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20210602-eumex-seasonal

Diageo, P&G face rising shipping rates for Europe-Mexico routes

The ongoing surge in container shipping rates is not just a Transpacific phenomenon with Hapag-Lloyd and CMA CGM raising their rates on Europe-to-Latin America lanes by 9% and around a quarter respectively. That’s likely linked to specific port issues given shipments from Europe to Mexico only... Read more →

20210601-yantian-ports

CMA CGM’s express plans may run into Yantian gate closure

The port of Yantian, Shenzhen, China reportedly halted acceptance for incoming export containers for several days “due to increasingly serious delays in vessel schedules”. That was the result of both a shortage of manpower and the knock-on effect of offloading delays at overseas ports. U.S. se... Read more →

20210521-ships-macro

China winning boat-building book as Japan resorts to tax breaks

The shipbuilding industry faces a mixture of near- and long-term challenges. Competition remains fierce with the Japanese government offering incentives to the sector as restructuring continues, most recently between Tsuneishi Shipbuilding and Mitsui E&S Shipbuilding. Japanese exports of compl... Read more →

20210519-hapag-origins

Hapag-Lloyd adds India-U.S. service after unsatisfactory Q1

Hapag-Lloyd may have failed to capitalize on the recent shipping volume boom, with CEO Rolf Habben Jansen stating “the development of the transportation volume was somewhat unsatisfactory” in Q1’21. U.S. seaborne imports linked to the firm rose by just 3.5% year over year in April, with shipme... Read more →

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