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As Q2 begins the SLCI suggests a hint of hesitancy is growing

Slipping 1.0 point to 56.3, the Stifel Logistics Confidence Index has noted a bit of hesitancy in the European freight forwarding market for the month of April. Both air and sea sub-indices recorded declines for the month as a strengthening US dollar and sluggish Asia contributed to the slip.
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Cuba - Potentially a major transhipment hub of the Caribbean

As Cuba-US relations begin to thaw there’s anticipation of the eventual lifting of the 54 year old trade embargo. The possibilities are great and could position Cuba as a major transhipment hub. But, an...
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Asian companies look to expand into Myanmar

Last year Myanmar’s trade deficit increased by 88%. As such, the country has launched a national export strategy to redress the balance. This strategy will further open up the country to the international...
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Hapag-Lloyd orders five new container ships

Hapag-Lloyd announced that it has ordered five container vessels with a capacity of 10,500 TEUs to be used on Latin American trades. Read more

Panalpina reports mixed Q1

Panalpina has announced its financial results for Q1 2015, reporting declining revenue and EBITDA. Across its divisions air freight fared poorly while ocean freight grew its volumes and the Logistics division reached profitability. Read more

Port of Oakland container cargo volume rebounds in March

Containerized trade rebounded at the Port of Oakland in March with a 6.4% year-on-year increase in cargo volume, representing a turnaround after two months of decline. Read more

APL, MOL, NYK launch joint service between Asia and South America

APL, MOL and NYK have announced the launch of a joint service between major trading hubs in Asia and key ports in Mexico, Colombia and Panama. Read more

Hapag-Lloyd signs up to Shenzhen Port Green Convention

Hapag-Lloyd and the Chinese Port of Shenzhen have entered into an agreement to cut sulphur oxide emissions under the Shenzhen Port Green Convention. Read more

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