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Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) Trust reported lower profit in the first quarter while revenue remained largely unchanged.

The slowdown in China's economy is starting to be seen in the figures of port operators such as Cosco Pacific, which saw first quarter total throughput at all its ports rise 6.6.% for the three-month period but rise only 1.1% in March.

What are the implications of Gulftainer's ground-breaking entry in the US in June? Five months on, Seatrade Global spoke to four of the world's leading ports consultants to find out.

Hutchison Port Holdings Trust (HPH Trust) has reported lower net profit in the third quarter even as revenue and container throughput rose over the same period of last year.

South Korea’s Busan port has handled higher box throughput in August over the same period of last year, according to figures released by Busan Port Authority (BPA) on Sunday.

DP World has reported a 26% increase in profit to $341m in the first half of 2014, up from $295m in the same period last year.

Shanghai International Port (Group) Co (SIPG) has registered a rise in profit in the first half of 2014 even as revenues stayed flat.

Terminal operator Cosco Pacific saw first half revenue rise by 11.4% to $440.2 m from $395.2m previously. Revenues from the terminals business rose by 18.9% to $258.1m from $217.1m previously.

The Port of Gothenburg, which handles around 30% of Sweden’s imports and exports, reports a 9% fall in container traffic throughout the first half of 2014, versus the same period in 2013.

International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has increased its second quarter earnings on strong operating income.

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