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China’s outgoing ambassador to Greece Du Qiwen says the country’s shipping community have shown competitive advantage in the face of economic crisis.
Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries (ZPMC) has clinched an order from Hong Kong-based Hutchison to provide five quay cranes and 15 tyre cranes for South Asia Pakistan Terminal (SAPT) in Pakistan.
Samsung Heavy Industries has won contracts for five container ships worth $584m from a European owner.
Expansion of the Panama Canal, after a relatively smooth ride, has encountered some bumps in the road as it heads into the completion lap.
Amid predictions of slowing growth, Indonesia's shipowners are once again asking for fiscal incentives from the government to help the local shipping industry grow.
Container carrier APL has announced an “organisational realignment” to further drive its business forward, amid the prolonged sluggish container shipping market of low rates, high fuel costs and overcapacity.
Maersk Line has announced the revival of the SeaLand brand as an intra-Americas line serving the Caribbean, North, Central, and South America.
Seaspan Corporation has secured a $125m five year credit facility with an undisclosed private financial services firm.
PSA International has announced a 2013 total handling figure of 61.8m teu for their ports around the world.
Taiwan's port of Kaohsiung handled larger container throughput in 2013 over the previous year after posting strong volumes in December.
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