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Containers

Online freight forwarding company iContainers has urged the sector to embrace technology and ditch paper processes.
The Hong Kong Shippers Council says it welcomes the territory’s Competition Commission's decision to grant a block exemption to voluntary discussion agreements (VDAs) among container lines.
As expected, Hong Kong's Competition Commission on Tuesday issued a block exemption order (BEO) for vessel sharing agreements (VSAs) between liner shipping companies.
The digitising of processes in container shipping and logistics has been a slow process, but INTTRA president and coo Inna Kuznetsova believes it is now becoming the industry standard over…
An alliance of 14 Korean container lines will do little to help unless there is full scale consolidation says analyst Alphaliner.
Zeaborn Group is acquiring five heavy lift vessels from bankrupt Rickmers Group for an undisclosed sum.
On 8 August Panama’s Cabinet Council officially approved a proposal to modify the Panama Canal tolls structure, and the new tolls structure will enter force on 1 October 2017.
The strike at Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) ended earlier than planned on Monday, out of consideration for the "national interests", the chairman of the labour union was quoted as…
Cosco Shipping Ports announced that the restructuring of Dalian Port is practically completed with the merger of all related parties previously operating 14 container berths now coming under one entity,…
A "slow and steady recovery from the tough market conditions that characterised 2016" helped bring Orient Overseas (International), the parent group of Hong Kong-based Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) back…
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