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16 09, 2019

Yellowhammer paper fears for serious supply chain disruptions after no deal Brexit

2019-09-12T22:19:47+01:00

According to Yellowhammer analysis hauliers are not prepared for no deal Brexit A newly released UK government paper has reignited fears that UK-continental Europe supply chains could face severe disruption [...]

Yellowhammer paper fears for serious supply chain disruptions after no deal Brexit2019-09-12T22:19:47+01:00
10 09, 2019

FMC anticipates with container demurrage and detention fees recommendations

2019-09-10T14:27:58+01:00

FMC will publish demurrage and detention suggestions for the Shipping Industry The U.S. container shipping industry is eager to weigh in on recommendations produced and approved by the Federal Maritime [...]

FMC anticipates with container demurrage and detention fees recommendations2019-09-10T14:27:58+01:00
5 09, 2019

Maersk Line will invite customers to pay for their green policy

2019-09-02T20:28:57+01:00

Inceased fuels expenses will impact Maersk working capital Quietly, on a mid-summer morning, the management of AP Møller-Mærsk (APMM) talked up the half-year results as it prepared to tackle its biggest [...]

Maersk Line will invite customers to pay for their green policy2019-09-02T20:28:57+01:00
29 08, 2019

Taiwan companies considering moving out of China due to US-China trade war consequences.

2019-08-27T08:05:28+01:00

Chinese production costs have been rising drastically over the last years. As the ongoing US-China trade war continues to rage, the large number of Taiwanese companies that have been operating [...]

Taiwan companies considering moving out of China due to US-China trade war consequences.2019-08-27T08:05:28+01:00
26 08, 2019

Rotterdam and Hamburg looking for mutual climate protection measures.

2019-08-26T14:43:02+01:00

Rotterdam and Hamburg discussing about launching identical sheen shipping ruling In a revolutionary move to clean up the industry two of Europe’s largest port cities could start issuing identical green [...]

Rotterdam and Hamburg looking for mutual climate protection measures.2019-08-26T14:43:02+01:00
22 08, 2019

Port of Hamburg takes up the challenge with Antwerp and Rotterdam

2019-08-20T13:37:38+01:00

Hamburg gaining market share H1 2019 A wave of new services linked to the positive sentiment surrounding the long-awaited start of the river Elbe expansion project saw Hamburg gain market [...]

Port of Hamburg takes up the challenge with Antwerp and Rotterdam2019-08-20T13:37:38+01:00
20 08, 2019

Brussels Airport handlers keep writing red figures.

2019-08-18T11:30:26+01:00

Swissport and Aviapartners continue reporting negative results. Swissport Belgium and Aviapartner Belgium, the two handlers at Brussels Airport, failed to come out of the red figures last year. As in [...]

Brussels Airport handlers keep writing red figures.2019-08-18T11:30:26+01:00