Containership markets have upended expectations since the pandemic began and recent months have brought about some of the most surprising developments yet.
In the first half of 2020, when COVID-19 severely disrupted global trade activity, container volumes on the Intra-Asia route were undeterred
The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index rose for a second consecutive session on Tuesday, buoyed by stronger rates for capesize vessels.
The shipping industry has railed against plans to expand the EU carbon market to the maritime sector
Impacted by disruptions caused due to COVID-19, India’s major ports continued to witness a fall in cargo handling
It was a tough week for Capesize owners as the market was seen to ebb away on underwhelming activity levels.
The composite index decreased 0.5% this week but 76.9% up when compared with same period of 2019.
With the Coronavirus pandemic hitting many segments of the global shipping industry particularly hard, it is understandable that businesses of all sizes are reviewing their budgets for 2020
Demand rebounds in July and August as economy continues recovery and retailers stock up for the winter holiday season, but analysts caution that some of volumes are to replenish depleted inventories
A new container terminal at a Namibian port is now fully operational, according to a report by the African Development Bank (ADB).
DHL Global Forwarding (GF) has introduced an airfreight charter service, which connects Asia Pacific to Europe and the US.
EPS nearly doubles median estimates; operating margin soars
Deutsche Bank’s Amit Mehrotra moves his estimates for carriers well above consensus