Containers

INTTRA has signed on its first carrier in Indonesia, with the addition of Salam Pacific Indonesia Lines (SPIL).
Following a major restructuring of its business AP Moller – Maersk was $220m in the red in Q1 for its continuing operations while discontinued operations racked up a healthy $2.98bn…
The US has indicated that new business activity with Iran after 8 May within the wind-down period could be result penalties under secondary sanctions, and a number of major shipping…
Indonesian President Joko Widodo highlighted the importance of the transpacific trade while visiting a CMA CGM vessel in Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) on Tuesday.
NYSHEX, the New York Shipping Exchange, has attracted plenty of investor, industry and media interest but is it really managing to make sense of what ceo Gordon Downes describes as…
The Port of Hong Kong accelerated its slide in monthly throughput in April, with overall volume falling 9.3% to 1.6m teu from 1.8m teu in the previous corresponding period.
Cosco Shipping Ports continued on its usual growth track and even saw a slightly accelerated pace of increase in April with overall throughput rising 13% to 8.1m teu from 7.1m…
Intra-Asia focused line with a growing interest in the Asia to Africa trade Gold Star Line, celebrated its 60th anniversary this weekend, marking a significant moment in its history since…
A joint venture terminal, including Mitsui OSK Lines and Wan Hai Lines as partners, at Haiphong in Northern Vietnam capable of handling 14,000 teu capacity containerships was officially launched on…
In another landmark for overland connections under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) between China and Europe the first freight train exclusively destined for Antwerp arrived at the Belgian port…
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