NYK Line’s roll-on, roll-off cargo price-fixing woes continued Monday.
DP World Australia Completes Next Phase of TOS Standardization & Centralization with Navis N4 Go-Live in Melbourne
26 Nov 2015
CMA CGM said it is upgrading its New Europe Mascarene Oceania service by adding new port calls, starting in early December.
26 Nov 2015
Australia’s government is considering a block exemption to the competition law for liner shipping in a move that has been cautiously welcomed by Shipping Australia, the industry’s national association.
23 Nov 2015
The Asia-Australia container trade is facing capacity cuts and service withdrawals in the next few months that should give added impetus to rising freight rates that have been increasing since mid-year on a better supply-demand balance.
18 Nov 2015
Dock workers in Australia’s two major port gateways are preparing to return to work just over 100 days after mass firings by global terminal operator Hutchison set off spirited labor protests.
16 Nov 2015
Half a year after acquiring Australia logistics giant Toll Holdings Ltd., Japan Post Holdings Co.'s mail and logistics unit is in a better financial position than it was at the same time a year ago, but still finds itself bleeding red ink.
09 Nov 2015
A look at how the Top 50 Global Transportation Providers break down by continent and regional revenue.
02 Nov 2015
Australia logistics firm Qube Holdings' $1.2 billion raid on Asciano, whose Patrick subsidiary is the country’s largest stevedore, has the blessing of shipping industry players and sounds the death knell to Canada management group Brookfield’s $6.4 billion takeover bid.
14 Oct 2015
Container carrier APL announced it is upgrading its New Zealand Express, or NZE, service by adding a direct northbound call at Brisbane, Australia.
08 Oct 2015
Shipping Australia Limited is betting the Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade deal will be a boon for the Australian reefer trade, which the country hopes will offset the trade losses sustained after the commodity bust.
08 Oct 2015
Hutchison Ports Australia (HPA) and the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) today agreed to extend conciliation talks until November as both sides try to find a way out of a bitter dispute that exploded after 97 workers were fired in early August.