Maritime Market Madness

FreightWaves SONAR

Well, the maritime market is in the middle of its own “August madness.” The maritime market madness has caused some retailers to wonder if Christmas is going to be canceled. The pressure in the maritime market has been caused by numerous factors including: Historically high U.S.

FreightWaves Classics: Maritime Administration promotes US merchant marine

The Supply Chain Journal

The Maritime Administration origins go back to the Shipping Act of 1916, which established the U.S. Maritime Commission. Although this legislation was passed 85 years ago, it still governs many of the programs that support the American maritime industry. Maritime Administration.

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Maritime Law

Globalior

Maritime Law Maritime law deals with the treaties, conventions, and laws related to nautical matters, especially private maritime business. Important Points: Maritime law deals with private maritime issues, offenses, disputes, and other similar matters.

IMO World Maritime Day amplifies seafarer voices

Shipping and Freight Resource

To read the profiles of the seafarers on the webinar, please visit IMO’s World Maritime Day page. The post IMO World Maritime Day amplifies seafarer voices appeared first on Shipping and Freight Resource.

FreightWaves Classics: Federal Maritime Commission is regulatory watchdog for maritime trade

The Supply Chain Journal

The continued deterioration of the global maritime supply chain has caused a surge in rates that is likely to remain elevated. The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) was established on August 12, 1961 by the Kennedy administration. The importance of maritime trade to the U.S.

Maritime regulator signs first-ever competition agreement with Justice Department

The Supply Chain Journal

The Federal Maritime Commission and the antitrust division of the Department of Justice have signed an agreement to sharpen economic oversight of foreign ocean carriers serving in the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission World Shipping Council

Did hackers pull off a maritime ‘Colonial Pipeline 2.0’?

The Supply Chain Journal

When the LockBit ransomware gang announced it had hit maritime fuel provider Petrologis Canarias earlier this month, the hackers proclaimed the cyberattack “Colonial Pipeline 2.0” In 2020 alone, the maritime industry experienced over 500 attacks, according to the U.S.

8 Maritime shipping challenges affecting enterprise shippers

FreightWaves SONAR

Enterprise shippers have always been an integral part of the maritime shipping industry and its partnership with truck fleet management. And likewise, maritime transportation has been a dominant player in global transportation for decades. Freight Market Blog maritime shipping

Examining maritime equity — Navigate B2B

The Supply Chain Journal

The ocean market is as tight as it’s ever been right now, but how do things stack up sector by sector? Steve Ferreira looks at how equities in container, dry bulk and liquefied natural gas are faring as ocean rates continue to skyrocket.

Technologies for Maritime Logistics Safety and Security

SIPMM Professional Publications

The landscape of maritime is shifting with the trends that are emerging do so out necessarily. The post Technologies for Maritime Logistics Safety and Security appeared first on SIPMM | Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management.

Maritime booking surge suggests capacity could get tighter this fall

The Supply Chain Journal

Maritime bookings represented by the Inbound Ocean TEUs Volume Index (IOTI) show a 40% increase over the past two weeks, the strongest spike in activity since early spring. Maritime bookings jumped 18% over the last two weeks of January.

US maritime group fears waiver abuse by fuel shippers

The Supply Chain Journal

domestic maritime interests has warned the Biden administration that the Jones Act waivers issued by the government to address fuel shortages could be used by shippers to make money off the crisis. shipping company Crowley Maritime Corp., Maritime Administration Valero Energy Corp

Federal Maritime Commission further deregulates service contracts

The Supply Chain Journal

The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) will begin this year what it calls a “new era of flexibility” for service contract filing for container lines and their U.S. Federal Maritime Commission U.S.

Sea change: Testing maritime uses for alternative energy

The Supply Chain Journal

CMA CGM has been pioneering the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as an alternative way to meet the low-sulfur fuel regulation of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) that went into effect last year. A small, unusual-looking vessel docked in San Francisco last week.

Electric vehicles and maritime efficiency — Transmission

The Supply Chain Journal

When you switch to AIT Worldwide Logistics for automotive shipping you’re partnering with a team of logistics professionals in Asia, Europe and North America who develop customized supply chain solutions that are just as unique as your business.

Viewpoint: Is Yantian next pothole on maritime superhighway?

The Supply Chain Journal

The Federal Maritime Commission has been briefed on the situation. American Shipper Maritime News container shipping Daniel Maffei Maersk Port of YantianSupply chains around the world are about to experience another hiccup.

US maritime group fears waiver abuse by fuel shippers

The Supply Chain Journal

domestic maritime interests has warned the Biden administration that the Jones Act waivers issued by the government to address fuel shortages could be used by shippers to make money off the crisis. shipping company Crowley Maritime Corp., Maritime Administration Valero Energy Corp

Timing in the maritime industry — Freightonomics

The Supply Chain Journal

The maritime shipping space has been filled with more drama than a reality TV show, and it is just as difficult to understand. Amazon Freight enables shippers to tap into Amazon’s network to move their full truckload freight.

