DUBAI's DP World has completed the early stages of integration with blockchain-based digital container logistics platform TradeLens in a move to...
- DP World digitises global supply chains using TradeLens
- US-Asia containerised exports decline 0.7 per cent to 5,958,060 TEU
CONTAINERISED exports from the US to 10 major countries and territories in Asia remained nearly unchanged in 2019, declining by 0
- China's port volumes in January hold up despite coronavirus outbreak
THE coronavirus did not have a major impact on volumes for Chinese ports in January, with the northern port group of Shandong reporting 121 million...
- DP World head sees 'positive signs' despite flat growth in box volume in 2019
DUBAI-BASED port operator DP World announced that it has handled a total of 71
- China Coast Guard ship joins exercises with Philippines Coast Guard
A CHINA Coast Guard CCG Type 718B patrol ship was welcomed in Philippines with a ceremony, marking the start of the first ever official visit by a...
- Enhanced patrols in Singapore Strait needed to curb robberies spike
INCIDENTS of robbery in the Singapore Strait and the waters off Malaysia spiked sharply in 2019, sparking industry calls for coastal nations around...
- North American rail volume falls 8.7pc in week ending December 21
NORTH AMERICAN rail volume for the week ending December 21 on 12 reporting US, Canadian and Mexican railways totalled 350,256 carloads, down 9
- Valencia sees 2019 box throughput rise 5.86pc to 5 million TEU
THE Port of Valencia handled five million TEU from January to November, representing a year-on-year increase of 5
- AAR: North American rail freight 8.6pc down on year ago last October
NORTH American rail volume for the week ending October 26 on 12 reporting US, Canadian and Mexican railways totalled 344,796 carloads, down 8
- Global Jan-July box volumes rise 1.2pc with extra 1m+ TEU due by 2022
GLOBAL container volumes increased by 1
- Asia-Europe rates dip 6.2pc to US$710/TEU, USWC off 3pc to $1,566/FEU
SPOT rates for shipping containers from Asia to northern Europe in the week ending Friday fell a further 6
- 'K' Line back in black with US$71.5 million profit as sales decline 13.6pc
JAPAN's Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Line 'K' Line reversed itself from last year's first quarter US$248
- Danaos first half profit up 17pc to US$34.3 million as revenue flattens
MAJOR Greek containership owner Danaos Corporation's first half net profit increased 17
- ICTSI expands footprint in Latin America by acquiring Libra Terminal Rio
MANILA-HEADQUARTERED terminal operator, International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI), is continuing its Latin American expansion by taking...
- Iran's IRISL moves up 5 places in list of world's top 100 box shipping lines
ISLAMIC Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) has clinched 14th place in Alphaliner's list of the world's top 100 shipping lines as...
- Asia-Europe rate off 3.9pc to US$716/TEU, USWC off 2.4pc to $1,382/FEU
SPOT rates for shipping containers from Asia to northern Europe in the week ending Friday fell 3
- Hong Kong is Turkey's biggest importer of fresh fruit and vegetables
TURKEY earned over US$18 million in revenue from fresh fruit and vegetable exports made via Turkish Cargo, a subsidiary company of the national flag...
- Major box ship lessor Danaos Q1 profit soars 37.9pc, revenues up 0.9pc
ATHENS based Danaos Corporation, one of the world's largest independent owners of containerships, posted a 37
- Air Transport Services Group sales up 71pc - 737 crashes bring added work
OHIO's Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) first quarter operations profit increased 26 per cent year on year to US$26 million, drawn on revenues...
- Canadian ports led by Prince Rupert outperform USWC rivals
THE volume of cargo handled via Canada's west coast ports grew at a faster rate than that achieved by their American counterparts between 2017...