- Maersk, Hapag-Lloyd put shippers on notice ahead of European ETS surcharges
- Pandemic, shipping reform boost caseload for harried FMC
- Estes wins battle to control sale of Yellow terminals amid tightening LTL capacity
- LA-LB must do more to reduce port emissions despite 2022 declines: regulator
- August volume boost, FAK rate revisions drive India-Europe rates higher
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Maersk, Hapag-Lloyd put shippers on notice ahead of European ETS surcharges
The phased implementation of Europe’s emissions trading system on the shipping industry beginning next year will generate significant costs for carriers that will be passed on to customers in the form of new charges.
Pandemic, shipping reform boost caseload for harried FMC
Shippers more than tripled their formal complaints in fiscal year 2022, emboldened by the maritime regulator’s sharpened focus on how ocean carriers interact with their customers.