Germany

Germany

17 Jan 2020
German super-heavy carrier SAL announces C-suite additions and a digitization push as the outlook for 2020 stabilizes.
20 Dec 2019
Harren & Partner, owner of heavy-lift carrier SAL, has purchased three secondhand ships and is also testing an innovative combustion system for retrofitting on other ships in the fleet.
K+N: Greener ocean services don’t always come at a premium
18 Dec 2019
On the east-west trades, some services with higher CO2 emissions come with the same cost and transit time as those services providing a more eco-friendly operation.
26 Nov 2019
If the heavy support of subsidies from China was withdrawn quickly, it is likely only higher-value products would be viable on the China-Europe rail network.
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.
German companies link up to tackle Japan's offshore wind market
12 Nov 2019
Two German companies join forces to work in Japan’s developing wind energy sector as the country scales back its dependence on coal and nuclear power in the wake of the 2011 tsunami and Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster.
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.
01 Nov 2019
Carriers do not plan on carrying any of the costs of complying with the IMO 2020 low-sulfur fuel regulations, and will levy a surcharge on spot rates and shorter contracts.
31 Oct 2019
Hapag-Lloyd will introduce an interim fuel surcharge to cover the volatile transition period as the carrier switch over to low-sulfur fuel in December.
28 Oct 2019
Europe’s largest inland port is about to become even bigger as it partners with an international consortium to develop a new terminal.