Maritime News

The New York Stock Exchange-listed company’s operating revenue shrank by almost $70 million.


An unfamiliar mood of optimism appears to have entered the container shipping industry, a feeling that has been absent for years.


The announcement helps to fill critical gaps in market knowledge about port pairs and services of the new vessel-sharing agreements.

Eimskip said it has 15 working days to reply to the preliminary objection.

Heavy-lift vessels have faced a challenging market owing to the low oil price combined with a shift to subsea installation.

Hutchison Port Holdings Trust CEO Gerry Yim tells JOC.com how the launching of new alliances will impact the core facilities of his company.

Container lines are preparing March 1 rate hikes in anticipation of improving demand into the second quarter.


The lack of detail in the schedules of the two mega-carrier alliances launching on April 1 is causing “planning headaches."

Retailers and large direct importers urge restraint in interpreting the January import numbers.

Maersk Line is assessing whether the Vietnamese terminal at Cai Mep can be added to a regular Asia-North Europe schedule in the 2M Alliance.