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Chile's SAAM SA announced its consolidated results for the year 2012, with total revenue, considering its sales associates, at $690.8m, up 7% on 2011.
Singapore: The Panama Canal could lose up to half its container line services from Asia to US East Coast (USEC) as line cascade 7,000 – 9,000 teu vessels off the…
Manila : Port management company International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) has reported net income of $144m for 2012, a 10% rise on 2011's $131m
Singapore: Maersk Line ceo Soren Skou is confident on achieving box rate increases on the transpacific and the Asia – Europe trade in the coming months.
Tel-Aviv: Zim Integrated Shipping Line has added a second eastbound New York call to its Atlantic service.
Caracas: Venezuelan port operator Bolivariana de Puertos (Bolipuertos) S.A has made an extensive equipment order from Cargotec’s Kalmar, indicative of a large expansion of operations at its Puerto Cabello and…
Jakarta: Jakarta headquartered-Berlian Laju Tanker’s (BLT) secured creditors in Indonesia have rejected a restructuring plan, leaving its financial rescue plans hanging by a thread.
The good results from Stealthgas a leading LPG player, are well known, and investors are starting to catch on. As the equity markets were rising to new heights on March…
New York: Scorpio Tankers is splashing $99.5m on a pair of LR2 product tankers at Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries.
Santiago: Operations have started at Puerto Central in the port of San Antonio, Chile.
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