The first of MSC’s latest series of ships has arrived in northern Europe from Asia. Despite its standard dimensions, its additional row of container stacks gives it a record-breaking capacity
NCBFAA foresees newly proposed importer verification rule by CBP leveling the playing field and strengthening relationships between customs brokers and their clients.
The important question is not whether a speed limit should be introduced to cut emissions, but how it would be checked.
In most instances, vessel owners are in the business of transporting cargo on behalf of others and of being paid to do so.
Container shipping is rediscovering the potential of enhancing service by providing guarantees, thanks to technology.
When Hapag-Lloyd starts converting the large container ship “Sajir” in mid-2020, it will be launching a pilot project that could pave the way for the entire shipping industry.
Improvements in its ocean segment helped Maersk increase its operating profit in the second quarter. But non-ocean segments saw weaker returns
Time-charter rates can offer a clearer view on future sentiment than headline-grabbing spot rates.
Canada’s largest port saw increases in tonnage and containers during the first half of 2019, but individual cargo types painted a more complicated picture.
The maritime sector is not new to simulation and has, in fact, been using it for several purposes apart from just automation.
Korean Air Cargo announced that it would expand its services in the Americas with an additional weekly frequency, but reports suggest it will axe some domestic services.
Revenue and profits hit as UK inbound volumes dropped dramatically after 29 March aborted UK exit from EU, reports Waberer’s, with warehouses filled preparing for a disorderly Brexit
As production backlog shrinks, fleets still shying away from placing most new orders