THE fuel market transition underway because of the International Maritime Organisation's (IMO) new regulation that caps the sulphur content in...
- Stringent emissions standards for sea freight hit other transport modes
- Dubai non-oil foreign trade surges 22pc in first nine months of 2019
DUBAI's non-oil foreign trade volumes increased 22 per cent to 83 million tonnes in the first nine months of 2019, Dubai Customs has announced
- Let's start measuring cube, not weight in air cargo stats: CLIVE Data
THE global utilisation of air cargo capacity is 35 per cent higher than the traditional industry indicator suggests, according to CLIVE Data...
- Qatar Airways narrows loss 50pc with revenue surge and cost cutting
Qatar Airways surge in revenue from higher load factors, plus stringent cost cutting has narrowed its loss by 50 per cent, reports Bloomberg
- Prince Rupert port sees cargo volumes surge 12pc to 29.9mt in 2019
THE Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) handled a record 29
- Pirate attacks in Gulf of Guinea spark fears of higher related costs
CONCERNS linger over the cost of doing business may surge in Nigeria and other nations located in the Gulf of Guinea given the renewed threat of...
- Abu Dhabi Ports box liftings surge 47pc to record 2.5m TEU in 2019
ABU Dhabi Ports (ADP) has ended 2019 with impressive year-to-date results and recording-breaking milestones, underlining the company's continued...
- Tighter capacity drives up container spot rates on major trade lanes
ASIA to Europe and the US spot rates surged in the final weeks of last year, on the back of tightening supply and low sulphur surcharges to comply...
- Box shipping rates out of China ramp up ahead of Lunar New Year
FREIGHT rates from China rose on many container shipping trade lanes in the first week of January 2020 and in the run-up to the Lunar New Year
- Maritime piracy increases business costs in the Gulf of Guinea
THE 296,988-dwt tanker Nave Constellation was recently boarded off Nigeria by pirates, who drained the fully loaded ship of cargo and kidnapped its...
- Amazon becomes its own biggest deliverer, shipping 3.5 billion parcels
AMERICAN e-commerce giant Amazon
- Suspension of extra US tariffs on Chinese imports too little, too late
THE shelving of the threatened 15 per cent tariffs on US$160 billion of Chinese imports and the halving to 7
- Cathay Pacific warns of slow start for cargo in 2020
CATHAY Pacific Group chief customer and commercial officer Ronald Lam has warned that the airline's cargo sector is expecting a weak start to...
- California ports collaborate to fight the threat posed by rising sea levels
THE majority of California ports are uniting to improve their combined defenses against rising sea levels, recognising that climate change poses a...
- DHL Q3 profits rise despite slide in airfreight volumes and revenues
DHL Global Forwarding, the leading international provider of air, sea and road freight services, and a division of Deutsche Post DHL Group, has...
- Asia-Europe rates surge 11.6pc to US$893 per TEU, USWC slump 9.2pc at $1,370/FEU
SPOT rates for shipping containers from Asia to northern Europe in the week ending Friday increased by an impressive 11
- Georgia ports to lift record 4.6m TEU in 2019; rail cargo surges 30pc in 3 years
THE Georgia Ports Authority is on track to exceed a milestone annual container handling throughput of 4
- China's air cargo sector is hit by slow volume growth, overcapacity
CHINA's airfreight industry has endured a 'terrible' year on the back of weak volume growth and a rapid surge in capacity
- Scottish air cargo airport goes under the hammer but sales talks stall
THE UK government may be forced to close state-owned Glasgow Prestwick airport, Scotland's fourth-largest, after the deadline for its proposed...
- 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...