Maritime News

Seaspan slumped to a $139 million loss in 2016because of vessel impairments and losses on the disposal of ships.

There is less interest than expected tied to liner ownership in terminals as the new shipping alliances set up their port networks.

Overcapacity will exert significant pricing pressure on the container industry over the next two years.

Compensate carriers for good service and penalize them for rolled cargo, CMA CGM head tells TPM 2017.

Jeremy Nixon presented an update to the TPM 2017 conference on the merger of the container divisions of 'K' Line, MOL, and NYK Line.

A trial shipment completed last week between North Europe and the East Coast of North America is a sign of digitalization’s potential.

Container lines have been emboldened to seek higher service contract rates by a number of factors.

Hapag Lloyd CEO Rolf Habben Jansen said the year is off to a strong start, after the container carrier reported a decline in operating profit in 2016.

The Port of Portland on Monday took its first step toward restoring container service.

No one wants wild swings in freight rates and the pricing model had to change, a panel of top executives tells attendees at TPM.