Ports & Logistics

10 May 2024

Miami In-Transit Gateway Solution Launched by Maersk

Maersk has broadened its air freight services with the opening of a fully integrated, in-transit gateway solution in Miami, USA, as of April.

Miami In-Transit Gateway Solution Launched by Maersk
10 May 2024

Port of New York and New Jersey Sees First Quarter Growth

In March, the Port of New York and New Jersey processed 701,648 TEUs, contributing to a first quarter cumulative volume of 2,001,449 TEUs.

Port of New York and New Jersey Sees First Quarter Growth
10 May 2024

Maersk Announce Upgraded New Zealand Service

Maersk has unveiled a new upgraded service starting May 17th designed to enhance logistics solutions for New Zealand and the surrounding islands.

Maersk Announce Upgraded New Zealand Service
10 May 2024

Ukraine Makes Black Sea Ports Container Comeback

The first cellular container vessel since the Russian invasion of Ukraine docked at the Ukrainian Black Sea ports on April 21st say reports.

Ukraine Makes Black Sea Ports Container Comeback
9 May 2024

New President of Panama Has Canal Water Levels Top of Agenda

The newly elected president of Panama, Jose Raul Mulino, has prioritized the water levels of the Panama Canal as a focus of his administration.

New President of Panama Has Canal Water Levels Top of Agenda
9 May 2024

Cargo Ship Grounded at United Kingdom's Port of Silloth

On May 8th the cargo ship Bremen was reported to have run aground at the Port of Silloth in Northern England at 12:10 AM local time.

Cargo Ship Grounded at United Kingdom's Port of Silloth
9 May 2024

MSC Ship First to Call at Baltimore Since Bridge Collapse

An MSC vessel recently became the first to dock at Baltimore Port's Seagirt Container Terminal since the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge

MSC Ship First to Call at Baltimore Since Bridge Collapse
8 May 2024

Cambodia to Reduce Reliance on Vietnam Ports with Thai Canal

Cambodia is advancing with the construction of the Funan Techo Canal, a project designed to reduce the country's dependency on Vietnamese ports.

Cambodia to Reduce Reliance on Vietnam Ports with Thai Canal
7 May 2024

COSCO & Evergreen Upgrade Joint Far East-Mediterranean Service

Evergreen Marine Corporation and COSCO Shipping Lines have announced plans to upgrade their jointly operated Far East-Mediterranean service.

COSCO & Evergreen Upgrade Joint Far East-Mediterranean Service
7 May 2024

Carnival Cruises & New Orleans Celebrate 30th Anniversary

Carnival Cruise Line marked its 30th anniversary of operations in New Orleans with a celebratory event aboard the Carnival Liberty ship.

Carnival Cruises & New Orleans Celebrate 30th Anniversary
7 May 2024

Dire Flooding Halts Operations at Three Brazilian Ports

Floods in Rio Grande do Sul have resulted in the deaths of at least 85 and disrupted transportation and industrial operations across the state.

Dire Flooding Halts Operations at Three Brazilian Ports
7 May 2024

Ireland Bars Docking of Aged Livestock Carrier

A livestock carrier built in 1979 is roaming the southern Europe Mediterranean, currently without destination after being denied entry to Ireland

Ireland Bars Docking of Aged Livestock Carrier
2 May 2024

New COSCO Service to Connect China and Thailand Ports

Chinese container shipping leader COSCO is to introduce a new service linking key ports in China with Thailand including Laem Chabang and Qinzhou

New COSCO Service to Connect China and Thailand Ports
1 May 2024

Bulk Carrier Cargo Hold Fire Reported in Southampton, UK

A bulk carrier, the Clipper Kythira, experienced a fire in its fifth cargo hold while docked in Southampton Port, UK, on Sunday, April 28th.

Bulk Carrier Cargo Hold Fire Reported in Southampton, UK
1 May 2024

280,000+ TEUs Handled by Port of Melbourne in March

The Port of Melbourne has issued its trade report for March 2024, indicating a rise in overall container throughput with a total of 280,900 TEUs.

280,000+ TEUs Handled by Port of Melbourne in March