The Greek port’s box volumes declined in 2016 from a year prior amid increased volumes at the car terminal, while revenues ticked up 3.6 percent.
While A.P. Moller-Maersk plans to narrow its focus to transportation and logistics, the foundation that owns a controlling stake in the company will move in its own direction, Ane Maersk Mc-Kinney Uggla said.
Activist investor Paul Hilal’s hedge fund was looking for a swift and amicable transition for outgoing Canadian Pacific President and CEO E. Hunter Harrison to join U.S. Class I railroad CSX, but negotiations have taken a decidedly hostile turn this week.
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The Taiwanese government announced a $1.9 billion aid package for the country’s shipping industry, which both Yang Ming and Evergreen Line would be eligible for.
Although some shippers are hesitant on using foreign trade zones (FTZs) due to compliance burdens, the benefits of FTZs may be worth the effort.
U.S. District Judge Susan Illston denied attorneys requests to order the retail giant to pay $80 million in penalties to truck drivers on top of $54 million awarded by a jury in November 2016, according to a report from the Associated Press.