Europe

Europe

27 Jan 2022
The timeline for the withdrawal of China-Europe rail network subsidies remains unclear, but with rates at such high levels, forwarders are wondering whether it even matters.
27 Jan 2022
A strategic takeover by Xeneta will give shippers active in the volatile air freight market access to dynamic load factors, capacity, and rate information.
26 Jan 2022
Port congestion across the world’s key trade lanes is tying up capacity and destroying the schedule reliability of vessels, with global on-time performance hitting a record low last month.
26 Jan 2022
The freight volumes that have stressed the Asia-Europe rail trade for the past 10 months after shifting from the congested and costly air and ocean markets have begun to ease ahead of Chinese New Year.
26 Jan 2022
A need for mid-market forwarders to compete with digital upstarts and well-capitalized incumbents has fueled a new round of investment into Logixboard’s customer interface-focused model.
25 Jan 2022
Carriers have yet to report their full-year 2021 financial results, but congested supply chains and highly elevated rate levels will keep the profitability spigot wide open through 2022.
25 Jan 2022
San Francisco-based Passport said it will use $39 million in new funding to expand its outbound parcel platform for US e-commerce sellers looking to manage logistics and trade compliance on international orders.
24 Jan 2022
As the offshore wind buildout gains momentum, logistics providers are adapting European models to meet the specific needs and constraints of the US market.
24 Jan 2022
Hong Kong-based container carrier OOCL saw significant increases in freight rates and per container revenues thanks to supply chain disruption across key origin and destination markets.
24 Jan 2022
Container shipping’s global group has objected to proposed amendments in Europe’s emissions trading system that it believes undermine the polluter-pays principle.
21 Jan 2022
Container line members of the Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA) are not adopting the very standards they have set out to develop, speakers said during a JOC webcast last week.