The government of India has announced more port tariff incentives to get roll-on, roll-off shippers to use coastal shipping more.
Maersk Group will be reorganized into two separate divisions, with the synergy efforts expected to deliver cost savings of around $600 million over the next three years.
Transportation and logistics firms are seeking to capitalize on new business opportunities emerging in Indonesia.
Hanjin Shipping’s bankruptcy filing has once again exposed how fragile the new chassis regime is in the United States.
The Port of Houston Authority said Hanjin Shipping had agreed to pay terminal charges to clear the way for the port authority’s release of 380 Hanjin containers.
The Port of Virginia has cleared the way for the port to begin work doubling capacity at a deep-sea container terminal where space has been tight as traffic has increased on the Virginia waterfront.
The failure of Hanjin Shipping has raised profound questions regarding the risks of ocean container transportation in corporate boardrooms throughout the world.
Growth in trans-Pacific volumes has been fairly static this year for non-vessel-operating common carriers, but consolidation, new alliances, and Hanjin’s collapse present new opportunities.
Russia’s competition watchdog will split the denomination of tariffs for stevedoring into the local ruble and the US dollar.
The US Department of Transportation laid down guidelines this week for manufacturers of automated vehicles that provide a clearer path forward for autonomous trucks.