Schedules and Industry News

Industry News

  • Cyber attack on Maersk - On the 27th of June Maersk-Moller was hit by a large scale Cyber Attack which impacted on its global operations severely.  With all of its email communication, telephones, bookings, quoting systems all down for an extended period of time.  This hampered communication to and from the shipping giant for a number of days.  

  • Rate Increases - With shipping lines nearly at capacity and Hanjin collapsing (Asia-US Trade) shipping lines are now filling up.  With lines at nearly Christmas freight levels they see this as the perfect time to claw back some lost money.  First of July we saw rate increases out of all Chinese ports into New Zealand and Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and Spain.  We are expecting rate increase month on month until Christmas.  The general trend has been down or rock bottom for the past 12-18 months but with the lines hemorrhaging money.  Now they see a prime opportunity to get some of that lost money back (for example Hanjin were loosing $US100 per TEU).

  • New Service Agreement - October 2018 - PAD Service - This service is an alliance between CMA-CGM, Seatrade, Marfret.  Doing a unique East-West loop and will be the only service in the world that will be able to offer the transit times and the amount of port calls offered on this service.  See the Press Release here with a map of the ports on its rotation.


Heartland Shipping CommentaryA weekly look at how bulk rates, fuel rates, charter rates and scrap-ages - 14th of July 2017


Please see our below Import and Export schedules

We have industry leading transit times and we don't open boxes in Singapore.  For either Import or Export.  Click on the appropriate schedule you require for a PDF




Major markets we are weekly from are - USA, All 5 ports in China DIRECT into the South Island (Ningbo, Shanghai, Xiamen, Huangpu, Shenzhen and Hong Kong), also North Asia DIRECT into the South Island (Qingdao, Dalian, Xingang, Kaoshiung, Keelung and Busan), the UK, Major Ports in Europe and more.