Industry Sectors:Containers

Containers

Big changes are coming in shipping and they are being driven by technological advances as well as changes in the mindset as the centre of gravity of shipping moves to…
A consortium of German private equity firm Deutsche Invest Equity Partners, Ivan Savvidis-controlled Belterra Investments and CMA CGM’s Terminal Link will acquire a 67% stake in the port of Thessaloniki…
The advent of e-commerce and its increasing popularity on a global scale have prompted container carrier Orient Overseas Container Lines (OOCL) to evaluate and relook at potential partnerships with online…
Excess capacity in shipping and offshore will not go away “in a hurry” due to the sectors having witnessing a prolonged period of having access to “too much cheap money”,…
Asia is continuing to drive growth in the shipping industry and green shoots of recovery are being seen in sectors such as dry bulk and containers.
HPH Trust is looking at a neutral to modest growth in box throughput this year at its Hong Kong and South China container terminals in view of transhipment volumes anticipated…
Navios Maritime Partners has snapped up the fleet of 14 containerships owned by bankrupt Rickmers Maritime for $113m.
Bertram Rickmers is ready to give up 75.1% of his ownership of Rickmers Group under a proposed restructuring.
Cosco Shipping Ports continues to rack up good growth in throughput, with overall volumes rising 9.5% to 8.60m teu in March from 7.85m teu in the previous corresponding period.
Experts from the maritime industry are gearing up to debate, discuss and analyze the opportunities and challenges facing the industry at Sea Asia 2017.
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