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Comment / Platts monthly commentary: As demand begins to revive, fears of a new Asia-Europe rates war mount
The easing of lockdowns, especially across much of Europe, has helped demand for container freight ...
Comment / Pessimism in container market recedes as 2019 comes to an end
November reversed some of the pessimistic sentiment that was emanating from carriers earlier in the ...
Comment / Comment: another lacklustre month in container shipping
Another rather lacklustre month draws to a close in the container market for September, in ...
News / Grace period needed after new year IMO 2020 deadline, call
Growing safety concerns around the IMO’s 0.5% sulphur cap on marine fuels has led to ...
News / Peak season capacity cuts hit home as Asia-Europe spot rates edge back up
After weeks of erosion, Asia-North Europe container spot rates appear to have responded to peak ...
News / Carrier efforts to stabilise Asia-Europe capacity keep spot rates steady
Carrier action to curtail capacity on the Asia-North Europe trade this month appears to have ...
News / Longer-term Asia-Europe contracts for ocean freight rates a better deal for carriers
According to Xeneta’s crowd-sourced data, average long-term contract freight rates between Asia and North Europe ...
- 1.Outlook for large widebodies looks chilly in a hot freighter conversion market
- 2.ONE Apus and Maersk Eindhoven may be back on course this month
- 3.Shipping lines start to give Myanmar a miss as protests impact supply chains
- 4.M&A radar: AP Møller-Mærsk LCL benchmark deal rumoured – our shortlist
- 5.Amazon Air close to building a freighter network to carry third-party volumes
- 1. [email protected] on UK fashion houses hit out at post-Brexit 'hidden costs' for EU customers
- 2. Mike Wackett on Shipper credulity strained after 2M's last-minute Asia-Europe blanking
- 3. [email protected] on Manila terminal chief pleads with owners to collect cargo as reefers pile up
- 4. [email protected] on Mind the gap: Netherlands vs Belgium in the container port business
- 5. [email protected] on Big ambitions at Gdansk, but infrastructure could be a snag