March 18th in 3PL, Freight, Logistics, News, Shipping by .

Fate of Shipping Company in Japan after Earthquake and Tsunami

Japan’s shipping industry and services will be hit across the board by the massive 8.9 magnitude earthquake and tsunami that slammed the country Friday, according to an initial assessment of the impact by BIMCO, the independent shipping association in Copenhagen.

January 18th in News, Shipping by .

Hanjin Receives Two 8,600 TEU Containerships

Hanjin Shipping is Korea’s largest and one of the world’s top ten container carriers that operates some 60 liner and tramper services around the globe transporting over 100 million tons of cargo annually. Its fleet consists of some 200 container ships, bulk and LNG carriers.

January 18th in Economy, News, Shipping by .

SEEMP Takes Centre Stage : MOL Introduces SEEMP For Tanker Fleet

As shipping enters an era of rising costs and the shipping industry heeds international calls to reduce carbon emissions, As more legal instruments to regulate emissions are passed, and  In today’s world the wasteful use of fuel is no longer acceptable.  energy efficiency is now more important to the shipping industry than it has ever been.

January 16th in Intermodal Transport, Shipping by .

FESCO Has Rebuilt The Process of Handling Container

FESCO Transportation Group has reorganised the management system of its container business with the formation of a single logistics integrator, FESCO Integrated Transport LLC (FIT), responsible for the management of the business direction of FESCO companies.

May 4th in Shipping by .

New Zealand Port Merger Worries Maersk

The Lyttelton Port and Port of Otago, announced a planned merger of operations on 29th April’o8, The ports will merge operations, but not their assets, and not for some months because the merger plan must first pass Commerce Commission scrutiny.This  decision has  caused a worry to one of the world’s largest shipping companies, Maersk.

May 2nd in 3PL by .

UPS Operates Shenzhen Hub; Completes Worldport Expansion

United Parcel Service (UPS) has activated two ultra-modern air hubs on opposite sides of the globe, expanding the infrastructure of the world’s most extensive air freight and package network.