Numerous major liner carriers are currently racing to be in the best possible position for the new and expanded Panama Canal. Higher rates on transports to the US East Coast draw carriers, according to Drewry.
BY DANIEL LOGAN BERG-MUNCH
When the new and expanded Panama Canal opens for business in April 2016, a long line of container carriers aim to be ready with new services from the Far East to the US East Coast.
CII: IMO’s new climate regulation, CII, is liable to undermine its own intentions, German carrier Oldendorff warns. CII fails to view situation in its entirety, which may lead to an increase in emissions.
CII: Although a new legal clause places the responsibility and bills for poor climate ratings with operators and carriers, this has not altered Seaspan’s negotiations with customers, the major shipowner tells ShippingWatch.