Chinese Ports in Major Call Slump

Following news of Hanjin’s collapse, Chinese ports are also suffering, with ports and container terminals struggling with less and less calls

Georgia Ports in August Container Record

Griff Lynch, Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority has revealed that the GPA saw an August record of more than 330,000 TEU, an increase of 5% compared to August, 2015

Massive Improvements Coming to Oakland

The Port of Oakland plans to spend US$498 million on capital improvements over the next five years, which means the port will be selecting contractors to carry out major public works projects

Port of Los Angeles, USA

Port of LA in Major Sustainability Move

The Port of Los Angeles has expanded its commitment to sustainability by issuing $35.2 million in green bonds as part of a larger debt refinancing successfully completed this week

Judge Orders Hanjin Charter Cancellation

A judge has ruled that once Hanjin has completed the unloading process of its cargo, it must cancel its charter agreements and return chartered ships back to their original owners

Port of Melbourne in Near-$10bn Sale

In a sale that is almost US$3 billion more than the asking price, the Port of Melbourne has been sold to Lonsdale Consortium in a 50-year lease for a near $10 billion

Reefer Trade Set for Monumental Change?

Specialised reefer ships carry a disproportionate amount of cargo, but that will change in time, according to Drewry’s latest Reefer Shipping Market Annual Review & Forecast

Hanjin Ship Held Hostage

A Hanjin vessel that had been told it could dock in the US along with three other ships is now being held “hostage”

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