With ample room for expansion, Hoegh Autoliners chooses the Texas port for U.S. ro-ro imports and exports.


Automotive interests press for efficient planning by supply chain partners to help ports keep up with volume.

Container lines focused on calling at Caribbean ports such as St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, pictured, have found themselves facing stronger competition from global majors.
Caribbean container ship operators have tried to rationalize vessel capacity, but their efforts have failed to curb the decline in rates.

The combination of Allcargo Logistics' various units comes as the company expands its presence in Indian ports.
Allcargo Logistics Ltd. unveiled a plan to combine all of its third-party logistics businesses into a single entity.

The financial benefits of a merger between Hapag-Lloyd and United Arab Shipping Company could begin to materialize for both liners as soon as next year.
Hapag-Lloyd shareholders Friday paved the way to a merger with United Arab Shipping Company and creation of the world’s fifth-largest container shipping line.

Trans-Pacific volumes have been respectable this year, but they have still been unable to catch up with capacity introduced by container lines in the recent past.
Vessels carrying peak-season imports from Asia are filling up.

A proposal to mandate speed-limiting technology on heavy trucks would increase demand for truck drivers, U.S. regulators admit.

Rotterdam dockers have voted in favor of an agreement on job security in the container sector.

Although Rickmers Holding has backed away from this merger, the company signaled it remained open to other opportunities that might present themselves.
Germany’s Rickmers Holding and ER Capital have dropped plans to merge their ship management operations.

Matson will build two container/roll-on, roll-off ships.