Europe

26 Sep 2016
Denmark-based DONG Energy plans to build in northeast England what it says will be the world’s largest support facility for offshore wind energy.
Few shippers see prices going up substantially this year, and some say the rates won’t change until at least April, when the new carrier alliances take effect.
17 Aug 2016
The dramatic descent of spot prices to five-year lows in both directions on the trans-Atlantic shipping route has sparked questions about how low the price can go, and if the once sleepy, stable route has changed.
Traffic declines at the port of Hamburg, pictured, through 2015 cost the port its position as the second-busiest in Europe.
16 Aug 2016
Hamburg has finally pulled out of the container slump.
15 Aug 2016
The automated truck won't arrive overnight, but evolve over time, as individual components prove themselves, Kenworth executives say.
11 Aug 2016
A customs change that would have forced shippers to divert cargo away from the port of St. Petersburg has been suspended.
10 Aug 2016
The Chinese conglomerate will pay an additional 88 million euros for the extra 16 percent stake in Greece’s largest port.
09 Aug 2016
Fesco’s first-half profit more than halved.
The acquisition of UTi Worlwide made DSV the world’s fourth-largest freight forwarder and the benefits of the deal are being felt sooner than anticipated.
05 Aug 2016
DSV’s second-quarter profit rose as it “neutralized” the operating deficit of recently acquired UTi Worldwide.
03 Aug 2016
XPO's North American LTL operations, the former Con-way, led the company's drive to its first quarterly net profit.
Traffic and profit at Finnlines rose in the second quarter and the company expects its strong performance to continue thanks to variety of initiatives already underway.
01 Aug 2016
Finnlines posted its best second-quarter result ever.
29 Jul 2016
Spot rates will end the month of July almost where they began after another big bounce.