Antwerp’s container volume grew in the first nine months of 2016, keeping the Belgian port on course to post another record year and cement its position as Europe’s second-largest container hub.

The 2016 US presidential election has been fraught with divisive discourse and reality television-style drama, but the top two leading candidates appear to actually agree when it comes to matters of transportation infrastructure and trade.

The Brazilian Ministry for Transport, Ports, and Civil Aviation has decided to privatize dredging operations at the country’s top three ports of Santos, Paranagua, and Rio de Janeiro.

A group of Asian container lines is injecting capacity into the Asia-Australia trade.

Spot rates remained flat this week ahead of a range of rate increases planned by the container lines.

Precariously low West Coast vacancy rates for warehouse and distribution space are sending a stark message to shippers: Expect to pay even more to carry your goods, or rework your containerized supply chains.

Legal battles over cost and equipment liabilities related to Hanjin Shipping's bankruptcy continue to play out in courts around the world.
The court is hearing issues related to the bankruptcy filing by Hanjin Shipping, which left its more than 90 ships and 500,000 containers around the world in limbo.

The Western railway has lost some of its pricing power after domestic and international freight demand shrank in the third quarter.

Maersk Line has resumed calls to Iran after a five-year hiatus.

Even when volumes rise, lower revenue shows impact of reduced rates and fuel surcharges at publicly owned carriers.