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Inchcape's World of Ports digital portal has evolved into a platform that should prove as essential to owners, operators and charterers as the services of port agents have been
The government started to remove the dues from March 2020, in a bid to alleviate cost burdens for the country’s exporters and importers
When the current chaos in the supply chain eases, shippers face dealing with higher rates and emerging environmental costs
The health crisis exposed sourcing weaknesses in the US supply chain with PPE, pharmaceuticals, and medical equipment being manufactured in China
The UK government says new freeports will be located at East Midlands airport, Felixstowe and Harwich, the Humber, Liverpool city region, Plymouth, Solent, Thames and Teesside
The contract rates of recent years are set to be a thing of the past. Shippers should focus on securing the services they need rather than risking their supply chain in an effort to lower costs
CMA CGM completes acquisition of Gulftainer Lebanon, operator of Tripoli’s principal box terminal. The takeover is one of three new Mediterranean port ventures by the containers giant so far this year
‘In the case of CN we actually hope it happens that way because we certainly serve the three coasts. We can actually get you to any of our terminal single line rail servers from any of these three coasts,’ says president and chief executive Jean-Jacques Ruest
A five-year capital fund, potential reductions in electricity taxation for shore power and a zero-emissions berth standard are some of the actions the UK government could take, according to a new report
Asian factories and terminals are pushing goods across the Pacific around the clock. But when those containers reach their destination, they are forced to wait to be processed by inefficient terminal operations
CMA CGM agrees deal with HMM to take a minority stake in Total Terminal International Algeciras, marking the company’s second fresh venture in the region this year. The French shipping giant signed off a deal to manage and operate Alexandria’s new multi-purpose facility in late January
The pandemic has shown up the weakness of current container freight contracts that offer no compensation for rollovers or no shows. Carriers are now seeking more certainty over volumes
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