Asia

Asia

01 Oct 2014
Two indices show Chinese manufacturing production rose in September at a time that factories would normally be powering down as demand to fill Western holiday orders wanes.
01 Oct 2014
The U.S. and India called for enhanced bilateral cooperation and laid out an aggressive plan to boost trade and investment following meetings in Washington between India Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama.
01 Oct 2014
Yusen Logistics is beefing up its footprint in Turkey by partnering with Turkish logistics provider İnci Logistics.
30 Sep 2014
A report by Japan's ClassNK found no definitive cause for the MOL Comfort's sinking but said further investigation is needed into the structural design of large container ships.
30 Sep 2014
A Zim Integrated Shipping Services ship forced to abandon its scheduled call at the Port of Oakland over the weekend is now docked at the Port of Long Beach and unloading.
30 Sep 2014
The Middle East-based short sea shipping line Admiral Feeders has introduced a direct feeder link between India and Iran.
30 Sep 2014
Nearly $300 million in subsidies were given to four Chinese ship lines today, as the Chinese government begins to roll out parts of a six-year plan to update its shipping industry.
30 Sep 2014
The Philippines-based International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) will speed up construction of new yard facilities and an inland container depot at its flagship Manila terminal, boosting the yard capacity by more than 20 percent.
30 Sep 2014
The world’s top integrators are waiting to see how the recent ruling by China’s State Council to liberalize domestic package delivery will play out across the multibillion dollar market dominated by a multitude of small low-cost operators.
Old Dominion Freight Line drayage truck.
29 Sep 2014
Old Dominion Freight Line is expanding its U.S. intermodal drayage network at ports and inland railheads, strengthening the less-than-truckload carrier's connections with global shippers.
Energy
29 Sep 2014
Shippers need to think about end-to-end power costs, not just fuel prices, when designing supply chains, speakers at the CSCMP meeting said. Those costs, they warn, could become more volatile.