- Qatar’s Hamad Port Container Terminal 2 to start operations in December
- Port of Felixstowe battling heavy congestion
- SOV for Hornsea Two OWF launched in Turkey
- Hengli Petrochemical Co. starts up PSA units at Dalian complex
- 2M Restores Transpacific Capacity
- Mexico Seizes Ship Linked to Fuel Theft
- Finnish Passenger Ferry Grounds and Evacuated in Baltic
- South African Development Agency Plans "Green" Ship Recycling Facility
- Suspected Al Qaeda Terrorists Arrested in Plot to Attack Indian Navy
- Sri Lanka to charge New Diamond captain, seek $1.9M in damages
- Australia Bans Fourth Ship for Underpaying Crew Wages
- OSM Maritime to acquire SeaTeam Management from Frontline/Golden Ocean
- Activist Group Analyzes Chinese Fishing off Galapagos
- FMC to investigate carriers' runaway rates success
- The Sino-Japanese Maritime Dispute in the East China Sea
Japan’s export/import cargoes predicted to keep downward trend
Nittsu Research Institute and Consulting, Inc. (NRIC) projected that international shipments imported to and exported from Japan by sea and air will all continue to decrease year on year in October-December. The think tank on Oct.
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FMC to investigate carriers' runaway rates successSpot rates between Asia and the US peaked last week at US$3,711/FEU on the west coast and US$4,496/FEU to the east coast, according to Freightos’ FBX01 Daily and FBX03 Daily Indexes.
World's largest containership HMM Gdansk calls in Jebel AliJebel Ali Port welcomed one of the world's largest containership's, the 24,000 teu HMM Gdansk, earlier this week.
Balancing Capacity Key to Maintaining Container Freight RatesWhile the container shipping industry is particularly vulnerable to changes in consumer spending, the major carriers were successful in managing their business to produce strong results in the first half of 2020.
CMA CGM foresees container growth, especially on transpacificCMA CGM has made a positive forecast for container shipping trades to continue growing especially on the transpacific, despite a stunted start to the year due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
MOL Charisma suffers fire off Sri LankaA Bahamas-flagged Post-Panamax containership caught fire approximately 250 miles east from Colombo, Sri Lanka, on 1 September.
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