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.

24 Oct 2016
Hanjin Shipping is negotiating with the terminal operating subsidiary of Mediterranean Shipping Co. to purchase its TTI terminal in Long Beach, but MSC has a minimum annual financial commitment at another terminal in the port.
The costs and liability for Hanjin Shipping containers have been some of the biggest concerns for members of the supply chain since the world's seventh-largest container line went bankrupt.
23 Sep 2016
Hanjin Shipping told a US District Bankruptcy Court on Friday how it would handle the late return of containers.
22 Sep 2016
The Port of Houston Authority said Hanjin Shipping containers at the port have been cleared for release.
Although the Hanjin Shipping crisis has challenged the global supply chain, it also provides lessons for shippers unique to national and regional industry dynamics.
21 Sep 2016
Hanjin Shipping’s bankruptcy filing has once again exposed how fragile the new chassis regime is in the United States.
The latest batch of Hanjin Shipping containers at the Port of Houston is not expected to be stranded for long.
21 Sep 2016
The Port of Houston Authority said Hanjin Shipping had agreed to pay terminal charges to clear the way for the port authority’s release of 380 Hanjin containers.
21 Sep 2016
The failure of Hanjin Shipping has raised profound questions regarding the risks of ocean container transportation in corporate boardrooms throughout the world.
20 Sep 2016
Port authority says bankrupt carrier has paid terminal charges.
20 Sep 2016
The US Federal Maritime Commission has had some success in helping cargo interests minimize costs and retrieve cargo stranded by Hanjin Shipping’s bankruptcy.
The Hanjin Miami is one of two ships stuck off the US East Coast, with the second being the Seaspan Efficiency, which is waiting in the Atlantic Ocean off Georgia after it was unable to call at Savannah.
20 Sep 2016
After sitting anchored at sea for more than two weeks the Hanjin Miami is expected to soon enter the Port of New York and New Jersey.
PSA Singapore, pictured, is the latest terminal operator to demand refundable deposits from shippers in order to release Hanjin Shipping cargo.
20 Sep 2016
PSA Singapore has issued a circular detailing the price of retrieving Hanjin Shipping containers.
20 Sep 2016
Canadian importers and exporters’ frustration is mounting after two Hanjin vessels — one set to sail to Tokyo and another to Seattle — have been stranded in Canadian waters for more than two weeks.
19 Sep 2016
Carrier's boxes aren't being allowed in or out of port's terminal gates.