VIDEO Maritime 2023: Collaboration Goes Up To Fight Murky Waters

The maritime sector experienced a challenging year and is hoping that 2023 will bring more stability. We spoke with Ryan Closser, Director of Project Management, Network Collaboration at FourKites about the state of the maritime sector, the lessons learnt from 2022 and what to expect in 2023. More from our January 2023 edition with predictions […]

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UK’s Port Delays Recovering After Brexit

Both delays and transit speed at UK ports after Brexit appear to have slowly recovered as companies have adapted their supply chains, with delays falling to 41% and average journey transit speed increasing to 5.3 miles per hour as of Q3 2022. The analysis comes from FourKites. On-time performance of shipments was significantly impacted by […]

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Maritime’s Industry-wide Data Revolution is Underway

By Sarah Barrett, Product Insights at Wärtsilä Voyage The maritime industry is a critical part of the global economy, supply chains and logistics. Commercial shipping alone is responsible for carrying 90% of world trade and estimates from the International Chamber of Shipping indicate that around 11 billion tons of goods are transported by ships each […]

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Shipping Carriers Brace for A Dip But Investment Will Continue

Carriers enjoyed high rates in the last two years but this is coming to an end. Now they have more money in their pockets for the dip coming ahead and will continue investing in new and more efficient vessels. We spoke to Lars Jensen, CEO at Vespucci Maritime, about how the maritime market is performing […]

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Maritime: Vessel Utilisation Still Low

Global demand continues to decline, and whether we calculate the growth in TEU*Miles or as an annualised percentage over 2019, one thing is very clear: the supply/demand balance is under a lot of pressure. This is the latest analysis from Sea-Intelligence, a leading provider of maritime and shipping data. ‘The latest demand data from Container […]

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#1 Maritime in Short: Congestion Gone & Spot Rates Drop

50% of the congestion in ports has been resolved, says Niels Madsen, Vice President of Product and Operations, at Sea-Intelligence, the leading provider of Research & Analysis, Data Services, and Advisory Services within the global containerized supply chain industry.  Taking a quick look at the current state of the shipping sector Niels will explain key […]

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