Citations with the tag: MAERSK Line (Company)
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- Trading places.
Leach, Peter T. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 3/27/2006, Vol. 7 Issue 13, p22
Discusses issues surrounding the shipping industry in the U.S. Scheduled number of containers that steamship companies will deliver in 2006; Forecast on the rate of growth in U.S. imports; Increase in the market shares of Maersk Line and Hapag-Lloyd.
- RADAR SCREEN.
Leach, Peter T. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 10/16/2006, Vol. 7 Issue 42, p8
The article offers news briefs related to commerce in the U.S. as of October 2006. The number of U.S.-flag vessel operators continue to decline despite the tax benefits included in the country's Job Creation Act of 2004. The shares of Maersk Line fell to 17.4 percent of global liner capacity in...
- What can we expect?
Ferrulli, Gary // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 12/25/2006, Vol. 7 Issue 52, p14
The article presents the author's views on the expectations for the transportation industry in the U.S. for year 2007. He questions the claims of several shipping companies that they will reduce capacity and increase rates in 2007. He comments on the aim of Maersk Line to double its revenue by...
- Horse race.
Leach, Peter T. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 7/23/2007, Vol. 8 Issue 29, p26
The article reports on the ranking of shipping line Maersk Line in the Top Fifty Container Fleet Operators from AXSLiner. Maersk Line remains atop the list in nominal TEU fleet capacity followed by other liner companies such as Mediterranean Shipping Co. While Maersk's share of the global fleet...
- Maersk plans to raise Latin America cargo rates up to 30%.
Leach, Peter T. // American Journal of Transportation; 5/28/2012, Issue 532, p1
The article reports on the plan of Maersk Line to raise its Latin American cargo rates by as much as 30% in 2012 to stop losses and pay for 16 ships being built for the region. According to the cargo company, the decision to raise rates in the region comes as it struggles to recover from a...
- Defense Industry Notes.
Leach, Peter T. // Sea Power; Sep2002, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p24
Presents news and information concerning the United States Navy as of September 1, 2002. Naval Sea Systems Command contract awarded to the National Steel and Shipbuilding Co. to build Lewis and Clark-class dry cargo/ammunition ships; Contract awarded to Bath Iron Works division of General...
- Exports to the rescue.
LEACH, PETER T. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 9/22/2008, Vol. 9 Issue 37, p20
The article presents statistics on the top 40 ocean container carriers in 2008. The overall U.S. laden container trade in the first half of 2008 increased by 2.1% over the same period in 2007, where import volumes dropped 6.1% while exports grew 15.8%. Exports represented 42.2% of the total U.S....
- THE WEEK.
LEACH, PETER T. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 12/15/2008, Vol. 9 Issue 49, p10
This section offers news briefs on the forwarding industry. Maersk Line and Cosco Container Lines slashed Asia-to-U.S. container freight rates in few of weak demand as exporters find it hard to survive. U.S. president-elect Barack Obama plans to make infrastructure spending as the centerpiece of...
- THE JoC TOP 40 CONTAINER LINES.
LEACH, PETER T. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 7/20/2009, Vol. 10 Issue 29, p24
The article lists the rankings of container carriers in the U.S. export trade lanes for 2009 which includes Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping, and Hapag-Lloyd.
- Smoothing the Waters in the Trans-Pacific.
TRUNICK, PERRY A. // World Trade: WT100; Apr2013, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p47
The article discusses the trans-Pacific region trade. It presents the views of SÃ¸ren Skou, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of shipping firm Maersk Line, on general rate increases (GRI) and managing TEU (twenty-foot-equivalent unit) capacity limits in the Panama Canal by switching to the Suez...
- Circular Arguments.
TRUNICK, PERRY A. // World Trade: WT100; Apr2013, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p9
The author discusses the inelasticity of transportation pricing in the container shipping industry. He emphasizes the comments made by SÃ¸ren Skou, chief executive officer (CEO) of the Maersk Line, a container shipping company, wherein Skou criticized the pricing behavior of the industry, as...
- Company Profiles.
TRUNICK, PERRY A. // Israel Shipping Report; Q2 2012, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p77
The article presents company profiles of several shipping companies. Some of them include Zim Intregated Shipping Services, Maersk Line, and Mediterranean Shipping Co. An overview of the companies are offered along with financial performances. An analysis is provided which includes strengths,...
- RACE TIGHTENS FOR US CONTAINER TRADES TRIPLE CROWN.
