Evergreen Line

Evergreen Line operates the fifth-largest container fleet in the world, with more than 180 ships.

Evergreen Line is the unified common trade name for the four shipping companies of the Evergreen Group. The brand ‘Evergreen Line’ is used for international marketing purposes for the company, which is based in Taipei, Taiwan.

The Ocean Alliance will get a new 45-day review period from the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission after it submits responses to FMC queries.
25 Aug 2016
U.S. maritime regulators have more questions for the Ocean Alliance.
23 Feb 2016
Taiwan’s Evergreen Group has announced management changes as a succession fight continues among the four sons of company founder and chairman Chang Yung-fa, who died Jan. 20.
22 Feb 2016
Evergreen Group will have no chairman following the death of company founder Chang Yung-fa but will appoint senior executives for each of the company’s subsidiaries, according to published reports in Taiwan.
16 Feb 2016
CMA CGM and Cosco are leading efforts to create a new vessel-sharing alliance that could include Evergreen Line and OOCL and would shake up three of the four major east-west carrier groupings, the Alphaliner newsletter reported.
16 Feb 2016
Fifteen leading ocean container carriers, including Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Co. and CMA CGM, have offered to change their practices for setting freight rates to settle an antitrust probe, the European Commission said Tuesday
20 Jan 2016
Yung-Fa Chang, who founded Evergreen Group with a second-hand freighter and built the Taiwan-based company into a global ocean, air and land transportation and business conglomerate, died Jan. 20 in Taipei. He was 88.
07 Jan 2016
The refurbished Nutter terminal at the Port of Oakland will receive its first vessel call Friday since Everport Terminal Services closed the facility in early November for upgrades.
31 Dec 2015
Adani Ports’ aggressive efforts to woo more ship calls at its newly-acquired Kattupalli Port on India’s east coast appear to be bearing fruit.
23 Dec 2015
Russian regulators won’t levy fines against the five container lines it says colluded on prices in 2012 and 2013 on lanes connecting to Asia until next year.
26 Nov 2015
The sharp decline in net income of Taiwan’s top three carriers through the course of the last three quarters gives a clear picture of the container shipping industry’s rapidly deteriorating operating environment.
18 Aug 2015
Several Asia-Europe container lines have announced Sept. 1 general rate increases of up to $1,000 per 20-foot-equivalent unit despite a persistently weak market that has undercut monthly GRIs all year.
15 Jul 2015
The three largest Taiwanese carriers, Wan Hai, Yang Ming and Evergreen Line saw their January to June revenues increase year-over-year, largely due to growing intra-Asia trade.