Yang Ming Line

Yang Ming Marine Transportation Corp. is a global shipping and logistics services company. Founded in Taiwan in 1972, Yang Ming now operates more than 90 container vessels with a combined capacity of more than 388,000 TEUs (20-foot-equivalent units).

21 Oct 2016
A group of Asian container lines is injecting capacity into the Asia-Australia trade.
15 Sep 2016
The Busan Port Authority will offer discounts to CKYE Alliance members in a bid to keep Busan’s cranes busy.
It wasn't hard for shippers to find trans-Pacific capacity after Hanjin Shipping went bankrupt, and it's about to get easier still.
14 Sep 2016
Hanjin Shipping’s collapse has set off a rush by other container lines to add services and “extra loader” voyages.
10 Aug 2016
Three intra-Asia container liners are teaming up to link China and Vietnam through two different loops.
23 Jun 2016
Evergreen veteran takes over as Yang Ming's new chairman.
23 May 2016
Though a recently formed container line alliance appeared to be hastily thrown together, it is planning an extensive and trouble-free integration of its fleet.
18 May 2016
Taiwan’s top three container lines reported dismal first-quarter results.
THE Alliance Mitsui O.S.K Lines, NYK Line, "K" Line, Hanjin Shipping , Hapag-Lloyd and Yang Ming Line
13 May 2016
The line up of the new alliance aimed at competing with the 2M and Ocean Alliance has been announced.
12 May 2016
Five non-vessel-operating common carriers and forwarders have paid the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission to settle allegations they misrepresented cargo to carriers.
29 Apr 2016
Hermann Yu, president of the Taiwanese container line Yang Ming Marine Transport, died at home on April 27, the company has announced. He was 59.
09 Mar 2016
The CKYHE Alliance is reorganizing its service network for Asia-Europe and Asia-Mediterranean trades as the carriers try to counter the weak demand and excess capacity that is plaguing the route and dragging down freight rates.
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.