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Maersk to Test Its First Arctic Shipping Route  (12/9)

Maersk is planning to launch the first container ship through the Arctic ocean north of Russia.

For U.S. Producers Caught in a Trade War, the Pain Exceeds the Gain  (12/9)

President Trump’s imposition of steep new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, to name just one category of foreign-sourced product that he is threatening to punish, lands supply-chain managers squarely in the Land of Unintended Consequences.

Port of Long Beach Sees Cargo Dip  (12/9)

Container volumes at the Port of Long Beach were 1.9 percent lower in August compared to the same month the year before.

Self-Driving Technology Threatens Nearly 300,000 Trucking Jobs, Report Says  (12/9)

Impact would come over 25 years, with projections for lighter job loss seen than other forecasts, but higher-paying trucking work could take a hit

Stena Line introduces first AI-assisted vessel  (12/9)

As part of Stena Line’s efforts to reduce fuel consumption and minimise environmental impact, the company is running a pilot where artificial intelligence technology is implemented on board vessels.

CSCL starts new direct service from Vietnam to Europe  (22/10)

Vietnam is increasing its global integration and has joined the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), making it possible for local companies to expand their business in the markets around the world.

DITP Announces ELMA 2015 Winner  (26/8)

DITP Announces ELMA 2015 Winner Raising standards of Thailand’s logistics service providers towards excellence in logistics management.

Carriers seek rate hikes in Asia-Europe, as consumer demand picks up  (21/6)

SHIPPING lines are seeking a general freight rate hike to stick in July on the Asia-Europe trade after prices on services to northern Europe picked up steam.

Seaspan acquires 10,000-TEUer for Med to Far East-USWC service  (21/6)

SEASPAN, the Hong Kong administered by Vancouver headquartered charter owner and container lessor, is to take delivery of the third of seven neopanamaxes, the 10,000-TEU Hanjin Ami.

P3 rejection sends European carriers, ports scrambling  (20/6)

Europe’s major ocean carriers, ports and shippers are urgently rethinking their business strategies following the shocking news that Chinese antitrust authorities had rejected an application by Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Co. and CMA CGM to join forces in the P3 Network.

OTHER NEWS
Maersk Line to raise Asia-Europe rate US$575/TEU starting July 1 (20/6)
Four carriers to launch joint intra-Asia service (20/6)
Hapag-Lloyd to reorganize West Africa services (19/6)
Turkish Airlines adds flights to Münster as its 13th destination in Germany (19/6)
Cathay ends Manchester freighter flights, opts for passenger bellyholds (19/6)
May container volumes higher in Los Angeles, Long Beach (18/6)
Vietnamese Ministries and Quang Ngai Leaders come together to avert import crisis (18/6)
Etihad Cargo flies to Tanzania, Switzerland, U.S. (18/6)
Port of Virginia reports profitable May (18/6)
Maersk Line maintains positive outlook on Vietnam (18/6)
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