As vessel alliances change, SPRC of Colombia, pictured, and ports around the world will face new challenges.
The days of multiuser container terminals could be coming to an end, according to the head of a Colombian container terminal.

The refrigerated and tank container-leasing sectors are projected to grow at a faster rate than leasing for dry boxes in 2016.
The container-leasing industry is facing its toughest financial challenge since the downturn of 2009.

Opposition to the shipment of liquid radioactive waste from Canada to South Carolina by truck spotlights broader challenge to hazardous materials transportation.

First-half profit at Shanghai International Port Group fell as the economic slowdown in China dampened demand for shipping services.

VTG boosted first-half profit the group benefited from lower financing costs and synergies from the acquisition of a rival company.

Mediterranean Shipping Co. has introduced a new container service between India and Africa to “improve transit times and enhance delivery to those destinations.”

Samskip, the Icelandic shipping and logistics group, has bought Norway’s Euro Container Line.

Asian transshipment hubs, such as Port Klang, Malaysia, pictured, must adjust to a landscape of low growth and shifting service networks.
Asia’s transshipment hubs are facing turbulent times.

Khalifa Port, pictured, could eventually be able to handle 15 million twenty-foot-equivalent units annually.
Abu Dhabi’s Khalifa Port is accelerating its expansion of capacity.

The Korea Exchange has asked the country’s largest carrier for clarification on media reports that it has lost the support of South Korean banks.