Indian regulators have launched a probe into allegations that the AP Moller-Maersk units have been using their “influence” to force Indian shippers to use container facilities at Gujarat Pipavav Port (GPPL).
Shippers claim the Danish group’s container shipping divisions, Safmarine and Maersk, have agreed to only provide shipping services in Gujarat state via GPPL facilities [...]
Some say that holiday shipping has already peaked. Port of Los Angeles photo.
High unemployment and a stalled U.S. economic recovery are giving retailers few reasons to feel confident about their prospects during the fast-approaching holiday season.
“2010 has already hit its peak and numbers will decline through the remainder of the year,” according [...]
A computer rendering of the new Hanjin terminal in Jacksonville.
The planned Hanjin cargo terminal in Jacksonville cleared a major hurdle after the International Longshoremen’s Association agreed with Hanjin on manning levels at the terminal when it opens in 2014.
Hanjin intends to deploy a high level of automation using remote-controlled equipment. That [...]
Upgrades to a key road feeding the CN Intermodal Facility in Prince George, B.C. has been completed. The government of Canada committed up to $3.5 million to the project.
“The CN rail line runs from Edmonton to the Port of Prince Rupert,” said a member of Parliament. “It is a key part of the transportation [...]