Taiwan’s carrier Wan Hai Lines has announced to the stock exchange that it will not proceed to exercise options for four feeder boxships at China’s Guangzhou Wenchong Shipyard/China Shipbuilding Trading Company.

Taiwan’s Wan Hai Lines has made a bumper order for 20 new container vessels with Japanese and Chinese shipyards.

Wan Hai Lines has announced the launch of a new China-India Service, while RCL has entered a slot exchange arrangement with Inter Asia Lines (IAL) on its new China to Chennai service.

Taiwan’s Wan Hai Lines has purchased a pair of secondhand feeder vessels at a total price of $25m from Mi-Das Line, wholly-owned by Japan’s Doun Kisen Co.

Taiwan’s Wan Hai Lines has slumped to a first quarter loss due mainly to a significant loss taken currency exchange differences and a steep fall in operating income, as revenue was largely stable.

Experts from the maritime industry are gearing up to debate, discuss and analyze the opportunities and challenges facing the industry at Sea Asia 2017.

Taiwan’s Wan Hai Lines will join the Thailand-Belawan Service (TBS) from 7 January 2017, a network to be jointly operated with Japan’s K Line.

Taiwan’s Wan Hai Lines has bought 10,150 containers from container manufacturer Singamas at a price of $19.18m.

Regional container carrier Wan Hai Lines has managed to stay in the black despite seeing a significant fall in its first half profit.

Taiwan’s Wan Hai Lines has placed an order for eight 1,900 teu boxships worth a total of $212m to $236m from Japanese yard Naikai Zosen Corporation.

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