Road from Southeast Asia to China and rail on to Poland — another service option as the overland route between Asia and Europe grows in popularity.
TNT Thailand joins national seminar on use of technology in logistics Leading provider of integrated express services shares knowledge on employing information technology in logistics to prepare for AEC
16 Aug 2016
Regional Container Lines blamed losses in the second quarter on overcapacity in the intra-Asia market.
14 Mar 2016
South Korea’s shipping lines are adding services to Indochina in order to meet current demand and future growth as China’s economic expansion slows and other Northeast Asia economies reach maturation.
28 Jan 2016
Global logistics companies continue to pile into the Asia e-commerce market, with Damco launching a China solution and DHL expanding its growing presence in the region deeper into Thailand.
30 Nov 2015
Laem Chabang port is undertaking three key infrastructure projects worth $167 million to improve efficiency and expand its position as a trade hub for ASEAN, according to port director Montree Rerkjamnian.
02 Oct 2015
Maersk Line will this month start a direct service between Thailand and Australia, eliminating the need to make transshipment calls at other Southeast Asian hubs and cutting down both transit time and costs for shippers.
17 Aug 2015
Regional Container Lines of Thailand has managed to grind out a profit in the second quarter despite overcapacity, volatile spot rates and lower container volume.
12 Aug 2015
Nippon Express Co., Japan’s largest international freight forwarder, has reached a key milestone in its Asia strategy with the launch of a time-saving truck service between Kunming, the capital city of Yunnan province in southern China, and Bangkok, Thailand’s capital.
30 Jul 2015
Mitsui OSK Lines this week said it is launching a barge terminal operation company in Bangkok aimed at moving goods more speedily and efficiently from Thailand's gateway port of Laem Chabang to the capital of Bangkok.
12 Jul 2015
Infrastructure developments in Thailand are proceeding erratically, thanks to rocky implementation and significant political shifts in the Southeast Asian country. Very little, however, is likely to impede plans to move ahead with rail and port-side improvements at Thailand’s largest port in the country’s main gateway in Laem Chabang.
08 Jul 2015
A container ship sunk off the coast of Phuket, Thailand in stormy weather roughly three miles from shore.
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