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Hapag Lloyd latest GRI’s

GRI – US EC to South America WC & Caribbean/Central America Effective February 1, 2017 Hapag-Lloyd will increase rates for all cargo (dry and reefer) from and via US East Coast ports as follows: To Central America/Caribbean destinations: USD 50 per TEU To South America West Coast destinations: USD 100 per TEU GRI – USA
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Maritime Cities: Shanghai on the up

Dynamic and bustling: Shanghai is the world’s busiest container port and China’s economic powerhouse. Hapag-Lloyd Operations Manager Terry Ye reveals where there are some quieter places as well. Moving through Shanghai during rush hour requires steady nerves. Millions of people on their way to work throng into the urban canyons of the economic metropolis at
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Port of Los Angeles Registers Another Record Month

For the second consecutive month, containerized cargo flowing through the Port of Los Angeles surpassed all-time volumes for a Western Hemisphere port. Port of Los Angeles terminals processed 877,564 Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs), eclipsing October’s all-time record of 814,574 TEUs. November volumes were up 23.6 percent compared to November 2015. “We are grateful to the cargo
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Dollar’s Rapid Gain Triggers Angst in Emerging Markets Developing countries move to stabilize their currencies By Chelsey Dulaney and Ben Eisen in New York and Yantoultra Ngui in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia The dollar extended its powerful rally, spurring central banks in developing countries to take steps to stabilize their own currencies and threatening to create
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October 10, 2016 Source: Klaveness One month ago Hanjin Shipping Co. sought bankruptcy protection, sending shivers down supply chain managers’ spines and creating fear among banks and counterparts. Gerry Wang, Seaspan’s CEO, called the event a “Lehman moment”. Although we find the analogy an exaggeration, there are important similarities and learnings to be had between
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