Horizon Lines

Horizon Lines reported a $29.8 million net loss for the second quarter but th

Horizon Lines said its first quarter loss on continuing operations narro

It’s been a wild year for Horizon Lines and Stephen H. Fraser, the executive who has led the largest Jones Act container line from the brink of bankruptcy to relative stability.

More than three dozen customers of Sea Star Line and Crowley Liner services have filed a triple-damage antitrust lawsuit against the carriers, their parent companies and a former company official.

Horizon Lines has completed transactions that reduce the company’s net deb

Horizon Lines said Tuesday it expects to report a fourth quarter loss of $6.4 million from continuing operations basis on a GAAP (general accepted accounting principles) basis, compared with an operat

Horizon Lines said Friday it will raise freight rates on cargo moving between the U.S. and Puerto Rico as of April 1.

Horizon Lines said its operating subsidiary will plead guilty to two counts of providing federal authorities with false vessel oil record-keeping entries on a container ship in the U.S.

Horizon Lines, the largest U.S.-flag domestic ocean carrier, has converted $49.7 million of debt to equity under terms of a

Horizon Lines shareholders approved a 1-for-25 reverse stock split that follows the company’s $652.8 million recapitalization announced in October.

Horizon Lines has agreed to pay $13.75 million to settle claims by all remaining significant shippers who opted out of an antitrust class action settlement over price-fixing in the U.S.

Sea Star Line will plead guilty and pay a $14.2 million criminal fine and the carrier’s former president, Frank Peake, was indicted on a charge of conspiring to fix prices in the U.S.

Container volume at the Port of Long Beach plunged 20.5 percent in October, reflecting the loss of services by

Horizon Lines lost $126.5 million from continuing operations in the third quarter, compared with a $8.2 million net profit a year earlier, but expects its recent refinancing and exit from the trans-Pa

Grand China Shipping has become the latest niche carrier to suspend a trans-Pacific service because of deteriorating conditions in the U.S. import trade from China.

Matson Navigation Co. said it has capacity to handle cargo demand to Guam without adding ships in the wake of Horizon Lines’ cancellation of its trans-Pacific service.

Horizon Lines is discontinuing its money-losing trans-Pacific service, a route that sought to sail in a niche market underneath the scope of larger container lines by linking the U.S.

Horizon Lines’ common stock started trading on the over-the-counter market this week under the ticker symbol HRZL following its trading suspension by the New York Stock Exchange.