Michael Angell

Michael Angell

The International Council of Containership Operators, also known as the Box Club, is shutting down operations after 48 years due to the changed environment for the industry.

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The Cass Freight Index shows shipment volumes, costs, and rates remain at or near multi-year highs after staging a strong rebound from the COVID-19 lull in freight shipments.
Hapag-Lloyd is making extra efforts to ease the burden on New York and New Jersey drayage drivers handling an unprecedented number of empty containers that have accumulated in the port.
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Dole will begin a new weekly container service to Port Tampa Bay that will carry its own cargo and provide additional capacity to other shippers to and from Central America.