Industry Sectors:Containers

Containers

The President of Ecuador Lenin Moreno and DP World group chairman and ceo, Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the beginning of construction of the green field…
Hong Kong shipping line Orient Overseas Container Line, is trotting out its fleet of megaships at a steady pace, and at the same time setting world records and looking set…
UK ports handled a record 10.2m teu of container traffic in 2016, 4% higher than 2015, according to official statistics released today by the Department for Transport (DfT). Total throughput…
China Merchants Port Holdings has inked a deal to purchase a controlling stake in Brazil’s TCP, marking the Chinese group’s business expansion to the Latin America region.
Qingdao Port International saw first half container throughput rise 3% to 9.1m while overall cargo throughput rose 2% 226.64m tons.
A recovering economy helped China Merchants Port Holdings to a 9% rise in first half throughput to 50.2m teu, from 46.1m teu previously, which in turn led to a 9%…
Challenges facing Greece and Piraeus, the home of Greek shipping, have become more evident at a time when global maritime clusters around the world are actively working to attract Greek…
An ambitious project to establish a vertical link between the Danube and Greece’s Aegean coast by a navigable route via the Morava and Vardar/Axios rivers is back in the spotlight…
Indonesian state-owned port operator Pelindo II, through its units, has signed a raft of agreements with other state-owned enterprises (SOEs) to develop the maritime industry, local reports said.
Following it's merger with UASC Hapag-Lloyd’s debt has ballooned to $8.34bn and the line says it does not plan to newbuildings.
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