Europe

27 Sep 2016
A prominent Russian maritime lawyer said the companies should appeal the decision in the hopes of having the decision overturned.
13 Sep 2016
DB Cargo's second contract to move cargo between Germany and China rail this month underscores the rising popularity of this niche market competing against the dominant Asia-Europe sea route.
11 Sep 2016
Maersk Group, owner of the world’s largest container shipping company, could turn the industry upside-down with a strategic review that has European and global transportation interests buzzing about a possible breakup of the Danish conglomerate.
Global Ports' terminals, such as the one in Vostochnya, pictured, have not yet registered gains from the slight growth in Russia's container trade.
09 Sep 2016
Global Ports’ container traffic slumped in the first half.
09 Sep 2016
Asia-Med spot rates up as Hanjin effect helps lift the market.
Getting stranded Hanjin Shipping containers out of ECT in Rotterdam, such as this one pictured on an automated vehicle at the terminal, just got a whole lot cheaper for shippers. Credit: Paul Henriquez
08 Sep 2016
ECT, a leading Rotterdam terminal operator, has slashed charges for releasing containers unloaded from ailing Hanjin Shipping’s vessels.
As shippers grapple with container lines, terminals and others to secure their Hanjin Cargo, they may also have to make changes to US Customs documentation.
07 Sep 2016
US Customs and Border Protection is the second US federal agency to issue guidance to shippers and other industry stakeholders after the shipping giant filed for court receivership in Korea and later applied for Chapter 15 bankruptcy in the United States last week.
07 Sep 2016
HHLA, the largest terminal operator in Hamburg, Europe’s third-largest port, has exercised an option for three more ship-to-shore cranes.
07 Sep 2016
A British court has granted Hanjin Shipping’s request for bankruptcy protection it received in South Korea to be recognized in the United Kingdom.
05 Sep 2016
The new partnership with Summa will also focus on developing and implementing “cutting-edge” freight delivery and port processing technologies, Dubai-based DP World said.
05 Sep 2016
European shippers and freight forwarders are stepping up efforts to stop ports and terminals demanding “excessive” fees to release containers unloaded from the vessels of Hanjin Shipping.