Containers

Good revenue flows from some of its overseas terminals helped Philippines-based port operator International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) to a 5% rise in net profit for the first nine…
Tax avoidance is in focus more than ever with the release of the Paradise Papers, and the majority of containerships are owned in tax havens according to a survey by…
In a groundbreaking move CMA CGM's 22,000 teu containership newbuildings are to be LNG powered.
The world’s largest container line, Maersk Line, was back in the black in Q3 despite the impact of a cyber attack, but APM Terminals fell into the red as overcapacity…
Former Maersk and Damco senior executive Thomas Knudsen is moving to Toll Group to head up its global forwarding division based in Singapore.
Indonesian state-owned line Pelni will spend IDR500bn ($37m) on purchasing six secondhand feeder container vessels in support of President Joko Widodo's maritime highway scheme.
A move to waive the accreditation fee for new logistics firms at Subic Bay Port is seen boosting volumes and port utilisation there and also helping to ease volumes and…
While the intra-Asia trade has been held up as the next great thing the container industry, there remains debate about the perception that it is notoriously difficult to make money…
The 4,922-teu Iran-flagged containership Touska ran aground on a tiny islet off the southwest coast of main Hong Kong island on Sunday night.
Terminal operator DP World sees huge trade potential in Africa and believes public private partnerships (PPP) are the route to progress.
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