The Bonn, Germany-based parcel carrier said it will impose a 4.9 percent general average price increase for its U.S. account holders, effective Jan. 2.
The French shipping company, which acquired Neptune Orient Lines and its APL subsidiary earlier this year, is seeking a buyer for the APL container terminals.
The ship management software provider analyzed six ports throughout the world to better understand what impact the new verified gross mass amendment of the Safety of Life at Sea convention has had on the shipping industry since it took effect July 1.
Logistics Plus hires new head of sourcing division, while the Cargo Incident Notification System names deputy chairman.
NYK, “K” Line and MOL each reviewed the past year and plans for the future, including the new joint venture between the three companies, which they plan to form in July.
Page International promotes director of sales and GlobalTranz hires senior vice president of carrier relations.
The cloud-based rate management software provider launched a new upload platform to give forwarders and shippers access to real-time carrier rate and surcharge changes.
A study prepared for the Directorate-General for Climate Action found that savings from Flettner rotors and wing sails are seen as comparable.
The German ocean carrier said the bonds are not for sale in the United States, and proceeds will be used for early redemption of notes due later this year and for general corporate purposes.