ILWU distances itself from Zim protests

Union members threatened by anti-Israel demonstrators.

The International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) has distanced itself from fresh protests in Oakland against Israel's policy over Gaza that have prevented a Zim ship from being unloaded.In a...

Hapag-Lloyd to order 12,000 teu ships as it prepares for IPO

German line expects to make decision on ultra large tonnage later this year.

Contract closure extension holds up Esperance port upgrade

Multi-user iron ore facility on hold until deal is struck.

CSCL ekes out US$8.5m in core profits as fuel prices decline

China Shipping giant faces fragile recovery due to ship oversupply and fiercer competition.

China Shipping Development returns to the black

Reversal of fortune is due to a rebound in the tanker division and an accounting manoeuvre in 2013.

State shipbuilding conglomerates in top executive swap

Move renews speculation that a reunion between CSSC and CSIC might happen.

Shockwaves at Hapag-Lloyd as CSAV chooses new finance chief

Peter Ganz steps down in favour of Nicolas Burr as new shareholder exercises right to pick executives.

Should container detention charges be referred to the regulator?

When charges are so high against costs, questions must be asked.

Port of Melbourne elaborates fee increases

PoMC clarifies possible increased charges to apply from July.

Six candidates now in running for IMO top job

Six countries have reportedly submitted candidates for the election of a new IMO secretary-general.