SINGAPORE's SIA Cargo has reported that May cargo load factor was 14
- SIA Cargo puts reliance on cargo-only passenger flights
- FIRST GLOBAL STANDARD FOR SHIP HULL CLEANING ESSENTIAL FOR MARINE ECOSYSTEMS
BIMCO, the world’s largest shipping association, has moved a step closer to finishing a global set of guidelines needed to protect the marine...
- DP World Sokhna runs at top speed despite tight health restrictions
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- New minimum wage proposals a victory in campaign to protect British seafarers' jobs
Nautilus general secretary Mark Dickinson: major victory will help protect UK seafarer jobs Nautilus International has hailed a victory in its...
- Seafarers Happiness Index report reveals how seafarers are affected by Covid-19
The latest Seafarers Happiness Index report, published today by The Mission to Seafarers, has revealed real insight into the lives of seafarers...
- 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
- US west coast seaports remain operational albeit at lower demand levels
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- China's HNA puts up Swissport for sale at discount price to cut debts
CHINA's conglomerate HNA is looking to sell cargo handler Swissport at a discount to raise cash and lower debts, Reuters reports
- iContainers calls for tighter declaration of dangerous cargo to prevent fires
ONLINE freight forwarder iContainers is urging the container shipping industry to urgently tackle the issue of misdeclared cargo that causes fires...
- Trump boasts trade pact with China, but some say it's too little, too late
US President Donald Trump has signed the first phase of a new trade agreement with China after two years of tension between the two nations that have...
- SpiceJet's puts 3 converted B737 freighters back into service
INDIA's SpiceJet has returned to service all three of its Boeing 737 converted freighters after they were grounded on the advice of Israeli...
- Airlines struggle in economic environment, as forwarders won't commit to volumes
FREIGHT forwarders are cutting their block space agreements (BSA) with airlines for 2020, as they are reluctant to commit volume to carriers
- 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
- ANC turns to private sector to save debt-heavy South African Airways
THE African National Congress South African government, allied with Communist Party, is talking to private investors in the state-owned airline to...
- N American railroads predict headwinds will impact volumes through year-end
THE Union Pacific railroad anticipates its rail volume in the second half of the year will fall to 'mid-single digits' after revising...
- Re-flagging of ships is easy, but not in the crew's best interest
UNDER maritime regulations, each merchant ship has to be registered with one country
- Order book puts CMA CGM in 2nd place by fleet size behind Maersk
FRENCH shipping line CMA CGM ordered five 15,000-TEU containerships from Jiangshan Shanghai in China in March for a reported US$130 million each
- New mega container terminal is under construction at Tema port, Ghana
MERIDIAN Port Services (MPS) is investing US$1
- Virgin Atlantic Cargo awarded Cargo iQ certificate
VIRGIN Atlantic Cargo has been certified for its quality management system from Cargo iQ, the IATA interest group creating and implementing quality...
- FedEx sues US government following incident involving Huawei shipment
FEDEX has filed a lawsuit in US District Court in the District of Columbia against the Commerce Department for enforcing export control regulations...