Asia

26 Jul 2017
APMT Mumbai is the largest facility in Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust.
26 Aug 2015
The G6 Alliance is starting a new service from Asia to Sweden, a sign that there are some bright spots on the ailing Asia-Europe trade lane.
26 Aug 2015
Vietnam's shipping department has drafted a proposal to deepen the Thi Vai passage, allowing Cai Mep container terminal to handle larger vessels.
26 Aug 2015
The Chinese government will slash seven shipping-related charges beginning in October in an effort to jump start trade as the government grapples with an economic slowdown.
26 Aug 2015
Logistics providers out of Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust continue to report excessive truck delays and serious yard congestion at terminals in India’s biggest container gateway, largely the result of a freight buildup following the week-long shutdown of APM Terminals-operated Gateway Terminals India.
26 Aug 2015
CEVA Logistics is developing its global consolidation operations and less-than-container-load services, and has announced the launching of a weekly LCL offering from Singapore to New York.
25 Aug 2015
Malaysia-listed port operator Bintulu Port Holdings warned softness in the domestic container market could further crimp profit, which fell 31 percent year-over-year to 4.9 million in second quarter.
25 Aug 2015
China and Kazakhstan are working to more than double containerized rail traffic bound for Europe via the launch of the Trans-Caspian international transport route connecting China, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey.
25 Aug 2015
Shippers and ocean carriers at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust are bracing themselves for more delays and disruptions next week as unionized dockworkers at India’s biggest container gateway prepare to join a 24-hour general strike call issued by all major labor federations in the country.
25 Aug 2015
Kerry Logistics grew its net profit by 11 percent in the first half to $69 million, driven by strong growth in its core integrated logistics and freight forwarding segments, but raised concerns over weak economic conditions that are affecting the cargo handling business.
25 Aug 2015
China’s two main shipping lines and its second largest container port operator have neatly sidestepped the stock market rout of mainland stocks with their shares remaining suspended on the Shanghai and Hong Kong exchanges.