Maritime News

Inland barges are facing long delays at the Rotterdam World Gateway Terminal.

Costamare is one of the leading charter ship owners, with a fleet of 72 vessels.

Hapag-Lloyd joins group of carriers that charge for refrigerated container gensets.

“This is an important strategic milestone and a big step forward for Hapag-Lloyd.”

“The first quarter was in line with our expectations.”

According to analysts, low freight demand, overcapacity, and the consequent tightening of profit margins has placed shipbuilding on a sort of hiatus, but it won't last.

The launch of the new BBC Euro-Gulf Express Line follows BBC’s addition this month of westbound capacity on its Mediterranean-America service.

The Swedish government is coming under increasing pressure to intervene in the year-long industrial dispute at APM Terminals Gothenburg.

Shippers using CMA CGM on the North Europe-Middle East-India trade will face a container booking cancellation fee from June 1.

Such a move already has support on Capitol Hill, where lawmakers have been weighing options to strengthen Federal Maritime Commission safeguards against collusion among carriers in the world’s three major VSAs.