Ocean carrier efforts to shed surplus 8,000 20-foot-equivalent unit ships by dumping them in the Asia-east coast South Am
China Shipping Container Lines
28 May 2013
U.S. exports of recycled plastics, metal and paper to China are taking a beating because China’s new administration country is cracking down on the importation of adulterated scrap products.
15 May 2013
CMA CGM, Maersk Line, Hamburg Süd, CSAV, China Shipping Container Lines and Hanjin will restructure their services between the Far East and South America’s east coast by launching three joint services in July.
06 May 2013
South Korea’s Hyundai Heavy Industries today confirmed it has won a $700 million order to build five of the world’s largest container ships for China Shipping Container Lines.
29 Apr 2013
China Shipping Container Lines plans to order five 18,000 20-foot-equivalent unit container ships, the world’s largest, becoming the first carrier to challenge Maersk Line, which will deploy the first vessel of this size in the Asia-Europe trade in June.
16 Apr 2013
China Shipping Container Lines has opened an office in Johannesburg, South Africa, according to a Chinese language press release.
14 Mar 2013
Carriers currently operating services on the Southeast Asia-Australia trade will consolidate their respective services, beginning in the middle of April.
26 Feb 2013
The member lines of the Asia-West Africa Trade Agreement will increase rates on its Far East to West Africa westbound trade by $250 per 20-foot-equivalent unit, effective March 15.
13 Dec 2012
In ranking the ocean carriers serving the U.S. trade, perhaps Yogi Berra said it best: “It’s déjà vu, all over again.”
05 Dec 2012
CSCL and Cosco are unlikely to merge their container operations anytime soon, according to leading analysts.
03 Dec 2012
China Shipping Container Lines is joining in a vessel-sharing agreement with United Arab Shipping Co.
16 Nov 2012
Alphaliner calculates the top 10 container ship carriers have 50 idle ships with an aggregate capacity of 259,535 TEUs, with Maersk holding 36.3 percent of the idle capacity at 94,277 TEUs among 14 ships.