Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia

22 Sep 2022
Sustainability ambitions from the world’s largest cargo owners are ramping up pressure on carriers to accelerate their transition to zero-carbon fuels or risk losing high-volume business in the coming decades.
17 Aug 2022
The value of China’s imports and exports with Southeast Asian countries rose more than 10 percent in H1 to $435 billion to make the ASEAN region China’s biggest trading partner.
08 Jul 2022
Forwarders say the intra-Asia market is likely to become more challenging in the third and fourth quarters with no significant increase in demand expected even as space and equipment availability remain tight.
26 May 2022
Thailand-based Regional Container Lines is adding a new intra-Asia service out of Ho Chi Minh starting June 22, following the recent trend of expanded capacity to and from Indian ports in response to sustained demand.
11 May 2022
The share of US imports from China compared to all Asia imports plunged roughly 6 percentage points between February and April amid COVID-19 lockdowns in Shenzhen and Shanghai.
03 Mar 2022
P&O Maritime Logistics is moving into the container market to provide additional capacity in lower-volume, higher-frequency routes.
28 Jan 2022
The creativity of service providers is being tested as COVID-19 infections continue to spread around Asia and disrupt regional supply lines.
18 Jan 2022
While carriers are permitted to collaborate on freight rates under South Korea’s maritime shipping act, it must be done in discussion with shippers and details reported to the Oceans and Fisheries Ministry within 30 days.
19 Aug 2021
Shippers eager to move computer components, semiconductor chips, and auto production parts are eating up super-heavy air capacity even as demand for traditional OOG cargo improves.
02 Aug 2021
Project network EPN and digital shipping platform Shipnext are working together to reduce the chronic data overload that comes with project shipping.
14 May 2021
A reopening US economy continues to fuel demand for imports, driving up air cargo rates on trades out of Asia with little regard for what is traditionally the slow season.