Hong Kong: Container throughput at the port of Hong Kong ticked along in May, growing 2.7% overall to 2.18m teu from 2.12m teu the year before.

Busan: The South Korean port of Busan is targeting to handle 17.5m teu of container throughput this year, pointing to a 8.2% growth year-on-year.

Ningbo: APM Terminals, the ports arm of A.P. Moller - Maersk, has took up a 25% stake in a RMB4.29bn ($674.4m) project to expand China's Ningbo port.

Singapore: Singapore, the world's second busiest container port, registered higher container handling volumes in May.

Shanghai: China's Shanghai port handled higher volumes of containers in May from both year-on-year and month-on-month figures.

Jakarta: International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) is tying up with one of Indonesia’s largest port developers for the operation and management of its recently acquired facility in Jakarta.

Manila: Philippine-based global port operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) has added a new line of port equipment at Manila International Container Terminal (MICT), the multi-trailer system (MTS).

Chongqing: Inland ports in China continue to grow strongly, with the Port of Chongqing moving 241,000 teu in the first four months of this year, up 23% from the previous corresponding period.

Jakarta: Indonesia's biggest seaport Tanjung Priok has completed upgrades to two major container terminals that will allow the handling of bigger ships and higher container throughput.

Singapore: PSA International and Tianjin Port Group have agreed to strengthen ties and foster greater cooperation following the signing of a strategic cooperation framework agreement on Friday.

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