...