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With fuel surcharges set to increase sharply, a shipper lobby group has produced a toolkit to make extra charges more transparent
A spokesman for Dutch trade body for road transport companies and logistics service providers Transport en Logistiek Nederlandsays some hauliers have adopted a ‘wait and see’ attitude to a WTO Brexit scenario
The US Coast Guard is carrying out an investigation of the capsizing, but says it could be weeks or months before the cause is determined
Join two panels of experts at the Lloyd’s List Smart Ports Forum, to be held in Dubai on November 20, to hear how ‘smart’ can be a game-changer for ports, and how smart ports will be a game-changer for trade
Up to £86m ($109m) of UK taxpayer cash will be used to fund a set of contracts handed out to a select number of shipping companies as the Brexit deadline approaches on October 31. The contracts will be in place for six months and are designed to operate around the ports best-placed to handle a WTO Brexit
Italy’s maritime economy lacks the central oversight and organisation that benefit other European governments
Carriers have little to look forward to on the transpacific trade as shippers look elsewhere
Holyhead port, a major link in the UK landbridge between Ireland and Europe, is not ready for a no-deal Brexit, argues Welsh road freight company Gwynedd Shipping. The port’s manager says it has taken all the steps it can in readiness for a WTO Brexit
Kinder Morgan Natural Gas South Region president Norman Holmes said the new start-up represents an ‘important step’ as the US becomes ‘a key energy exporter’
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