CHINA, ending off years of tightening curbs, will ban all imports of solid waste from next year after spending decades as the world's largest...
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- Fitch Assigns Turk P&I 'BB-' IFS Rating; Outlook Stable
Fitch Ratings - Paris - 23 Jun 2020: Fitch Ratings has assigned Turk P ve I Sigorta A.S. (Turk P&I) a 'BB-' Insurer Financial Strength (IFS) Rating.
- SIA Cargo puts reliance on cargo-only passenger flights
SINGAPORE's SIA Cargo has reported that May cargo load factor was 14
- Covid-19 cuts Spanish bunker sales 26pc, box ships suffer less
BUNKER sales fell by more than a quarter in Spanish ports in April as Covid-19 lockdowns weighed heavily on demand, reports London's Argus Media,...
- Cathay finds cargo only bright spot in otherwise grim month of May
HONG KONG's Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon declared that its cargo business continued to be the highlight in May as more cargo-only passenger...
- Port of LA box volume falls 6.45pc in April, but down 15.5pc so far this year
CONTAINER volume increased in the Port of Los Angeles during the month of April, but volume is down significantly year over year as the port and...
- Northern Sea Route Arctic basin box volume falls 1.7pc in January
CONTAINER throughput via the Russian Arctic Basin ports in January 2020 decreased 1
- South Carolina Ports lifts record 197,214 TEU in February
SOUTH Carolina Ports Authority saw steady container volumes in early 2020 and recorded the highest February ever for both cargo volumes and rail...
- Concor to drop 10 under-performing depots owned by Indian Railways
INDIA's Container Corporation of India Ltd (Concor) plans to sell at least 10 under-performing container depots built on land leased from the...
- Seaspan 2019 profit up 77.3pc to US$368 million as revenue rises 3.6pc
SEASPAN, Hong Kong's non-operating containership owner, posted a 77
- South Korean port operations disrupted by novel coronavirus
SHIPYARDS in South Korea are clogged with containers following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in China, the nation's major trade partner
- Dublin Port Company reports 2019 growth of 3.6pc to 1.5 million unitised units
The Dublin Port Company has reported a growth in unitised volumes of 3
- India's JNPT handles record 5.1m TEU in 2019
INDIA's Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) processed a record-high 5
- CMA CGM, Shell team up to power box ships with marine biofuel
FRENCH shipping giant CMA CGM Group is partnering with Shell to supply tens of thousands of tonnes of marine biofuel to its fleet to allow the...
- COSCO SHIPPING moves up in the world from fourth to third place
COSCO SHIPPING Lines has had a big year in 2019 as it became widely acknowledged that it was now the world's third biggest international...
- Sri Lanka aims to be global maritime and logistics hub
SRI Lanka has set its sights on becoming a global maritime and logistics centre on a par with Dubai and Singapore given its advantageous geographic...
- Seaspan Q3 profit declines 46.3pc, but up 93.8pc in first 9 months.
HONG KONG's containership charterer Seaspan Corporation's third quarter net profit declined 46
- CargoLogicAir suffers net loss of US$23.08m despite doubling of revenues
UK-BASED all-cargo airline CargoLogicAir that operates B747 freighters has posted a net loss of GBP18 million (US$23
- US export figures show China no longer 'a developing nation'
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- North American rail freight volume down 4.8pc in September
NORTH American rail volume for the week ending September 28, on 12 reporting US, Canadian and Mexican railways totalled 356,053 carloads, down 6