DOCKERS AT UK’S LARGEST CONTAINER PORT VOTE TO STRIKE IN AUGUST
Felixstowe workers vote in favour of industrial action after Unite union rejected 5% pay rise
Six mega vessels call at Yantian port
HUTCHISON Ports Yantian (Yantian) has for the first time hosted six 400-metre-long vessels simultaneously, which is a rare occurrence for any global port to receive such sizable vessels at the same time.
CMA CGM admits to a stack collapse on APL Vanda
CMA CGM has at last cleared up the mystery of the APL Vanda, finally acknowledging that the vessel suffered a stack collapse that saw 55 containers lost overboard.
Shanghai Covid scare raises spectre of further lockdown disruption
With mass testing again underway, there are renewed fears that Shanghai could go back into lockdown and disrupt peak season.
MSC puts its faith in Le Havre as a hub port and takes over two terminals
MSC subsidiary Terminal Investment Ltd (TiL) has taken full ownership of two of the three container terminals at the French port of Le Havre.
Shippers to pay the penalty as ONE becomes first to apply overweight charge
Asia-Europe ocean carriers are cracking down on rogue shippers who incorrectly declare westbound booking container weights and make last-minute verified gross mass (VGM) amendments.
German dock talks break down, first docker strike in decades
HAMBURG port users are bracing for a docker strike after wage talks ended with the union rejecting the employers' offer as "inadequate", reports London's Loadstar.
Who's on top? MSC overtakes Maersk on the Asia-Europe trade lane
THE Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC) has overtaken its 2M partner Maersk as the largest carrier on the Asia-Europe route in terms of tonnage, according to Alphaliner.
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