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Maersk to invest $500m in Asia logistics business

Maersk already has a major presence in Asia following its acquisition of LF Logistics last year. Now it is seeking to capitalise on the region’s high growth rate

Containers Ports and Logistics

Port of NY & NJ banks busiest month of 2023 so far

The strong cargo volumes seen at the largest Atlantic gateway in October meant this was its busiest month of the year so far as retail demand boosted imports

Containers Ports and Logistics

How to keep the Panama and Suez canals open

Of course there are viable alternative routes. But simultaneous widespread disruption would be a strain on much of the shipping industry, not to mention the global economy

Lloyd List - The View Panama

ETS cargo diversion risk not being addressed

The arrival of the ETS tax could see sharp players in the shipping world divert their cargo to non-EU ports for transhipment in order to cut the tax bill. In response, the EU has said that it will limit itself to monitoring the situation, but it may review the regulation down the line

Europe Containers

Carriers consider rerouting as Panama Canal restrictions bite

The Panama Canal is set to become a major logistics chokepoint. But the alternatives have their own problems too

Containers Panama

Port of Antwerp-Bruges to be alternative fuel-ready in 2025

Antwerp-Bruges port authority aims to bunker its first ammonia in 2024 after completing risk assessments as terminals prepare for future demand for alternative fuel

Sustainability Ports and Logistics

White House announces new actions to strengthen supply chains

The White House has unveiled new measures it says will strengthen US supply chains

US States Containers

Overcapacity hits equipment sector as market slows

Carriers boosted their container fleets to deal with congestion-driven shortages. But as the market has normalised there is now excess equipment capacity too

Containers Ports and Logistics

No easy fix for Panama Canal congestion

Short-term measures are being taken to save water, where possible. But there is no simple or answer to the long-term issue of water shortages in Panama

North America Panama

Call for port authorities to support grid upgrades

Electrifying container handling equipment is an easy win for decarbonising terminals. But it requires upgrades to supply networks that can best be helped by ports showing aggregate demand

Containers Sustainability

China floats idea of mega port to rival Singapore

Multi-billion dollar project, including up to 50m teu of container capacity, envisaged as a strategic move to strengthen trade in Southern China and drive integration through one of the country’s largest economic power houses

China Asia Pacific
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