Europe

Europe

DSV flags
30 Jul 2014
DSV today became the latest top 10 freight forwarder to post market-beating growth in ocean container traffic as the consolidation of the fragmented global logistics industry gathers pace.
29 Jul 2014
Facing growing port congestion, the port of Hamburg is implementing a far-reaching plan to better manage truck traffic of containers moving in and out of its terminals.
UPS package vehicle
29 Jul 2014
Strong business demand for package and freight transportation drove volumes and revenue higher at UPS in the second quarter.
AirBridge Cargo Boeing 747-400ERF freighter
29 Jul 2014
AirBridgeCargo Airlines, Russia’s largest scheduled cargo carrier, plans to add more routes and boost frequencies of existing services over the next six months after traffic soared 16 percent to an all-time high in the first half of the year.
29 Jul 2014
Finnlines, a leading Baltic short sea shipping line, today posted its biggest quarterly profit in eight years as it sold surplus ships, axed loss-making routes and disposed of non-core operations.
The price of low-sulfur fuel per metric ton in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, a global indicator of bunker prices, has dropped $46.21 in six weeks.
29 Jul 2014
Spot prices for low-sulfur bunker fuel sank for the sixth straight week last week, a total drop of just over 7 percent.
28 Jul 2014
A rise in traffic from Asia to Mediterranean ports has led to tight capacity and a substantial rise in spot prices.
Containerized U.S. imports rose 6.9 percent year-over-year in June.
28 Jul 2014
U.S. containerized imports in June showed substantial year-over-year growth, as labor negotiations on the West Coast seem to have induced an early ocean container shipping peak season.
TNT truck
28 Jul 2014
TNT Express today posted improved second-quarter results, driven by an ongoing restructuring program, cost cuts and a continued recovery at its previously loss-making Brazilian business.
Port of Rotterdam. Photo: travelfoto / Shutterstock.com
28 Jul 2014
Worsening congestion at the port of Rotterdam has prompted two short sea and feeder shipping lines to impose surcharges of around $100 per container.
Images for weekly wrap-up
26 Jul 2014
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association met for three days this past week without concluding negotiations; at the weekend, the parties announced a week-long recess in the talks. German carrier Hamburg Süd announced plans to acquire the container operations of Chile’s CCNI, in a move resembling the deal between larger competitor Hapag-Lloyd and Chile’s CSAV, and Crowley is reported to be in talks to acquire Horizon Lines’ Puerto Rico assets. Earnings reports by U.S. truckload carriers are pointing to a stronger freight recovery in the United States, though rail service continues to be held back. And on Friday, Anne S. Ferro announced her departure from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration after five years leading the agency.