Lauritzen sells bulker trio to Clipper

Ocean freight rates are showing mixed signals. On one hand, spot rates for supertankers carrying crude oil are on a tear, a positive indicator. On the other, despite predictions to the contrary, rates along the all-important trans-Pacific container route between Asia and the U.S. continue to slide at a time when they should be going in the opposite direction.

Cosco Shipping Bulk appoints new managing director

Ocean freight rates are showing mixed signals. On one hand, spot rates for supertankers carrying crude oil are on a tear, a positive indicator. On the other, despite predictions to the contrary, rates along the all-important trans-Pacific container route between Asia and the U.S. continue to slide at a time when they should be going in the opposite direction.

ZIM taps clients to help navigate digital voyage

Ocean freight rates are showing mixed signals. On one hand, spot rates for supertankers carrying crude oil are on a tear, a positive indicator. On the other, despite predictions to the contrary, rates along the all-important trans-Pacific container route between Asia and the U.S. continue to slide at a time when they should be going in the opposite direction.

Northern Offshore scores four-year jackup deal in the Middle East

Ocean freight rates are showing mixed signals. On one hand, spot rates for supertankers carrying crude oil are on a tear, a positive indicator. On the other, despite predictions to the contrary, rates along the all-important trans-Pacific container route between Asia and the U.S. continue to slide at a time when they should be going in the opposite direction.

Shippers brace for a sharp rise in ocean fuel costs as IMO 2020 looms

Ocean freight rates are showing mixed signals. On one hand, spot rates for supertankers carrying crude oil are on a tear, a positive indicator. On the other, despite predictions to the contrary, rates along the all-important trans-Pacific container route between Asia and the U.S. continue to slide at a time when they should be going in the opposite direction.

Maritime regulators to weigh opposing views on port automation

Ocean freight rates are showing mixed signals. On one hand, spot rates for supertankers carrying crude oil are on a tear, a positive indicator. On the other, despite predictions to the contrary, rates along the all-important trans-Pacific container route between Asia and the U.S. continue to slide at a time when they should be going in the opposite direction.

Dorian to shut U.S. Southeast ports, intermodal for much of week

Ocean freight rates are showing mixed signals. On one hand, spot rates for supertankers carrying crude oil are on a tear, a positive indicator. On the other, despite predictions to the contrary, rates along the all-important trans-Pacific container route between Asia and the U.S. continue to slide at a time when they should be going in the opposite direction.

Tight tonnage in the Atlantic sends fronthaul capes towards decade-highs

Ocean freight rates are showing mixed signals. On one hand, spot rates for supertankers carrying crude oil are on a tear, a positive indicator. On the other, despite predictions to the contrary, rates along the all-important trans-Pacific container route between Asia and the U.S. continue to slide at a time when they should be going in the opposite direction.

Intelligent Cargo Systems helps ships improve efficiency of port calls

Ocean freight rates are showing mixed signals. On one hand, spot rates for supertankers carrying crude oil are on a tear, a positive indicator. On the other, despite predictions to the contrary, rates along the all-important trans-Pacific container route between Asia and the U.S. continue to slide at a time when they should be going in the opposite direction.

FMC allows Puerto Rico terminals to combine

Ocean freight rates are showing mixed signals. On one hand, spot rates for supertankers carrying crude oil are on a tear, a positive indicator. On the other, despite predictions to the contrary, rates along the all-important trans-Pacific container route between Asia and the U.S. continue to slide at a time when they should be going in the opposite direction.

Ocean Rate Report: Supertankers jump, boxes rates tumble

Euronav's VLCC Antigone. Photo courtesy of Euronav

Ocean freight rates are showing mixed signals. On one hand, spot rates for supertankers carrying crude oil are on a tear, a positive indicator. On the other, despite predictions to the contrary, rates along the all-important trans-Pacific container route between Asia and the U.S. continue to slide at a time when they should be going in the opposite direction.