Almost six months after Chinese shipbuilders resumed operations following the country’s extended lockdown, production is starting to return to more normal levels at the world’s largest shipbuilding market.
Container volume at major Chinese ports increased 2.9% year-on-year in mid-August, according to statistics released by the China Ports and Harbours Association.
Brazil’s Vale and China’s Ningbo-Zhoushan Port Group have inaugurated the operation of the Shulanghu Grinding Hub at Ningbo-Zhoushan port.
Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) will offer two new China to Southeast Asia services next month to enhance its market coverage.
The Chinese Ministry of Transport (MOT) signed agreement with maritime authorities from Hong Kong and Macao for maritime cooperation in Guangdong-HongKong-Macau Great Bay area.
Xiamen International Port has announced that Xiamen Port Holding will be integrated into Fujian Port Group as a wholly-owned subsidiary, following an approval by Fujian Provincial People’s Government.
Container volume at eight major Chinese ports increased 8.5% year-on-year in early August.
China’s CSSC Jiangnan Shipyard announced that the company has signed a letter of intent with Japan’s Kumiai Senpaku for the construction of one 40,000 cu m LPG vessel.
China’s Bestway Marine & Energy Technology has announced that several bank accounts of its subsidiary had been frozen.