A FIRE at a railway station in the North Korean city of Sinuiju destroyed a freight train carrying hundreds of tons of cooking oil from China and a...
- North Korean cooking oil fire seen from China destroys train, warehouse
- CMA CGM to launch Round The Africa Service 'RTA' from July 25
FRENCH shipping giant CMA CGM has introduced a new Round the Africa (RTA) service to complement its existing 31 services to Sub Saharan Africa, the...
- Barb Wilson named Port of Seattle Commission's new chief of staff
PORT of Seattle has appointed Barb Wilson as its new chief of staff for its five-member elected body, the Port of Seattle Commission
- Covid-19 reveals how working from home will cut more shore jobs
DESPITE disruptions caused by the Covid-19 crisis, more than 80 per cent of the normal volumes continued to be shipped, according to Sea-Intelligence...
- How to get more women seafarers on board!
Around 80% of international trade is seaborne, making seafaring key to worldwide security, development and economic prosperity.
- Costly cargo: The plight of seafarers in a pandemic
Amid the many consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, thousands of seafarers around the world are now locked onboard their ships with expired...
- Australian note air cargo moves toward structural recovery in June
PERSONAL protective equipment shipments volumes faded, but global air cargo volumes in June provided the first real indicators of the sector's...
- South Carolina to open first new US box terminal in 11 years
THE South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA), in adopting its annual budget, announced the opening of the first new US container terminal in 11 years,...
- Cai Mep ready to gain from supply chain exit from China
VIETNAM's Cai Mep-Thi Vai container port, which now routinely handles 14,000 - 16,000-TEUers, recently saw the maiden call of 2M's TP17...
- Italy migrant crisis!
Italy migrant crisis: 180 migrants allowed off rescue ship
- IATA: Air cargo picked up in May, demand still weak
THE International Air Transport Association (IATA) reported air cargo volume fell 20
- Container shipping faces continuing low demand and capacity withdrawal
ANALYST Sea-Intelligence says container shipping is expected to see current low demand levels persisting, consequently leading to high levels of...
- OOCL restores two transpacific sailings cancelled in June
HONG Kong's Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL), now a Cosco unit, has restored two transpacific sailings that were cancelled on June 18
- Threat of US-Europe trade war sparks off more transatlantic blankings
2M partners Maersk and MSC have extended the suspension of their TA4/NEUATL4 transatlantic loop through to September
- Damen delivers custom RHIB to Naarden Lifeboat Brigade!
Damen Shipyards Group has recently delivered a new lifeboat, a Damen RHIB 975 Inboard, to the Naarden Lifeboat Brigade (Reddingsbrigade Naarden)....
- Human Rights at Sea issues Statement for the Day of the Seafarer
On the 25 June 2020, Human Rights at Sea will be celebrating the Day of the Seafarer, an IMO-led initiative which each year raises awareness on the...
- Seafarer's Day Message from the Maritime Safety Association: "Seafarers are Key Workers"
Captain Cahit Istikbal, the President of the Marine Safety Association (DEDER), issued a congratulatory message on the occasion of 25 June, Day of...
- OOCL cancels Pearl River sailings, but restores one from Shanghai
HONG Kong's Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL), now a Cosco unit, has announced the cancellations of several Pearl River transpacific sailings...
- Salvors save 2.3M tonnes of pollution!
Emergency towage tugs and salvage companies saved 214 vessels from danger in 2019 and prevented environmental pollution worldwide.
- Shanghai tops all, Singapore No 2, HK now No 7 box port
THE Port of Shanghai maintained its top ranking at the busiest container port in the world, reporting a 4