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Panalpina Growth Parked Ahead of DSV Scale Push

Panalpina reported 5.0% year over year revenue growth in 1Q 2019, marking the slowest expansion by the freight forwarder since 1Q 2017. That’s largely been down to a 3.0% drop in ocean freight volumes due to a weak macroeconomic situation, according to CEO Stefan Karlen. The firm may have trie... Read more →


Cosco Shipping’s Rebound May Just Be A Bounce

Cosco Shipping reported a rebound in profitability in 4Q 2018 with an EBITDA margin of 10.2% from 2.4% a year earlier. That was the highest result since 3Q 2014 and was helped by a mixture of the inclusion of superior profitability from Orient Overseas as well as less aggressive competition fo... Read more →


ZIM Volumes Set To Zoom, Profits Zapped By Lease Payments

Container-line ZIM Shipping reported a 12.1% year over year increase in revenues in 4Q. The growth included a 9.0% rise in average shipping rates that was inline with its peers. The firm’s volume growth of 4.0% is likely to accelerate in the new year after signing a route sharing alliance with... Read more →


Fedex Focuses on Profitability as Revenue Growth Slows

Fedex reported fiscal 3Q, or calendar 1Q, revenue growth of just 2.9% compared to a year earlier. That was the slowest rate for the third party logistics provider since 2Q 2015. The slowdown was widespread across the business with the express parcel segment saw a 1.0% drop in revenues. The com... Read more →


CMA-CGM Draws on Cost Cutting as Well as Ceva For Future Growth

CMA-CGM reported 4Q revenues that rose by 14.9% year over year as the container line’s average shipping rates improved by 6.3%. The latter was better than Hapag-Lloyd’s 3.9% rise but below the industry average 9.3%. CMA-CGM’s volumes handled also expanded, including a 9.9% increase in U.S.-inb... Read more →


K+N’s Tough End to 2018 May Need More Than a Cost Cutting Fix

K+N has reported 4Q revenues that rose by 6.8% year over year, the slowest rate in two years. That was likely due in part to a drop in air freight volumes as well as a 3.3% decline in achieved revenues per unit in seafreight. The firm blames weakness in European trade routes for the slowdown, ... Read more →


Hapag-Lloyd Avoids China Risk, Can’t Dodge Fuel Cost Troubles

Hapag-Lloyd reported 4Q revenues that rose 16.1% year over year, though that included an average container-rate increase of just 3.9%. That was well below Maersk, and the industry average, which achieved a 9.3% improvement. Hapag-Lloyd’s volume growth of 7.2% did not receive a big boost from ... Read more →

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