Florida International Terminal (FIT), the terminal operated by SAAM in Port Everglades-Fort Lauderdale (U.S.), will begin receiving a new service operated by Sealand this month. The weekly route between South Florida, Honduras and Guatemala also offers inland transfers from/to Nicaragua and El Salvador. “This new service will enable importers and exporters to reduce transit days.. read more →

30 Oct 2017
October 30, 2017

Review of Maritime Transport 2017

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With over 80 per cent of global trade by volume and more than 70 per cent of its value being carried on board ships and handled by seaports worldwide, the importance of maritime transport for trade and development cannot be overemphasized. Recognizing the sector’s strategic function, the global policy framework under the Addis Ababa Action.. read more →

Empty containers at the Port of Mombasa recorded 7,079 Twenty Feet Equivalent Units (TEUs) out of the 19,171 TEUs total yard population in the week ended September 13th 2017. There were 6,254 TEUs ready for collection by consignees, 3,227 TEUs awaiting pickup order and 1,258 full exports (nominated/un-nominated).  The yard which recorded 21,093 TEUs in the.. read more →

French container shipping major CMA CGM has confirmed the order for nine 22,000 TEU containerships while releasing results for the second quarter of 2017. “In order to keep pace with market growth and the group’s needs, the Board of Directors of CMA CGM has approved the order for 9 container ships of 22,000 twenty-foot equivalent.. read more →

COPENHAGEN, Sept 7 (Reuters) – Trade between the BRICS countries, Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, has grown strongly this year, figures from the world’s largest container shipper showed on Thursday. Maersk Line, which handles one out of seven containers shipped globally, said its shipments from China to India had increased 26 percent by.. read more →

China Merchants Port Holdings Co Ltd (0144.HK) agreed to buy 90 percent of TCP Participações SA, Brazil’s most profitable port terminal, for about 2.9 billion reais ($924 million), a sign of growing interest in assets across Latin America’s No. 1 economy. China Merchants said in a statement on Monday that it bought the stake from.. read more →

Year-to-Date YTD IMPORT TEUS EXPORT TEUS TOTAL TEUS TOTAL RAIL LIFTS LOADS EMPTIES LOADS EMPTIES LOADS EMPTIES TOTAL YTD Jul 2017:  1,922703 12.415 805,215 1,066,289 2,727,918 1,078,704 3,806,622 323,078 YTD Jul 2016: 1,818,826 14,998 785,523 954,377 2,604,349 969,375 3,573,724 314,738 % Change 5.7% -17.2% 2.5% 11.7% 4.7% 11.3% 6.5% 2.6%   July IMPORT TEUS EXPORT.. read more →

When staff at CyberKeel investigated email activity at a medium-sized shipping firm, they made a shocking discovery. “Someone had hacked into the systems of the company and planted a small virus,” explains co-founder Lars Jensen. “They would then monitor all emails to and from people in the finance department.” Whenever one of the firm’s fuel.. read more →

As informed on March 29, 2016 the Brazilian authorities decided to apply stringent measures for the handling of dangerous goods in Brazilian ports (ANTAQ Res. 2239 dated of 15/09/2011). We would like to remind you that in order to comply with Brazilian legislation, with effect from April 10, 2016, it will be necessary that shippers.. read more →

The hulking container ships that transport sneakers, bananas and Barbie dolls around the world keep getting bigger. So are the companies that own them. A massive consolidation is underway in the $500 billion global industry and the survivors now enjoy big economies of scale and increased demand, one year after excess capacity caused the sector’s.. read more →