Containers

Hapag-Lloyd: Climbing the ranks

January 5th, 20150 Hamburg: Our most recent cover star on Maritime CEO magazine, Rolf Habben Jansen, is back in the new year outlining significant expansion plans. The new Hapag-Lloyd,...

CargoSmart: Trio of new products

October 16th, 20140 Hong Kong: CargoSmart, the shipment management software solutions provider that leverages big data for greater visibility and benchmarking, has three new ways for...

Do we need a new canal?

October 8th, 20140 Andy Lane and Charles Moret from Container Transport International Consultancy on the merits of the Chinese-funded Nicaragua Canal.   As controversy and...

UASC: Size matters

August 22nd, 20140 Dubai: For at least five years now, the container sector has been in indifferent health. Several efforts have been made by the big players to improve profitability –...

Kambara Kisen: Doing its own thing

August 19th, 20140 Fukuyama: Hirotatsu Kambara is a busy man. As well as being an executive director for Tsuneishi Shipbuilding he is the president of Japanese shipping line, Kambara...

INTTRA: New ceo lays down marker

July 24th, 20140 Parsippany: On Monday John Fay was inveiled as the new ceo of INTTRA, the world’s largest multi-carrier e-commerce network for ocean shipping. Fay replaces Ken Bloom...

SeaIntel: Box situation precarious

March 13th, 20140 Copenhagen: Three-year-old SeaIntel has made a big impression on the container sector, its reports and analysis eagerly devoured by box watchers everywhere. The Danish...
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