TWO-WAY trade between China and Africa fell 19
- China-Africa trade down 20pc, hit from coronavirus in first half
- Some Chinese ports are jammed again on intensive testing
CHINA Customs inspectors are taking three times as long to test meat, seafood and other imports for Covid-19, at some major Chinese ports, reports...
- Chinese miners face hurdles as Australia, Canada tensions mount
GREATER scrutiny by mineral-rich Australia and Canada may cut short deals led by China's state miners and limit Beijing's role in gold sector...
- Ports need US$13 billion upgrade as shippers reshore from China
CONTAINER terminals in Southeast Asia may need to invest up to US$13 billion to keep pace with expected supply chain diversification from China,...
- Ghana: First quarter cargo traffic rose by 12.6pc to 166,685 TEU
FIRST quarter laden container volume at Ghana's two seaports, Tema and Takoradi,increased 12
- Cai Mep ready to gain from supply chain exit from China
VIETNAM's Cai Mep-Thi Vai container port, which now routinely handles 14,000 - 16,000-TEUers, recently saw the maiden call of 2M's TP17...
- US-China trade deal impacted by Covid-19 as bilateral trade slows
CHINA and the US have committed to fulfilling phase one their trade deal since the outbreak the Covid-19 pandemic, analysts have a recent decline in...
- Container shipping heading for a US$9b annual profit: Sea-Intelligence
DESPITE the significant loss of box volume due to the pandemic, spot rates have soared above year-over-year levels through the second quarter,...
- Cautious optimism as air cargo volumes improve in May
FOLLOWING the extreme Covid-19 impact on air cargo volumes in the month of April, the air cargo market has shown some signs of improvement in May...
- Shanghai tops all, Singapore No 2, HK now No 7 box port
THE Port of Shanghai maintained its top ranking at the busiest container port in the world, reporting a 4
- Cargo ship calls at Singapore hub plummet to 27-year low, marine fuel sales fall!
Cargo ship arrivals in Singapore, the world's top transhipment and bunkering hub, plummeted to their lowest in nearly three decades in May, while...
- Singapore ship calls plummet to 27-year low, bunker sales fall
SINGAPORE ship arrivals have plummeted to their lowest in nearly three decades in May, while bunker sales fall to a three-month low, Reuters reports
- China's May exports fall as coronavirus pandemic hits demand
CHINA's exports declined in May, as demand dried up in major overseas markets hit by the coronavirus pandemic, with experts predicting that...
- Indian scrap yards brace for new wave of ship demolitions
DEMOLITION markets in the Indian subcontinent have now largely reopened and are preparing for a new wave of containerships for scrapping
- ANALYSIS: LNG fails to answer shipping's big energy transition!
LNG has the shipping industry's attention as the next step to meeting climate change goals. It's already being...
- Capacity crunch continues on Asia-Europe trade, but it's guesswork for the summer
HEAUL cargo visibility for Asia-North Europe carriers is still unclear for July and August, with much depending on the speed of the economic recovery...
- Covid-19 could curtail express market growth this year to 4.5pc
THE global express and parcels market could contract by as much as 4
- China's big automaker profit falls 29pc to US$3.6 billion in 2019
SAIC Motor, the biggest automaker in China, reported a 28
- Expert: US must be more friendly if China is to honour trade deal
THE US must create a friendly atmosphere if China is to honour its part in the current trade deal, according to agricultural expert Li Qiang, chief...
- Yang Ming, HMM post quarterly losses and expect more heavy weather
TAIWAN's Yang Ming and Korea's HMM suffered first quarter losses as the coronavirus took its toll on Chinese volumes, reported IHS Media