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Ports & Logistics

Stay informed with the latest news, analysis and market insight from the ports and logistics sector through our expert coverage

LA’s Seroka optimistic as US economy ‘keeps on cooking’

The port of Los Angeles had its best first quarter outside of the pandemic as strong consumer demand buoyed imports, while March exports reached their highest level since January 2020. Chief executive Gene Seroka expects a strong US economy to keep supporting cargo volumes

Containers Ports and Logistics

Rotterdam sees slow growth on Red Sea disruption

Schedule disruption slowed growth in Rotterdam during the first quarter. But March saw a return to form and a boost from Mediterranean transhipment

Red Sea Risk Containers

Thessaloniki port reports record container throughput

Thessaloniki Port Authority board announces preferred bidder for key Pier 6 expansion

Containers Ports and Logistics

Portland container terminal to close in October

Teu volumes at the port hit zero in 2017, and despite a revival during the pandemic, Portland’s Terminal 6 will cease operations later this year

Containers Ports and Logistics

Antwerp-Bruges box volumes show signs of recovery

Economic conditions in Europe remain weak, with muted growth prospects. But Belgium’s port complex is seeing a great share on container volumes

Containers Ports and Logistics

US consumer demand bolsters port of Long Beach volumes

A resilient US economy and strong consumer demand are supporting US container import demand. Port of Long Beach’s reported its best first-quarter volumes outside of the pandemic era, with imports increasing 9.6% on the same period in pre-pandemic 2019

Containers Ports and Logistics

FBI opens criminal investigation into Key Bridge allision

FBI agents boarded Dali on Monday as part of a criminal investigation into the catastrophic Key Bridge allision, the Washington Post reported. A port worker told a CNN affiliate in the days following the incident the ship was experiencing severe electrical problems while in port, but retracted their comments the following day. Determination of criminal negligence or wrongdoing could significantly impact the owner’s general average and limitation of liability claims

Casualty Law

Protest groups disrupt ports

Several small-scale protests have temporarily blocked access roads at ports in a number of countries. But disruptions appear to be minor without any serious impact on operations

Containers Ports and Logistics

Singapore tops maritime clusters listing

As Singapore remains secure in its role as shipping’s largest maritime hub, Hong Kong slips out of the top 10. And while Europe still features strongly, the move to Asia is well underway

Sustainability Ports and Logistics

Red Sea crisis propels OOCL first-quarter revenue

Results come as Red Sea blockade and Panama Canal congestion helped to absorb substantial available box shipping capacity, thereby shoring up freight markets

Red Sea Risk Containers

China-run Hambantota port starts box business

Move expected to ease congestion at compatriot Colombo, which is widely used by major carriers to connect European cargo to the Middle East Gulf via feeders after Red Sea disruption

Containers Ports and Logistics

Guangzhou port general manager resigns amid management shake-up

Former chairman Li Yibo resigned in the past week and is reportedly under investigation by China’s anti-graft authority

People Ports and Logistics
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