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Maersk & IBM’s BlockChain Collaboration Stalls

Big news hit in January when it was announced Maersk and IBM were forming a joint venture. The giants in international shipping and information technology, respectively, were introducing a [...]

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US-China Trade War Saves Carriers’ Year But Future Uncertain

You would think the trade war between the U.S. and China would be nothing but bad for transpacific shipping; however, it may have just saved the year for carriers.

Back in June, we [...]

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How To Evaluate a Freight Forwarding Company

This is a Guest Post from Betty White of Moving Offices San Diego.

If you need your goods transported overseas but are worried about handling the process, you need to hire a reliable [...]

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13 Things You Need to Know About Freight Forwarding

This is a Guest Post by John Stuart of the International Logistics Centre Freight forwarding is one of the most widely used methods of international transport for both business and personal use. [...]

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Maersk Sells Oil Division, Focusing on Shipping

Maersk is the biggest name in international shipping. It is the largest ocean carrier by capacity and sets industry trends with the moves it makes. Another advantage Maersk has over its [...]

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Shrinking Carrier Competition: Japan’s 3 Big Carriers Merging

News broke this weekend that Japan’s three biggest shipping companies are merging. On October 31st, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd. (MOL), Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK), and Kawasaki Kisen [...]