Category Archives: UK Logistics

Road, rail and inland waterways transport in the UK.

Shipping TV milestone: 14,000 Subscribers, 5.5 million views, 1,500 clips!

A Huge thank-you from Chris to all our subscribers and viewers as we exceed totals of 14,000 subscribers, 5.5 million views and 1,500 video clips on shipping TV – and…

Port News: London Gateway goes for 4th berth; 12 August 2019

Having opened its first berth in 2013, it’s second in 2015 and it 3rd in 2017, DP World London Gateway has recently requested tenders for the construction of it’s 4th…

ISAAC NEWTON – Cable laying ship arriving in Harwich Harbour, 18 July 2019.

Multi purpose offshore cable laying vessel Isaac Newton arrives in Harwich Harbour on her way to berth at Harwich Navy Yard. Filmed by Paul Hiett.

STV Shipping & Logistics News, 11 July 2019

Shipping TV News for11 July 2019: MSC Gulsun deployed to Silk service; ICL USA – Europe service moves from Liverpool to Southampton. and more!

Shipping TV Shipping & Logistics News, 26 June 2019

A news update from Shipping TV: Cruise Liner gets a bump on her way out to sea . . . Road Freight – 931 thefts from road transport trucks in…

Zhen Hua 24 delivers 4 remote-control RTGs to Felixstowe, 21 June 2019

Converted oil-tanker Zhen Hua 24 arrives at Felixstowe to deliver 4 new remote-control Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes, for use in the berths 8 and 9 stackyard. The cranes are valued…

Shipping TV Shipping & Logistics NEWS, Friday 21 June 2019

A new version of a twice weekly news show from Shipping TV, dealing with the wider shipping and logistics industries around Europe and the World.

Shipping TV News, 9 May 2019

A brief update on the latest from Shipping TV itself, and reminders on how to contact us, and what’s happening next.

STV Newsclip, 24 April 2019

In today’s STV Newsclip, 24 April 2019: high-altitude workers at Felixstowe, a horrible fall accident at Liverpool 2 terminal, and the ex-RMS Helena is to become the race-base. for “Extreme…

Ferry Somerset sails for Rotterdam, 19 April 2019

On the bright morning of 19 April 2019, freight ferry Somerset sails from Harwich for Rotterdam.

Trinity House seamen to strike on 3 April 2019

The first strike by seamen working for Trinity House in more than 500 years is due to happen on Wednesday, 3rd April 2019:

Quiet quays at Felixstowe, 26 March 2019

Felixstowe’s quays were very quiet this morning (26 March 2019) at 9am, with just one ship alongside . . .

Port of Felixstowe & DFDS Ferries sign new 15-year deal; 21 January 2019

Good news for Felixstowe as they sign new deal with DFDS and install new ferry linkspan.

UK’s most barbaric seatrade continues; 12 January 2019

Live animal export for fattening and slaughter is a trade that the UK seems to want to end, but so far hasn’t . . . the latest episode has seen…

Hapag-Lloyd/OOCL service returns to Felixstowe; 14 December 2018

After a few months operating into the DP World Southampton container terminal, the Hapag-Lloyd/OOCL EMX/NET service is returning to Felixstowe from 23 December 2018.

4 -ship morning: Ro-Ro Somerset sails from Harwich, 12 December 2018

On the bright but cold morning of 12 December 2018, ro-ro freight ferry Somerset heads out into the North Sea.

RMS Cuxhaven goes astern from Mistley Quay, 25 November, 2018.

Filmed at the small UK port of Mistley, on the River Stour in Essex, RMS Cuxhaven goes astern from the berth, before swinging some distance downriver, on the chilly afternoon…

Maersk & MSC move major Far East service away from Felixstowe; 12 November 2018

The 2M shipping consortium, formed by Maersk Line and MSC, are moving their AE7/Condor service UK port from Felixstowe to London Gateway:

Forth Ports taken over by Canadian Pension Fund manager; 4 October, 2018

Canadian Pension Fund manager PSP, a long-time sharehold in UK ports group Forth Ports, has purchased control of the business.

UK Ports in trouble in run-up to Christmas, 3 October

Shipping lines are still diverting important ships away from Felixstowe, Southampton is suffering congestion, and UK businesses are suffering in the vital run-up to Christmas . . .

Felixstowe loses 2 more services, despite software “progress” claims, 1 September, 2018.

Felixstowe loses 2 more services, despite software “progress” claims: in the past few day, OOCL and CMA-CGM have switched services away from the port of Felixstowe due to software problems,…