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Hutchison invests in Chinese ocean-rail corridor

Port giant’s logistics arm and CCI Eurasia Land Bridge Logistics Development will jointly develop a new logistics corridor linking Hong Kong and Chongqing. The logistics arm of Hutchison ...

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Intermarine, Zeaborn Get the ‘All Clear’ for Their JV

Zeamarine, the Joint Venture formed between Intermarine and Zeaborn Group in May 2018, has received all the required governmental and agency approvals to launch operations.  Leia mais »

Air freight prices up 12%, year on year

Average worldwide yields dropped slightly to US$1.88 in July 2018, 0.6% lower than in June, but still significantly higher than in July 2017, reports WorldACD. Average global air freight pr...

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Port of NY & NJ marks another great month

The Port of New York and New Jersey (PONYNJ) recorded another monthly record in July. Total volume for July 2018 was 622,559 TEUs (354,101 lifts) versus 576,947 TEUs (330,716...

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Uljanik’s President, Management Offer Their Resignations

President of the financially-troubled Croatian shipbuilder Uljanik, Gianni Rossanda, presented his resignation to the Supervisory Board of Uljanik d.d. on Tuesday, August 28. ...

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Lines still struggling to raise Asia-Europe ocean rates

Efforts to boost spot prices have proven fruitless through much of 2018, according to one analyst, likely to lead to capacity cuts on the trade from next month.

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OOCL drops Felixstowe calls as disruption continues

Continuing delays at the UK’s busiest container port cause line to switch the UK call of its North Europe-Turkey service to Southampton. Continuing delays and disruptions at the UK’s bu...

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More surcharges as Rhine levels remain low

Intermodal operator Contargo extends low-water surcharge table for key European hinterland artery. Low water levels on key European hinterland artery the Rhine are exacerbating already chal...

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UK forwarder remains positive on Turkish trade

Assuming foreign investment continues, exports from Turkey expected to stay strong, boosted by a weakened Lira, although a possible trade imbalance could put a strain on the rotation of trailers. <...

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