Shanghai International Port Group

The Shanghai International Port Group is a terminal operator owned by the Shanghai State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission, and China Merchants Group, a state-owned corporation. The SIPG operates the deep-sea Port of Shanghai, which is one of the busiest ports in China. It is responsible for nearly every aspect of port activity, from pilotage to drayage. The company has been listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange since 2006. 

24 May 2017
The strong showing may reflect some additional business due to the resetting of the alliances, but is more likely a sign of the good trade performance by the overall economy over the past months.
04 May 2017
Vessel arrival delays at Shanghai port are easing, according to the latest data, with forwarders expecting another two weeks before bottlenecks at the Yangshan terminals will be resolved.
25 Apr 2017
There is not yet any resolution to the Shanghai congestion, but vessel berthing delays are showing a slight improvement.
21 Apr 2017
The prospect of cargo being rolled at Shanghai's choked Yangshan terminals has been raised by forwarder Kuehne + Nagel.
20 Apr 2017
More information is beginning to come in on the mounting vessel delays at Shanghai's Yangshan port.
19 Apr 2017
Poor conditions are exacerbating the challenges brought about by the new alliances at the port of Yangshan off the coast of Shanghai.
16 Feb 2017
China reports solid January export growth to its biggest trading partners.
30 Dec 2016
Reliance on growth from an ever-expanding pie of box volumes growing in the high single or double-digits is a thing of the past for Chinese ports.
28 Dec 2016
China’s top ports continued a relatively strong second-half throughput performance in November.
21 Dec 2016
If approved, the agreement between maritime heavyweights would be the first global terminal alliance.
22 Sep 2016
China’s main ports booked strong year-over-year growth in container throughput in August, fueling speculation of a possible trade recovery.
30 Aug 2016
First-half profit at Shanghai International Port Group fell as the economic slowdown in China dampened demand for shipping services.