This article will explore ways through which Container carriers can counter (or at least mitigate) the debilitating impact of commoditisation of shipping services.
As we step into 2024, it would be worthwhile to review how 2023 was for the shipping and logistics industry to understand the underlying context, which in turn will facilitate a better appreciation of the trends and factors that are expected to influence the maritime industry in 2024.
In this article, we will delve into the implications of commoditisation for various stakeholders and the deleterious impact thereof on carriers and cargo owners.
A seaway bill is a receipt of goods issued by the ocean carrier to the customer (also called the consignor or shipper). Learn everything you wanted to know about the seaway bill inside the article.
Over the past several years, in response to market conditions and the competitive environment, container shipping has gradually been commoditised. Find out the main reasons behind the commoditisation of container shipping industry.
In this article, we will understand the benefits and advantages that accrue from the usage of technological solutions in the logistics and shipping industry.
Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) stands as one of the two solid pillars that support the maritime industry. Find out everything you want to know about SOLAS in this article.
Careless or inexperienced MHE operators can cause containers to hit against each other and result in extensive damage. Let’s take a look at different causes and types of Damaged Shipping Containers.
Port operations are normally controlled by the port authority appointed by the respective government of the country. Find out more about port services that are required to support these operations.