Industry Sectors:Containers


China’s Zhonggu Shipping Group Co and Ying Kou Port Group Corp have inked an agreement on Thursday on deepening cooperation in the areas of big data and logistics business.
Each of the owners of Wan Hai 301 and the APL Denver involved in the collision off Pasir Gudang Port earlier this week will be required to pay a MYR1m…
Moore Stephen’s partner Richard Greiner predicts that oil prices will continue to rise, there will be more calls to scrap ships, and the costs of meeting regulatory requirements will become…
China’s Ningbo-Zhoushan port is projected to handle container throughput of 23.3m teu in 2016, an increase of 5% compared to 2015, according to Ningbo Zhoushan Port Group.
Cost competitiveness is the driving force behind the merger of Japan’s big three shipowners container line businesses, according to K Line president Eizo Murakami.
Two container vessels have collided off Pasir Gudang port in Malaysia’s Johor late on Tuesday, leading to approximately 300 tonnes of bunker oil spill, according to the Johor Port Authority…
The board of SM Group, parent of Korea Line Corp, has rejected its move to buy the Asia – US business of bankrupt container line Hanjin Shipping.
Could Hapag-Lloyd’s Sofia Express be the last containership to call at PSA Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar Terminal, the oldest of its container terminals.
South Korea’s Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) has entered into a memorandum of understanding with intra-Asia carriers Heung-A Shipping and Sinokor Merchant Marine to form a boxship consortium.
A Hyundai Glovis car carrier Glovis Corona has suffered a portside list of some 15 degrees after its cargoes shifted due to rough weather in the North Sea, reports said.