Southeast Asia

Tissa Wickramasinghe TPM 2017
22 May 2017
Investment by CM Ports in the technology enabled development of service at a level unseen in Sri Lanka, CICT General Manager Tissa Wickramasinghe said. He discussed the arrival of largest ships, capacity concerns, and regional impact in this interview.  
24 Dec 2016
Breakbulk carrier BBC Chartering has added a monthly service between Southeast Asia and Australasia.
The first half could have been worse for Kerry Logistics, where an ongoing expansion in growing Asian markets helped to offset weak global demand.
23 Aug 2016
Kerry Logistics has a soft first half as weak trade growth puts the brakes on volume.
Ongoing infrastructure development in Africa will get a boost from the combined efforts of Pacific International Lines, China Merchant Port Holdings and China Machinery Engineering Corporation.
19 Aug 2016
Pacific International Lines has signed a memorandum of understanding with China’s largest public port operator and a mainland construction giant to develop new markets.
16 Aug 2016
Regional Container Lines blamed losses in the second quarter on overcapacity in the intra-Asia market.
10 Aug 2016
Three intra-Asia container liners are teaming up to link China and Vietnam through two different loops.
30 Jun 2016
“We feel it is very important that we not only have the development of the industrial zones, but we have also been cooperating in the development of the infrastructure that surrounds the SEZ.”
13 Jun 2016
Japanese logistics firm SG Holdings has secured two strategic business partners in Southeast Asia.
Southeast Asia’s infrastructure is emerging as a major beneficiary of China’s Belt and Road initiative.
07 Jun 2016
Southeast Asia’s infrastructure is emerging as a major beneficiary of China’s Belt and Road initiative.
23 May 2016
Several world regions seem to have planned much more container terminal capacity than needed for the coming decades.
e-commerce, growth, Asia, India, China, Indonesia, distribution
17 May 2016
Industry players from logistics service providers to container lines and air cargo airlines correctly see e-commerce as a trend that, more than any other, will drive change in traditional supply chain processes and have a transformational effect on the way goods are connected to consumers.