The trans-Pacific accounted for 18 percent of Wan Hai’s total liftings in the first half of the year, up from 12 percent in the year-ago period.
11 Aug 2022
Yang Ming also announced two-year extensions of charters for four 14,000 TEU container ships, including the YM Wish and YM World that are currently deployed on Asia–Middle East services.
08 Aug 2022
Two of Taiwan’s largest carriers have joined Maersk, ONE, and Cosco in posting highly profitable financial results for the first half of 2022 amid a still-elevated rate environment compared to the year-ago period.
30 Dec 2021
Wan Hai has come under scrutiny from the US Federal Maritime Commission for assessing detention charges on containers that shippers assert could not be returned to a container terminal.
25 Aug 2021
Evergreen, Yang Ming, and Wan Hai have joined their peers in riding the market to a highly profitable second-quarter result.
29 Jul 2021
The giant container ship that found itself in a global media spotlight for all the wrong reasons has finally reached the Dutch hub of Rotterdam.
25 Mar 2021
Kerry Logistics will sign warehouse management agreements with each of the nine individual warehouse companies it is selling to current parent company Kerry Holdings; the facilities are located in some of the prime industrial areas of Hong Kong.
14 Jan 2021
A partnership between widely used rate management software provider Portrix and container line digital quoting platform BlueX Trade is yet another sign of the need for forwarders to get direct access to digital quotes offered by carriers.
15 Dec 2020
BlueX Trade and Catapult are partnering to pipe instant rates from BlueX’s container line customers to Catapult’s forwarder customers, a further sign that instant quoting is gaining traction as an alternative to traditional spot quoting.
24 Nov 2020
Yang Ming has joined the growing list of container lines to offering a digital quoting and booking channel, with its use of software from BlueX Trade also a sign that this trend is taking root in Asia.
12 Nov 2020
High rate levels through the third quarter enabled Taiwanese carrier Yang Ming to return to profitability after spending almost three years in the red.
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