Maritime News

The US Maritime Administration will provide $4.64 million in “marine highway” grants for five existing or proposed container-on-barge services.

Trans-Pacific eastbound spot rates are building despite the “unpredictable” market, but the Hanjin effect is ebbing



The International Maritime Organization ruling avoids the creation of a patchwork of different national rules for sulfur in vessel fuel.

Shippers may end up paying higher rates via fuel surcharges depending on how well the oil industry can meet demand for low sulfur fuel.

Terminal operators and stevedores make up the second-largest group of organizations making financial claims against bankrupt Hanjin Shipping.

The fleet of idle container ships is racing to an all-time high.

Anxiety over the staying power of container lines after the Hanjin Shipping collapse is thick among beneficial cargo owners, vendors, and the container lines.

Star Reefers sank into the red in the third quarter as the Norwegian refrigerated shipping line faced intense pressure from container lines.

A federal judge on Tuesday allowed a chassis company to terminate leases with Hanjin Shipping.

Costamare said it has delayed the delivery of four container ships.

Hanjin Shipping is negotiating with the terminal operating subsidiary of Mediterranean Shipping Co. to purchase its TTI terminal in Long Beach, but MSC has a minimum annual financial commitment at another terminal in the port.