In the evening of 24 September, close to 40 members and guests gathered on the seaside in Saint-Nazaire for the ECG Maritime & Ports Working Group (M&P WG) which commenced with an informal wal...
While the political debate and negotiations continue, two car plants in the UK plan production changes and the SMMT has warned a no-deal Brexit could add at least £5bn ($6...
Responding to a customer who has been waiting for the delivery of his Tesla Model 3, Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla tweeted that the company is building its own car carriers to ease the delivery bottlene...
The French government is thinking about taxing foreign heavy goods vehicles but François de Rugy, the new minister of ecological transition, denies the return of a “green tax”...
UK international road freight users need to develop contingency plans in case of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, including seeking alternative routes to move goods, or using different vehicles or mode...
The European trucking sector is at a crossroads and must make a choice between CO2 emissions climbing 10% over the next decade or taking a pathway towards zero carbon road freight, stronger economic g...
Container shipping giant CMA CGM believes that compliance with the 2020 sulfur cap will involve an additional average cost of $160 per TEU, based on current conditions...
ESPO, the European Sea Ports organisation welcomes the Commission’s proposal for a Regulation establishing a European Maritime Single Window environment (COM 2018 278 final)...
Ahead of the global sulphur cap on marine emissions, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has produced comprehensive guidance on implementation planning to help ensure compliance with the regul...
DFDS is to expand and improve its route between Norway, Belgium and Immingham...
On 31 August, the All India’s 9th Maritime and Logistics Awards (MALA) was held in Mumbai...