THE introduction of passenger aircraft in dedicated freighter roles has been a key development during the coronavirus pandemic - one that cargo...
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- Houston sees big decline as Covid-19 continues to affect industry
THE Port of Houston has seen a decline in container volume due to Covid-19 according to London's Container Management
- Port of Rotterdam cargo volumes suffer 9.1pc drop in first half
THE Port of Rotterdam lifted 218
- DP World blames Covid for 3.9pc in first half fall in box volume
DUBAI's DP World posted a 3
- ONE posts second quarter profit despite revenue, volume declines
JAPANESE owned but Singapore based Ocean Network Express (ONE) suffered a decline in revenue of 11
- FedEx still tops in air cargo but Qatar and Turkish are rising: IATA
FEDEX remained the world's busiest cargo airline despite volumes remaining flat year on year while Qatar moved into second place and UPS was up...
- Increasing congestion at ports due to cancelled sailings out of India
CONTAINER trades out of India are faced with increasing congestion, due to a combination of blanked sailings, equipment shortages and carriers unable...
- Le Havre, Marseilles recovering ground after strikes and Covid
France's two biggest ports - Marseilles and Le Havre are faring worse than regional rivals, risking future volumes that amount to EUR1
- Air cargo market 'exceptionally challenging' despite improvement in June
THE latest IATA statistics show that there are some signs of improvement in the decline in airfreight traffic in June, but business remains...
- H1 rail freight volumes up 15pc at Ningbo-Zhoushan port
IN the first half of this year, the Port of Ningbo-Zhoushan in China's Zhejiang province has posted 444,000 TEU sea-rail transportation volume,...
- Inbound containers at US west coast ports down 8pc in June: PMSA
PACIFIC Merchant Shipping Association (PMSA), which represents shipping lines and marine terminals, says that the big five US west coast ports saw an...
- Box ship schedule reliability continues to improve in June
CONTAINER shipping consultancy Sea-Intelligence says global container schedule reliability improved by 3
- Westports' net profit and revenue fall as Covid-19 bites
MALAYSIA's Westports Holdings Berhad (Westports) has become the latest major maritime stakeholder to suffer as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic,...
- Trade wars and pandemic shrink cargo volumes at US coast ports
TRADE wars and the Covid-19 pandemic continue to hurt traffic through the nation's East and West Coast ports in 2020, with some reporting...
- Pacific Northwest ports looking for volume rebound in Q3
CONTAINER volumes at North America's Pacific Northwest ports are declining this year due primarily to the drop in consumer demand caused by...
- Hong Kong's Q2 GDP shrinks 9pc amid the coronavirus outbreak
PROVISIONAL statistics released by the Hong Kong government show that the city's economy contracted 9 per cent in the second quarter, making it...
- Nigeria missing in $400bn global seaborne trade
Today, over 90 per cent of world trade is borne by sea and the real time growth in world Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the last two decades is 73...
- DP World H1 box volume dips 5pc due to Covid-19
DUBAI's DP World, one of the world's largest operators of ports with locations in more than 50 countries, handled 33
- HPH Trust HI profit slides 9pc, box throughput down 8pc to 10.3m TEU
SINGAPORE-LISTED Hutchison Port Holdings Trust (HPH Trust) says the severe slowdown in global trade amid the Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in its...
- Asia-Europe slip 1.2pc to US$896/TEU, USWC off 3.2pc at $2,704 FEU
SPOT rates for shipping containers from Asia to northern Europe in the week ending last Friday declined 1