Covid closures hit ocean volumes
FourKites has outlined the impact of the Covid-19 lockdowns in China on the global supply chain.
Ghana to fine ships carrying unvaccinated personnel
Ghana is to impose fines on ships arriving at its ports with unvaccinated personnel, according to the latest directive by the Ghana Health Service.
Ningbo terminal closure adds to concerns
The precariousness of the worldwide road to recovery has hit the headlines once again with the closure of a terminal at one of the world’s busiest ports – Ningbo-Zhoushan.
Dimerco supports India’s fight against Covid-19
Dimerco has coordinated the delivery of vital medical supplies from Philadelphia in the USA to Bangalore, India.
Human Rights Due Diligence Tool launched to protect seafarers
The United Nations (UN) has launched its Human Rights Due Diligence Tool – a checklist designed to help maritime sector businesses uphold their responsibility to respect human rights under the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights during the Covid-19 crew change crisis.
Vaccination: A legal minefield for the marine industry
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has warned that lack of access to vaccinations for seafarers is placing shipping in a legal minefield, while leaving global supply chains vulnerable.
Logistics industry reports recovery beyond 2022
The 2021 Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index reports that logisticians do not expect a full economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic until 2022 or beyond.
Neptune Declaration gathers momentum
transport logistic 2021 cancelled
DB Schenker and Cargolux join forces
Qatar Airways boosts fleet with Boeing
Respecting seafarer rights
Forwarding market set to rebound
CF Sharp sets up Covid-19 test centre
UK P&I launches crew change guide
Port of Baltimore rebounds
Confidence in the UK logistics sector drops