Singapore-based NOL Group reported a $254 million first quarter loss despite cost-cutting and rate increases in March, and said high fuel costs and excess capacity will continue to challenge container

APL is joining the container shipping drive to push up pricing on shipments from Asia to Europe, announcing i

The landlord of Indonesia’s largest port said it will quintuple container storage later this week to help reduce congestion.

APL pulled some of its refrigerated containers from service and said Wednesday the remaining stock in its reefer fleet is safe

Ron Widdows, a prominent leader in the global container industry, is leaving his position as group president and CEO of Neptune Orient Lines as of Oct.

Asset-based logistics models will outperform pure third-party-logistics operations in fast-growing emerging markets in the coming years, said APL Logistics’s president.

APL Logistics said it is outperforming the U.S. intermodal market since its reentry into the business last year after a decade-long absence.

APL Logistics is taking a “cautious” outlook for the rest of the year and into 2012, despite a strong first half-year performance and growth in emerging markets and automotive logistics.

Neptune Orient Lines reported a $57 million loss on Friday as its APL liner shipping operation's pricing fell 9 percent in the second quarter, and the shipping line said it will post a loss for the fu

APL Logistics is offering double-stack container service in India and plans to expand its service as more rail corridors are approved for stacktrains.

Ocean carriers are offering a menu of new services to improve the supply chain efficiency and reduce the cost of delivering cargo from Asia to U.S.

APL Logistics, looking for greater efficiency matching international and U.S. domestic transport, will deploy its own fleet of 53-foot containers in the North American domestic intermodal market.

APL President Eng Aik Meng announced his resignation on Wednesday, expanding a rapid overhaul in the top leadership at one of the world’s largest container shipping lines.

Ocean container volume for Neptune Orient Lines and its APL shipping subsidiary rose jumped 9 percent in the four weeks ending May 6 but average revenue per box fell back 4 percent to the lowest point

APL’s average revenue per container fell 4.1 percent from the month before in the container line’s November reporting period, the third straight month-to-month slide in pricing despite the carrier’s s

APL Logistics hired two veteran intermodal experts to strengthen its inland transport capabilities.

APL Logistics is starting a service that trucks containers the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh to Vietnam’s Port of Cai Mep in Vietnam.

Neptune Orient Lines, the parent of container carrier APL, reported a second quarter net profit of US$100 million, compared with a net loss of $146 million a year earlier, as revenue jumped 53 percent