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Posted 07/07 · 08:57 AM · LM Editorial
The good news released recently by Alphaliner about more carrier activity has been countered by Drewry Shipping Consultants’ latest Container Forecaster, which posits the idea that a “peak season” may fail to materialize.
Posted 07/07 · 08:53 AM · LM Editorial
During the first six months of 2010, the active containership capacity has risen by 15.3 percent, jumping from 11.55 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) on January 1 to 13.32 million TEU at the end of June, according to figures released by Alphaliner, a Paris-based consultancy.
Posted 06/22 · 11:46 AM · LM Editorial
Analysts contend that box manufacturing slump is hurting both carriers and shippers
Posted 06/21 · 03:30 PM · LM Editorial
Spot prices for transpacific shipping services have grown by more than 180 percent during the past 12 months to reach a five-year high.
Posted 06/18 · 06:36 AM · LM Editorial
DHL Global Forwarding announced this week that it has rolled out a new Less-than-Container-Load (LCL) Expedited services which will connect 19 European origins to the United States.
Posted 06/10 · 10:32 AM · LM Editorial
Rosalyn Wilson, a transportation consultant for Delcan Corporation, provided LM with an exclusive interview on the eve of the release of The 21st Annual “State of Logistics Report,” noting that disruptions in ocean carrier deployments has had dire consequences for shippers.
Posted 06/10 · 10:20 AM · SCMR Editorial
Rosalyn Wilson, a transportation consultant for Delcan Corporation, provided SCMR with an exclusive interview on the eve of the release of The 21st Annual “State of Logistics Report,” noting that disruptions in ocean carrier deployments has had dire consequences for shippers.
Posted 05/25 · 06:32 AM · LM Editorial
While it is not always a top of mind topic given the myriad challenges shippers face at any time, the issue of port security is never truly too far away.