Asia

16 Sep 2015
Mundra International Container Terminal, a major gateway for India’s northwestern hinterlands, this week celebrated the first ship call of the Far East-Middle East, or FM3, service, a fixed-day, weekly intra-Asia loop by Maersk Line.
16 Sep 2015
Cathay Pacific and sister carrier Dragonair reported flat growth in air cargo during August as the Hong Kong-based airlines limp into the slack period before what is hoped will be a last-quarter peak season.
15 Sep 2015
A year-over-year drop in worldwide TV shipments underscores the link between shifts in global currency values, consumer sentiment and shipping volumes.
15 Sep 2015
APM Terminals hopes that the opening of its Turkish container terminal at Petkim Port,near İzmir on Turkey’s west coast, in early 2016 will be just the first phase of its expansion in the country.
15 Sep 2015
Shares of China Shipping Container Lines and Cosco will remain suspended on the Hong Kong and Shanghai bourses for another month as the mainland’s two largest carriers continue their “robust contemplation” of material matters they have been discussing since 9 am on Aug. 10.
15 Sep 2015
Container volumes in Hong Kong maintained their steady downward trend in August, falling by 10 percent compared to the same month last year even as the number of boxes handled by neighbouring rival Yantian continued to grow.
14 Sep 2015
New Delhi on Monday approved relaxing its cabotage law to allow foreign roll-on, roll-off ship operators to offer coastal services, another big step by the Narendra Modi-led government to reduce supply chain bottlenecks.
14 Sep 2015
Hyundai Merchant Marine extended its Korea-Middle East, or KMS, service to include a regular call at Abu Dhabi Terminals-operated Khalifa Port Container Terminal, starting this month.
14 Sep 2015
China’s economic indicators continue to portray a country struggling against weak domestic and external demand with growth in factory output falling short of market expectations and offering little encouragement to declining exports.
11 Sep 2015
DP World-operated Vallarpadam International Container Terminal at India’s Port of Cochin received long-awaited regulatory approval to reduce the number of free days allotted to laden import containers in an effort to ease congestion and improve terminal productivity.