April 26, 2022

Italy announces ban on all Russian ships

According to Italian media on April 19, according to a statement from the Italian Coast Guard, in accordance with EU sanctions, Italian ports have banned all Russian-flagged ships from calling at ports since April 16. The ban will also apply to ships that change flags after February 24. According to the news, according to the

February 9, 2022

WTO report shows that global trade in services remains below pre-pandemic levels

The World Trade Organization (WTO) recently released a report on trade in services, saying that in the third quarter of 2021, global trade in services increased by 25% year-on-year, keeping pace with the growth of trade in goods. Digitally deliverable services such as computers, financial and business services are the main drivers of growth. .

December 29, 2021

Strong demand in Indian subcontinent and Middle East markets

Maersk recently reported that despite growing concerns about the new crown pneumonia epidemic, supported by strong demand for consumer goods, the market confidence index of the major economies in the Indian subcontinent and the Middle East has risen. The report pointed out that as the regional government invests in the construction of dedicated freight corridors

October 22, 2021

Nine major shippers including Amazon and Ikea promised to use only “zero-emission ships” by 2040

“If the climate crisis is to be resolved, the maritime industry needs to quickly decarbonize, and large shippers will become a key player in promoting the energy transformation of the maritime industry.”    According to a number of foreign media reports, on October 19, 9 companies including Amazon, IKEA and Unilever signed a proposal, promising

August 20, 2021

China continues to maintain its position as Japan’s largest export market

Xinhua News Agency, Tokyo, August 18 (Reporter Liu Chunyan) Preliminary statistics published by the Ministry of Finance of Japan on the 18th showed that Japan’s exports in July continued to grow rapidly year-on-year, with an increase of 37%, driven by demand from overseas markets such as China and the United States. The report shows that

July 22, 2021

Drewry: This year’s global shipping profit will exceed 100 billion for the first time!

Drewry predicts in its latest Container Forecaster report that due to the impact of the epidemic, global freight costs will rise this year, and the annual profit of the container shipping industry will exceed US$100 billion for the first time.    Drewry said that although the new crown virus pandemic has brought operational challenges to

June 25, 2021

The freight forwarding market has recovered strongly this year and is expected to grow by 11.6%

The report “Global Freight Forwarding Market in 2021” released by Transport Intelligence (Ti), an industry intelligence analysis agency, shows that after the outbreak of the new crown epidemic, the global freight forwarding market has shrunk sharply in 2020 and is now entering a stage of recovery.   Ti expected   In 2020, the global freight forwarding market

May 12, 2021

Earn 100 million a day! Evergreen Shipping successfully turned losses in the first quarter and made amazing profits

Evergreen Shipping’s performance in the first quarter increased sharply, successfully turned losses, and made amazing profits. On May 7, Evergreen Shipping disclosed that its revenue in the first quarter was NT$89.95 billion (approximately 20.873 billion yuan), a significant increase from NT$64.69 billion in the fourth quarter of last year. Reached NT$32.17 billion (approximately RMB 7.465

April 30, 2021

The Port of Long Beach and SpaceX signed a terminal lease agreement!

“We are honored to be SpaceX’s ‘first choice port’, which will bring ‘great opportunities’ to the port.” According to Lloyd’s Daily, the Port of Long Beach on the West Coast of the United States recently stated that Space Explorations Technologies Corp (SpaceX) has leased 6.5 acres of land in the port for launching rockets on

April 6, 2021

Suez Canal blockage highlights global supply chain risks

With the successful escape of the stranded cargo ship “Long Give” recently, the Suez Canal in Egypt is gradually returning to normal traffic. Analysts believe that after the complete restoration of canal traffic, the identification of accident liability and compensation for damages will become the focus in the short term, while in the long term,

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