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Container Lines

08 Jan 2017
As a smaller number of ship lines ply the trans-Pacific, shippers may opt for higher rates to avoid risk.
07 Jan 2017
Ports, terminals, carriers, and shippers are preparing for significant challenges that will come from this spring’s shuffling of vessel-sharing agreements.
05 Jan 2017
The last time the WCI composite index exceeded $1,700 per 40-foot-equivalent unit was in March 2015.
05 Jan 2017
From consolidation and alliances to a new president and regulatory environment, 2017 will introduce new challenges and opportunities. In a roundtable discussion with JOC.com, three shippers discuss their biggest concerns in the year ahead.

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Port News

23 Aug 2016
China’s largest port is also the world’s largest, opening a 5.6 million-TEU gap over No. 2 Singapore in 2015.
The port of Singapore, pictured, is the world's busiest, but it is a bit less busy than last year.
10 Aug 2016
Global container traffic will likely grow at the second-slowest rate since 2009.
28 Jul 2016
Slowing global growth, liner overcapacity, and high capital expenditure needs will test the resilience of Asia's ports over the next couple of years.
25 Jul 2016
Plans for the second of six planned inland ports are moving ahead in Georgia, part of an effort to expand the port of Savannah’s intermodal reach into the fast-growing U.S. Southeast market.
new Houston port cranes
15 May 2016
Ports on the U.S. East and Gulf coasts have been deepening their harbors and channels and expanding infrastructure, preparing for the opening of the Panama Canal’s big new locks.
Savannah dredging
14 May 2016
U.S. state governments have allocated substantial amounts to ports within their borders in recent years as a spur to economic development.