European Freight Volumes Build Up

The Port of Gothenburg six-monthly report published today shows that European freight volumes strengthened during ...

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Can Brazilian Iron Ore Improve Freight Rates?

Can Brazilian Iron Ore Improve Freight Rates?

The freight market, which performed so well in Q1, has certainly not delivered in the past 4 months. BDI has ...

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Ireland: 4 out of 5 Freight Segments Up in Q2

Irish shipping and port activity rose by 2% in the second quarter of 2014 when compared to the corresponding period ...

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Clean Freight Rates Set to Surge amid Ebola Outbreak

Freight rates for clean tankers heading from the UK continent to the West Africa could see an increase due to the ...

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Freight Rates Pulling Hapag-Lloyd Down

Freight Rates Pulling Hapag-Lloyd Down

Hapag-Lloyd, Germany’s shipping powerhouse, has posted results for the first six months of 2014. The company ...

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Atlantic Panamax Freight Rates on the Rise

An improved sentiment prevails in trans-Atlantic Panamax freight rates as demand tightens for tonnage capacity. ...

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TSA Asking for Higher Asia-US Freight Rates

Poised by growing imports from Asia, the Transpacific Stabilisation Agreement (TSA) group has called for an ...

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Figures at Antwerp Port on the Rise

Figures Sore at Antwerp Port

The Port of Antwerp handled 98,229,046 tonnes of freight in the first six months of 2014, an increase of 2.7% ...

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GAC Strikes Mexican Partnership

GAC Strikes Mexican Partnership

GAC has boosted its logistics business in Mexico by signing an agency agreement with Grupo MS, a customs broker and ...

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Records Broken at Port of Dover

Records Broken at Port of Dover

A record number of freight vehicles departed on services through the Port of Dover on July 8th, reaching numbers ...

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What Remedy Could There Be for Declining Freight Rates?

Is There a Remedy for Declining Freight Rates?

Drewry’s 2Q14 Container Forecaster highlights that there is a widening gap between the positive financiáis of ...

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Port of Tauranga Makes Way for Large Ships

Kotahi, Port of Tauranga Form Freight Pact

Freight and logistics management company Kotahi and New Zealand’s freight gateway Port of Tauranga have ...

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Damco Launches Myanmar Warehouse/CFS Facilities

Damco Launches Myanmar CFS

Third-party logistics provider Damco has started operating the first international standard warehouse and Container ...

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AAPA Welcomes Senate’s Bill Prioritizing Freight Plans

The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) praised the leadership of the U.S. Senate’s Environment and ...

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Low Freight Rates Affect CBM’s Q1 Results

The executive committee of Compagnie Maritime Belge (CBM), a maritime group seated in Antwerp, has reviewed the ...

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The Netherlands: Europe’s Largest Freight ...

The Netherlands has remained the largest maritime freight transport country in Europe since 2010. At 543 million ...

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Port of Cleveland to Start Express Ocean Freight ...

The Port of Cleveland unveiled plans this week to start a regularly scheduled express freight shipping service ...

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95 Key Websites on Global Shipping and Freight

An estimated 90% of the world’s goods and products are shipped at some point in their lifecycle. The maritime ...

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Germany: Port of Kiel Extends Its Freight and Logistic ...

The RoRo facility for Berth No. 1, which has been completely refurbished at ADM Kiel by Nobiskrug GmbH, was ...

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Australia: Port of Hastings Key to Victoria’s ...

Port of Hastings Development Authority CEO, Mike Lean, has welcomed the Victorian Government’s freight and ...

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Maersk Line Wins China Freight Industry Awards

Maersk (China) Shipping Co., Ltd. bagged 3 awards at the 10th China Freight Industry Awards ceremony held on 25th ...

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