Salisbury, Marsha // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 6/11/2012, Vol. 13 Issue 21, p22
The article discusses the developments in the race for the U.S. container trade triple crown as leading carrier in imports, exports and total volume. The rankings of the Top 40 Import and Export Container Carriers of "The Journal of Commerce" for the 2012 first quarter results showed...
- CHINESE CHECKERS.
Knowler, Greg; Zhu, Annie // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 5/12/2014, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p16
The article reports on the uncertainty over whether Chinese regulators will approve of the proposed P3 Network alliance of the carriers Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Co. and CMA GGM. It mentions the approval given by the U.S. and Europe, the ongoing regulatory review of the alliance by the...
- Maersk to Lay Up Boxships.
Knowler, Greg; Zhu, Annie // Traffic World; 11/24/2008, Vol. 272 Issue 47, p33
The article announces that Maersk Line company will likely to lay up container ships in 2009 in the U.S. According to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Maersk parent A.P. Moller-Maersk company Nils Andersen, the carrier had no immediate plans to withdraw tonnage but added that they have no...
- California ports agree major terminal deals.
Knowler, Greg; Zhu, Annie // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Jan2000, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p4
Reports on the major marine terminal contracts entered into by shippers in California. Contract signed by Hanjin Shipping company to build and operate a terminal in northern California; Lease contract signed by Maersk Sealand company; Consolidation moves of shipping companies.
- Painful Cuts.
Armbruster, Bill // Traffic World; 2/26/2007, Vol. 271 Issue 8, p32
The article reports on the impact of the decision of carrier Maersk Line to streamline its inland network on shippers in the U.S. The number of inland U.S. destinations it serves through direct bills of lading will be reduced by Maersk According to Gordon Dorsey, spokesman for Maersk, the inland...
- Shipping out of port?
Lipowicz, Alice // Crain's New York Business; 02/15/99, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p3
Reports on Maersk Line and Sea-Land Services Inc.'s plans to expand to Baltimore, Maryland and Halifax, Nova Scotia and stop their operations in New York. Concerns over the economic impact of the move on New York; Companies' problems with the less-generous rent concessions from New York;...
- 'Waltz has begun' in S. America trade.
Leach, Peter T. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 9/27/2004, Vol. 5 Issue 39, p24
Reports on the decision of shipping company Maersk Sealand to pull out its Tango and Samba service rotation and to launch its own vessels on route between the east coasts of the U.S. and South America as of September 2004. Impact of the decision of Maersk on the Samba service; Reason for...
- Winning combination.
Mongelluzzo, Bill // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 5/23/2005, Vol. 6 Issue 21, p12
Deals with the move of shipping lines to control their marine terminals. Advantage of ocean carriers with access to terminals; Benefits of the control of terminals by APM Terminals to its carrier unit Maersk Sealand; Participation of carriers in terminal projects in China.
- Market concentration.
Plume, Janet // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 5/23/2005, Vol. 6 Issue 21, p26
Discusses the growth in container volumes handled by container shipping lines. Percentage of increase in container volume in 2004; Growth in volume posted by CMA CGM; Market share of Maersk Sealand in the Gulf container sector.
- Top 50 Container Lines Imports, 2004 vs. 2003, in TEUs.
Plume, Janet // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 8/15/2005, Vol. 6 Issue 33, p5A
Lists top 50 container lines based from U.S. import from 2003 to 2004. Maersk Sealand; Mediterranean Shipping Co.;
- Maersk to Hike Export Rates.
Plume, Janet // Traffic World; 7/7/2008, Vol. 272 Issue 27, p32
The article reports on the plan of Maersk Line to increase its export rates on July 1, 2008. The company is planning to rise the general rates from $200 to $400 per twenty-fooot equivalent unit (TEU) on exports of containerized and reefer cargo from North America to northern Europe. It explains...
- Maersk Line Extends IT Contract with IBM.
Plume, Janet // EmergingMarketsNOW; 11/4/2008, p9
The article reports that Denmark-based container shipping company, Maersk Line, extended its outsourcing agreement with IBM. According to the agreement, IBM will continue to provide information technology (IT) services to Maersk Line from its India and Denmark centers. Furthermore, the extended...
- Maersk Plans Rate Hikes.
Cassidy, William B. // Traffic World; 12/11/2006, Vol. 270 Issue 50, p33
The article reports on the plan of Maersk Line to drop its two trans-Pacific liner strings and reduce its capacity by 10 percent. The capacity cuts and rate hikes come at a time when general overcapacity is pushing ocean rates down and rail rates and fuel costs are hitting ocean carriers below...