NYC Maritime Hackathon 2019: Connecting Big Data And Maritime

Logistics Management

Over an intensive 36-hour period, entrepreneurs, investors, maritime executives and tech leaders will collaborate to develop solutions that aim to transform the maritime industry

Insights: Contracts Are Overrated In Maritime

Supply Chain and Logistics

Here is an interesting article about the questionable value of contracts. Do they make any situation more complex and less dependent on trust? Absolutely. And especially since many business people are expert at getting out of contracts that looked good … Continue reading → Leadership Logistics Strategy Supply Chains contracts ocean shipping

Top U.S. Maritime Regulator Sees Shipping Snarls Lasting to 2022

Supply Chain Brain

maritime regulator said stretched global supply chains pushing ocean-freight rates to record highs may stay strained into 2022, raising concerns about whether small American companies can weather another year of a tangled transport system and much higher costs The top U.S.

National Maritime Day means more now than ever

Logistics Management

This year’s National Maritime Day theme, "Sound Off for National Maritime Day," focuses on the current COVID-19 global pandemic response and recovery effort

Maritime mania challenges supply chains — Great Quarter, Guys

The Supply Chain Journal

With the news of Home Depot chartering its own ship and the COVID-19 problems persisting at ports across Asia, the pressure on Pacific maritime freight is still at an all-time high. Great Quarter, Guys podcast News Great Quarter Guys henry byers Home Depot maritime shipping

Federal Maritime Commission to assess carriers’ compliance on demurrage and detention

Shipping and Freight Resource

The Federal Maritime Commission has established a new audit program and dedicated audit team to assess carrier compliance with the Agency’s rule on detention and demurrage as well as to provide additional information beneficial to the regular monitoring of the marketplace for ocean cargo services.

Maersk ups the ante in maritime climate change debate

The LoadStar

With today’s announcement that the company has joined Hong Kong’s Low Carbon Charter (LCC), AP Møller-Maersk has shown further commitment to meeting climate change goals that go beyond the International Maritime Organization’s targets.

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Sustainability In The Maritime Industry

Mazars Ledger

In the past,… The post Sustainability In The Maritime Industry appeared first on Insights Center - Mazars - United States. Articles Articles 2019 M&D Watch September 2019 Manufacturing and Distribution Newsletters Sustainability The Ledger The Ledger 2019 September/October Transportation Year 2019 environmental M&D Watch maritime maritime industry ship Shipping sustainability T&L Transportation & Logistics Transportation and Logistics

Sustainability In The Maritime Industry

Mazars Ledger

The post Sustainability In The Maritime Industry appeared first on The Ledger - Mazars USA. Articles Articles 2019 M&D Watch September 2019 Manufacturing and Distribution The Ledger The Ledger 2019 September/October Transportation Year 2019 environmental M&D Watch maritime maritime industry ship Shipping sustainability T&L Transportation & Logistics Transportation and Logistics

Sustainability In The Maritime Industry

Mazars Ledger

The post Sustainability In The Maritime Industry appeared first on The Ledger - Mazars USA. Articles Articles 2019 M&D Watch September 2019 Manufacturing and Distribution Transportation Year 2019 environmental M&D Watch maritime maritime industry ship Shipping sustainability T&L Transportation & Logistics Transportation and Logistics

Least developed countries face maritime exclusion under new IMO rules

The LoadStar

Many countries, particularly the so-called SIDS and LDCs (Small Island Developing States and Least Developed Countries) could be left high and dry with limited maritime services if the latest short-term measures are approved, as expected, at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) today.

Difference between Maritime, Shipping, Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain

Shipping and Freight Resource

To the uninitiated (which included me at one stage), these industries are same or similar and it might come across that there is no difference between Maritime, Shipping, Freight, Logistics, Supply Chain and Trade. Maritime Industry.

Magaya Exclusive Discount: 15th Maritime and Logistics Training Course

Magaya

That's why we're happy to share that the 15th Maritime and Logistics Training Course is now open for registration! At Magaya, we value continuing education. The logistics industry is always changing, and it's important to keep up-to-date. Education

FreightWaves Classics: Crowley Maritime Corporation… from a single rowboat to a global leader

The Supply Chain Journal

On the Crowley Maritime Corporation website is a statement by Thomas Crowley, Jr., From these humble beginnings grew the company we know today as Crowley Maritime Corporation.”. This was the “largest commercial sealift in maritime history.”

ICS injects more urgency into maritime climate change ambitions

The LoadStar

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has recognised the extent of the climate crisis with its latest proposal to update to the industry’s climate change ambitions to net zero emissions by 2050, effectively doubling the maritime targets.

FMC leadership calls on the White House for maritime worker vaccinations

Logistics Management

maritime workforce The letter did not mince words in laying out the case for the “urgent issue” of vaccinating the U.S.