China

China

24 Sep 2021
Pinched at both Asian load ports and US receiving ports, trans-Pacific carriers in August registered their fourth consecutive month of deteriorating on-time performance.
24 Sep 2021
There is a growing spread between the highest and lowest spot rates as cargo owners fight for limited space on the trans-Pacific and Asia-Europe trades.
24 Sep 2021
Delays in Vietnamese production amid sky-high consumer demand in North America could create a surge in volume when factories reopen, putting even more pressure on already overwhelmed trans-Pacific supply chains.
23 Sep 2021
With the number of ships at anchor growing at Shanghai, Ningbo, and in Southern California, the delays at Chinese origins will ripple through supply chains, raising the risk of another wave of structural blank sailings.
23 Sep 2021
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and their terminal operators seek quick relief from congestion problems as vessel bunching reaches historic levels.
21 Sep 2021
Worsening port and inland logistics bottlenecks are driving shippers from ocean into the air, increasing rates and kickstarting an early air freight peak season.
21 Sep 2021
Chinese state-owned Cosco Shipping Ports has expanded its European footprint with the addition of a minority stake in a Hamburg terminal.
17 Sep 2021
Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach announce new measures and incentives to speed cargo velocity as near-record freight volumes show no signs of slowing and congestion mounts.
17 Sep 2021
European regulators will find it increasingly hard to ignore complaints from shippers that supply chain delays and record transport prices are hurting their business, say shipper groups.
15 Sep 2021
The failure of importers to move their containers from the docks to their warehouses in a timely manner is the root cause of congestion at both East and West coast ports, terminal operators say.
14 Sep 2021
Vessel bunching at US ports and unprecedented bottlenecks landside will continue to cripple the US supply chain because a “fantastic peak” of imports from Asia shows no signs of abating for at least six months, according to industry analysts.