Maritime News

Hefty July 1 Asia-Europe GRIs have had the desired effect.


China Cosco Shipping says the Greek government is not living up to its side of the bargain in the deal they struck for the port of Piraeus.


Tom Roth-Roffy, the aggressive investigator in charge of the National Transportation Safety Board El Faro inquiry, has retired midway through the investigation.


A nervous container business is bracing for the new VGM regulations.


Cargo agents in China are being squeezed from both sides as box weighing charges fall in their laps.


United Arab Shipping Company’s shareholders 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.