The Federal Maritime Commission, including William P. Doyle, commissioner of the transportation agency, has voted to take no further action to delay the effective date of the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement amendment to include westbound trans-Pacific trade.
Westbound Transpacific Stabilization Agreement
03 Apr 2013
Brian Conrad, executive administrator of the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement, explains why the TSA is being expanded to include the westbound trans-Pacific market.
03 Apr 2013
A combination of market indicators and forward bookings are pointing toward the early stages of an upswing in cargo volume on trans-Pacific trade routes, justifying the latest round of rate increases that took effect on April 1...
06 Feb 2013
27 Nov 2012
Members of the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement filed an amendment with the U.S.
05 Nov 2012
After a brutal summer that saw exports to Asia soften and freight rates deteriorate steadily, trans-Pacific cargo volumes began to pick up in early October.
04 Sep 2012
Container shipping lines in the Westbound Transpacific Stabilization Agreement have announced a recommended Oct.
31 Aug 2012
Shipping lines that carry U.S.
24 Aug 2012
APL Ltd. will discontinue its membership in the carrier discussion group in the westbound trade between the U.S. and Asia effective Sept. 1.
12 Jul 2012
01 Jun 2012
Shipping lines in the westbound Pacific intend to increase their rates on dry cargo exports to Asia by $50 per 40-foot container from California ports and $100 per FEU from the Pacific Northwest and i