- No free ride.
Bonney, Joseph // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 2/12/2007, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p6
The article discusses the author's view on the plan of Maersk Line to reduce intermodal rail routings for customers. Maersk is trying to lessen its costs of returning empty containers to port in reducing its number of rail routings. This move turns out to be a problem that has become...
- Making sense of nonsense.
Ferrulli, Gary // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 2/12/2007, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p36
The author looks at the state of the carrier industry. He said that the declining rates combined with rising costs caused earnings to drop and became an obvious problem for the carriers. He asserts that carriers need to recover from rising costs, especially for inland transportation and fuel. He...
- Relief valve.
Mongelluzzo, Bill // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 2/12/2007, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p40
The article reports on the return of shipping company Maersk Line to the U.S. West Coast-North Europe trade. According to Total Logistics' president Robert Coleman, the decision of Maersk, which discontinued its Europe-U.S. West Coast service in 2003 to re-establish the service is positive as...
- Ray of hope for Halifax.
Leach, Peter T. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 4/28/2008, Vol. 9 Issue 17, p28
The article details the plans of the Port of Halifax in Nova Scotia to compensate the losses it had incurred in 2007. The port posted an overall decline in container volume in 2007, down by 8.1 percent, when Maersk, China Shipping and CP Ships decided to withdraw their cargoes. However, the port...
- member news.
Leach, Peter T. // Site Selection; Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p574
The article offers news briefs related to industrial companies in the U.S. Maersk Line announces that it will stop purchasing shipping containers with floors made of uncertified tropical hardwood. Lockheed Martin plans opening a new Mission Support Center in the greater Jackson,Mississippi area...
- Maersk Sealand still No. 1 in US trades.
Leach, Peter T. // JoC Week; 02/25/2002, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p18
Reports on the increased shipping volume on export and import in the United States. Details on the top carrier Maersk Sealand; Illustration on the Port Import/Export Reporting Service; Reflection on several developments.
- Maersk Line readies new reefer service.
Leach, Peter T. // Refrigerated Transporter; Jan2009, Vol. 44 Issue 8, p10
The article reports on the plan of Copenhagen, Denmark-based Maersk Line company to start a new multi-trade reefer service in January 2009. The plan will able to combine intra-European cargoes with worldwide feeder traffic. Accordingly, the company will phase its Euromed service at Ashdod,...
- Asset or Non-asset?
Mongelluzzo, Bill // Traffic World; 10/1/2001, Vol. 265 Issue 40, pL-13
The selection of third-party logistics providers throughout the world depends on the sector of business to which they belong. As shipping lines such as Maersk Sealand, APL Ltd. and NYK Line Inc. adopt contract logistics, shippers are considering which is the best choice when outsourcing...
- Maersk gets 3 more containerships.
Mongelluzzo, Bill // Traffic World; 2/17/97, Vol. 249 Issue 7, p41
Reports that A.P. Moller of Copenhagen has ordered three TEU containerships for its Maersk Line subsidiary. Capabilities of the ships; Goal of delivering 15 identical vessels by 1999.
- ONE-STOP Drop.
Page, Paul // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 9/13/2010, Vol. 11 Issue 36, p4
The article reports that international transportation providers have begun moving away from offering full service options in a bid to remain viable during the global financial crisis. It states that the practice of offering seamless delivery services, from the pick up point, to delivery to the...
- World's Top 50 Container Lines.
Page, Paul // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 9/29/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 39, p6A
Presents a statistical guide on the world's top 50 container lines. Maersk Sealand from Madison, New Jersey; Evergreen from Morristown, New Jersey; APL of Singapore and Oakland, California; Cosco in Secaucus, New Jersey.
- Taking a new tack.
Leach, Peter T. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 5/1/2006, Vol. 7 Issue 18, p14
Discusses issues concerning the trans-Atlantic container shipping market. Impact of the introduction of the China Shipping-CMA CGM service on the industry; Result of the reorganization of the trans-Atlantic services of Maersk Sealand; Observation on the growth in eastbound traffic.
- Maersk's Security Fee.
Leach, Peter T. // Traffic World; 9/13/2004, Vol. 268 Issue 37, p32
The article discusses the additional security charges imposed by the company Maersk Sealand. The company will add a $6 security charge for each container to pay for its compliance with the international security mandates and will pass terminal security charges to its customers. The charge, will...
