Maritime News

Hanjin Shipping confirmed it remains in negotiations with tonnage providers for lower rates, but wouldn't say much else.

“A journey of nearly 9,000 nautical miles is not quite halfway around the world."

Members of the Coordinadora Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educación teachers' union blockade train tracks in Mexico's Michoacan state.

Angry Mexican teachers are blockading some of the country's railways, leaving thousands of containers stranded.


ALE this month used a specially designed skidding system to load a 30,000-ton jack-up drilling rig onto a barge.

The Brexit will slow U.K. containerized trade in the short term.

Australia’s top container terminal operator will have a new owner in short order.

U.S. exports continue to struggle amid low freight rates and the strong dollar. 


Orient Overseas Container Line moved more containers in the second quarter of 2016 than the same period a year before.

OOCL, its G6 Alliance partners and other ocean carriers can't seem to find the magic formula needed to bring trans-Pacifc capacity in line with demand.
Container lines in the eastbound trans-Pacific this week were unable to hold on to their rate increases of last week.

Asia-Europe spot freight rates continued their steady march down from the year’s high reached on July 1.