Drewry: Shipping lines absorb capacity as shippers wait for goods

Shipping lines have done a good job of absorbing excess capacity lately using slow steaming and idling ships, which means shippers are waiting longer for goods to arrive, according to the latest issue of Container Insight by Drewry Maritime Research.

Maersk struggles to find ports to fully load massive Triple-Es

Port of Charleston container volume up 10 percent in March

Port of New Orleans unveils new logo

280+ people missing after South Korean ferry accident

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

WTO predicts 4.7 percent global trade growth in 2014

Port of Long Beach commissioners support national freight policy

Shipping alliance launches campaign against Miami stadium

NYK orders 8 container ships

Search on for man who fell off container ship in Hawaiian waters

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

NRF: Expedite labor contract talks at West Coast ports

Global impact of strike at Baltimore port affects contract talks

Analyst: China's overblown trade data will skew analysis until June

ICTSI to invest $130M in Iraqi port

Shipping container of refrigerators washes up in New South Wales

Monday, April 14, 2014

Drewry: Box prices rise in early 2014, offsetting 2013 losses

Long Beach harbor officials say merging with Port of Los Angeles a bad idea

Louisiana leads U.S. in domestic maritime employment

Chinese trade down in March

Ship runs aground on ice chunk trying to navigate Great Lakes

Thursday, April 10, 2014

CFO at Port of Long Beach takes Metrolink job

PortMiami wants $225M for underwater traffic tunnel, complicates soccer stadium proposal

MOL launches new car carrier services from Mexico to U.S.

U.S. Senator: Nuke threat makes cargo scans worth the money

Manlift manufacturer blamed for barge workers death by drowning

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