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Air China Cargo
23 Jul 2014
The recent recovery in China’s air cargo exports could stall this month as flight cancellations and lengthy delays hit airports across China’s eastern seaboard where suspected military drills are wreaking havoc on commercial air space that is already in short supply.
Richard Lidinsky
19 Jun 2014
WASHINGTON — The only U.S. Federal Maritime Commissioner to cast a vote against the P3 Network said Chinese authorities might have done the agency “a favor by forcing us to look at our regulatory standards within this new world” of massive vessel-sharing agreements.
18 Jun 2014
Freighter operator Cargolux is considering the startup of a joint venture air cargo airline with its Henan government sta
18 Jun 2014
At the end of this month, four ocean carriers will launch a new joint service connecting China, Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent.
18 Jun 2014
“The world changed in the last 24 hours with the collapse of the planned P3 Network,” Ron Widdows told the Marine Money Week conference in New York today.
18 Jun 2014
China Shippers’ Association today said it welcomes the “very correct and wise” decision by China’s Ministry of Commerce to ban the formation of the P3 Network comprising the world’s three largest container lines.
18 Jun 2014
Asian ports are still digesting the ramifications of China’s unexpected decision yesterday to reject the P3 Network application.
18 Jun 2014
From initial announcement to abandonment, the P3 Network's career was crowded into just 12 months. Our slideshow reviews the major developments in the story over the past year.
17 Jun 2014
In a statement published on its website rejecting the proposed P3 Network, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce said the proposed alliance would be anticompetitive and not supportive of the “social public interest.”
17 Jun 2014
The three carriers of the now-defunct P3 Network said today that they will continue to push for improvements in container shipping efficiency and quality of service despite the shocking news this morning that their proposed mega-alliance was rejected by Chinese antitrust authorities.
17 Jun 2014
The rejection of the P3 shows how dominant the world’s largest carriers were set to become if their proposed mega-alliance took effect.