By Lauren Rice2019-08-01T10:25:00+01:00
Southampton Cargo Handling (SCH) has signed an agreement with Neptune Lines that will see the terminal operator load and discharge all of the shipping line's ro-ro vessels that call at the port of Southampton, UK.
Neptune Lines provides transportation and shipping solutions to manufacturers and shippers of cars and high and heavy cargoes.
Neptune’s fleet of pure car and truck carriers (PCTC) is scheduled to call at the port twice a week.
Nordic Crane has acquired a 70 percent stake in Danish crane company Kran-Kompagniet.
The slide in spot rates in container shipping has become entrenched, according to analyst Drewry, with the dips getting bigger by the week. It added that it could be the beginning of the end of the container market bull run.
Construction of Royal Wagenborg’s third EasyMax vessel has started at the Royal Niestern Sander shipyard in the Netherlands.
Ports will play a key role in the decarbonisation of the supply chain, and the sector’s leading trade associations in the UK are calling for greater energy connectivity to facilitate the shift away from fossil fuels.
United Heavy Lift (UHL) has tasked Zeaborn Ship Management to supervise the construction of its latest F900 Eco-Lifter newbuilds, which it ordered during May.
Container shipping industry analyst Xeneta said that shippers on major trades are seeing falling spot rates and premiums, and getting capacity allocations is becoming easier.
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