More booking cancellations equal more ocean-service cancellations equal more delivery uncertainty.
An in-depth look at coronavirus risks to Panama Canal transits.
Some believe Capesize rates will remain depressed. Others see light at the end of the tunnel.
Ocean shipping has functioned well during the outbreak but pressures are mounting.
Halt of cruise voyages will slash HFO demand, a positive for cargo ships with scrubbers.
Lois Zabrocky explains how two black swans — the outbreak and oil price war — reshaped the market.
Investors appear increasingly worried that the coronavirus will spark a global recession with no quick bounceback.
Ship scrubbers no longer equate to big savings on fuel costs. Is this only temporary?
An exclusive interview with SIA Flexitanks CEO Damien McClean on what’s happening right now with Chinese manufacturing, trucking and ports.
CargoMetrics data reveals that Chinese port activity has recovered much faster than some had feared.
It has been a particularly rough start of the year for tanker stocks despite exceptionally strong results.
An exclusive interview with Jefferies analyst Randy Giveans on the coronavirus-induced shipping-stock collapse.
As risks surge and stocks plunge, a look at the key coronavirus issues and a rundown of FreightWaves’ coverage to date.
Big data confirms China trade volumes fell off a cliff in the wake of the coronavirus.
Asian refineries suddenly have too much gasoline, diesel and jet fuel. Buyers in the West are taking the overflow, a plus for product tankers.
Cost to ship containers from China is down 6-8% but dearth of cargo may limit discounts.
The second half of 2020 is shaping up to be either very good or very bad for dry bulk shipping.
Companies that have been outsourcing and far-sourcing their supplies might now look to source closer to their assembly line to have flexibility during times of disruption.
Inland trucking slowdown in China leaves port reefer plugs full, blocking refrigerated food imports.
Trade risks will intensify if the virus spreads from China to the global pool of seafarers.
Shipping bosses warn of huge economic knock-on effects from the coronavirus outbreak.
No evidence yet of a rush to expedite exports ahead of feared price increase.
More tariff and sanction risks lie ahead for ocean shipping.
The tolls in Connecticut may have a special place for the semis that drive their roads.
Ships recently in China considered a “hazardous condition”
The Wuhan coronavirus has forced several Chinese cities into a state of lockdown, severely affecting manufacturing hubs and constricting global supply chains.