Maritime News

Sources invovled in container shipping and intermodal rail have told JOC.com that decision will be up to the individual container lines and could very well vary carrier by carrier.


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.

Battling a liquidity crisis, the company must cut costs to remain operational.

The new rule’s rollout is just days away, but guidance from operating ports, carriers, terminal operators and nation states has been variable and prone to change.

CMA CGM will delist its shares of NOL on the Singapore stock exchange after crossing the 90 percent ownership threshold.

Hyundai Merchant Marine discussions with Maersk Line and Mediterranean Shipping Co. to join their 2M Alliance could indicate any number of scenarios.

Berth congestion at the Port of Yangon has eased, but congestion in container yards remains a serious problem.