US Shippers exporting out of the Gulf and Southest can work to ensure their containers will get on the ship for Asia amid pressure on...
Better forecasting; digital management platforms, such as the New York Shipping Exchange (NYSHEX); penalties for bad behavior; and...
The New York Shipping Exchange (NYSHEX), which operates a booking system that seeks to combat the problem of cargo no-shows and...
In an industry-wide move to bring more certainty and accountability to the market, the New York Shipping Exchange, or NYSHEX, will this...
At TPM 2017, a panel discussion examined the New York Shipping Exchange, or NYSHEX, a new digital way of contracting that aims...
Gordon Downes, CEO of New York Shipping Exchange (NYSHEX), which incorporates some elements of a marketplace...
A group called the New York Shipping Exchange (NYSHEX), for example, has developed what is called a "guaranteed forward contract,"...
The no-show issue is also being addressed by the New York Shipping Exchange (NYSHEX), which estimates that no-shows cost the industry $23bn a year
Part of the reason the New York Shipping Exchange, or NYSHEX, has attracted so much interest ahead of its expected formal launch in this...
The New York Shipping Exchange (NYSHEX) said Tuesday it has received $8.5 million in Series A funding from a coalition of capital firms led...
US investment bank leads new round of Series A funding in US container freight exchange.
The New York Shipping Exchange is trying to change incentives in the shipping industry that encourage bad behavior.
The New York Shipping Exchange (NYSHEX) has been formed to address the breakdown in relationships between shippers and container shipping lines when either party does not fulfil its obligations...
NYSHEX hopes to change this dynamic with its cargo-booking platform that penalizes shippers and carriers that fail to live up to their end...
The competitive landscape of international shipping will fundamentally change over the coming months and years as leading carrier chief executives treat digital innovation as a top priority.
AMERICAN SHIPPER: Special Coverage: Ocean freight industry enters a pivotal 2017
What has been accepted as standard practice for decades - large shippers cementing big volume annual contracts with carriers and smaller shippers, forwarders and NVOs picking up the scraps on the spot market - is now being heavily scrutinized.
The New York Shipping Exchange has completed its pilot program for digital bookings.
JOC: Rolf Habben-Jansen, Hapag-Lloyd CEO addresses issue of no-show containers highlights industry’s inefficiencies.
Rolf Habben-Jansen’s keynote speech at JOC Europe was a ‘call to action’ for the industry to address the major problem around downfalls and the lack of contract compliance.
Shippers value service from container lines. Read about Hapag-Lloyd’s plans to offer premium services for an additional fee.
AMERICAN SHIPPER: Is container shipping a commodity?
Gain insight into current pricing practices among carriers and the potential effects of commoditization on carrier service levels.
Learn the history of The Shanghai Containerized Freight Index (SCFI) and its impact on the world today.
Read how the Shanghai Containerized Freight Index (SCFI) along with other index providers and rate benchmarking platforms, provide market participants with rate transparency—but they do so at the cost of contributing to rate volatility.
Material Handling & Logistics: Will The New York Shipping Exchange Transform the Global Supply Chain?
The New York Shipping Exchange (NYSHEX), due to be piloted in January 2016, aims to overcome the chronic inefficiencies that afflict ocean transportation and add cost to global supply chains.
The New York Shipping Exchange (NYSHEX) announces the pilot program for a new exchange for ocean container freight contracts.
Read about the downfalls of current contracts and the effect of unenforceable contracts on the container freight market.