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October 14, 2021

As the coronavirus crisis is wearing off in many parts of the world, supply chain troubles are increasing once more for many companies, mainly concerning the U.S. and the Eurozone.

Read More about Supply chain disruptions make a comeback

October 4, 2021

Changes to Britain’s border rules this week which prevent European Union ID cards from being accepted as proof of identity could compound existing issues for freight entering the United Kingdom, a global road transport body said.

Read More about Imminent UK border changes could add to trucker problems, industry group says

September 24, 2021

The busiest US container ports are moving up the global rankings amid record import volumes, but the deluge of cargoes continues to exceed capacity with growing ship queues on both the East and West Coasts.

Read More about Record volumes push US container ports up in global rankings: Alphaliner

September 16, 2021

Covid-19 restrictions remains a serious challenge for the global supply chain, which is still suffering port closures and congestions, while, at the same time, consumer demands are quickly outpacing any previously seen numbers. The result is skyrocketed shipping charges.

Read More about Skyrocketing shipping charges lead to industry record earnings

September 9, 2021

On Wednesday, 8 September 2021, the Megamax container ship Ever Ace called at the Port of Hamburg for the first time with the evening‘s high tide.

Read More about World’s largest container ship called at Hamburg

September 2, 2021

Resilient international demand for air cargo capacity in August versus a shortfall in supply pushed average global air cargo rates up 112% to their pre-Covid level, as a local lockdown in Vietnam and the closure of cargo handling terminals at Shanghai Pudong International Airport after a handful of new Covid cases demonstrated the fragility of supply chains.

Read More about Capacity crunch elevates air cargo rates in August as the global supply chain shows its fragility

August 9, 2021

Resilient consumer demand continues to drive high volumes of cargo through the Port of Long Beach, which handled a record number of containers for the month of July.

Read More about Cargo surge continues at Port of Long Beach with almost 800,000 TEUs moved in July

August 2, 2021

Westport Holdings Berhad (Westports) saw its TEU volume increase by 11% in Q2 2021 despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, an achievement it partly attributed to its yard utilisation investment.

Read More about Westports enjoys TEU bounce thanks to yard utilisation

July 28, 2021

Polish container hub DCT Gdansk has been given the green light for a third deepwater terminal. It will reinforce its aspirations to attract ocean carriers and extend their traditional Le Havre-Hamburg range of North European port calls.

Read More about DCT Gdansk gets go-ahead for third terminal – 'something to sell' to carriers

July 20, 2021

Major container ports across the U.S. have experienced record-setting cargo growth, and the Port of Virginia is no exception. Over the course of the fiscal year ending June 30, it set a new annual cargo record, moving 3.2 million TEU - including a record 280,000 TEU in June alone.

Read More about With Imports Booming, Port of Virginia Posts New Annual Cargo Record
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