Videos

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FTR Associates’ Larry Gross says industrial demand is fueling the relatively strong showing in U.S. shipping this fall, but tight capacity is likely to drive up shipper costs in 2012.
Ron Widdows, senior advisor to Neptune Orient Lines, says container lines will have to reduce capacity to sustain freight rates and get away from the 'destructive behavior' that is feeding steep losse
Anthony Hatch, transportation analyst with ABH Consulting, discusses his forecast for intermodal in the upcoming peak season and also gives his final comments after attending RailTrends 2011 in New Yo
Benjamin Gibson, a freight derivatives broker for Clarkson Securities, in the U.K., talks about derivatives trading in the container shipping industry, why he thinks volatility in freight rates will l
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Troy Shortell, senior vice president of HAVI Logistics in Shanghai, discusses how his company maintains a high standard of food quality and safety in the fast food chians they service, and how to driv
Wade Elliott, senior director of marketing at the Tampa Port Authority, discusses working in conjunction with the ports of Houston and Mobile on new opportunities, and what challenges his port faces i
Jorge Sanchez, head of the agricultural trade office in Guangzhou for the USDA's Foreign Agriculture Service, speaks at the TPM Asia conference in Shenzhen on the steps U.S.
Thue Barfod, refrigerated container business development manager at Maersk Line Hong Kong, discusses Maersk's new no-show clause with Stephanie Nall of Cool Cargoes while attending TPM Asia in Shenzhe
John Moseley, general manager of trade management at the Port of Houston Authority, gives his thoughts on the progress of the Panama Canal expansion project and offers his predictions for the industry
Rolf Habben-Jansen, CEO of Damco International in Denmark, discusses whether he thinks ship capacity will be withdrawn in 2012 and how that may affect the industry.
Johnson Leung, senior vice president for transport analysis for Jefferies, Hong Kong, looks at this year's disappointing peak season, gives his forecast for 2012, and offers his opinion on how carrier
Bjorn Vang Jensen, vice president of Global Logistics for Electrolux, Singapore, gives his assessment on what he says was a lack of a peak season, and talks about how shipper/carrier relations have ch
Brian Conrad, executive administrator for the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement, USA, discusses his thoughts on how the 2011 peak season went, whether 2011 is a lost year for ocean carriers, and wh
Zhang Ye, president of the Shanghai Shipping Exchange, discusses what role he sees the exchange playing in the future of the world shipping market. Mr. Zhang's interpreter is Yuan Zeng of the U.S.
Maersk Line CEO Eivind Kolding discusses the carrier's new daily Asia-Europe service, which consists of 70 post-Panamax ships leaving from four Asian ports everyday, with the same cut-off time at all