A new production facility in South Dakota will supply Maersk with 100,000 tons of green methanol a year as the carrier signs yet another deal to lock in the supply of alternative fuels.
04 Nov 2022
The availability of green fuels in sufficient quantities and at cost-competitive price levels remains the main challenge for the decarbonization of global shipping, says Maersk.
19 Sep 2022
Port terminals in Alexandria, Sokhna, Port Said, and Damietta are edging closer to full utilization, prompting operators to expand existing facilities and build new ones.
29 Jul 2021
The giant container ship that found itself in a global media spotlight for all the wrong reasons has finally reached the Dutch hub of Rotterdam.
29 Apr 2021
The first quarter was a good one for Rotterdam and Antwerp, but with terminals fully stretched as the ports face operational challenges in the weeks ahead.
08 Apr 2021
The impact of the Suez Canal closure on Asia-Europe container supply chains is becoming clearer, with Hapag-Lloyd's CEO providing a grim short-term outlook.
30 Mar 2021
The long-term impact of the Suez Canal blockage on the Asia-Europe supply chain has tempered relief that the vital waterway has finally reopened and traffic is flowing again.
29 Mar 2021
Salvors reported that Suez Canal transits can resume after the Ever Given has been successfully dislodged and is towed away for inspection.
27 Mar 2021
The impact on the container shipping supply chain of the Suez Canal blockage will extend well beyond the refloating of the Ever Given.
20 Jun 2019
Asian manufacturing shifts and the rising cost of fuel are influencing all-water US East Coast services.
07 May 2019
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) announced the sixth reduction in its maximum draft this year for the Neopanamax locks on Gatun Lake as water levels continue to fall.
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