What happens when a large tanker or ship breaks down and is not able to limp to the nearest port? Read the article to find out about Maritime Towage And Salvage.
In the last part of the series on the advantages and disadvantages of mega vessels for various stakeholders, we will examine the impact on Exporters/ Shippers/ BCO (Beneficial Cargo Owners), i.e. the entity owning the cargo.
Supply chain resilience is characterised by the preparedness of an organisation to meet sudden and disruptive events that affect its business performance negatively.
The logistics of relief goods, rescue equipment, relief infrastructure, aid workers, and victims in a disaster are referred to as humanitarian logistics. Read this article to find out more!
The most obvious and visible trend that has been gaining ground since the third quarter of last year was the decline in ocean freight rates. This article will discuss major trends defining supply chains and shipping in 2023.
Do you know that 29 trillion worth of cargo was transported across the globe last year using multimodal containers? These containers can be tracked by businesses using container tracking systems. Read the article to find out more!
Shipping containers of various sizes contribute more than 90% to cargo transportation globally. This article will look at the Non-Operating Reefer Or NOR Shipping Container.
After covering the advantages and disadvantages of mega vessels for Container Carriers/ Shipping Companies, we will explore how these behemoths’ deployment affects Port and Terminal operators (another major stakeholder in the transport process).
As the name suggests, a one-trip or single-use shipping container is a new container that has been used only once for carrying cargo. After completing the single trip, it is sold to another buyer.