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29 Nov 2022
The ability of ocean carriers to manage their growing supply of excess capacity is becoming tougher by the week as supply chain bottlenecks ease and global economic headwinds strengthen.
28 Nov 2022
CMA CGM continued its run of extreme profitability in the third quarter, strengthening its already solid balance sheet and slashing debt levels, but it warned that economic headwinds are strengthening.
17 Nov 2022
Plunging imports from Asia in October, normally one of the busiest months of the year, signals a continued “flattening” of eastbound trans-Pacific demand in the coming months, according to Ben Hackett, principal at Hackett Associates.
17 Nov 2022
New energy ratings for ships to be imposed next year are a meaningful step toward decarbonizing the maritime industry and should not be a “box-ticking exercise,” according to Maersk.
11 Nov 2022
Soaring online orders for electronics and mobility devices are flooding the US postal services with undeclared lithium-ion batteries, posing a growing threat to the transport supply chain.
09 Nov 2022
The global air cargo industry is flying into bracing headwinds, but airline CEOs remain largely positive that demand will return early next year.
08 Nov 2022
US containerized imports are expected to decline through the first quarter of 2023 at a faster clip than retailers forecasted just months ago, with consumers concerned over rising prices and interest rates.
08 Nov 2022
There appears to be little that ocean carriers can do to stem an Asia-Europe spot market in free-fall as economic conditions deteriorate and freight volumes continue to soften.
31 Oct 2022
Singapore-based carrier ONE expects to end its fiscal year with profits below the record earnings generated in FY2021 with no short-term improvement likely in container shipping markets.
31 Oct 2022
Finding an alternative fuel whose production can be scaled up to meet the enormous demands of a wide range of industries makes it a daunting challenge, say industry experts.
31 Oct 2022
The latest new ship contracts come despite concerns that falling cargo volumes and new vessel deliveries will create a yawning gap between ship supply and demand starting next year.