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. 

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.
20 Jan 2016
With China’s slowing economy casting shadows across the global maritime and trade sector, news this week of multiple investments in African port and supply chain infrastructure points to one place where industry leaders are clearly turning for growth opportunities.
05 Jan 2016
Israel is forecasting throughput growth of 40 percent at the Mediterranean container ports of Haifa and Ashdod over the coming five years.
02 Dec 2015
Shanghai International Port Group is on the hunt for investment opportunities in Europe as it looks to China’s national development strategy to grow in what it says are some very challenging years ahead for global shipping.
02 Nov 2015
China’s nine major listed container terminal operators will be more profitable in 2016 with a majority booking high single or double-digit growth in net profit when compared with 2015, according to a valuation report issued by Citi Asia Pacific.
Shanghai port
10 Feb 2015
A weakening Chinese economy in January was not enough to hold back Shanghai’s container volumes as the busiest port in the country handled 3.16 million 20-foot containers during the month, a year-over-year increase of 5.3 percent.