Containers

Israeli container line Zim is setting up a new digital unit as it aims to become a digital leader in the shipping industry.
Singapore container port handled 33.7m teu last year up 8.9% on 2016, however, volumes were still marginally lower than the record year of 2014.
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…
Malaysian container line PDZ Holdings will tie up with established Indonesian shipping industry player Indonesia Bulk Carrier (IBC) in a move to expand into the Indonesian maritime industry.
The boxship sector is facing record deliveries of ultra-large containerships (ULCs) newbuildings in 2018 with 10 joining the fleet in January alone.
The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) is extending toll discounts for dry bulk vessels until the end of 2018.
Caribbean specialist Geest line is quitting Portsmouth for Dover in the UK as it expands its fleet.
Bimco says that caution will be needed in 2018 to sustain the improvement in shipping markets last year, with China remaining as the driving force of demand.
The value proposition of sea-rail intermodal connected ports in most major markets has thus far predominantly been based on faster transit times and a reduction in overall cost, especially holding…
Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) ceo Junichiro Ikeda says a full-scale recovery of shipping markets is still in the making.
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