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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.
Dubai: A consortium of shipping companies is to start direct service between Abu Dhabi’s Khalifa Port and the ports of Mundra and Mumbai's, Nhava Sheva on the west coast of…
Port Said: Maersk Line's largest container ship, Emma Maersk, is on her way to Europe after water ingress to her engine room left her at berth in Port Said for…
Hong Kong: Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) is set to increase box rates from Asia to Europe. The Hong Kong-headquartered line said would increase rates from Asia to Europe by…
London: APL has announced the appointment of Peter Jongepier as regional head of operations in Europe.
Shanghai: Shanghai, the world's busiest container port, made a strong start this year with box throughput nearing 3m teu in January.
Dubai: Dubai and Hong Kong headquarter Emirates Line has announced a General Rate Increase between Asia and the Middle East. Emirates said it would be increasing box rates between the…
Tokyo: Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has joined with APL to offer a new service connecting China with the Middle East.
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