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Set Alert for Lloyd's List Regional :: Americas

Overstaying cargo also a risk, Clyde & Co warns squabbling traders

Detention and demurrage charges can quickly add up and the situation could be exacerbated in the case of lower value cargo

China United States

US steps in to back experience-building phase after 2020

Data-gathering proposal by the biggest flag states and shipping associations handed huge boost as US throws its weight behind an experience building phase

United States IMO

UK maritime leaders join trade delegation to US

UK businesses expected to attend the event include shipowners, law firms, port operators and manufacturers

Political and Trade United Kingdom

US supply chain company acquires INTTRA

Deal to take over online freight booker will give INTTRA’s carrier and freight forwarder customers visibility of supply chain requirements

North America United States

Transpacific rates driven by capacity cuts rather than demand

Little evidence of cargo front-loading on transpacific ahead of tariff rises, but fourth quarter could still give room for growth

Asia Pacific North America

Seattle and Tacoma see progress on federal funding for dredging projects

The bill authorises the design and construction to deepen Seattle’s East and West Waterways, $29m in matching federal funds to complete the work, and expedited completion of a $3m study to dredge Tacoma's Blair and Sitcum waterways

North America United States

China’s export growth ‘not sustainable’

An uptick in exports from China to the US ahead of the imposition of further tariffs looks likely to be short-lived

Asia Pacific North America

With a quick resolution unlikely, trade disputes may become trade blocs

The USMCA, the agreement replacing Nafta, gives the US the power to deem a third party a currency manipulator and veto the trade agreements of the agreements co-signers, Mexico and Canada

Asia Pacific North America

Front-loading boon for transpacific box trade

US trade boom under threat from tariffs but Asia-Europe trade lane remains subdued because of lower imports

Asia Pacific Europe
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