Hanjin Shipping

Hanjin Shipping is the world’s seventh-largest container shipping company worldwide and number one in Korea, with a fleet of 98 container vessels. Founded in South Korea in 1949, Hanjin is present in 60 countries with approximately 6,000 employees. Hanjin will join THE Alliance when that vessel-sharing agreement enters force in 2017.

Legal battles over cost and equipment liabilities related to Hanjin Shipping's bankruptcy continue to play out in courts around the world.
20 Oct 2016
The court is hearing issues related to the bankruptcy filing by Hanjin Shipping, which left its more than 90 ships and 500,000 containers around the world in limbo.
20 Oct 2016
A Hanjin ship just released from arrest outside the Panama Canal is one of two expected to stop at the Port of New York and New Jersey in the next week.
19 Oct 2016
The attorney for a fuel company with a lien for services provided to a ship operated by Hanjin Shipping has accused attorneys for the carrier of failing to report when the charter for the vessel was terminated.
18 Oct 2016
Ashley Furniture asked the court to allow an “administrative freeze” on payments owed to Hanjin for services that were only partially provided as a result of the carrier’s failure to fulfill contractual obligations.
17 Oct 2016
A chassis provider has asked a federal judge to cancel all its per-diem leasing agreements with Hanjin Shipping.
14 Oct 2016
Hanjin Shipping’s failure put a noticeable dent in US import volumes.
14 Oct 2016
A Hanjin vessel released from arrest at Panama is one of three stopping at the Port of New York and New Jersey to deliver long-awaited cargo to the port in a four-day stretch.
13 Oct 2016
Hanjin Shipping has received permission from a South Korean court for the sale of the carrier’s assets in the Asia-US container trade.
The willingness of Total Terminals International's terminal in Long Beach, pictured, to accept Hanjin Shipping containers won't be enough to solve the problem of Hanjin boxes stranded throughout Southern California.
12 Oct 2016
A Long Beach container terminal's willingness to collect Hanjin Shipping containers only solves part of the problem.
12 Oct 2016
The fleet of idled container ships is soaring as bankrupt South Korean container line Hanjin Shipping returns chartered vessel.
Hanjin Shipping's T-46 terminal at the Port of Seattle, pictured, is one the locations on the US West Coast where shippers can drop off empty Hanjin-owned containers.
11 Oct 2016
Hanjin Shipping terminals in the United States will begin to accept empty Hanjin-owned containers.
11 Oct 2016
The ship’s arrival in New York is the latest sign that a slowly growing portion of the troubled liner’s fleet is finally reaching its destination.