Industry Sectors:Containers

Containers

Top container manufacturer Singamas Container Holdings saw 2016 net losses widen to $59.4m from $2.7m previously as revenue fell by almost a fifth to $916.4m from $1.13bn previously.
Cosco Shipping Holdings, the container arm of the giant group formed from the merger of the Cosco and China Shipping groups, has reported a 27% rise in revenue for 2016…
As the world’s largest container carrier Maersk Line pushes ahead with digitalisation of the customer experience its raises the question of role of intermediaries such as freight forwarders.
Latin America has become a favourite market for Liebherr Maritime that has recently delivered new equipment units to several Latin American: Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Mexico and Bahamas.
AkzoNobel and Maersk Line have signed a sustainability partnership to reduce carbon emissions per container shipped by 10%.
Maritime leaders today called for the industry to proactively prepare for future challenges to not only remain competitive and relevant in today’s volatile market environment, but to also future-proof the…
With shipping having gone through a difficult few years, highlighted by the collapse of Hanjin Shipping, risk management was in focus at a Sea Asia 2017 media roundtable on Thursday.
Tianjin Port Development Holdings Limited saw its full year results declined compared to the previous year while container handling volumes rose.
AP Moller-Maersk Group has elected Jim Hagemann Snabe as its new chairman with the former SAP to help steer the shipping and logistics giant’s digital transformation.
China’s Shanghai International Port (Group) Co (SIPG) has achieved improved earnings for 2016, with Shanghai port retaining its crown as the world’s busiest container port.