Tag Archives: business

STV Newsclip, 17 December 2019

What’s happening at the UK’s biggest container port – every berth empty, while DP World’s London Gateway and Southampton Container Terminal both have plenty of trade, and Liverpool 2 has…

Seafarers Awareness Week, 2017 – part 1, the launch

It’s easy to forget the world’s seafarers – but they are the people who our world’s globalised society relies upon to get the things we need to live, to where…

DP World Southampton – behind the scenes, part 1

The first part of Shipping TV’s 2 part report from the quaysides of the UK’s 2nd largest container terminal at DP World Southampton – including an exclusive interview with Head…

Zim Line pull out of Asia – Europe

After withdrawing their Line service in April 2014, and starting ad-hoc services in June, Zim have finally quit on the route.

MyFerrylink faces more rough seas . . 10 January, 2014

MyFerrylink faces more rough seas as owner Eurotunnel is ordered to sell or close ferry operation within 6 months. Background video is ferries entering and leaving Dover during rough weather,…

Emission control will hit shippers’ wallets – pt 1

On January 1st, 2015, ships will have to reduce their emissions in the new North American and North European Emission Control Areas . . will it be a game-changer?

London Gateway comes up towards 1st anniversary

London Gateway’s Xavier Woodward talks about the new port and how it has progressed during it’s first year in business . . .

New EU fuel regs and costs close UK-Denmark ferry route

The 140 year old ferry route between Harwich, UK and Esbjerg in Denmark is closing, mainly due to the EU’s decision to enforce new low-sulphur fuel regs that would cost…

Maersk Line tows home US$1.5 billion profit for 2013

Maersk Line’s profits for 2013 reported at US$1.5 billion, after US$461 million in 2012 . .