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Port of Shanghai
12 Mar 2014
Carriers’ schedule reliability from Shanghai to Oakland, Calif., showed the greatest variation in eastbound Asia-to-Southern California route performances...
05 Dec 2013
The majority of public comments sent to the Federal Maritime Commission regarding the proposed P3 Network were supportive of the vessel-sharing alliance among the world’s three largest global container lines.
MOL Comfort. Photo courtesy gCaptain.
11 Jul 2013
Average spot rates on the Asia-Europe trade held onto most of the general rate increase that took effect on July 1, in part because the wreck of the MOL Comfort has taken some vessel capacity out of the trade.
12 Apr 2013
Hyundai Merchant Marine has launched a refrigerated on-board temperature monitoring service, which allows its customers to check a reefer container’s temperature and thusly ensure the stability and safety of the its inner cargo.
12 Oct 2012
Maersk Line will scrap one of its Asia-Europe services and suspend a second loop in the face of persistent overcapacity a
11 May 2012
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines announced a new service to Seattle with its New World Alliance partners.
09 Feb 2012
Vessel layups and new shipping alliances will help push up container shipping freight rates in coming months but many operators still will struggle to return to profitability, one analyst.
19 Jan 2012
The New World Alliance, consisting of three Asian ocean container carriers, will begin a service connecting north Europe and the U.K. with the U.S. East Coast and Panama at the end of February.
20 Dec 2011
Members of the New World and Grand alliances, moving to match the expansion of larger rivals, said Tuesday they will forge a new vessel-sharing alliance operating 90 vessels on Asia-Europe trade lanes
13 Jul 2011
Spot container freight rates from Asia to the United States plunged dropping 6.7 percent over the past week, a new sign that excess vessel capacity is eroding rates, according to Drewry Shipping Consu
18 Jan 2011
Ocean shipping lines that have kept vessel capacity at peak-season levels through January are starting to announce cuts to take effect after the Lunar New Year.
12 Jan 2011
The Federal Maritime Commission is ordering three global vessel alliances to provide more timely reports on changes in vessel capacity in the U.S. trades.
13 Dec 2010
The New World Alliance plans to introduce its first direct container ship service from Vietnam to North Europe in January, a significant addition to Vietnam's new Cai Mep International Terminal.