- Carriers expand, contract Gulf service.
Leach, Peter T. // Traffic World; 3/7/2005, Vol. 269 Issue 10, p32
The article reveals that transportation company Maersk Sealand is cutting back on one Gulf service, while NYK Inc., is adding capacity to another. Maersk Sealand has announced plans to curtail its direct eastbound sailing on its MedGulf service in May, Maersk plans to provide a transshipment...
- Maersk to Bid for P&O.
Rehring, Emily // Traffic World; 5/16/2005, Vol. 269 Issue 20, p11
Reports on the merger agreement entered by shipping companies, Maersk Sealand and P&O Nedlloyd. Financial terms of the agreement; Effort of Maersk to create an opportunity for further development of the global container business of the two companies; Percentage premium on Nedlloyd's closing...
- FINDING THE RIGHT MATCH.
Mongelluzzo, Bill // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 10/14/2013, Vol. 14 Issue 21, p53
The article focuses on how industry giants Maersk Line, BNSF Railway, Home Depot and Archers Daniels Midland (ADM) use import steering or match-backs as an opportunity to use their equipment more efficiently. It notes the lessons than can be learned from the model and cite the benefits when...
- Picking Up the P3 Pieces.
Brooks, Chris // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 7/7/2014, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p4
The author reflects on the failed vessel-sharing alliance of shipping carriers Maersk Line, CMA CGM and Mediterranean Shipping Co. due to the lack of approval from China. He mentions the carriers' share of the Asia-Europe trade, the lack of a Chinese carrier, and the centralized command center....
- WHAT'S NEXT?
Szakonyi, Mark // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 7/7/2014, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p10
The article discusses the rejection of the massive vessel-sharing agreement (VSA) among global container lines Maersk Line, CMA CGM and Mediterranean Shipping Co. by China's Ministry of Commerce. Topics covered include issues Chinese authorities had with the alliance over market control, the...
- NEXT UP: CONSOLIDATION.
Tirschwell, Peter // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 9/1/2014, Vol. 15 Issue 18, p78
The article discusses the financial condition of Maersk Line, a global container division of Danish business conglomerate A.P. Moller-Maersk Group, and its implications to other companies in the container industry. It highlights the significant profits generated by the company as its competitors...
- Maersk Sealand Contains its Data Integration Challenges with Monarch.
Hansen, Michael // DM Review; Jan2005, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p72
Reviews the computer software Datawatch Monarch Pro from Datawatch Corporation. Use of the software by Maersk Sealand, one of the largest liner shipping companies worldwide; Problems related to data quality issues solved by the solution; Product functionality; Strengths and weaknesses of the...
- Streamlining the Leviathan.
Leach, Peter T. // Traffic World; 1/28/2008, Vol. 272 Issue 4, p19
The article explores the contribution of CEO Eivind Kolding in the growth of Maersk Line. Being the new CEO of the company, Kolding faced the challenge on how to turn the business around, and return the world's largest shipping line to profitability. In response, he developed a reorganization...
- Lines aim to push up rates.
Leach, Peter T. // Logistics Manager; Apr2009, p07
The article reports on the plans set out by Hapag-Lloyd and Maersk Line to increase freight rates on main container routes in 2009. Maersk's freight rates from Asia to northern Europe will increase £s;174 in April and a further rise in July. Details of Hapag-Lloyd's new tariff rates are...
- CHANCES SLIPPING AWAY FOR CARRIERS TO RAISE ASIA-EUROPE RATES.
Leach, Peter T. // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 9/7/2015, Vol. 16 Issue 18, p6
The article reports on the decrease in spot rate in Asia and Europe in 2015, prompting several shipping companies, including Maersk Line and United Arab Shipping Co., to push for general rate increases to meet the shipping demand in the regions.
- Building the Perfect Port.
Fabey, Michael // Traffic World; 10/5/98, Vol. 256 Issue 1, p30
Focuses on the request of Maersk Line Ltd. and Sea-Land Service Inc. to the North Atlantic ports of building container-handling complex in the United States. Reaction of the US ports on the request of the companies; Launch of the containership 'Regina Maersk'; Financial problems of the US ports.
- THE NUMBERS GAME.
Ferrulli, Gary // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867); 3/12/2012, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p20
In this article, the author discusses the fluctuating revenue of various shipping companies including Maersk Line, APM Terminals and Hapag-Lloyd AG. The author reports that spot rates of Asia-Europe has increased by 114 percent. The author further analyzes various carriers financial returns of...