Current news, information and trends in the ocean freight industry covering freight lines, carriers, logistics and classification.
Posted 02/22 · 06:32 PM · LM Editorial
The ongoing conflict between the Port of Los Angeles and the American Trucking Association may be finally drawing to a close.
Posted 02/21 · 05:42 PM · LM Editorial
The number of containers passing through Hamburg rose 14 percent in 2011
Posted 02/20 · 06:44 PM · LM Editorial
While mainstream media reports suggest that open seas piracy has decreased, shipping experts note that the crisis is worse than ever
Posted 02/20 · 02:16 PM · LM Editorial
In 2011, the port handled 5.5 million TEU (Twenty-foot equivalent units), which is 4 percent better than 2010 and topped the previous record from 2007.
Posted 02/17 · 10:54 AM · LM Editorial
Total January volume was 474,960 TEU, which was down 3.9 percent annually.
Posted 02/16 · 05:48 PM · LM Editorial
The uncertainty over the level of container freight rates in the next few months has severely disrupted trading on the freight futures market, said analysts at the Paris-based consultancy, Alphaliner.
Posted 02/16 · 11:13 AM · LM Editorial
February import cargo volume is expected to be down 6.8 percent on an annual basis, according to the monthly Port Tracker report by the National Retail Federation (NRF) and Hackett Associates.
Posted 02/16 · 11:00 AM · SCMR Editorial
The uncertainty over the level of container freight rates in the next few months has severely disrupted trading on the freight futures market, said analysts at the Paris-based consultancy, Alphaliner
Posted 02/15 · 07:03 PM · LM Editorial
Social critics of globalization have long characterized the container shipping industry as a villainous partner in the oppression of the world’s most needy. But here’s another example that counters that perception.
Posted 02/15 · 06:42 PM · LM Editorial
APL Logistics today launched what it is calling “Simultaneous optimization” – a shipment planning platform that could change the way large freight buyers coordinate their transportation activities