Hong Kong's Hutchison is about to be hit elsewhere in the group, as disgruntled workers at its Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) unit threaten to hit its Watsons chain of health and beauty shops.

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker’s 13 September call for “investment screening” has raised new concerns in Athens as the country battles to meet the demands of its European creditors through the privatisation of state-owned commercial organisations.

The frustrations of port operators over poor road and rail connectivity came across loud and clear during research for a new report on port connectivity in the UK.

Leading ship finance executives see China’s massive One Belt One Road (OBOR) as very positive for shipping.

Terminal operator DP World is buying both Drydocks World and Dubai Maritime City (DMC) for $405m increasing its position in the marine services market.

DP World is to quit Indonesia’s second largest port – Surabaya – after its current contract comes to an end in 2019.

Cosco Shipping Ports (CSP) continued with its strong pace of growth in August, with overall throughput going up 13% to 7.7m teu from 6.8m teu in the previous corresponding period.

Ties between the UAE and Hong Kong are set to grow after discussions between DP World and top government leaders this week.

A subsidiary of China Merchants Port Holdings Company (CMPH) has entered into an agreement to buy a majority stake in Zhongshan Port & Shipping Enterprise Group.

More than 10 main seaports located in China’s three Emissions Control Areas (ECAs) along the country’s sprawling eastern coastline have implemented the 0.5% fuel sulphur cap, as part of a national effort to curb harmful emissions from ships at berth.

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