Maersk Line is using a new tool that updates ships with changing weather conditions on their routes to improve reliability.
- Maersk to plan optimum route by new weather tool
- Maersk, Petrolesport to launch Morocco-Russia container service
Maersk and Petrolesport are presenting next week MARUS Express, a new ocean container service between Morocco and Russia, the press service of...
- Maersk Line resumes seasonal NZ relay service
Maersk Line is to re-activate its seasonal New Zealand relay (NZ 2) service connecting Tanjung Pelepas with Nelson, Napier and Auckland from February...
- MSC thinks big... but not that big
MSC has no plans to follow in the footsteps of its Danish competitor Maersk Line, which is reportedly on the verge of ordering the biggest...
- Container Ship Rates Rising as Fuel Prices Slow Vessels
Container vessels are sailing at the slowest speeds in at least two years to save on fuel costs, driving up freight rates and the shares of...
- Global reefer fleet to be reduced 50pc in next 10 years
HALF of the refrigerated ship fleet worldwide is expected to vanish and replaced by containerships carrying refrigerated boxes, reported London's...
- CMA CGM to boost Asia-Europe with new mega-ships
FRENCH carrier CMA CGM will receive the 12,552-TEU ship CMA CGM Alaska this month, which will join its Far East-North Europe FAL 1 service.
- Maersk to add two 13,092-TEU ships to AE-7 service
DENMARK's Maersk Line has announced it will add two new 13,092-TEU containerships, the Maersk Edmonton and the Maersk Erving, to its Asia-Europe AE-7...
- Maersk Seminar on slow and super-slow steaming
A Maersk Seminar this week in Copenhagen focused on slow and super-slow steaming, with speakers from Maersk, MAN and Wärtsila.
- VLCCs not in for sweet 2011
An oversupply of VLCC tonnage is expected to weigh down on rates for supertankers, despite projections of yet another annual increase of oil demand...
- Gradual recovery for Chilean shipyards
The international financial crisis and the emergence of the infectious salmon anemia (ISA) virus halted the continuation of a five year period of...
- French port workers walk out again
Operations at major French ports were at a standstill this morning as workers began a new round of strike action, lasting until Monday.
- Le Havre Container Throughput Rebounds 5 Percent
Container throughput at the Port of Le Havre increased 5 percent during 2010 to 2.4 million 20-foot equivalent units, compared to slightly more than...
- Maersk Line Loses Market Shares
The world’s largest container line is still based in Denmark. But A.P.Møller-Mærsk’s Maersk Line has been losing market shares.
- Shipping lines prepare for more disruption at French ports
Shipping lines are warning of delays to cargo as another round of strike action brings container handling to a standstill.
- Danish Ministry of Justice sanctioned armed guards on board
Danish Ministry of Justice for the first time sanctioned private armed guards on board of Danish vessel – tanker Torm Kansas
- MSC closes the gap with Maersk
Leading shipping lines boosted their capacity by 14% in 2010, with MSC closing the gap on the world’s largest carrier, Maersk Line.
- Maersk Line sees 2011 market fairly balanced
The container shipping arm of A.P. Moller-Maersk Maersk Line, sees a well-balanced market, as global capacity is forecast to grow 9 percent this...
- Legal and capacity impact of slow steaming
With the recent publicity about slow steaming, it has recently become a buzzword in the industry news circles.
- Danish warship disarmed pirate vessel
A Danish warship patrolling the Gulf of Aden under NATO operational control disarmed a vessel with alleged pirates aboard and detained the suspects,...