Parties in MyFerryLink dispute given more time to consider draft agreement
Speculation builds over NOL sale, but at what price?
Additional voiding of four sailings due to changes in market demand, further service adjustments necessary
Prospect of greater reliance on leasing firms for a large share of their future box requirements says Drewry
Draft agreement to settle MyFerryLink dispute to be discussed this afternoon
Further falls in East-West spot prices, as transpacific prices also drop to new post-2009 lows
Key FMC members favour carriers providing detailed detention and demurrage data and charges
Average weekly container space in July-September expected to be greater, year on year, in spite of efforts by some lines to prop up rates by limiting vessel supply
Race to introduce bigger, more efficient ships with lower slot costs, but which do not run fully loaded, creates a vicious circle
Asia-Europe spot prices fall further and Asia-US prices reach post-crisis lows as lines scrap peak-season surcharges
Throughput in the first half of the year declined 9.7%
Operation Stack re-activated as heavy freight days and initial a rush of holiday traffic exposes Dover's under-capacity with knock-on effect for Eurotunnel
Project designed to address chronic congestion at existing ports and accomodate long-term traffic growth
Operator to bring sixth ship back into service on Dover-Calais route
Weekly capacity rises 20% year on year to reach record level
Project forms part of programme to invest more than US$800 million in port facilities over the next five years
The completion of the Soai Rap channel dredging project in the first half of last year, made the DP World-operated Saigon Premier Container Terminal (SPCT) the deepest in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC).
Deepening the navigation channel at the Port of Santos in order to accommodate bigger ships is one of the stand-out development projects at the Brazilian port, according to its newest box handler, BTP (Brasil Terminal Portuário).
The HAROPA port consortium - Le Havre, Rouen and Paris - is developing a role as a European transhipment hub for Asian-origin goods bound for West Africa.
Warrant Group’s commercial director Steve Cox, says when it comes to customer service, ‘we’re better together’
Family connection continues, with Edward and Emily Stephenson promoted to director roles
Richard Hartmann takes newly created position for South Asia, Middle East and Africa, with remit to extend airline’s reach to more forwarders
DHL Global Forwarding’s former EMEA chief Thomas Nieszner returns, as Rajeev Singh-Molares moves on
Freight forwarder opens new branches in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg
Former Seko, EGL, and Ceva senior executive Terry Unrein ‘comes home’, bringing decades of experience to role
Freightex CEO Tim Phillips expects UK international road freight prices to rise in the coming months, due to the impact of the migrant crisis and seasonal demand increases
Panditrans’ Alexander Petrenko outlines the crucial differences between liability and cargo cover in this sometimes-confusing market
After flying to Nepal several weeks ago to cover the immediate aftermath of the 25 April earthquake, Lloyd’s Loading List.com journalist Mike King returned to the struggling Himalayan country again this month
Agency seeks to encourage others to continue their efforts to support humanitarian actions as part of their daily work
Kewill’s Andreas Giger says appropriate planning and investments in the right technology and infrastructure will ensure smoother operations and lower risk