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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...

ZIM infiltrates Australian market with new service

ZIM is entering the Australian market with a new service connecting China with major ports in Australia. The new service, named China Australia Express (CAX),...

ZIM creates new cybersecurity company

Israeli carrier ZIM has announced the establishment of a new subsidiary company, ZKCyberStar, in co-operation with cybersecurity experts Konfidas. The new company will offer a...

Updated: American truckers hit lines with intermodal lawsuit

The American Trucking Associations’ (ATA) Intermodal Motor Carrier Conference (IMCC) has filed a lawsuit against “unlawful actions” by foreign shipping lines that they claim...

Future proofing ZIM finds H1 solace in new technology and soaring profits

In preparing for a more digitalised market, Haifa-based carrier Zim has also seen the benefits of new technology for the post-Covid-19 market with investment...

ZIM’s AI-based cargo screening system ensures safety of crew and ships

ZIM has developed and implemented an AI-based screening software that will detect and identify incidents of mis-declared hazardous cargo before loading onto a vessel. The...

ZIM offers two new digital services

ZIM has unveiled two new services, which were developed in response to the implications of the current Covid-19 pandemic. Draft B/L (Bill of Landing)...

ZIM orders 500 new MCI reefers

ZIM Integrated Shipping Services has expanded its reefer fleet with an additional 500 Star Cool reefers from Maersk Container Industry (MCI), which are expected...

ZIM introduces new eCommerce service

ZIM has announced the launch of ZIM eCommerce Xpress (ZEX), a new service from South China to Los Angeles US West Coast, from 22...

ZIM enjoys stronger Q1 results amid the global pandemic

Despite the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on the shipping industry, ZIM has achieved a significant improvement in its first-quarter performance, compared to the...
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