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Container volume figures paint a bleak picture

The export hubs of Asia remain the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on global economies

International Containers

Carriers risk charge of profiteering from crisis

Inflated charges and poor service do not make for happy customers, Drewry says

International Containers

Port of Long Beach sets plan for recovery

‘We’re noticing not just a slowdown in blank sailings, we’re actually seeing a reversal. Shipping lines are basically introducing sailings back into the rotations that were previously cancelled’ — deputy executive director Noel Hacegaba

US States Containers

Economic outlook: Seaborne trade facing pandemic hit

The coronavirus response will mark 2020 out as a year when the global economy went into reverse. This will have a negative impact on future seaborne trade and, while there will be a rebound, annual growth will track lower in 2022-24

Passenger Political and Trade

Successful collaboration needs focused leadership

Shipping has come up against a series of issues of global significance that can only be addressed through working together

International Containers

Globalisation to be reshaped by coronavirus

Multinationals will diversify their sources from a single country to more than one location in a bid to manage risk. But shipping must recognise that alternative trade options are being considered

Political Risk and Trade Ports and Logistics

Ghost of overcapacity haunts container shipping

Growth in volumes failed to keep up with supply even before the pandemic

International Containers

Many hands make light work in the push to digitalisation

Shipping’s slow trek towards digitalisation has been given a wake-up call by the pandemic; but to make the most of new technologies, companies should look outside their own windows to what is on offer elsewhere

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Containers Data Hub

The focal point for business-critical data on container shipping

Aggregating data sets from a wide range of sources, the data hub provides a one-stop shop for gaining an insight into the sector

 

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Stable showing

Linton Nightingale

 

Robust volume growth across China, backed by other strong regional performances, beefed up global throughput figures in 2018. However, it wasn’t all plain sailing for the elite box facilities

Port data

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The figures behind the rankings. Compare and contrast different ports across multiple years

Port rankings

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View the interactive grid setting out the risers and fallers across the one hundred ports

 

 



 

 

Ports and Logistics

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Cosco agrees blockchain technology deal with Alibaba

The aim is to use blockchain-based technologies to connect data and systems in shipping, ports, logistics and finance among other sectors and create a platform that facilitates integration along the industry chain

Asia Pacific China

Gothenburg's new transhipment terminal nears start-up

Volumes equivalent to 60,000 teu-100,000 teu will be handled at the Svea terminal each year

Containers Ports and Logistics

Container volume figures paint a bleak picture

The export hubs of Asia remain the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on global economies

International Containers
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Latest From Containers

New operational vessel schedule standard published

Box shipping standard adopted in effort to ease collaboration

International Containers

Cosco agrees blockchain technology deal with Alibaba

The aim is to use blockchain-based technologies to connect data and systems in shipping, ports, logistics and finance among other sectors and create a platform that facilitates integration along the industry chain

Asia Pacific China

Call to reform dangerous goods shipment rules

Inspections find more than 5% of containerised cargoes with misdeclared dangerous goods

International Containers

CMA CGM removes APL from transpacific services

CMA CGM retires APL name for transpacific trade

Asia Pacific CMA CGM

Gothenburg's new transhipment terminal nears start-up

Volumes equivalent to 60,000 teu-100,000 teu will be handled at the Svea terminal each year

Containers Ports and Logistics

Container volume figures paint a bleak picture

The export hubs of Asia remain the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on global economies

International Containers
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