THE current pandemic has disrupted global supply chains in a wide variety of ways and in particular the significant build-ups of goods produced in...
- Increasing risks form the accumulation of cargo: TT Club warns
- Emirates SkyCargo launches scheduled cargo flights to 67 destinations
EMIRATES SkyCargo has started dedicated cargo flights on a scheduled basis every week to 67 global destinations across six continents since the first...
- Evergreen starts new weekly service from Port of New Orleans
TAIWAN's Evergreen Shipping has launched a new weekly container service to and from the Caribbean and the Port of New Orleans (Port NOLA)...
- Caribbean Airlines operates regional cargo charter service
CARIBBEAN Airlines has started operating cargo charter services to support supply chains within the Caribbean region
- Cargo-partner starts new pharma centre in Mumbai
INTERNATIONAL transport and info-logistics provider cargo-partner has launched a new competence centre for pharmaceuticals and healthcare in Mumbai,...
- Yangzijiang captures US$360m worth of newbuilding orders in Q1
YANGZIJIANG Shipbuilding has secured new orders for seven vessels with a total contract value of US$360 million during the first quarter of 2020
- New Shandong-Europe Express link starts rolling
THE new Shandong-Europe Express train from Jinan arrived at Hamburg's Billwerder Terminal for the first time on April 30, with forty-one FEU
- Turkish-Russian rapprochement 100 years after Ataturk's first letter to Lenin
- Cosco Ship Holdings' net profit plunges 57pc in Q1 due to Covid-19
COSCO Ship Holdings and China International Marine Containers, both subsidiaries of the Cosco group, posted lower earnings for the first quarter of...
- Seaspan adds on four 12,000 TEU box ships to its fleet
HONG Kong's non-operating containership owner Seaspan Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Atlas Corp, has taken delivery of four 12,000 TEU...
- DSV Panalpina to cut 3,000 jobs despite 'satisfactory' Q1 results
DANISH-OWNED freight forwarder DSV Panalpina announced that more than 3,000 employees could lose their jobs as a result of business lost to the...
- World faces food shortages if extreme weather ruins harvests amid Covid-19
SUPPLY chains that produce and transport the world's food are being squeezed amid the coronavirus pandemic
- Cargolux revenues and net profits suffer blow in 2019
CARGOLUX says its full-year results for 2019 show that revenue plunged 14 per cent to US$2
- Air cargo traffic holds steady at Leipzig/Halle airport
GERMANY's Leipzig/Halle airport maintained the same level of freight volumes in the first quarter as in 2019, handling 297,315 tonnes of cargo, a...
- Chattogram port urges importers to collect their goods to ease congestion
BANGLADESH's Chattogram Port Authority (CPA) is writing directly to importers asking them to take delivery of their imported cargoes to ease...
- IATA names Sebastian Mikosz as new SVP of member and external relations
IATA has appointed Sebastian Mikosz as its new senior vice president of member and external relations
- Port Economic Impact Barometer reports stabilization or slight improvements
Of the seventy six ports surveyed across the globe in this week’s WPSP Port Economic Impact Barometer Report, the majority report a relatively...
- Italian Port Activity reflects economic slowdown
New data from HawkEye 360 shows that Italy’s maritime activity in its ports dropped by half (51%) after the country-wide lockdown on March 10th and...
- Box ship sailings' schedule reliability falls to 68pc in Q1
CONTAINERSHIP sailings' schedule reliability in the first quarter fell to 67
- Port of Long Beach receives US$14.5m grant for rail project
THE Port of Long Beach has won a US$14