Port congestion caused by chronic box shortages in Asia, Europe and US
Port congestion caused by chronic box shortages in Asia, Europe and US. Equipment shortages in Chinese ports, particularly Qingdao, Lianyungang, Ningbo and Shanghai have intensified over the last week with … Read More
KDS Group claims its ex-director embezzled Tk 600 cr
KDS Group held a press briefing on This Saturday on 28th November in protest of an earlier press briefing of Muazzam Hussain Khan, father of Munir Hussain Khan, Munir Hussain … Read More
Chinese ports overcome corona challenges
Chinese ports have reported a Year-on-Year container throughput increase from the beginning of the year through to October, despite the Covid-19 challenges which have slowed down the transportation movements worldwide. … Read More
Water transport workers have agreed to withdraw strike.
Water transport workers, who have been observing work abstention — suspending cargo handling at Chattogram and Mongla ports’ outer anchorage, have agreed to withdraw their strike. Bangladesh Inland Water Transport … Read More
Opex & Sinha Textile Group On the way to closing.
Opex & Sinha Textile Group is now one of the largest factories in Asia. Anisur Rahman Sinha is one of the pioneers in the field of readymade garments in the … Read More
Maritime sector Is out of step?
Maritime sector Is out of step?. Global warming is a ticking time-bomb that could destroy us all or it could be a dud, failing to explode at the expected time. … Read More
CMA CGM ’s Q3 results boosted by CEVA.
CMA CGM Group has attained improved shipping activity in the third quarter compared to the previous year’s Q3, according to the company’s chairman and CEO, Rodolphe Saadé, who noted that … Read More
Maersk and Hapag push up Asia rates
Maersk Line and Hapag-Lloyd have announced rate increases out of Asia to a number of destinations in North America and Africa. In the first instance, the carrier will apply higher … Read More
CP and Malaysian customs join TradeLens initiative
TradeLens has seen two additions to its ecosystem this week with Canadian Pacific (CP) and Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) enter into the blockchain-based platform, jointly developed by AP Møller-Maersk … Read More
South Korea Plans Regional Alliance of National Container Lines
South Korea government announced plans to launch what it is calling a first of its kind national shipping alliance for five of its container shipping companies serving Southeast Asia. Under … Read More
PSA Mumbai introduces online payments solution
PSA Mumbai has launched a digital online payments system for Direct Port Delivery (DPD) customers with ODeX, India’s largest neutral technology platform, which connects various stakeholders in the ocoean shipping … Read More
Al-Muraykh vessel refloated & SUez canal reopened.
Al-Muraykh ran aground this morning in the SUez Canal while on Hapag-Lloyd confirmed. However the vessel has now been refloated and the canal has reopened, said a company spokeswoman. Al-Muraykh … Read More
Shipping Agents Association (BSAA) Election 2021
Bangladesh Shipping Agents Association elections in the first week of April. The list of valid candidates for the election will be released on Tuesday (March 9). The final list of … Read More
DB Cargo open to Europe’s largest ports
The freight railway company, DB Cargo has introduced new connections in the two largest ports of Europe, Rotterdam and Antwerp. From December, these new daily connections will link the western ports with … Read More
U.S. job openings, quits hit record highs in April
U.S. job openings surged by nearly one million to a new record high in April, while more people voluntarily left their employment, strengthening the view that a recent moderation in … Read More