Korean Air Lines is swooping in to support Hanjin Shipping.
It may not seem like it, but there has been an upward trend in Asia-Europe freight rates since the March lows.
The world’s No. 2 container maker, slumped to a loss in the first half of 2016.
Investors appear to be demanding more proof “Uber for Trucking” concepts actually will work.
U.S. maritime regulators have more questions for the Ocean Alliance.
A group of Asia-based container lines are teaming up to offer new joint services on the intra-Asia trade.
The congestion that crippled West Coast ports in 2015 temporarily derailed the progress in reducing pollution at the Port of Long Beach.
It is hard to believe that Venezuela’s container import business could get any worse — but it has done just that in 2016.
Trucking companies of all types are being driven to take new and sometimes rough routes, as the growth of e-commerce, shifting consumer spending patterns, new regulations and technology create new challenges.
Hanjin Shipping on Thursday submitted its plan to boost liquidity to the Korea Development Bank.