MARITIME research consultants Drewry has warned on the eve of the IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) meeting in London that the...
- Drewry warns: Super slow steaming risks 'unintended consequences'
- Best ever April for San Pedro ports, but only empties made real gains
THE Port of Los Angeles and Long Beach each had their best Aprils ever with Long Beach beating its all-time record set 13 years ago with last...
- Port of Oakland reports busiest April in its 92-year history
THE Port of Oakland said containerised import volume last month surged 7 per cent compared to the same month last year, the busiest April in its...
- Rotterdam throughput up 7pc to 3.7 million TEU in first quarter
CARGO statistics from the Port of Rotterdam show healthy increases in the port's main cargoes
- Port of NY/NJ posts box volume gains of 4pc in March
CONTAINER volume through the Port of New York and New Jersey increased four per cent in March from the previous month to 585,083 TEU
- CMA CGM takes near-full control of Ceva Logistics
FRENCH shipping line CMA CGM has taken near-full control of Swiss third-party logistics provider Ceva Logistics by installing chairman and CEO...
- March bad weather drags down ATA truck tonnage index by 2.3pc
AMERICAN Trucking Associations' (ATA) advanced seasonally (SA) adjusted For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index was down 2
- Cargolux quarterly net profit soars 76.6pc to US$211.2 million
LUXEMBOURG's Cargolux increased first quarter net profit 76
- Costamare quarterly profit flat at US$13.6 million, revenues up 22pc
MAJOR Greek shipowner Costamare's year-on-year first quarter profit was flat at US$13
- Union Pacific QI profit up 6pc to US$1.4 billion, but sales slip 2pc
THE Union Pacific (UP), the biggest US railway, first quarter profit increased six per cent year on year to US$1
- US dredging key to helping marine transport contribute 25pc of GDP
The bustling activity at America's seaports added US$5
- March container freight rate hike builds on February's recovery
SIGNIFICANT, albeit small, growth in European import and export activity, combined with increased Far East imports and continued growth in US exports...
- Asia-Europe routes to see slower, fewer sailings, less capacity
ANALYSTS at Alphaliner have noted that shippers using the Asia-North Europe trade lanes face fewer booking options than before, meaning longer...
- Alphaliner expects weaker carrier performance on Asia-Europe route
DESPITE rising shipper complaints of poor schedule reliability, increased transshipment and longer transits, the Asia Europe trade can only expect...
- Dnata gains IATA's CEIV Pharma certification at its new Dallas facility
DUBAI international ground handler dnata has gained Centre of Excellence for Independent Validators in Pharmaceutical Logistics (CEIV Pharma)...
- Long Beach port looks to on-dock rail business to boost its fortunes
THE US port of Long Beach's executive director Mario Cordero says that new on-dock rail investment and better chassis utilisation are now the...
- Hong Kong ranks 18th in DHL Global Connectedness Index
DHL's Global Connectedness Index (GCI) has put Hong Kong in 18th place overall for trade connectivity, measured by international flows of trade,...
- January air cargo off up to 8pc for Asia, Europe, Americas carriers
AIR cargo carriers based in Asia, Europe and the Americas suffered a drop in cargo volumes in January, with the six major Asia-based airlines...
- Restrictions on bigger box ships accessing Houston sparks outcry
REPRESENTATIVES of container shipping companies and trucking firms have blocked a proposal to restrict the number of containerships of 1,100 or more...
- UN's sulphur fuel emissions cap stands to reverse Panama Canal's gains
HIGH fuel prices prompted by the UN mandated sulphur cap could divert 1