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- Libya's oil exports set to dwindle as ports blockade persists
- US retail imports expected to be lowest in 4 years: Global Port Tracker
IMPORTS at major US ports during 2020 are expected to be their lowest in four years as the impact of the Covid-19 scare hits the economy, according...
- Cotton growers in Australia hit as Chinese buyer goes belly up
AUSTRALIAN cotton producers have found their prospects plunging on news that the local arm of a major Chinese buyer has gone out of business, leaving...
- North American rail volume better, but progress is slow, says AAR
NORTH American rail volume for the week ending August 1 on 12 reporting US, Canadian and Mexican railways totalled 308,202 carloads, down 16
- Kurumahmut: "Turkey's Eastern Mediterranean Territorial Waters Should Be Declared as 12 Miles''
The Web Conference titiled "Current Developments in Libya and Eastern Mediterranean" which was moderated by Assoc. Dr. İbrahim Demir, was held...
- Increased tonnage afloat will result in rate slide, says Alphaliner
SOME 313 containerships, or 1,555,959 TEU, remained laid-up as of July 20, representing 6
- 100 dead, 4,000 injured in Beirut port ammonium nitrate blast
MORE than 78 were killed and 4,000 injured when a cache of ammonium nitrate in a Port of Beirut exploded, showering broken glasd city-wide over...
- CMA CGM ups Far East-India rate US$300/TEU - $500/FEU August 15
FRENCH shipping giant CMA CGM has announced a rate increase of US$300 per TEU and $500 per FEU on cargo from the Far East to the Indian subcontinent...
- 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...
- 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...
- 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...
- Aussie parliament look into Australia-China trade reliance
AUTRALIA's reliance - and potential over reliance - on China as a trade partner is being put under the microscope of a parliamentary inquiry
- US box imports slide 10pc in June, better performance by west coast ports
UNLIKE the trend of the past year, US west coast ports fared better in comparison with their east and Gulf coast gateway rivals last month, recording...
- Box ship demolition increases, but scrap prices have fallen 25pc this year
CONTAINERSHIP demolition sales have picked up, but scrap prices have fallen 25 per cent this year, reports London's Loadstar
- Floods in China disrupt Yangtze River cargo flow
PORT operations at Shanghai and Ningbo have been severly disrupted by the nation's worst floods in decades which have led to port closures on the...
- Greek shipowners repeat call for governments to facilitate crew change
With the pandemic continuing to spread around the globe, the need for uninterrupted operation of international shipping, remains vital the Union of...
- South African Treasury helps source SAA funding
SOUTH Africa's Treasury will help source the funding needed to save the country's national airline, the Department of Public Enterprises said
- Trans China Railway unites lines to feed China-EU block trains
CHINESE railways, that span much of the vast interior of the country, have combined into a national network called the Trans China Railway (TCR)
- Gulf of Guinea Pirates Extend Their Reach Far from Shore
Days after the ICC International Maritime Bureau cited the Gulf of Guinea off West Africa as being the most dangerous for commercial shipping,...