International Transportation Regulations

23 Jan 2017
Private marine terminal operators in Brazil will benefit from two changes likely to become law.
19 Jan 2017
Nigeria’s ports boss has committed to making 2017 a turning point for the competitiveness of the country’s ports sector.
09 Jan 2017
Port of Vancouver president and CEO Robin Silvester has called the government-led push “a threat."
05 Jan 2017
Although requirements were already mandatory at some ports in 2016, enforcement was limited.
28 Dec 2016
Indian maritime authorities have backed down from their pledge to abolish all shipping surcharges following stiff resistance from container lines.
27 Dec 2016
Shippers have asked Russia’s competition regulator to investigate what they describe as a system of bribes and close business ties that results in some shippers receiving better treatment than others.
14 Dec 2016
In another big-ticket reform initiative, India’s union cabinet on Wednesday approved new legislation meant to transform major, or public, ports into independent companies.
08 Dec 2016
Europe’s private port and terminal operators have called for “clear and stable” regulations to ensure adequate returns on their investments in an increasingly unsustainable market.
07 Dec 2016
Maersk Line’s acquisition of Hamburg Sud will likely force it to sell its Brazilian flag operation Mercosul Line, which could open the door to CMA CGM or Mediterranean Shipping Co. to enter the closed Brazilian coastal shipping market.
07 Dec 2016
Global container lines found guilty of cartel practices in the Russian market are seeking a settlement with Russian authorities in an attempt to avoid multi-million dollar fines.
01 Dec 2016
Indian shippers and stakeholders have a further four-month grace period to be fully compliant with the Safety of Life at Sea, or SOLAS, verified gross mass mandate.
29 Nov 2016
Russia’s competition authorities are weighing punishments for road and rail operators found guilty of anticompetitive practices.