THE Port of Felixstowe is facing severe congestion at the facility due to an increase in container volumes in the rush to beat China's Golden...
- Freight forwarders up in arms over Port of Felixstowe's congestion
- Liftings at Port of LA reach record 961,833 TEU in August
THE Port of Los Angeles had its best month ever in August, processing a record-setting 961,833 TEU in August
- Airbus beats Boeing on deliveries, avoids order cancellations
THE Covid-battered commercial aviation market finds Airbus ahead as it has delivered 39 jets last month while its rival Boeing delivered only 13
- Global Port Tracker's mood changes from negative to positive
US IMPORTS surged to unexpected levels and may have hit a new record as the US economy continues to reopen and retailers stock up for the holiday...
- Chinese exports beat expectations with 9.5pc jump in August
CHINA's exports jumped 9
- HHLA takes a beating from blank sailings
GERMANY's Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) has posted significant falls in volume and revenue in the first half of the year brought about...
- XPO Logistics revenues hit by Covid, but stays upbeat and bullish
CONNECTICUT's XPO Logistics suffered a year-on-year second quarter net loss of US$57 million, drawn on revenues of $1
- Ecommerce surge experienced by UPS attributed to Covid scare
ECOMMERCE got a boost from the Covid-19 scare if the surge in online shopping posted by United Parcel Service is anything to go by, reports the...
- China's factories recover in July, says Purchasing Manager's Index
CHINA's factory activity expanded in July for the fifth month in a row and at a faster pace, beating analyst expectations despite disruptions...
- Port of Tanjung Pelepas smashes another move record
MALAYSIA's Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) has established another operational milestone after it broke the productive moves per hour (PMPH) record...
- 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...
- 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...
- British aviation queries flu quarantine as economically ruinous
BRITISH aviation executives question the scientific basis for the 14-day quarantine demanded of those arriving by air, reports the UK Guardian
- Davies Turner, Streck Transport partner up in UK, Germany for trailer services
FREIBURG-BASED Streck Transport is partnering with the UK freight fowarder Davies Turner to expand its scheduled overland trailer services in Germany
- Maersk loses US$44m in 2019 despite flat liftings of 26.6m TEU
THE Maersk Group lost US$61 million in the fourth quarter of 2019, leading to an overall net loss of $44 million last year
- Vietnamese GDP growth off 6.97pc in 4th quarter as demand falls
VIETNAM's GDP growth slowed in the fourth quarter as global demand weakened in the wake of the US-China trade war, Bloomberg reports
- US retail imports surge in November to beat December's proposed tariffs
MAJOR container ports in the US in November recorded a surge in volumes as retailers imported merchandise ahead of new tariffs set to take effect...
- US to tap US$60 billion war chest to beat out Huawei 5G in LDCs
A NEW agency, called the US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC), plans to tap some of its US$60 billion budget to help lesser...
- China's PMI brightens in November, but analysts see darker side
CHINA's National Bureau of Statistics' manufacturing purchasing managers' index (PMI) rose to 50
- How Rotterdam stays on top of the highly competitive Northern Range
Changes that transformed shipping in the last 10 years have done well by the Dutch Port of Rotterdam as prospects grow brighter by the day