ISLE OF WIGHT based VesselsValue says that 2020 is shaping up to be an exceptionally weak year for tanker, bulker and containership orders, reports...
- Shipbuilding orders fall on fear of new eco rules and global depression
- Shipowners slow to sign long hires as charter market heats up
CONTAINERSHIP brokers are reporting 'brisk business', although owners are reluctant to fix for longer periods against rising daily hire rates
- Xiamen port gets official nod to add new automated container berth
CHINA's Xiamen port has received approval from the Ministry of Transport to construct a new automated container berth
- CMA CGM levies US$200/TEU Asia-E Africa rate hike August 15
FRENCH shipping giant CMA CGM is to implement a rate restoration programme mid-August on its Asia to East Africa trade
- SF Airlines' freighter fleet hits 60
SHENZHEN-BASED fast expanding express carrier SF Airlines' fleet reached 60 aircraft with the recent delivery of a B757-200 - the second plane...
- China-Africa trade down 20pc, hit from coronavirus in first half
TWO-WAY trade between China and Africa fell 19
- 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
- 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)
- Hamburg's CTA recertified as world's only climate-neutral box terminal
HAMBURG's HHLA Container Terminal Altenwerder (CTA) remains the only certified climate-neutral container terminal in the world International...
- Multiple Boxship Firms are Achieving IMO 2030 Target a Decade Early
On Friday, Greek shipowner Danaos Shipping joined the growing ranks of container ship companies that have announced that they are already compliant...
- Sailors around the world stranded because of coronavirus pandemic
Globally many thousands of seafarers are stuck on their ships. They cannot go home because of the coronavirus crisis and the situation is creating a...
- Global forwarding market adapting to new realities, says UK's Ti research
NEW research from Transport Intelligence (Ti) shows the post-Covid-19 global forwarding market is already emerging
- Optimarin passes IMO and US Coast Guard ballast water treatment tests
BALLAST water treatment (BWT) specialist Optimarin has successfully completed testing of its system in accordance with IMO G8 while upgrading its...
- International Chamber of Shipping makes urgent plea for crew changes
'RED tape and bureaucracy must not be allowed to trap our seafarers or lead to economic problems in your countries,' said International...
- Kalmar wins mega reachstacker order from Australian logistics firm
CARGOTEC's subsidiary Kalmar has received a significant order for ten Kalmar Eco reachstackers, five empty container handlers and one medium...
- Italy prohibits German migrant rescue ship!
Italy prohibits German migrant rescue ship Sea-Watch 3 from leaving harbor
- Another peak season runs aground as ocean carriers extract capacity
OCEAN carriers are bracing for muted demand during the usual peak shipping season heading into the fall, with supply chains still rattled by the...
- Yang Ming beats IMO emission targets 11 years ahead of schedule
TAIWAN's Yang Ming has said its carbon emissions per TEU/kilometre have dropped by 51 per cent since 2008 and that it has reached IMO...
- LA-Long Beach gate fees rise 4.2pc to US$33.47/TEU from August 1
TRAFFIC mitigation fees levied at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will increase 4
- MSC charters 11 vessels at discounted rates
MEDITERRANEAN Shipping Company, MSC, was quick off the mark to take advantage of the depressed charter market, agreeing to snap up eleven 8,000-8,800...