The riskiest part of a shipping container’s journey is before it begins, according to TT Club’s Peregrine Storrs-Fox, Risk Management Director, Thomas Miller
Newly published Port of Gothenburg freight figures for 2019 showed that container volumes at the Port of Gothenburg rose for the second year in succession.
The Dublin Port Company has reported a growth in unitised volumes of 3.6% to 1.5 million units for 2019, this includes Ro-Ro and Lo-Lo combined.
Hapag-Lloyd has reported that its transport volume has increased by 24.4% from 5.65 million TEU to 7.03 million TEU in the first nine months of 2017
Carogtec has produced its Q1 interim report and has improved container handling profits while capitalising on rising demand for intelligent cargo handling amid fewer port crane orders
Only 36% of ports and terminals claim to have seen increased pressure from shipping lines in terms of the importance placed on automation and digitisation. However, the survey results certainly suggest that shipping lines do value new technologies: half of the vessel stakeholders surveyed feel ports and terminals are immature in adopting Smart technologies.
CMA CGM has confirmed its latest ship order after sharing impressive first half results for 2017, with a strong increase in shipping volumes driving revenue by 56.8% in comparison with Q2 2016 to reach US$ 5.55 billion
Both Port of Vancouver and Port of Oakland on the US West Coast have reported strong results with Vancouver breaking its 105-year history record for cargo in 2016 and Oakland experiencing a spike in results for March
The port complex of Le Havre, Rouen and Paris, has reported a decrease in in maritime traffic over 2019
A.P Moller-Maersk has posted a 44% fall in Q3 net profits, down to US$438 million, well below analysts expectation of $490 million
Hapag-Lloyd achieves net profit in third quarter Net profit of EUR 8.2 million in Q3, 2016, which is a great operating result after nine months
International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) reported financial results for the first nine months of 2016 revenues from port operations of US$835.0 million, an increase of 5% over the same period in 2015, defying the industry-wide trend for lower earnings in the wake of the global shipping downturn