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Stepped-up prevention helps reduce loss of containers at sea

The World Shipping Council (WSC) in its 2020 report shows that an average of 779 containers were lost at sea in the three-year period between…

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Intra-Asia interest sparked by empty container shortage

Rising rates on intra-Asia routes to five-year highs amid a capacity crunch born of an acute shortage of empty containers, has commanded fresh attention in…

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Actual Number of Containers Lost at Sea Falling

The global container shipping industry continues to see a declining trend in the number of containers lost at sea each year. The World Shipping Council…

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Removal of DG Stickers

Who can believe that it’s almost been three years since we reminded you of the steps that you need to take once your import container…

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Brazil seizes over 400 containers in fight against illegal logging

The war against illegal logging continues worldwide.  Australia’s soft start on illegal logging has now finished, still this fight continues. Police in Brazil have seized…

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World Maritime Day 2017

World Maritime Day has been celebrated around the world in the last week of September.  2016’s theme was Shipping – Indispensable to the World. 2017’s…

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30 Days Timelapse at Sea

Since it’s Friday we thought that we would share would you this truly spectacular time lapse video, documenting the transit of a container ship through…

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Port Infrastructure Surcharge

Please be advised that effective as of the 10th of July 2017 Terminal Operator Patricks at the Port of Fremantle will be implementing a Port…

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Hong Kong – Australia FTA

Negotiations on a Hong Kong-Australia free trade agreement (A-HKFTA) were officially launched on May 16th. Australian trade minister Steven Ciobo said an FTA with Hong…

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The OOCL Hong Kong

We’re back today showing you another mega-ship that has just been introduced to the world’s largest vessel fleet. Knocking the MOL Triumph off the top…

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