Chinese Port Congestion: June 11, 2021

Congestion continues in Southern China ports, where delays in Yantian have spilled over to nearby ports.

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Chinese Port Congestion: May 26, 2021

The Chinese ports of Hong Kong, Yantian, Shekou, and Nansha are experiencing severe congestion due to delays in vessel schedules, COVID-19 preventive

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Back-to-Work Bill Issued to End Port of Montreal Strike: April 28, 2021

The Canadian Government introduced back-to-work legislation Tuesday, April 27, to end the one-day-old walkout by Port of Montreal dock workers. Labour

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72 Hour Strike Notice, Port of Montreal: April 23, 2021

The Union representing longshore workers at the Port of Montreal gave the Maritime Employers Association notice of a general strike, commencing Monday,

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General Average Declared for Ever Given: April 5, 2021

On April 1, 2021, Expeditors was advised that the Ever Given vessel owner, Shoe Kisen, had declared General Average. The Ever Given ran aground in the

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North America Port Congestion: January 5, 2021

Congestion at all North American ports continues to worsen. This situation is being driven by the unprecedented surge in demand, especially within the

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Feeder Services Temporary Suspension in South China: December 10, 2020

Shipping lines have announced a temporary suspension of feeder services in South China from approximately mid-January to the end of February 2021, for

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Cosco Suspension at Port of Chittagong: Oct. 23, 2019

It was reported over three weeks ago that the Chittagong Customs House (CCH) suspended the license of Continental Traders, the local shipping agent of

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COSCO Cyber Attack: July 30, 2018

United States

Since the cyber attack in the Americas region, COSCO Shipping Lines has taken measures to inspect and contain the reported ransomware. All

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COSCO Cyber Attack: July 26, 2018

United States

After suffering a cyber attack in the Americas region, COSCO Shipping Lines took measures to isolate their global networks in order to

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