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15.03.2022

Efforts growing to halt US moves targeting ocean carrier antitrust immunity

Through Biden’s executive order, the DOJ and the FMC are for the first time working more closely together on antitrust issues. Photo Credit: Shutterstock.com. Ports, labor […]
15.03.2022

Maersk subpoenaed as part of US supply chain ‘investigation’

Maersk said it will continue to work with the Department of Justice in its investigation. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. Maersk has been subpoenaed by the US Department […]
15.03.2022

New York asks Supreme Court to halt New Jersey’s exit from Waterfront Commission

New York’s lawsuit comes two weeks before New Jersey said it would leave the Waterfront Commission. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. New York State has asked the US […]
15.03.2022

White House taps supply chain stakeholders to build national data portal

The Biden Administration is championing its Freight Logistics Optimization Works (FLOW) as a way to better utilize port and supply chain assets as the country grapples […]
12.03.2022

Maersk selling stake in major Russian terminal operator

 Maersk bought the stake in Global Ports Investments in November 2012. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. Maersk Friday said it plans to sell its minority share in a […]
12.03.2022

OOCL’s rail-sea service rerouted from Russian port

China Railway said it moved the equivalent of 4.5 million TEU last year. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) said Friday its “Rail-Sea” service […]
12.03.2022

GPA spending millions to beef up ro/ro, breakbulk capacity

A ro/ro ship departing Colonel’s Island Terminal at Brunswick, Georgia. Photo credit: Georgia Ports Authority. The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) is expanding its Colonel’s Island roll-on/roll-off […]
11.03.2022

Diesel gains will fuel resurgence in softening West Coast truck rates

The fuel component of the West Coast truck rates will balloon to levels not seen since 2012, according to DAT. Photo credit: Nick Odlivak/Flickr. Rising diesel […]
11.03.2022

Shippers face rising fuel surcharges on top of rate pain

About 70 percent of the global container shipping fleet runs on very low sulfur fuel, and the escalating bunker costs are beginning to worry carriers. Photo […]
11.03.2022

Coming LA-LB cargo surge to rebuild vessel backlog: terminals

Sea-Intelligence Maritime Analysis projects a return to 100-vessel backlogs in Southern California that could continue through 2022. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. The halving of the backlog of […]