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Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration officials have issued a proposal that seeks comment on several possible changes to the agencys hours-of-service rule, ranging from how to increase driver or workday time in adverse driving conditions to revising the current mandatory 30-minute driver break after eight hours of continuous driving.
Denmark's Maersk (AMKBY) said Tuesday it plans to send the first container ship from East Asia to Europe via the Arctic Ocean. The newly built Venta Maersk is set to leave the Russian port of Vladivostok later this month. It will sail through the Bering Strait and over the top of Russia en route to St. Petersburg, taking what is known as the Northern Sea Route.
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Port Klang Authority (PKA) announced today that the 2nd phase of the increase in Port Klangs container tariff which was due to be implemented on 1st September 2018, will be deferred to 1st March 2019.
Britains supply chains face a major skills shortage, and with the status of European workers post-Brexit still uncertain, the problem could intensify further still. Nearly 200,000 EU workers are employed in the UK supply chain and Freight Transport Association (FTA) head of skills Sally Gibson wants clarity on their situation post-Brexit as soon as possible.
The South African Maritime Safety Authority has issued an urgent warning to vessels east of South Africa to be on the lookout for cargo containers that reportedly fell from a containership off the coast of Durban a week ago.
Shippers have called on the air cargo industry to take action to mitigate the truck driver shortage or face increasingly unreliable supply chains. Writing in a column for Tiacas weekly e-newsletter, European Shippers Council chairman and Tiaca board member Denis Choumert said that the air cargo industry would not be able to escape the consequences of the driver shortage.
HMM recorded a net loss of $215m in the second quarter, taking the South Korean ocean carriers deficit to a massive $371m at the half-year stage. Like many of its peers, the carrier was hit hard by the rising cost of fuel and was unable to recover sufficient bunker surcharges to mitigate the impact of a 27% hike in bunker prices.