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Baltimore bridge collapse has not triggered rate increase

The collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore has caused supply chain disruption on the US East Coast but, so far, it...

Baltimore bridge collapse could cause significant supply chain disruption

The Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore collapsed after being struck by the 10,000 TEU container vessel Dali, deployed on 2M alliance's Far East...

Massive increase in container shipping imports from China into Mexico amid ongoing US trade war: Xeneta analysis

Growth in demand for container shipping imports from China into Mexico in January 2024 increased by 60% compared to 12 months ago, further fuelling...

Weak demand puts paid to talk of empty box crisis

Fears that there is a looming empty repositioning crisis in Asia have subsided as weak demand and the continued growth in capacity have combined...

Xeneta appoints former Amazon and MSC expert

Fabio Brocca, recently appointed Chief Product Officer at Xeneta, faces the challenge of leveraging data and technology to revolutionize the buying and selling of...

Red Sea Crisis: Spiralling ocean freight rates from Far East to US may have peaked

The Red Sea crisis sent ocean freight rates from the Far East to the US spiralling by more than 150%, but there appears to...

Red Sea crisis impact on box rates more rapid than Covid-19: Xeneta analysis

The Red Sea crisis has seen ocean freight rates increase faster than in the early months of the Covid-19 pandemic as swathes of shippers...

Red Sea Crisis: Xeneta forecasts freight rates to rise further in February

Early indications suggest ocean freight shipping rates are set to increase further in early February amid the ongoing Red Sea crisis, according to data...

Xeneta appoints new chief revenue officer

Tonia Luykx, renowned for her success in scaling software as a service (SaaS) and tech businesses such as Sift, Google, Dropbox, and Amazon, has...

Shippers are counting the cost of war

Verifiable costs for transiting the African Cape rather than the Suez Canal are around US$1,000 per box according to Xeneta chief analyst Peter Sand,...
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MSC applies new prices from Far East to Europe

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Port of Antwerp-Bruges handles over 3.2 million TEUs in first quarter

The Port of Antwerp-Bruges said that despite the ongoing complexities in geopolitics and macroeconomics, its volume growth, primarily driven by a resurgence in container...

Port of Rotterdam achieves 10% CO2 emission reduction in 2023

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