Post ImageThe Fascinating History Of The Shipping Forecast

The Shipping Forecast is a familiar broadcasting institution, which has fans far beyond the world of maritime voyagers.

Post ImageMaersk’s Freight Services Leads To Record Q1

Danish shipping giant Maersk has revealed record-breaking results for the first quarter of the year, driven largely by the success of its freight services.

Post ImageUkraine War ‘Forcing Shipping To Travel Further’

Longer shipping freight journeys are becoming commonplace as a consequence of the multiple effects of the war between Russia and Ukraine, a shipping industry expert has explained.

Post ImageUK Launches New Shipbuilding Taskforce

The first Shipbuilding Taskforce is to be established in the UK by the Department for Education (DfE).

Post ImageWhat Are The Options For Shipping Heavy Machinery?

If you need to transport heavy machinery overseas, you will know that the process is more complicated than arranging to ship regular cargo.

Post ImageP&O Dispute Causes Freight Backlog

As the Ever Given incident showed last year, hundreds of vessels can be held up for days because of problems with a single ship (albeit a very large one).

Post ImageFreight Volumes Rise As Major Operator Tips Industry Squeeze To Loosen

Key factors in the increase were upturns in volume in freight travelling to and from the UK and on Mediterranean routes.

Post ImageEvergreen Cargo Ship Runs Aground In Chesapeake Bay

Both ships are owned by Evergreen marine, the Taiwanese company that operates the Ever Given, which caused the Suez Canal blockage almost one year ago.

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Post ImageThe Rise And Fall Of The World’s First Heavy Load Ship

The first-ever modern powered ship that was designed to carry heavy loads belonged to a freight company that at one point the world’s largest freight shipping company.

Post ImageHow Shipping Freight May Be Affected By Ukraine War

A primary shipping consequence of the war has been to impact trade in the Black Sea, most obviously in Ukrainian ports like Odesa and Mariupol.

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