The lack of detail in the schedules of the two mega-carrier alliances launching on April 1 is causing “planning headaches."

US government has shown interest in Canada's method of monitoring and benchmark port productivity. 

Port's volume fell nearly 10 percent in 2015. 

Central Japanese port kept title for fifth straight year despite a decline in overseas shipments.

Retailers and large direct importers urge restraint in interpreting the January import numbers.

Maersk Line is assessing whether the Vietnamese terminal at Cai Mep can be added to a regular Asia-North Europe schedule in the 2M Alliance.

Major revisions in the North American Free Trade Agreement or other trade agreements could create a bigger market for electronic audit and payment services.

The union and APM Terminals agreed to return to the negotiating table to settle year-long strife.

Eager to avoid potential rate increases in the second half of the year, shippers are sitting down with trucking providers now to talk pricing.

The legal salvo is the latest sign of how Hanjin containers continue to disrupt the global container shipping market.