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A Vessel with a Panamax classification is one that can use the Panama Canal between the Atlantic and the Paciic Oceans. Vessels that are too big to fit through the locks on the canal are known as post-Panamax.
The maximum vessel size is determined by the locks which were installed when the 83 kilometre canal was completed in 1914 and will fit vessels up to 274 metres long and 32 metres wide.
Wine companies in Australia may have hit a barrier in getting bottles to China because of excessively tariffs, exports to Hong Kong are booming. Shipments to the city rocketed 111% in the 12 months ended June 30, to A$187 million ...Read More
Tags: Australia, China, exports, Hong Kong
Increases in shipping costs, and the appreciation of the Chinese yuan, both affected the export environment of many Chinese agricultural products. The price of Chinese ginger has reduced in the last few weeks. The Sales manager at Jining Shangzhuo Food ...Read More
Tags: China, exports, Freight Shipping
Australia exported 45 per cent less wine to mainland China in the financial year ending in June. Exports to other markets increased by 12 per cent Britain bought 23 per cent more Australian wine imports, largely due to Covid-19 restrctions ...Read More
Tags: Australia, China, Covid-19, exports
There has been a vast growth in plane conversions from passenger to freighter aircraft (P2F) because of falling passenger numbers due to Covid-19. Before the crisis InsightIQ recorded approx 78,000 freighter flights per month. By December 2020 this had increased ...Read More
Tags: air freight, cargo, Covid-19, freight