Japan’s logistics companies are increasingly turning to India as the Chinese economy is losing steam and the Japanese economy expands only moderately.
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10 Apr 2017
The Tokyo-based company has lost 8.9 percent of its value.
03 Apr 2017
“We are well positioned to deliver profits this fiscal year and beyond.”
31 Mar 2017
Container traffic at the port of Kobe was the highest since 1995, when a devastating earthquake hit the port city.
28 Mar 2017
Ships calling Yokohama can stack various incentive schemes to get discounts of up to 100 percent on port dues.
27 Mar 2017
The Port of Tokyo has changed rules regarding the use of its flagship Oi Container Terminal.
24 Mar 2017
Japanese authorities have ordered Yusen Logistics Co. to completely suspend its customs clearance operations.
17 Mar 2017
Nagoya is Japan’s third-largest container port for foreign trade and Yokkaichi is ninth.
16 Mar 2017
"After five years we will probably see new alliances, and smaller capacity carriers may lose out.”
15 Mar 2017
Miyamoto said she expects the recent improvement in rate sentiment will transfer to some extent to long-term shipping contracts.
14 Mar 2017
More industry consolidation can be expected before the market finds a healthy balance in supply and demand.
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