Europe

Europe

20 Nov 2019
Adding value to both carrier and shipper will be a key criteria of the forwarding business model over the next decade.
20 Nov 2019
Another public consultation has been opened into the container shipping block exemption regulation, which the European Commission has proposed renewing for four years.
15 Nov 2019
Maersk continues to improve its profitability, helped by falling bunker prices and a greater focus on capacity management.
14 Nov 2019
German carrier Hapag-Lloyd saw its volume fall slightly through the peak season, but managed to get rates to move up despite the weak shipping environment.
12 Nov 2019
The latest Toepfer Multipurpose Index shows the project and breakbulk sector holding its breath as the effects of IMO 2020 begin to play out.
08 Nov 2019
The spot rate on Asia-North Europe has risen for three consecutive weeks, with expectations that demand could begin to improve later in November as cargo moves ahead of an early Chinese New Year.
08 Nov 2019
The shortage of slots for all-cargo flights cost Amsterdam Schiphol airport heavily in the first nine months of the year.
06 Nov 2019
As expected, greater clarity is emerging around the low-sulfur surcharge and how it will apply to shippers in cost-per-container terms as carriers get ready to queue up at the pumps.
06 Nov 2019
Carriers that do not have a significant number of their vessels equipped with scrubbers could be at a cost disadvantage as shipping prepares to comply with the IMO 2020 sulfur cap.
06 Nov 2019
Shipment management software provider CargoSmart has tested a connection between a Hong Kong banking platform and shipment data provided by terminals and container lines to speed approval of trade finance processes and expand the range of shippers who can receive financing services.
05 Nov 2019
The rail freight transit times from China to Europe are shortening as forwarders adjust service routes to avoid bottlenecks at major train transfer hubs.