Container lines won't be able to scrap themselves out of their excess capacity situation.

Truckers that service the Port of New York and New Jersey are preparing for possible congestion and delays Monday.


Pressure for mergers and acquisitions in the breakbulk sector has increased since mid-2015, as cargo volumes, rates and vessel earnings have plunged.

Facing weakness in their core markets, container and dry bulk carriers are pitching hard for multipurpose vessels’ traditional cargoes.

Hong Kong continues its downward trajectory that has seen volume decline every month since July 2014.


Representatives of the railroad industry and labor unions — many of whom actively opposed the group’s formation in the first place, but nevertheless landed seats at the table — took little time before questioning and criticizing the very existence of the new Port Performance Freight Statistics Working Group.

As US regulators look into shipper detention practices, DAT survey finds many drivers are being delayed.

Ocean Alliance members CMA CGM, COSCO Container Lines, Orient Overseas Container Line and Evergreen Line see major opportunity in deploying more services to the East and West coasts.

The port of Boston moved a step closer being able to handle some of the the larger ships able to traverse the expanded Panama Canal.

Spot rates in the eastbound trans-Pacific got a nice pop this week.