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...
- Covid-19 reveals how working from home will cut more shore jobs
- Box volume at Virginia port plunges 23pc in May due to pandemic
THE Port of Virginia's cargo volume in May plummeted 22
- STM demonstrates the future for e-navigation
With more ships using electronic navigation and digital services, data exchange is becoming critical for sea traffic management and safety
- CEVA Logistics wins new spare parts contract with Volkswagen in Brazil
CEVA Logistics has contracted with Volkswagen for the operation of the company's auto spares centre at Vinhedo in Brazil has been extended
- DP World purchases major stake in TIS Yuzhny port's box terminal
DUBAI's DP World has completed its acquisition of a 51 per cent stake in TIS Container Terminal in the Ukrainian Port of Yuzhny, 50 kilometres...
- BIFA offers free bitesize training for young forwarders
THE British International Freight Association's (BIFA) next event following the relaunch of its Young Forwarder Network (YFN) online will feature...
- 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...
- 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...
- Cargolux and Unilode boost partnership using Bluetooth readers
UNILODE and Cargolux will install Bluetooth readers at cargo warehouses in order to increase visibility of unit load device (ULD) and create...
- Covid-19 pandemic expedites ANA Cargo's digital expansion
JAPAN's All Nippon Airways' (ANA) cargo capacity is now available on the cargo
- MSC introduces Instant Quote function for online cargo bookings
MEDITERRANEAN Shipping Company (MSC) has upgraded its e-business platform myMSC with the addition of a new online Instant Quote function
- Autonomous drone inspections move step closer after successful test
AN autonomous drone inspection has successfully taken place aboard a 19
- MOL leads consortium to test unmanned vessels this year
JAPAN's Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has announced that two of its group and other consortium members have applied to the Nippon Foundation to fund...
- Ships look to replace exhausted seafarers as ports slowly open
SHIP captain Ravi Nagar hasn't seen his wife and 3-year-old son in eight months due to Covid-19 and has been stuck on a tanker shuttling between...
- LA's APM Terminals Pier 400 sets new world box-handling record
THE Port of Los Angeles' APM Terminals Pier 400 has handled a record-setting 18,465 container moves from the 23,656 TEU MSC Isabella, the largest...
- There is a future for the shipping world after Covid-19 pandemic: PISR CEO
THE global shipping industry will be at the forefront when the world economy recovers after the Covid-19 pandemic, a view held by Panos Kimidis, CEO...
- Cathay to cut to freight-only passenger flights as air cargo rates retreat
HONG Kong's Cathay Pacific is reported to be preparing to cancel 'many' of its freight-only flights as air cargo rates begin to drop...
- 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.
- Cyprus shipping takes risk-based approach to sanction guidelines!
The US Office of Foreign Assets Control (Ofac) on June 5 issued guidance on sector-based sanctions regarding doing business with Iran contained in...
- Frankfurt Airport cargo runs at full speed during the crisis