May 3 - Ramps Logistics of Trinidad and Tobago has become the 181st member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN).
Established in 1985, Ramps Logistics now employs 51 staff and offers a wide range of logistics services including out-of-gauge and project cargo shipping, vessel and aircraft charters, and specialised cargo handling.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has published a comprehensive guide to prepare the shipping community for threats such as piracy, kidnapping, and terrorism.
The port of Everett in Washington, USA, has welcomed the first cargo ship at its modernised south terminal.
Ports of Indiana in the USA has appointed Ryan McCoy as port director for Indiana-Burns Harbor and Tom Fifer as the director of planning and project delivery.
C.H. Robinson has launched Emissions IQ – a free tool for customers to measure the green credentials of their transport operations.
The Drewry Multipurpose Time Charter Index rose to USD7,795 per day in March 2021, representing a rise of almost 15 percent compared to the previous month.
The heavy lift ship that ran into trouble in Norwegian waters earlier this week has been towed to a harbour in Ålesund.
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