Low bunker costs challenge container lines’ logic

Models for slow steaming and larger tonnage both called into question by cheap bunkers

AFTER years of moving towards ever-larger containerships in an effort to reduce slot costs, container lines are now finding that bigger is not necessarily better, according to new analysis from...

FREE LOCAL: Senior management changes announced at $2bn freight forwarder Mainfreight

NZ-headquartered, but world-wide operating, freight forwarder Mainfreight has announced three senior management changes at its European and New Zealand divisions.

Drugs hidden in food containers

The ABF says it is continuing to target border crime following a drug bust.

Marco Polo Marine sees sharp fall in quarterly profits

Offshore vessel builder and charterer feels pinch from slowdown and divestment of BBR

Is Narendra Modi's river drying up?

The clock is ticking on the Indian prime minister's grand plan for ports development — with little accomplished yet

ASL Marine results boosted by non-OSV shipbuilding business

Completion of tugs and barges helped offset offshore vessel contract cancellations

DP World’s group chairman appointed as chief executive

2015 volumes rise by 3%, driven by European and UAE terminals, despite fourth-quarter sag

Asia-Europe container volumes shrink almost 4% in 2015

CTS data shows stronger transpacific trade as Europe stays in the doldrums

LOCAL: No industrial action at Patrick until Fair Work hearings conclude – MUA

A, perhaps temporary, peace is currently holding on the Patrick wharves after the Maritime Union of Australia today [Feb 09] said that it will not take industrial action at least until the current hearings before the Fair Work Commission conclude.