Ocean Insights Spotlights Ongoing Port Congestions and Shipment Delays

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Rostock, March 23, 2021 — With shipping rates at historic highs, ocean shipment data collected by ocean freight intelligence company Ocean Insights (a project44 company) spotlights ongoing shipment delays at … Read more..

Ocean Insights’ Report Warns of More Supply Chain Delays

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February 11, 2021. : Chinese quarantine measures are grounding truckers, just as maritime carriers are clearing out backlogs. The Chinese New Year is exacerbating COVID-19-related shipping delays outbound China. A … Read more..

Container rollovers surge in December across major container ports

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Ocean Insights’ cargo delay statistics show how the bull run is wreaking havoc on the market, with container rollovers surging across major ports during December and most major carriers seeing … Read more..

Learn How to Add Value to Global Food Supply Chains 

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Join Tim Crumley, Vice President of Global Logistics at Sysco International Food Group, Robin Jaacks, Chief Commercial Officer at Ocean Insights and Sarah Barnes-Humphrey, Founder and Host of Lets Talk … Read more..

Supply chain ‘coopetition’ Brings Logistics Visibility

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The impact of COVID-19 has been a definitive jolt to supply chain logistics stakeholders, as the widespread transport blockades impacted global freight movement. Maritime logistics operations witnessed massive delays at … Read more..

Carriers struggle with container shortages while rollovers increase

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Carriers struggle to cope with equipment shortages as transshipment ports see an increase in October cargo rollovers, reveals the latest Ocean Insights data. Strong demand for container shipping space on … Read more..

The ROI of integrating visibility into your door to door supply chain

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Integrating visibility into your supply chains is no longer a luxury, but has become a necessity – especially considering the intermodal activities that are required in the global market place … Read more..

Heavy cargo rollovers observed in September as per Ocean Insights data

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Supply chain disruption due to container rollovers at leading transshipment ports eased marginally for shippers in September compared to August. However, the ratio of rollovers remained far higher compared to … Read more..

Defeating demurrage and detention with data – Register for the Webcast

To many customers around the world, demurrage and detention costs represent some of the most expensive fees that they will incur in the process of a trade transaction.. Although demurrage … Read more..

Product Review : Ocean Insights’ ocean freight visibility platform

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Global sea trade has been trading blind for centuries because once the ship left the port of load with the goods, there was very little visibility on the whereabouts of … Read more..

42% will change supply chain strategies post COVID-19 – Impact Survey

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Global Supply Chains are very important in linking various countries to international markets facilitating global trade.. Modern day supply chains come with great opportunities but also pose some challenges which … Read more..

Ocean Insights releases key data on the effects of COVID-19 on global port calls

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COVID-19 the pandemic that came into the limelight in December 2019 has now spread to every country around the world. This has caused major economic and social disruptions with far … Read more..

Advance notification of cargo rollover – Reality or Myth?

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Cargo rollover happens for a variety of reasons, at various stages and various places. Cargo rollover can cause significant delays and result in potentially crippling operations. Most shippers assume carriers … Read more..