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.
10 Sep 2021
With their profitability now firmly established, carriers appear to be placing renewed vigor into growing their contracted cargo base.
10 Sep 2021
Asset providers say it will be difficult in the short term to satisfy the transportation requirements needed to handle growing cargo volumes in Southern California.
09 Sep 2021
Although monthly year-over-year import growth will be minimal during the peak season, import volumes will still be at near-record levels as they are benchmarked off of unusually large volumes in the second half of 2020.
09 Sep 2021
The tight space and delayed shipments affecting European shippers are being driven by capacity-side issues, with increasing levels of deployed capacity effectively cut back by supply chain bottlenecks.
07 Sep 2021
Smaller carriers have been able to shake off pre-pandemic losses and enjoy the profitability once reserved for the largest carriers that have the size to cut unit costs and offset low-rate levels.
03 Sep 2021
Digitalization of the industry is more than just an IT project, and needs greater corporate buy-in from executives in corner offices on the top floor all the way down to workers on the ground, according to Webcargo.
03 Sep 2021
Los Angeles-Long Beach terminal operators are pulling out all stops to handle a record 20 million TEU of laden and empty containers this year with the peak season now in full swing.
02 Sep 2021
Carriers keep building their fast-growing orderbooks, with OOCL adding another 10 vessels to the already significant capacity the Cosco Shipping subsidiary has on order.
01 Sep 2021
With trust between carriers and their customers at an all-time low in a highly unstable container shipping market, there is growing interest from all parties in the multiyear, two-way contracts enabled by the NYSHEX platform.
01 Sep 2021
Fenix Marine Service’s new crane order is the next step in the terminal’s expansion plans to increase throughput capacity and improve productivity as the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach grapple with congestion in another year of record container volumes.