Mitsui O.S.K. Lines is testing a container ship windshield that the Japanese carrier hopes will reduce wind resistance, save fuel, and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by an average of 2 percent.
Sluggish global demand has made this a rough year for U.S. exporters, with no quick recovery in sight.
The Port of New York and New Jersey has introduced a central web portal to enable truckers and shippers to check container availability, export booking status and other information before drayage...
TOTE launched the second of two liquefied natural gas-powered container ships that the company’s Sea Star Line subsidiary will operate between the U.S. mainland and Puerto Rico.
CMA CGM ‘s second quarter net profit jumped 66.7 percent as rising volumes and lower costs driven by oil prices offset a 7.8 percent drop in average revenue per container.
The California Trucking Association tied its support of truck appointments at Los Angeles-Long Beach container terminals to creation of port-wide metrics to gauge the appointments’ effectiveness.
Global terminal operator DP World reported a 22 percent increase in net profit during the first half of 2015 but said it expects growth to slow amid a “challenging” global economy during the rest of...
The U.S. Coast Guard said that “out of an abundance of caution,” it will monitor arriving ships and containers that were in Tianjin when the Chinese port was rocked by explosions earlier on Aug. 12
Container shipping between the Mediterranean and North America has turned into a largely one-way trade, creating financial losses for carriers and forcing them to consider drastic capacity cuts.
A reported crack in the concrete of one of the Panama Canal’s new locks has raised concerns about a potential delay of the canal’s scheduled expansion next year.
CMA CGM said it will temporarily suspend its Liberty Solo service, the smallest of the carrier’s four services between North Europe and the U.S. East Coast.