International Transportation Regulations

International Transportation Regulations

21 Nov 2014
Hapag-Lloyd and CSAV just need approval from Ukraine and China to merge and create the fourth-largest container lines, after Mexican regulators gave the tie-up the green-light this week.
18 Dec 2013
P3 carriers are betting their proposed network if allowed to proceed in the spring as planned won’t draw the ire of European Union antitrust authorities long after deployment.
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13 Dec 2013
WASHINGTON — The Federal Maritime Commission will hold its regulatory summit focused on carrier alliances on Tuesday in Washington with its counterparts from the European Union and China, but the majority of the summit won’t be open to the public.
11 Dec 2013
WASHINGTON — The Chinese government is expected to clarify its position on the valued-added tax on logistics services that has confused shippers and transport providers since it was imposed Aug. 1.
09 Dec 2013
U.S. and Chinese shipper groups are urging their respective regulators to block the proposed P3 Network, arguing the top three global container lines will reduce competition by controlling too much capacity on major trade lanes.
03 Dec 2013
India’s port regulator Tariff Authority for Major Ports has again deferred its decision on a proposal to increase service rates at the Port of Jawaharlal Nehru until Dec. 31, citing “continuing delays” in procedural requirements that are to be complied with by the port authority.
03 Dec 2013
Federal Maritime Commissioner Richard Lidinsky said the agency will soon stop the clock on its review of the proposed P3 Network, giving him and fellow commissioners enough time to meet with European Union and Chinese regulators on Dec. 17 before determining whether to block the plan.
02 Dec 2013
The Federal Maritime Commission will host European Union and Chinese regulatory officials later this month for a summit on the proposed P3 Network alliance involving the world’s three largest container lines.
02 Dec 2013
Container lines currently use a variety of methods to announce general rate increases, but those tactics could become more regulated in the future...
28 Nov 2013
China says it will attend a summit in Washington in December proposed by the Federal Maritime Commission to discuss the proposed P3 alliance involving the world's three largest container lines, Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Co. and CMA-CGM.