With container carriers diverting calls away from congested ports in India, exporters looking to take advantage of peak season demand have been forced to reconfigure their shipment plans.
Danish delegation led by Minister for Trade and Economic Affairs, Denmark visits APM Terminals CFS facility in Dadri
21 Oct 2021
The inauguration of HMM’s Far East-India-Latin America service comes as freight rates between Asia and Brazil are at a record high of around $13,000/FEU.
15 Oct 2021
The average cost to ship an FEU from India’s main container ports to the US East and West coasts is now hovering near $14,000 for low-volume customers.
08 Oct 2021
A new routing through Jebel Ali builds on a string of additional capacity deployments by foreign mainliners active out of Indian trades, with the US route being the most sought-after bet.
24 Sep 2021
India’s latest regulatory action puts the spotlight on greater transparency into logistics costs, the subject of protracted and acrimonious debate between transport service providers and cargo interests.
23 Sep 2021
The latest move to tap into India’s export growth comes via a vessel-sharing deal between four regional carriers predominantly operating on intra-Asia trades.
22 Sep 2021
With a declared transit time of 21 days from India’s JNPT to Norfolk, the new string boasts the fastest connection on the booming trade route, with the first westbound sailing scheduled for Oct. 25.
17 Sep 2021
While the issue of container booking cancellations and no-shows is nothing new in the shipping arena, CMA CGM’s surcharge appears to be the first known case in the current acutely imbalanced market scenario.
07 Sep 2021
The addition of Halifax reflects MSC’s bullish assessment of India’s export outlook, with elevated sourcing from North American markets being a major contributing factor to a stronger-than-expected volume rebound.
23 Aug 2021
Block train activity has lately become a hot carrier play as operators active out of India work to deftly manage available capacity in an elevated freight market.
19 Aug 2021
The shortage of boxes has put a big drag on Indian exports, which began to rebound sequentially since the middle of last year and have remained stronger into 2021.
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