Netherlands

Netherlands

Cargo is surging at northern European ports, but it’s not without consequences.
18 Aug 2014
Cargo is surging at northern European ports, but it’s not without consequences.
The price per metric ton for high-sulfur bunker fuel rose less than 2 percent this week, while low-sulfur spot prices per metric ton decreased about 1 percent.
23 Jun 2014
Spot prices for high- and low-sulfur bunker fuel continued to fluctuate this week, after several weeks of marginal losses and gains.
16 Jun 2014
AGRO Merchants Group has been building its portfolio of temperature-controlled warehouse and distribution facilities at nine U.S. and European locations, and CEO Neal Rider says there’s more to come.
16 Jun 2014
Additional intermodal capacity that was added between the port of Rotterdam and Bavaria has been well received and is helping address a capacity shortage.
10 Jun 2014
Container ships with capacities of 10,000 TEUs or greater are more likely to be delayed at European ports than smaller vessels.
03 Jun 2014
Heavy congestion at Europe’s largest container port due to late arrivals other factors could last through the summer.
Ship at the Port of Hamburg
20 May 2014
The Port of Hamburg’s container traffic grew by a market-beating 8 percent in the first quarter.
02 May 2014
The Port of Rotterdam Authority has signed a joint venture with a Brazilian consortium to develop a new deep-sea multi-purpose port in South America’s largest nation.
18 Apr 2014
Container traffic in Rotterdam inched up just 0.3 percent in the first quarter, as Europe’s biggest container hub confronted continuing overcapacity in the Le Havre-to-Hamburg port range and changes in the container shipping sector.
U.S. containerized exports through January 2014. Source: PIERS, the Data Division of JOC Group Inc.
17 Mar 2014
U.S. containerized exports slipped 1.2 percent year-over-year in January to 958,708 TEUs...
Port of Rotterdam
06 Mar 2014
The port of Rotterdam said it’s missing out on almost one million standard containers a year because rival ports in Germany and Belgium, led by Hamburg and Antwerp, receive “unfair” financial support from their governments.