viernes, febrero 26, 2021
Inicio International



Canada’s TFI International scoops up UPS Freight for $800m

Giant US integrator UPS has agreed to sell its UPS Freight division to Canadian transport and logistics operator TFI International, for $800m.

Carriers face load restrictions after new container spill, from Maersk Essen

There are calls for an urgent review of container lashing practices and stack height restrictions after another box ship lost a huge number of containers in the Pacific Ocean.

Ocean Alliance unveils 2021 network – ‘fewer and smaller changes’

The Ocean Alliance is set to increase capacity on its global deepsea services by around 9% this year.

Riding the rebound, Canada’s port of Hamilton positions itself for cargo growth

Canada’s port of Hamilton is preparing for rising cargo traffic with the development of an intermodal satellite hub.

OOCL profits are surfing the wave of soaring rates and demand

A very strong fourth-quarter 2020 operational update from OOCL is an indicator of the rich vein of profitability enjoyed by the liner industry since the middle of last year, despite the pandemic.

Covid, costly airfreight and box shortages pushing forwarders to LCL options

Sky-high airfreight rates and the global container shortage are driving demand for less-than-container load (LCL) shipping services.