Moving more goods by water could reduce pressure on roads and cut emissions, yet Europe’s shipping industry is held back by labour shortages....
- Automated shipping coming to Europe's waters
- LA-LB terminal operators to put up gate fees by 4.2pc from August 1
TERMINAL operators at Los Angeles-Long Beach ports are to increase the traffic mitigation fee (TMF) used to fund night and weekend gates at the port...
- RCL revamps RMS service to link up Malaysia and Indonesia
THAILAND-BASED Regional Container Lines (RCL) has revamped its RMS service to link up Malaysia and Indonesia in a new 'butterfly' service
- Damen delivers custom RHIB to Naarden Lifeboat Brigade!
Damen Shipyards Group has recently delivered a new lifeboat, a Damen RHIB 975 Inboard, to the Naarden Lifeboat Brigade (Reddingsbrigade Naarden)....
- At least six migrants died, 93 rescued off Libya's coast
UN says rescued migrants, including one woman who gave birth on a rubber dinghy, brought back to Libya.
- LA-LB rise to the challenge to handle mega-ships, but landside pressures remain
TERMINAL operators in Los Angeles-Long Beach have this month demonstrated their ability to handle record container exchanges in a single vessel call
- Asia-Europe rates up 0.5pc to US$890/TEU, USWC increase 0.9pc at $2,692/FEU
SPOT rates for shipping containers from Asia to northern Europe in the week ending last Friday edged up slightly by 0
- Five South Korean sailors abducted in waters off Benin
Five South Korean sailors and a Ghanaian have been kidnapped by unidentified armed groups in waters off Benin in West Africa, the Foreign Ministry...
- Nansha port bucks trend with more ship calls and boom in intra-Asia services
GUANGZHOU China's port of Nansha is bucking the downturn trend among container terminals this year, and looks to emerge as the big winner from...
- LA's APM Terminals Pier 400 sets new world box-handling record
THE Port of Los Angeles' APM Terminals Pier 400 has handled a record-setting 18,465 container moves from the 23,656 TEU MSC Isabella, the largest...
- OOCL cancels Pearl River sailings, but restores one from Shanghai
HONG Kong's Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL), now a Cosco unit, has announced the cancellations of several Pearl River transpacific sailings...
- SIA Cargo puts reliance on cargo-only passenger flights
SINGAPORE's SIA Cargo has reported that May cargo load factor was 14
- Lesser criminal incidents at sea increase in Asia in 5 months
AN increase of lesser criminal incidents at sea were reported between January and May in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam and...
- MSC to increase Asia-Med, Asia-Far East rates on July 1
GENEVA based Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC) will levy July 1 rate increase of US$500 per TEU and $529 per FEU on cargo from Asia to the...
- Asia-Europe 1.3pc to US$886/TEU, USWC off 3.1pc to $2,669/FEU
SPOT rates for shipping containers from Asia to northern Europe in the week ending Friday increased 1
- April box demand fell 8.1pc to 2.4m TEU: Container Trade Statistics
GLOBAL container demand fell 2
- CMA CGM to increase Asia-Med/Black Sea freight rate from July 1 to 14
FRENCH shipping giant CMA CGM as increased freight rates to various levels from Asia to Mediterranean and Black Sea ports from July 1 until further...
- Asia-Europe off 0.5pc to US$875/TEU, USWC up 29pc to $2,755/FEU
SPOT rates for shipping containers from Asia to northern Europe in the week ending Friday decreased 0
- Development Towards Smart Port!
"We are aiming to make the Port Gdynia develop in the Smart direction, so the digitisation of the truck traffic management system is absolutely...
- OOCL cancels 2 June-July transpacific sailings, restores another
HONG KONG's Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL), now a Cosco unit, has cancelled two transpacific sailings and restored another that had been...