HUTCHISON's UK Port of Felixstowe has come under renewed attack for its stance on delays at the facility with the British International Freight...
- BIFA urges government to deal with delays at Felixstowe port
- A-E rates off 1.6pc to US$1,149/TEU, USWC off 0.12pc at $3,848/FEU
SPOT rates for shipping containers from Asia to northern Europe in the week ending last Friday fell 1
- Decoupling America would cut China's annual growth to 3.5pc
WORSENING conflict between China and the US has damaged trade, but a complete decoupling between the two would be more damaging to China's...
- DP World H1 box volume dips 5pc due to Covid-19
DUBAI's DP World, one of the world's largest operators of ports with locations in more than 50 countries, handled 33
- Hapag-Lloyd managing covid consequences, according to HI figures
PROVISIONAL first half revenues for German carrier Hapag-Lloyd show a marked increase in earnings even with the reduced pandemic related volume crash...
- April reduction in air freight largest since 2009 recession
THE Freight Transportation Services Index (TSI), based on the amount of freight carried by the for-hire transportation, fell 7
- Asia-Europe rates remain flat at US$827/TEU, USWC unchanged at $1,678/FEU
SPOT rates for shipping containers from Asia to northern Europe in the week ending last Friday were flat at US$827 per TEU
- Germany's Hapag-Lloyd reduces fuel surcharges in France
GERMAN shipping giant Hapag-Lloyd will revise its fuel surcharge for inland haulage under carrier arrangement from/to France, reports the American...
- A.P. Moller – Maersk continues to grow profitability while safeguarding global supply chains
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic’s profound impact on global trade the company kept momentum in its strategic transformation and demonstrated...
- 2M voids 2 Asia-US Gulf sailings, as top 10 US ports see imports dive
2M alliance partners Maersk Line and Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) have blanked two more sailings from Asia to the US Gulf, in response to...
- S Korea is again world's leading shipbuilder despite massive drop in orders
SOUTH Korea once again ranks supreme as the world's top shipbuilding nation, based on the number of shipbuilding orders received in February and...
- US-Asia containerised exports decline 0.7 per cent to 5,958,060 TEU
CONTAINERISED exports from the US to 10 major countries and territories in Asia remained nearly unchanged in 2019, declining by 0
- Maersk loses US$44m in 2019 despite flat liftings of 26.6m TEU
THE Maersk Group lost US$61 million in the fourth quarter of 2019, leading to an overall net loss of $44 million last year
- Coronavirus means few reefer plugs at China ports, risking cargo diversion
CHINESE ports are congested mostly because of a lack of available plugs for reefer containers due to the effect of the coronavirus outbreak, says the...
- DP World head sees 'positive signs' despite flat growth in box volume in 2019
DUBAI-BASED port operator DP World announced that it has handled a total of 71
- Cathay group cargo volume drops 2.9pc in Dec to 177,561 tonnes
HONG Kong's Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon carried 177,561 tonnes of cargo and mail in December month, a decrease of 2
- 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
- Container prices fall as boxes stockpile in depots around China
WITH factory stocks continuing to expand and the outlook for container shipping looking less than rosy, prices for new and second hand shipping...
- Drewry expects freight rates will increase ahead of the holiday season
PROVIDED container shipping lines 'refrain from returning too much capacity, there is a reasonable hope for higher freight rates' in the run...
- Cathay group cargo volume drops 4.4pc in September to 172,637 tonnes
HONG Kong's Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon announced that its September cargo volume declined 4