Maersk has opened up more than its shipping channel to public with a website giving the an insider's perspective on the imminent Triple-E vessel
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As the launch of Maersk's Triple E ship looms closer, port officials are raising concerns about the mechanics of operating such a mammoth vessel in unpredictable markets. Jacob Sterling, Head of Environment and CSR at Maersk Line, assures us that Triple E is still a Triple A idea
The Global Shippers' Forum have announced a new campaign to enhance maritime safety , in a bid to allow shippers a more effective international presence
UPS adds Preferred LCL lanes between Western Europe and the U.S. to help importers balance speed and cost
Maersk is focusing on two projects that aim to realise the marine fuel potential of one of the worlds most abundant and sustainable biomass resources: lignin.
DP World are selling 75 percent of their interests in CSX World Terminals Hong Kong Limited which operates berth 3 of the Kwai Chung Container Terminal and ATL Logistics Centre Hong Kong Limited
As ice in the Arctic Ocean melts to record low levels the UCLA consider the economic opportunities of shipping lanes through the North Poles
Despite a rise in earnings for Q4 2012, Maersk Group predict that 2013 will see a continued downward pressure on freight rates
Nils S. Andersen, CEO of Maersk Group, met with a range of business executives and political figures in Nigeria, Ghana and Angola, in a bid to focus on improving logistics infrastructure in Africa
The TSA)are recommending an across the board general rate increase of US$400 per 40ft container (FEU) to the US west coast posts and US$600 per FEU to all other US destinations
On-demand cloud solution claims to reduce ocean freight spend by 15 percent by supporting the complete procurement lifecycle, including RFQ preparation, bid rules and mailing.
DHL Global Forwarding has adopted the use of barges for less-than-container-load (LCL) shipments from Bremen to Northern Germany
The UK government will defer a decision on whether to include international aviation and shipping emissions in carbon budgets until the setting of the fifth carbon budget in 2016
As part of the investment, CMA CGM will guarantee that the firm's ships will call exclusively at the Port of Long Beach when using the San Pedro Bay gateway
Samskip Multimodal and DSM have developed a container that is up to 20 percent lighter than the current steel containers
World's First and Largest LNG-Powered Containerships To Serve Puerto Rico For TOTE Inc
Maersk has announced plans to exit its Handygas segment, selling all of its 11 tankers to Navigator gas
Supply Chain experts believe multi-location distribution networks will solve supply chain challenges, at a discussion surrounding the new London Gateway Project
Russian company Novatek and State corporation Rosatom have agreed to collaborate in Northern Sea Route shipping
New ship The Marco Polo, owned by CMA CGM, left the port of Ningbo yesterday on its maiden voyage
Norbert Dentressangle has expanded its global freight forwarding services to offer ocean shipping
Safmarine has launched a new Business Link forum, formed to help clients to resolve business-critical challenges
Chief Executives from a number of top logistics firms will share experience and debate issues at the world port strategy forum
African shipping experts are attending a conference in an effort to become global players in the industry
The EU Commission has announced it will introduce its emissions monitoring system for the shipping industry, as a response to sluggish global progress towards emissions reduction.
State-owned China Shipping is beginning a partnership with Chinese freighters to form new distribution company
The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) claim shipping could be causing local pollution in the arctic.
Iron Ore prices have taken a turn for the better following Chinese government investment, which could result in better profits for ships
Maersk has agreed to its first large scale investment in Russia, spending $860m to secure a strategic partnership with the country's biggest container port operator N-Trans.
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Russian Ambassador calls for the development of new transport corridors to deepen APEC integration
The new crane has a lifting capacity of 2,000 tons
Ship developers are looking into wind power as a sustainable source of energy for sea freight.
New shipping route could act as a short cut between the North Atlantic and Pacific Oceans
The UK's oldest shipping firm has been liquidised after 282 years of trading
The Indian government are trialling 24/7 ports across eight of the country's air and sea ports.
The Clean Cargo working group have recorded an almost 6 percent drop in sea carrier emissions
Geodis Wilson will deliver four 1,400-ton absorber reactors to a Shah Gas Plant in the UAE.
The OFAC issued an advisory to the maritime industry that the IRISL has been operating despite flag revocation
A Shell Oil vessel slipped towards shore July 16 in the shallow water of the Aleutian Islands, creating panic among Inuit natives and environmentalists alike
China's port closures have forced Vale iron ore vessels to dock in the Philippines
DryShips and Genco Shipping & Trading the subject of Paragon's report on the dry bulk shipping industry
Somali pirate activity in Africa and Iran's threats of cutting off the Strait of Hormuz pose a problem for the UK's supply chain activity
Logistics leader Kuehne + Nagel wins 'Sea Freight Forwarder of the Year' and 'Supply Chain Risk Management' awards for Asia-Pacific excellence
Oakland, Portland and Longview ports suffer shipping disruptions caused by Occupy Wall Street protesters
Global container shipping environment "not an environment for small operators with weak balance sheets," Maersk CEO says
In fear of endangering whales, U.S. Coast Guard publishes a proposal to narrow Channel Island shipping lanes
Jesse Bonfeld of Sherborne Sensors talks marine sensor technology, and how they're a growing part of the shipping industry