Maritime News

United Arab Shipping Company’s shareholders today voted for a merger with German carrier Hapag-Lloyd

The state of U.S. freight growth in 2016 and perhaps next year hangs on inventories.

Zim Integrated Shipping Services might join the 2M Alliance.

The impact of the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union is expected to be muted.

Hyundai Merchant Marine’s creditors have extended a suspension of debt repayments that was to expire Wednesday.

How containers moving to on-dock ramps will be weighed is still being worked out just days before the rule takes effect Friday.

Can the notoriously complicated, not to mention technologically hidebound, freight forwarding industry be turned into a streamlined, digitally driven paragon of efficiency?

The not-so-unexpected announcement from the Danish container line was made just as ports, marine terminals and container lines are coming closer to creating a system that will use pre-existing weighing processes to alleviate the burden on U.S. exporters.

U.S. importers are worried about their cargo being rolled this peak season.

Hapag-Lloyd Tuesday said it had reached an agreement on the terms and conditions of a merger with United Arab Shipping Co.