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Santiago: Chilean liner company Compania Sudamericana de Vapores (CSAV) was back in the black in the second half of 2012 reporting a net profit of $ 31.9m, compared to losses…
Oslo: Sinoceanic has announced a focus on refinancing for the coming year as it revealed a loss of $6m in the fourth quarter 2012 and a $21.5m loss for the…
Singapore: Samudera Shipping Line is looking to expand its Indonesian container shipping business as Asian regional markets remain under pressure.
Naples: The extensive repair work necessary to rectify damage related to the flooding of Emma Maersk's engine room will be undertaken at Fincantieri's repair yard in Palermo, Sicily.
Singapore: Global container shipping volumes are expected to grow by 5% in 2013 over the previous year, supported mainly by active trades in intra-Asia and the growing export markets of…
Hong Kong: CY Leung, chief executive of the HK Special Administrative Region (SAR) Government, launched a spirited defence of Hong Kong’s continuing maritime vocation during the official opening of the…
Singapore: Chinese firm Yangzijiang Shipbuilding will cap its construction of boxship capacity at 10,000 teu for now, as the yard prefers to focus on quality rather than to overstretch itself…
Copenhagen: AP Moller - Maersk Group today announced a 2012 profit of $4bn, fuelled by adjustments to the profitability of Maersk Line.
Singapore: Neptune Orient Lines’ (NOL) cost saving efforts failed to save it from a hefty $419m loss last year, and the container line also remained in the red in the…
Hong Kong: Cosco's Hong Kong-listed services unit Cosco International is considering entering the ship leasing market, according to local media reports.
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