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International Shipping News Roundup: Bridge Collapse Update, Russia & China Deal with Houthis, Pirates, & OSRA 2.0

There’s a lot happening in international shipping right now. Rather than make shippers scramble from news site to news site to see what all is going on, we’ve rounded up the top [...]

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Houthi Attack on Ship Kills 3 – Ocean Shipping Balanced “at Maximum Capacity” and Vulnerable

The situation in the Gulf of Aden and Red Sea, forcing ocean freight carriers to route ships away from the Suez Canal, got worse yesterday (Wednesday, March 6th). Antisemitic, Iran-backed Houthi [...]

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Decoding OSRA: Section 16. Dwell Time Statistics

As we continue to see the beginnings of how the recent and ongoing changes to U.S. shipping law affect businesses’ imports and exports as well as carriers’ and other industry stakeholders’ [...]

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As Carriers Squeeze Shippers, FMC to Hold Hearing on Red Sea-Related Surcharges

Many shippers feel like ocean freight carriers are unfairly taking advantage of recent global events for financial gain. In particular, many believe the Red Sea-related surcharges carriers are [...]