The latest industry news and PSA BDP Happenings from across the globe.

May 28, 2024


Recent actions taken by the Office of the Management and Budget (OMB) and the Federal Maritime Commission clear the way for the final rule on Demurrage and Detention Billing Practices to take full effect on May 28, 2024.

May 13, 2024


The TCRC rail workers’ union in Canada has hit back at the “incredibly frustrating” decision taken by the minister of labour to prevent the impending strike on the grounds that disruption to services could “endanger the health or safety of the public”.

April 13, 2024


Iran's Revolutionary Guards seized an Israeli-linked cargo ship in the Strait of Hormuz on Saturday, days after Tehran said it could close the crucial shipping route and warned it would retaliate for an Israeli strike on its Syria consulate.

April 4, 2024


A magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck off Taiwan’s eastern coast on Wednesday, April 3, causing significant damage and loss of life. The earthquake occurred at almost 8am local time, with its epicenter approximately 25km southeast of Hualien, at a depth of 15.5km.

April 1, 2024

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PSA BDP, a leading global logistics and supply chain solutions provider, has today announced the opening of its first office in the Philippines, located in Paranaque City.

March 27, 2024


The Port of Baltimore’s container terminal stopped accepting exports Tuesday morning and will be closed Friday after a catastrophic cargo ship crash collapsed the Francis Scott Key Bridge into the shipping channel and cut off marine vessel access to Maryland’s largest port.

March 26, 2024


A major bridge collapsed in the U.S. port of Baltimore in the early hours of Tuesday after being struck by a container ship, plunging cars into the river below.

March 13, 2024


Farmers plan to block the ports of Antwerp, Ghent, and Zeebrugge, Belgium, on March 14. Port service and transport disruptions are likely.

March 8, 2024


A two-day strike by Lufthansa airline ground staff has coincided with a 35-hour strike by train drivers. Rail operator Deutsche Bahn said only 20% of long-distance trains were running and Germany's largest airport, Frankfurt, cancelled all departures.

February 13, 2024


Antwerp, one of Europe's biggest ports, said on Tuesday that there was disruption at the site due to protests from Belgian farmers - the latest in a series of European-wide demonstrations from farmers demanding better pay and working conditions.