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Fears of Ebola transmission via ocean vessel entered the public imagination in 1995 with the Dustin Hoffman movie “Outbreak,” which featured an African monkey carrying an Ebola-like disease on a container ship headed to the U.S., where the disease wreaks havoc on the country's population. A real-life outbreak of Ebola...
The focus among most of those involved in international logistics in the U.S. today revolves around the ongoing negotiations between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association and the impact of the talks on access and costs to container services. Capacity to ports on the U.S....
Overall capacity operated by the Top 21 container carriers increased 5.6 percent or 847,000 TEUs in the last 12 months, according to industry analyst Alphaliner’s latest newsletter, furthering chronic overcapacity in the container shipping market. The Top 21 carriers, which control 86 percent of the total global liner capacity, received a...
Despite generally strengthening spot rates in the head-haul east-west trades, the trend is unlikely to last because underlying volatility is growing, especially in the Asia-Europe trade, according to SeaIntel. “Recently, we have seen strong rate increases on the main export trades from Asia to Europe and North America,” SeaIntel said in...
The members of the Caribbean Shipowners Association (CSO) have adopted a voluntary guideline calling for the implementation of a 2014 Peak Season Surcharge (PSS). PEAK SEASON SURCHARGE: Effective September 28, 2014 through January 3, 2015: A temporary Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) of $175 per TEU will be applied without exception on southbound...

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