Industry Sectors:Containers


Hutchison Ports has signed a formal contract with Ports of Sweden to operate the new container terminal under construction at Stockholm Norvik Port, due to open in 2020.
While there was a slight rise in rates at the end of last year after the Hanjin Shipping collapse, this was not sustained and lines will have to make hard…
The new Liverpool2 deepwater container terminal in northwest England received the largest ever containership to visit the Port of Liverpool when the 6,552 teu HS Paris berthed earlier this week.
Privatisations have been a key plank of Greek international bailouts since 2010, but have reaped only EUR4bn ($4.23bn) so far versus an original target of EUR50bn due to political resistance…
Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) reports that it has completed the project to redesign its Vorhafen Harbour Basin entrance.
France’s CMA CGM has joined the chase for control of Greece’s Thessaloniki port, view as an East Mediterranean hub for Eastern Europe.
Smaller Philippines terminal operator Asian Terminals Inc’s (ATI) Batangas Container Terminal (BCT) handled record volumes last year, local media reported.
Sea Asia 2017, the region’s anchor maritime exhibition and leading forum for analysis and debate on key issues facing the industry, is gearing up to host more than 16,000 people…
Bankrupt Hanjin Shipping is set to be delisted from the Korean Stock Exchange today with its shares trading at just KRW12 ($0.01).
The Chilean logistics company SAAM reported a profit for $54.5m in 2016 up 5.6% on the previous year.