Containers

Maersk Trade Finance is expanding its digital service to cover the UAE.
Fresh from successfully starting operations at its terminal at Saqr Port in Ras Al Khaimah earlier this week, Hutchison Ports has been awarded a concession to operate Ahmed Bin Rashid…
Pacific International Lines (PIL) has taken delivery of another two of its series of 11,800 teu newbuildings which will be deployed on the Far East-US ACS service.
Holding true to its intent of becoming more involved in the intra-Asia trade, APL has announced a slew of route changes and new services.
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.
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