The container transportation is today widely used by the railways of all countries in the world. After World War II, this type of carriage dramatically reduced the costs of transport, supported the post-war boom in international trade, and became a major element in globalization.
JSC RZD Logistics, the largest multimodal logistics operator in the CIS and Baltic countries, announces the expansion of the railway service of non-resource export with opportunity to ship cargo requiring special temperature conditions in refrigerated containers.
Price Announcement for Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) in North Europe to South America East Coast In a continued effort to provide you with a high level of service, uninterrupted liner services and equipment supply, Hapag-Lloyd will apply a Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) for all container types, except reefer containers, on the trade from North Europe to South America East Coast.
As this blighted year nears its end, three maritime journalists were asked to assess the industry as it enters a critical period in history. Change is afoot and 2021 is likely to herald a new beginning for some, writes Nick Savvides, managing editor at Container News.
As shipping lines have seen their fortunes made after a period of severe decline in volumes during the pandemic, ports and terminals have not fared so well in Europe’s key region, of the Hamburg – Le Havre range where volumes have declined by more than a third in some cases.