Phnom Penh: Cambodia has opened its new 120,000-teu a year capacity container terminal of the Phnom Penh Autonomous Port.

Fujian: Fujian ports posted a 10.6% year-on-year rise in box volume in to 10.7m teu in 2012.

Busan: South Korea's Busan port maintained its position as the world's fifth busiest container port in 2012 with throughput of 17.03m teu, an improvement from 16.17m teu in 2011.

Kaohsiung: Taiwan's main seaport Kaohsiung achieved a marginal improvement in annual container throughput in 2012, according to figures from Taiwan International Ports Corporation (TIPC).

Kaohsiung: China Merchants Holdings (International), together with Cosco Pacific and China Shipping Terminal Development (Hong Kong) have formed a joint venture company to acquire a $135m 30% stake from Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation in Kao Ming Container Terminal Corp.

Hong Kong: The East Asian port of Hong Kong recorded lower container throughput in November of 1.87m teu, down from 1.96m teu registered in the same period of 2011.

Singapore: Singapore port moved 2.59m teu of containers in November, beating the volumes registered a year ago, according to data from Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA).

Makassar: Philippine-based International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) will extend a joint operation contract at the Makassar Container Terminal, South Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Shanghai: Shanghai, the world's busiest container port, posted strong box throughput in November of 2.82m teu, an improvement both year-on-year and month-on-month.

Busan: South Korea's port of Busan is projected to handle more than 17m teu of containers this year, with transhipment cargoes estimated to grow as well.

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