22 07, 2021

Green hydrogen in a box – is this shipping’s future fuel?

2021-07-22T10:21:38+02:00

Could the humble container house shipping’s fuel of the future? Germany’s Wenger Engineering is pursuing a novel green hydrogen project on land at Bremerhaven with the kit for the [...]

Green hydrogen in a box – is this shipping’s future fuel?2021-07-22T10:21:38+02:00
21 07, 2021

Regulator wants more ‘enforcement capacity’ against container lines

2021-07-22T10:41:01+02:00

FMC chairman seeks budget increase to help enforce demurrage and detention rules The Federal Maritime Commission asked lawmakers to boost its budget to help enforce Shipping Act regulations governing [...]

Regulator wants more ‘enforcement capacity’ against container lines2021-07-22T10:41:01+02:00
20 07, 2021

Qatar Airways Cargo announces the further roll out of WebCargo

2021-07-20T10:03:37+02:00

Qatar Airways Cargo announces the further roll out of third-party eBooking platform WebCargo by Freightos across the United States of America*, effective 19 July 2021. Forwarders in the USA [...]

Qatar Airways Cargo announces the further roll out of WebCargo2021-07-20T10:03:37+02:00
19 07, 2021

Singapore for the 8th consecutive year on top spot as global shipping hub

2021-07-19T10:28:35+02:00

Size of port, supportive govt policies, number of internationally focused shipbrokers cited Singapore kept its position as the world's top shipping hub on the 2021 Xinhua-Baltic International Shipping Centre [...]

Singapore for the 8th consecutive year on top spot as global shipping hub2021-07-19T10:28:35+02:00
16 07, 2021

Supply Chain Problems : Normal Demand, Not More Regulation, what’s next ?

2021-07-16T09:42:11+02:00

Supply chains simply cannot efficiently handle this extreme demand surge The World Shipping Council (WSC) is coming to the defense of ocean liners after President Biden issued an executive [...]

Supply Chain Problems : Normal Demand, Not More Regulation, what’s next ?2021-07-16T09:42:11+02:00
14 07, 2021

Container shortage in South Korea throws exporters into a costly gridlock

2021-07-14T10:10:28+02:00

Unable to get a slot on a container vessel, Lee Sang-hoon is considering using fishing trawlers docked for repair in the South Korean port of Busan to meet surging [...]

Container shortage in South Korea throws exporters into a costly gridlock2021-07-14T10:10:28+02:00
13 07, 2021

FMC and DOJ Agree to Collaborate on Liner Shipping Antitrust Issues

2021-07-13T09:26:57+02:00

The first-ever MOU between the two agencies. The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission and the Department of Justice have signed an agreement to increase cooperation and communication in oversight and [...]

FMC and DOJ Agree to Collaborate on Liner Shipping Antitrust Issues2021-07-13T09:26:57+02:00
9 07, 2021

Air Cargo volumes May increase by 9.4% above pre-COVID levels

2021-07-09T12:02:10+02:00

The global air cargo markets showing that demand continued its strong growth trend. As comparisons between 2021 and 2020 monthly results are distorted by the extraordinary impact of COVID-19, [...]

Air Cargo volumes May increase by 9.4% above pre-COVID levels2021-07-09T12:02:10+02:00
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