Greg Knowler

Greg Knowler

An experienced writer and editor with 25 years in journalism, Greg Knowler serves as senior editor for Asia for the JOC.

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Three ocean carriers have decided to temporarily switch US calls to Charleston instead of Savannah as more than 20 vessels are anchored off the Georgia port.

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The congestion at North European hub ports is growing despite relatively flat volume growth compared to pre-pandemic 2019.
IATA has moved to standardize the handling procedures of lithium batteries as rising global demand raises concerns over misdeclarations or incorrectly handled shipments.
The cost of missing online shopping or Christmas deadlines is mounting for air cargo shippers forced out of the congested ocean markets.
Third-quarter operational results from OOCL provide an early indication that carriers are firmly on course to reporting another highly profitable period in what will be a record-breaking financial...
A revised estimate of container shipping profitability through 2022 reveals no slowdown in the immense earnings being raked in by carriers in a heavily disrupted shipping environment.
Global air cargo volumes in August and September were up just 1 percent compared to the same months in 2019, but the shortage of capacity has shippers fighting to secure capacity ahead of holiday...
Zim believes the efficiencies provided by its digital forwarding offering will help North American small and medium-sized businesses better manage shipments in the heavily disrupted trans-Pacific...
Planned increases in capacity to be deployed by carriers in the fourth quarter on Asia-Europe look impressive, but the extra space is being significantly reduced by port congestion that is delaying...
SEKO’s takeover of Bansard is the latest in a string of high-profile acquisitions across the fragmented global logistics industry, where scalability offers a key competitive advantage.
Transport associations, unions, and other industry groups have made an urgent call to the United Nations to lift restrictions that limit the cross-border movement of supply chain workers.