Asia

21 Feb 2017
Hutchison Port Holdings Trust CEO Gerry Yim tells JOC.com how the launching of new alliances will impact the core facilities of his company.
10 Jun 2015
PSA International made its first foray into south-western China with the signing of a joint venture agreement to operate a terminal in the Guangxi-Beibu Gulf that will be developed to handle the mega container vessels currently in service.
10 Jun 2015
Container throughput in China will reach 505 million TEUs by 2030, three super container hub ports will be formed in Shanghai, Qingdao and Hong Kong, and Chinese firms will become global container terminal operators.
09 Jun 2015
LONDON – Lufthansa Cargo and All Nippon Airways Cargo will launch joint freight services from Europe to Japan on August 3, eight months after they joined forces on the westbound route.
09 Jun 2015
The volume of containers shipped via publicly-owned major ports in India expanded 4.3 percent year-over-year in April and May, the first two fiscal months, according to provisional port statistics collected by JOC.com.
09 Jun 2015
The ugly specter of a protectionist trade dispute was raised at the International Air Transport Association annual meeting in Miami where the long-running subsidy allegations levelled against Gulf carriers by U.S. airlines again hit the headlines.
09 Jun 2015
Shanghai Pudong International Airport Cargo Terminal Ltd. (Pactl) continues to post record breaking throughput figures with May volumes rising 10.7 percent compared to the same month last year.
Vladivostok port,
08 Jun 2015
Far East ports, such Vladivostok and Khabarovsk, will drive Russian container volume growth, as trade between Russia and China grows through greater economic cooperation, according to new government forecast out of Moscow.
08 Jun 2015
To stay ahead of expected trade growth in the country’s northwestern region, the government of India has kicked off a plan to build a new deep-water satellite port complex north of Mumbai harbor with public and private investments.
08 Jun 2015
Shipping line executives don’t like to give a rule of thumb for the freight rate break-even point on the Asia-Europe trade, but analysts generally regard it as being somewhere around $1,000 per 20-foot container, perhaps slightly less with cheaper fuel.
07 Jun 2015
Pyeongtaek-Dangjin has a thriving automotive trade and aims to knock Busan out as South Korea’s busiest gateway for vehicle volume.