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.

28 Sep 2016
Two more Hanjin Shipping vessels are heading for the Port of New York and New Jersey.
McAllister tugs in New York
15 Sep 2016
A federal bankruptcy judge on Thursday denied a motion by several fuel and towing companies to lift the prohibition on them seizing ships operated by Hanjin Shipping.
15 Sep 2016
Shippers await the berthing of vessels in LA-LB, Savannah, and New York-New Jersey — even though a South Korean court on Friday approved the release of $10 million to work Hanjin ships in the United States.
15 Sep 2016
Shippers may have woken up Aug. 31 wondering where their Hanjin Shipping cargo was, but there were plenty of foreboding signs leading up to the seventh-largest container line being placed into receivership.
Hongkong International Terminals, pictured, said the fees were needed to pay for an adequate response to the unprecedented crisis spawned by Hanjin's failure.
15 Sep 2016
Hongkong International Terminals has tried to shine a positive light on its role in the chaotic aftermath of Hanjin Shipping’s collapse following harsh shipper criticism.
14 Sep 2016
Hanjin Shipping’s yet-to-be-court-appointed bankruptcy trustee could target non-vessel-operating common carriers and shippers.
14 Sep 2016
Hanjin Shipping has said it regrets the bottlenecks and complications that have arisen from its bankruptcy and promised to resolve these issues as soon as possible.
14 Sep 2016
Shipping restructuring specialists believe that Hanjin Shipping will ultimately be liquidated, not rehabilitated.
13 Sep 2016
Container shipping overcapacity that pushed Hanjin Shipping into bankruptcy protection will likely claim another container line before the market rebounds.
13 Sep 2016
The South Korean port of Gwangyang is doing all it can to ensure that cargo handling continues as smoothly as possible in the chaos that Hanjin Shipping’s fall into bankruptcy spawned.
13 Sep 2016
Hanjin ship stuck off Melbourne over fears its owner will seize the vessel.
The Hanjin Boston, encircled in green rings, is waiting to berth at the Port of Los Angeles. The blue dot next to Terminal Island is the Hanjin Greece and the other blue dot is the Hanjin Montevideo, which has been arrested at the behest of creditors. Credit: AISLive.
12 Sep 2016
The second of four Hanjin Shipping vessels stuck off the US West Coast has been given permission to berth at the Port of Los Angeles.