Industry Sectors:Containers


In a potentially catastrophic spanner in the works for the Japanese container line merger plans unde Ocean Network Express (ONE) have been rejected by the Competition Commission of South Africa.
There is to be change at the helm of Maersk Line's intra-Asia and feeder arm MCC Transport.
Singamas Container Holdings has made a positive profit alert, announcing in a stock market announcement that first half net profit is expected to be "not less than $12m."
Evergreen is the latest container line to team up with Alibaba Group for the online booking of containers on selected services from China.
The Malaysia Shipowners Association (Masa) has belatedly chimed in with a reaction to the exemption of cabotage policy which kicked in at the beginning of this month.
Orient Overseas International Ltd (OOIL) has again denied media reports that cited sources as saying that China’s Cosco Shipping is preparing to acquire its container shipping unit Orient Overseas Container…
Online booking platform iContainers warns that new “no show” charges by box lines are a “potential nightmare” for freight forwarders.
The port of Singapore has recorded 2.99m teu of container throughput in May, the highest monthly figure so far this year, according to preliminary estimates from the Maritime and Port…
Bureaucratic tangles and hand-sitting is potentially causing the Port of Hong Kong to lose millions of dollars in lost business and seriously threaten its role as a leading container port,…
China’s Shanghai port, the world’s busiest container port, has registered higher box volumes in May, according to statistics from Shanghai International Port (Group) Co (SIPG).
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