Containers

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.
After a summer of extraordinary disasters in the USA and other parts of the world the global economy struggles to show growth and faces huge uncertainty over the future of…
Cosco Shipping Development Company has signed a technical services agreement Cosco Shipping Lines for the supervision of six 21,000 teu and eight 13,500 teu newbuildings for a total of RMB34.4m…
Shin Yang Shipping Corp (SYS Corp) was hit by the continued weak shipping market seeing FY2017 net profit fall by a third to MYR5.3m ($1.25m) as revenue fell 8% to…
The former head of BNP Paribas in China, Bing Chen, will take up the helm as ceo of containership owner Seaspan in January next year.
NYK is aiming to take over 100% ownership of Yusen Logistics with a JPY25.6bn ($224.8m) offer for the shares in the company that it does not already own.
Japan “big three” shipowner Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) reported a half-year net profit of JPY13.1bn ($116.4m) down 18.3% from JPY16.1bn a year earlier.
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