Asia

Asia

02 Mar 2015
The challenges are abundant for second-tier suppliers moving west into China’s interior, a massive region rife with cheap labor but lacking necessary infrastructure and reliable transportation.
19 Feb 2015
In an encouraging sign for the still-struggling Japanese economy, the nation’s exports got off to a powerful start this year, with shipments to the U.S. and some other major trading partners in January rising at a double-digit pace compared to the prior year.
Japan Post
17 Feb 2015
The decision by Japan state postal service to takeover regional logistics operator Toll Holdings for $5.07 billion is the second mega-logistics acquisition involving Japanese companies in as many days, and another exceptional price.
Modern Terminals at port of Hong Kong
17 Feb 2015
Hopes of a pre-Chinese New Year container volume surge through Hong Kong port were firmly dashed as the January data showed the transshipment hub actually saw a year-over-year decline of 6.1 percent during the first month.
Port of Nagoya
17 Feb 2015
Driven by firm auto shipments, the Port of Nagoya easily retained its status as the biggest export hub among Japan's airports and seaports in 2014 in terms of value, according to figures from customs authorities.
17 Feb 2015
While Greece struggles to escape financial ruin and an exit from the eurozone, it has cemented its position as the world’s leading shipping nation.
17 Feb 2015
Neptune Orient Lines has sold APL Logistics to Kintetsu World Express for $1.2 billion in a stunning deal that gives the Singapore-listed group a net gain of more than $900 million.
17 Feb 2015
Neptune Orient Lines suspended trading this afternoon as news broke in Japan that its forwarding arm, APL Logistics, was to be bought by Kintetsu World Express for $1.2 billion.
16 Feb 2015
Allcargo Logistics Ltd.’s group net profit surged 26 percent year-over-year in third fiscal quarter, which ended Dec. 31, despite the Indian logistics provider seeing a marginal decline in international cargo revenue.
16 Feb 2015
Solid freight demand from North American markets saw Cathay Pacific and sister airline Dragonair get the year off to a good start and allowed the carrier to operate an almost full freighter schedule in January.
14 Feb 2015
India’s merchandise exports tumbled 11.2 percent year-over-year in January, the lowest level since July 2012, but a steeper decline in imports helped pull the country’s monthly trade imbalance with the rest of the world down to an 11-month low, according to provisional trade data released by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.