Asia

30 Aug 2016
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.
05 Dec 2014
Multiple container lines plan to attempt general rate increases in numerous trade lanes in December and January, although any gains achieved could be temporary as overcapacity and sluggish global demand continue.
04 Dec 2014
The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission said Wednesday that 15 trans-Pacific carriers have individually agreed to hold off on imposing U.S. West Coast port congestion surcharges until next year.
04 Dec 2014
Spot rates for containers heading from Asia to Europe dropped an additional 15 percent this week, sinking to 19-month low.
04 Dec 2014
India’s fast growing e-commerce market is facing some formidable challenges, with nation-wide distribution among the key issues logistics services providers must overcome.
04 Dec 2014
Less than container load specialist AGS World Transport is growing its Intra-Asia business at “double digit” levels that it expects to extend through 2015 as trade expands across the region.
04 Dec 2014
Hong Kong’s rapid transition into a transshipment hub has been driven in part by the high cost of exporting South China containers through the port compared to neighbouring Shenzhen, but losing direct export cargo removes a key revenue source for shipping lines.
03 Dec 2014
Maersk Line and Mediterranean Shipping Co. today unveiled their finalized east-west network for their 2M Alliance, just months before the alliance is slated to begin operating.
03 Dec 2014
A barge port and industrial center are planned on the 800-acre site of a former paper mill at St. Marys, Georgia, just north of the Florida state line.
03 Dec 2014
Trans-Pacific spot rates continued to sink this week, wiping out all gains made by carriers with Nov. 15 GRIs and sinking to two-year seasonal low.
03 Dec 2014
Containerized imports of toys through U.S. ports have slipped in recent months but are poised to recover as demographic trends return to more normal patterns following the Great Recession.