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18 10, 2021

Dust is settling between the freight rates of China – USA.

2021-10-18T10:40:59+02:00

China-USA freight rates relax grip In its current analysis, New York-based intelligence provider and digital freight forwarding company Shifl notes that China-US spot freight rates have passed their peak over [...]

Dust is settling between the freight rates of China – USA.2021-10-18T10:40:59+02:00
15 10, 2021

How long will it take before LA ports can clear their congestion?

2021-10-15T12:36:27+02:00

Pressure on 24/7 strategy mounts as 25 more containerships get set to arrive at San Pedro Bay anchorage Faster vessel unloading won’t happen until trucks, rail coordinate. (Photo: Port of [...]

How long will it take before LA ports can clear their congestion?2021-10-15T12:36:27+02:00
13 10, 2021

China’s Energy Crisis Is Hitting Everything From iPhones to Milk

2021-10-13T11:52:43+02:00

The hit from China’s energy crunch is starting to ripple throughout the globe, hurting everyone from Toyota Motor Corp. to Australian sheep farmers and makers of cardboard boxes. The extreme [...]

China’s Energy Crisis Is Hitting Everything From iPhones to Milk2021-10-13T11:52:43+02:00
11 10, 2021

Liners now on track for combined $150bn in earnings with 2022

2021-10-08T14:20:28+02:00

Shipping consultants Drewry have revised their full year forecasts for the combined liner community, now suggesting the world’s containerlines are on course to post “eye-watering” earnings before interest and tax [...]

Liners now on track for combined $150bn in earnings with 20222021-10-08T14:20:28+02:00
8 10, 2021

Supply chain problems and troublseome costs may last until 2023

2021-10-08T09:31:22+02:00

Inflation alert: Supply chain mess feels increasingly less transitory Supply chain woes and port congestion are now getting attention at the central-bank level, given their effects on inflation. Federal Reserve [...]

Supply chain problems and troublseome costs may last until 20232021-10-08T09:31:22+02:00
6 10, 2021

Cumulative of $201Billion loses for airline industry but losses are reducing.

2021-10-06T09:53:32+02:00

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced its latest outlook for airline industry financial performance showing improved results amid the continuing COVID-19 crisis: Net industry losses are expected to reduce [...]

Cumulative of $201Billion loses for airline industry but losses are reducing.2021-10-06T09:53:32+02:00
4 10, 2021

Today’s global liner congestion in context : Three and a half Hanjins.

2021-10-04T10:44:16+02:00

Analysts at Copenhagen-based Sea-Intelligence have put the worsening liner congestion picture into greater context, pointing out that today’s global capacity removal thanks to vessel delays is slightly greater that the [...]

Today’s global liner congestion in context : Three and a half Hanjins.2021-10-04T10:44:16+02:00
30 09, 2021

Maritime Industry Continues to Push for Zero Emissions

2021-09-29T09:18:08+02:00

The recent unprecedented wave of extreme weather events has brought home the urgency of the ongoing climate crisis. As stated in the sixth report of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on [...]

Maritime Industry Continues to Push for Zero Emissions2021-09-29T09:18:08+02:00
29 09, 2021

Typhoon Chanthu Causes Congestion at Shanghai, Ningbo Ports

2021-09-28T10:01:14+02:00

More than 150 containerships are waiting to load at the ports of Shanghai and Ningbo and 242 are waiting for berths across the country, according to eeSea, a company that [...]

Typhoon Chanthu Causes Congestion at Shanghai, Ningbo Ports2021-09-28T10:01:14+02:00
28 09, 2021

Carnival Corp Expects Cruise Business to Rebound in 2022

2021-09-28T09:50:14+02:00

Carnival Corp said on Friday cruise bookings for the second half of 2022 were ahead of pre-pandemic levels, in a sign the cruise operator expects a rebound in business as [...]

Carnival Corp Expects Cruise Business to Rebound in 20222021-09-28T09:50:14+02:00
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