CMA CGM, Maersk Line, Hamburg Süd, CSAV, China Shipping Container Lines and Hanjin will restructure their services between the Far East and South America’s east coast by launching three joint services in July.
15 May 2013
German ocean carrier Hamburg Süd today ruled out an early revival of stalled merger talks with its rival Hapag-Lloyd as it announced a modest improvement in its 2012 results.
06 May 2013
Container lines CMA CGM, MSC, Maersk Line and Hamburg Süd have met to discuss the threat of piracy in the Gulf of Aden, the Indian Ocean and West Africa.
30 Apr 2013
Hamburg Süd will no longer serve as a provider of chassis to shippers for cargo moving under merchant’s haulage through area terminals and depots in the Norfolk, Va., area, starting July 1.
10 Apr 2013
Hamburg Süd will hike rates for all cargo moving from the west coast of the U.S. and Canada to Australia and New Zealand, effective June 1.
09 Apr 2013
The city of Hamburg, Germany, is pushing for Hapag-Lloyd and Hamburg Süd to resume merger talks to increase its chances of surviving a four-year slump in the sector, according to a city official, Reuters reports.
03 Apr 2013
There’s been no shortage of market-defining action in the first three months of 2013. Who's up and who's down?
03 Apr 2013
Hamburg Süd will boost rates on all cargo moving southbound from or via U.S. Gulf Coast ports to Colombia and South America’s west coast, starting May 1.
28 Mar 2013
Previously operated under the Liberian flag, the 7,100 20-foot-equivalent unit Santa Cruz container ship, operated by Hamburg Süd on its trade from Europe to South America’s east coast, has been entered into Luxembourg’s shipping register.
27 Mar 2013
Hamburg Süd has reinstated La Guaira, Venezuela, as a direct call on its weekly Florida-ABC Islands/Venezuela service, which connects Florida, Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao and Venezuela.
27 Mar 2013
Hamburg Sud has announced rate increases for three trade lanes that will take effect on or after April 1, on the basis of bill of lading dates...
25 Mar 2013
The news that Hapag-Lloyd and Hamburg Sud have walked away from a merger that would have created the world’s fourth-largest ocean carrier didn’t come as a major shock to rival container lines or industry watchers.