|12 May 2010|
|14:24||OOCLOOCL Names New Container Ship |
|16 April 2010|
|14:15||OOCLEarnings Growth Higher than Carryings|
|14 April 2010|
|15:26||OOCLOOCL Newbuilding Named|
|24 March 2010|
|13:06||Container lineOOCL Announces New Service|
|7 September 2009|
|16:25||OOCLNew Ship for OOCL Named in Korea
|14 July 2009|
|16:00||OOCLOOCL Expects Volumes and Rates to Remain Weak|
|16 April 2009|
|16:55||OOCLRevenues Fall as TEU Volumes Decline|
|5 December 2008|
|14:12||OOCLOOCL Opens New Office|
|17 November 2008|
|12:48||OOCLOOCL to Enter Maritime Academy |
|11 November 2008|
|19:22||OOCLAppointment in OOCL|
|10 October 2008|
|14:00||OOCLAppointments in OOCL |
|10 September 2008|
|11:10||OOCLOOCL Establishes New Office|
|10 April 2008|
|09:39||projectsOOCL Logistics Invests in Warehouse and Depot|
|27 March 2008|
|12:17||serviceCSCL, OOCL and ANL to Upgrade Their Service |
Connecting North Asia and Australia
|14 March 2008|
|10:20||shipbuildingNew Vessel for OOCL|
The vessel was christened by Mrs Barbara Bush.
|28 January 2008|
|17:46||OOCLOOCL Russia Goes to North|
|23 January 2008|
|20:35||serviceOOCL Launches New Service|
|20 November 2007|
|16:28||OOCLOOCL’s Financial Data|
|1 August 2007|
|13:01||seaFirst Container Terminal Is Waiting for Direct Call of OOCL's Line|
On August,1 of the current year the First Container Terminal is waiting for the direct ship call of OOCL's container line, reports the press-service of National Container Company.
The vessel OOCL Moscow of 1 216 TEU container capacity working on the line service AE3 CHINA EUROPE EXPRESS left Shanghai on June, 30 and with the interim call to Hamburg will call at Saint-Petersburg.
In the next future this vessel will replace one of the ships of 868 TEU capacity operating the service SCAN BALTIC EXPRESS 1 (SBX1), which has the Fist Container Terninal in its timetable.
|12:44||seaGrand Alliance's Members Extended Cooperation up to 2014|
On August 1 of the current year Hapag-Lloyd, MISC Berhad, Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) and Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL), the member lines of the Grand Alliance, extended their cooperation for a further term of 10 years - up to 2017, reports the press-service of OOCL.
The Grand Alliance was founded in 1998.
The Grand Alliance members deploy in their services a total of about 140 vessels with a capacity of between 2,700 and 9,000 TEU offering 20 services, mainly on major east-west routes.