Maritime News

Maersk is again accepting cargo bookings as it limps towards recovery from a devastating cyber attack.


The long-neglected south Brazilian port of Imbituba has secured its first deep-sea contract in more than two years.

The alarm bells have been ringing for years.

“I’m afraid some of the terminals will suffer catastrophic economic failure over the next few years.”

Hapag-Lloyd has been taken off Standard & Poor’s CreditWatch.

The inability to communicate remains a serious issue, the carrier said.

Gridlock threatens to return to Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust following the so-called “Petya” ransomware attack on Maersk Group’s global systems.

There are some puzzling aspects of the decision by South African competition regulators to reject the proposed merger of the three Japanese carriers.

The passage under the newly raised Bayonne Bridge in the Port of New York and New Jersey of half a dozen ships that could not have made it before the raising of the bridge marks the opening of a new era for the port.

Maersk was among several companies hit by the cyberattack.