11-January-2024: In Europe, the holidays are now over, but in the Far East, the holidays are just around the corner. What does this mean for you?
20-December-2023: Shipping companies are increasingly deciding to divert ships via Cape of Good Hope. As such, it is irreversible that shipments incur significant delays.
18-December-2023: Following attacks by Yemen’s Houthi rebels on commercial vessels, several shipping companies have now announced that they will not sail through the Red Sea until further notice.
27-November-2023: We would like to inform you about the modified opening hours during the upcoming holidays!
27-November-2023: The main approach channel and Berths 8&9 at Hutchison Ports Port of Felixstowe have been deepened to improve access for the world’s largest container ships.
27-November-2023: The new year is in sight, which means new road haulage rates will be issued again. What are the expectations for these rates?
27-November-2023: As part of the modernization package for climate protection (“Klimaschutzprogramm 2030”), the German government announced important changes to the LKW-Maut with effect from December 1, 2023
27-November-2023: Due to increase in the number of reefer containers towards Matadi port, shipping companies have announced a Peak Season surcharge for all working reefer containers towards Matadi.
03-November-2023: The Panama Canal Authority (PCA) announced new operational measures, following “41% less rainfall than usual”.
03-November-2023: In continuation of the ongoing war in Israel, more and more carriers implementing a War Risk surcharge for shipments to Israel. Without prior notice we are forced to implement this surcharge on pending and new bookings on a case-by-case occasion.