Shippers and the Directorate of General of Shipping are unhappy with how some container terminals have been handling container weighing to comply with SOLAS.
India’s maritime administrator is showing no sign of backing down from its previous diktat barring container terminal operators from offering container weighing services on-site for a fee.

The port of Murmansk, pictured, is used mostly for coal, but a government policy could change that and increase the amount of containers it handles.
Shippers are welcoming a Russian government plan that could save them thousands of dollars and up to a week in transit time.

Wheat production is expected to rise 13 percent year-over-year in 2016 as other crops are also expected to come in above 2015 levels.

U.S. exporters are bracing for what could be another historic harvest this year.


Trucking companies and freight shippers shouldn't expect a "rally" or "retreat" but a very slow rebound.

Maersk Line launched a new feeder service to the western Chinese port city of Yibin.

Eimskip is working to expand its global presence and pad its bottom line through acquisitions and space-sharing agreements.
Eimskip is on the acquisition trail again.

Traffic at Eurokai's German terminals, such as this one at Bremerhaven, grew at an unexpectedly brisk pace in the first half.
Eurokai’s first-half profit surged, but the leading pan-European container terminal operator warned the industry faces an uncertain future.

Volatile Asia-Europe freight rates don't help anyone in the market, shippers say.

There is a glimmer of light at the end of the Hanjin tunnel as its main charterer agrees to a deal and foreign banks delay debt repayments.

With ample room for expansion, Hoegh Autoliners chooses the Texas port for U.S. ro-ro imports and exports.