Europe

Europe

26 Dec 2014
After a year of surging sales of foodstuffs to Russia owing to economic sanctions imposed by the U.S. and European Union and retaliatory actions by Russia, Brazil is now possibly the largest supplier of food to Russia, according to the SovEcon consultancy.
05 Dec 2014
Multiple container lines plan to attempt general rate increases in numerous trade lanes in December and January, although any gains achieved could be temporary as overcapacity and sluggish global demand continue.
04 Dec 2014
Logistics is a booming business in the Belgian city of Genk, not far from the Dutch and German borders and home to the newest Menlo Logistics distribution center in Europe.
04 Dec 2014
Spot rates for containers heading from Asia to Europe dropped an additional 15 percent this week, sinking to 19-month low.
04 Dec 2014
London — A 24-hour strike on Dec.
03 Dec 2014
Maersk Line and Mediterranean Shipping Co. today unveiled their finalized east-west network for their 2M Alliance, just months before the alliance is slated to begin operating.
02 Dec 2014
Ongoing congestion at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach continued to hurt the schedule of reliability of carriers calling the largest port complex in the Americas last month, according to SeaIntel Maritime Analysis’ latest Global Liner Performance Report.
02 Dec 2014
Japan and Turkey have kicked off negotiations on a bilateral free trade agreement, as Tokyo sees the newly industrialized country as a potentially lucrative market and strategic gateway to other markets in Europe, the Middle East and elsewhere.
02 Dec 2014
Fesco, the Russian transport group, posted higher revenue and earnings in the third quarter as double digit growth in rail and port traffic, and deep sea container volumes offset the negative impact of a weaker rouble.
01 Dec 2014
Eurasian Economic Union and Mercosur officials met last week to see how members could strengthen trade relations and increase the movement of goods between trade blocs.
30 Nov 2014
The launching of China-Europe rail services on the southern route via Kazakhstan has been hogging the headlines recently, but moves are underway to further develop the northern link through Russia.