Pacific International Lines

26 Jul 2017
Carriers large and small battle for market share and profits in the Pacific.
24 Jul 2017
PIL has declined to speculate on the attractiveness of the mid-sized carrier as a takeover target.
19 Jul 2017
Pacific International Lines' traffic in US imports from Asia rose 67 percent year over year in the second quarter.
20 Mar 2017
The two partners will coordinate their resources to provide cold chain logistics solutions.
25 Jan 2017
It will be a busy marketplace on the trans-Pacific from April as smaller carriers and the mega alliances all compete for a share of the growing US import container trade.
The deal between Pacific International Lines and Apollo LogiSolutions is the latest in a string of such agreements.
06 Oct 2016
PIL is the latest of a series of global transportation and logistics service providers seeking new growth opportunities in India.
13 Sep 2016
The port says the new service could boost traffic by 30,000 TEUs per year.
25 Aug 2016
A group of Asia-based container lines are teaming up to offer new joint services on the intra-Asia trade.
Ongoing infrastructure development in Africa will get a boost from the combined efforts of Pacific International Lines, China Merchant Port Holdings and China Machinery Engineering Corporation.
19 Aug 2016
Pacific International Lines has signed a memorandum of understanding with China’s largest public port operator and a mainland construction giant to develop new markets.
03 May 2016
Pacific International Lines is looking beyond today’s bleak business climate and is aiming to make a splash later this month.
18 Jan 2016
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Wan Hai Lines, Interasia Lines and Pacific International Lines are expanding their current cooperation in trades to and from India by introducing a new intra-Asia loop, dubbed the China-West Coast India, or CIS, starting at the end of February.
28 Dec 2015
China’s Ministry of Transport has fined eight international container lines a total of $169,000 for failing to meet the freight rate guidelines set by the ministry.