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Danang city wants to build Lienchieu seaport to reduce the loading capable for Tiensa port
Danang city wants to build Lienchieu seaport to reduce the loading capable for Tiensa port.
UAE lays down new rules on ship-to-ship offshore bunker transfer
The Port of Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates has published a notice (No. 191) announcing new rules on offshore ship-to-ship (STS) bunker transfer.
Transpacific reliability to west coast better, but still unsatisfactory
TRANSPACIFIC on-time schedule reliability is improving now that west coast labour contract has been resolved, but it is still unsatisfactory in terms of SeaIntel Maritime Analysis and Marine Exchange of Southern California metrics.
Carriers undercut each other, wiping out May 1 GRI rate gains
AVERAGE spot rates from the Far East shrank by almost nine per cent, according to the Shanghai Containerised Freight Index (SCFI), with rates on the Shanghai-north Europe routes suffering the sharpest decline, down by 23.6 per cent to US$658 per TEU.
Hong Kong to accommodate mega ships from next year, official says
HONG KONG's container port will be able to handle ultra-large container vessels at all tides once dredging works to deepen the depth of the Kwai Tsing container basin and its approach channel from 15 metres to 17.5 metres are completed next year.
New Asia-US east coast Zim Seven Star Express loop sails May 29
ISRAELI flag carrier Zim has announced the commencement of its new express South Asia-US east coast service starting May 29.
Indonesian port operators awarded concessions in Surabaya and Makassar
THE Indonesian Transport Ministry has awarded concession rights to state-owned port operator Pelindo III to run Teluk Lamong Port in Gresik, East Java, and for Pelindo IV to run Makassar New Port in South Sulawesi.
Singapore's high technology port delivers a logistics edge
FIRST-TIME visitors to Singapore's Changi Airport often remark on its pleasant surroundings, its smooth, efficient processes, reports Boston's Logistics Viewpoints.
India's 12 big state-owned ports post 3.9pc box volume increase in April
CONTAINER volumes at India's major state-owned ports increased 3.9 per cent year on year in April, the first month of fiscal year 2015-16, reports Delhi's Transreporter.
Yangon's MITT docks MCC Transport ship on new Shanghai-Ningbo-Yangon loop
YANGON's Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa (MITT) has announced the arrival of the 1,114-TEU Frisia Alster, MCC Transport's on its new service to the terminal.
Evergreen Line launches China-Surabaya Service from May 20
TAIWAN's Evergreen Line will join Cosco and China Shipping in a joint China-Surabaya Express (CSX) to meet market demand resulting from trade growth between China and ASEAN countries.
New Russian port of Bronka to join German Port of Hamburg Marketing
ST PETERSBURG's new EUR1.17 billion (US$1.3 billion) outlying deepwater port of Bronka that commences operations in September is becoming a member of Germany's Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM).
Yusen Logistics transports health bars for free to mothers & infants in Cambodia
YUSEN Logistics has provided free transport to send 4,800 nutritional bars donated by Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co. to poverty-stricken areas of Cambodia to lend support to the 'Maternal and Child Health Improvement' project organised by non-profit organisation, Peoples' HOPE Japan (PHJ).
Australian ports of Townsville & Lucinda to raise port charges by 5pc from July
THE Australian port of Townsville has announced a five per cent increase in charges from July 1. The tariff hike will also be implemented at the port of Lucinda situated 110 kilometres north of Townsville that is also operated by Port of Townsville Ltd (POTL).
Evergreen starts Vietnam-Singapore-Malaysia feeder to meet rising capacity demand
TAIWAN's Evergreen Line has commenced a new Vietnam-Singapore-Malaysia (VSM) feeder service that is operated by two 1,164-TEU containerships as steady cargo growth on the intra-Asia trade lane raises demand for greater capacity.
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