Container shipping has been considered the epitome of the modernisation of seaborne transport for decades, but with port congestions, skyrocketing freight rates and the capacity crunch causing great disruption in
Hapag-Lloyd recently made some breakbulk shipments onboard their vessel Brussels Express which operates on a Europe to Far East loop.
The team loaded a pair of Lagoon 46 catamarans onboard
United Heavy Lift's vessel UHL Future was spotted about to berth in her "home port" Hamburg this week with another batch of full containers from China.
The vessel is seen here
Spliethoff is increasing the frequency of its Cleveland Europe Express (CEE) service by adding container vessel Peyton Lynn C to the service, in response to the high demand for tonnage
According to a piece in Yahoo Finance written by financial writer and reporter Jaimini Desai this week, now could be a good time to invest in container and breakbulk shipping
dship Carrier's MV Ronnie started its maiden voyage this week with a full load of containers. A sign of the times!
The new F-500 multipurpose vessel type left the shipyard last
When we speak about the supply chain of a certain trade or product, we almost never refer to its packaging. Supply chain refers to the physical movement of goods,
As previously reported by BBN, GEODIS is another logistics company turning to chartering in the hopes of alleviating the container shortage on the Asia-Europe Trade.
GEODIS claims to provide its customers
From Asia to Europe, the container shortage is expected to persist until at least the end of Q1 2021. In the meantime, Bolloré Logistics has implemented solutions for its customers.
AAL Shipping is seeing a jump in container cargo enquiries, according to their Managing Director, Kyriacos Panayides.
As per their LinkedIn page, AAL's young fleet of multiple classes of heavy-lift MPVs