Global Economy/Trade News

  16 Aug 2018
“Air is fast but expensive, sea is slow but cheap” — the words of Olaf Merk of the International Transport Forum sums up two major parts of the model for global transport

  08 Aug 2018
Dr Christian Koegl, Siemens, discusses how standardization will affect ports

  17 Aug 2018
Terminal recognised after recording highest volume

  16 Aug 2018
Siwertell has secured an order for a new loading system from Irish mining company Boliden Tara Mines DAC

  16 Aug 2018
New state-of-the-art series the most efficient ever

  16 Aug 2018
Dubai-based operator remains cautious amid global trade war

  16 Aug 2018
The largest joint-stock port operator in China, Shanghai International Port Group, has chosen Kalmar to supply 15 units of container handling equipment

  15 Aug 2018
Lifting solutions provider Konecranes has reached an agreement with Luka Koper to deliver five electric rubber-tyred gantry cranes

  15 Aug 2018
Ocean carrier says congestion a possibility

  14 Aug 2018
Hapag-Lloyd has launched a new online quotation tool called Quick Quotes, which will provide container quotes for all its customers

  14 Aug 2018
Company confident for rest of 2018

  09 Aug 2018
Find out when the system is available and what it could mean for the supply chain

  09 Aug 2018
Tsubaki Kabelschlepp has introduced a new catalogue concept, offering compact knowledge on its portfolio of cable carrier products

  09 Aug 2018
A.P. Moller –Maersk and IBM will apply blockchain to the world's supply chain

  09 Aug 2018
Kalmar has agreed a deal with transport logistics group Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG to supply 10 new straddle carriers

  09 Aug 2018
Diesel AGVs to be replaced by 2020

  08 Aug 2018
Continued modal shift will sustain expansion in the containerised reefer trade, according to Drewry’s Reefer Shipping Annual Review and Forecast 2018/19

  08 Aug 2018
Proceeds to fund eco-friendly technology

  08 Aug 2018
The world’s largest container shipping company, A. P. Møller - Maersk A/S, has downgraded its profit forecast for 2018

  08 Aug 2018
Orient Overseas (International) Limited has announced a loss of USD $10.3 million in the first half of 2018