|18 June 2009|
|16:00||TEUFree Container Storage to Firm Up Port Position|
|18 December 2008|
|15:13||ShanghaiA 78% fall|
|20 March 2008|
|10:55||cargo handlingShanghai in January-February 2008 |
Total cargo volume grew by 5.2%.
|23 January 2008|
|16:09||ShanghaiChina Shipping and Shanghai International Port to Establish JV|
|10 December 2007|
|10:54||ShanghaiNew Term in Logistics|
|29 August 2007|
|15:48||ShanghaiShanghai Port to Expand|
|11:38||serviceNew Terminal for Rickmers-Linie|
|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.
|27 July 2007|
|15:22||containerNew Gantry Crane at Gdansk Container Terminal|
On July, 19 a new quayside gantry crane was put into operation at the Gdansk Container Terminal.
|23 July 2007|
|12:47||seaNew Consortium and New Service|
Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM), Japan's Tokyo Senpaku Kaisha (TSK) and Common Feeder Bengal Tiger Line (BTL) have teamed up to provide the first direct service from Korea to India's East coast port of Chennai, reports the press-service of HMM.
Commencing on 5th August in Ulsan, the consortium will run a fixed day weekly service with 4 x 1600 teu vessels.
The exact rotation: Ulsan - Busan - Shanghai - Chiwan - Singapore - Port Kelang - Chennai - Port Kelang - Ulsan.
|19 July 2007|
|17:15||seaNew Areas and Terminals in Shanghai port|
AN official of Shanghai port authority said the harbour would focus on developing eight areas during the current 11th Five-year Plan, Xinhua reported.
These include the three port areas along the upper stream, middle stream and lower stream of Huangpu River, the Baoshan Luojing port area, the Waigaoqiao port area, the Hangzhou Bay port area, the Yangshan port area and the Congming port area.
According to the plan, the Huangpu River upper stream port area will become a bulk handling and integrated logistics area to serve local city industries.
|18 July 2007|
|11:45||seaGrand Alliance Upgrades Central China Express Service |
Grand Alliance members of Transpacific Trade - Hapag-Lloyd, Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) and Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) announced to restructure and upgrade the Central China Express Service (CCX).
Effective from August 2007, Grand Alliance will adjust the port rotation of CCX to Ningbo - Shanghai - Los Angeles - Ningbo.
|6 July 2007|
|13:34||seaHMM to Rationalize Asia-Mediterranean Service|
Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) announced to rationalize Asia-Mediterranean service (AMS) to omit Kaohsiung.
|2 July 2007|
|12:23||seaCKYH Alliance to Launch Mediterranean-Asia-U.S. Pendulum Service|
CKYH Alliance will start a new pendulum service which links the Mediterranean, Asia and the U.S.
|22 June 2007|
|11:46||containerCOSCO IPO Raises $2Bn|
COSCO's 100 times-oversubscribed Shanghai IPO is reported to have raked in $2bn.
|14 June 2007|
|15:09||seaNew Ship and New Service|
On June 13 Mitsui O.S.K.
|4 June 2007|
|16:35||RailEurosib to Open Office in Shanghai|
The company Eurosib-Terminal is opening a new office in Shanghai (China).
|1 June 2007|
|12:05||seaCOSCO Seeks Fresh Funds |
Chinese giant COSCO is looking to finance a fleet expansion programme through a share issue on a domestic exchange, reports TradeWinds.
COSCO Holdings' strategy is to sell as many as 1.78 billion shares in Shanghai to expand its logistic business and buy more container ships, according to a regulatory filing.
|25 May 2007|
|19:01||seaGrand Alliance Enhances Its Mediterranean-Asia loop |
Grand Alliance is adjusting its service between the Mediterranean and Asia (EUM) in response to the increasing cargo volume.
|22 May 2007|
|11:31||seaFESCO Has Opened New Office in China|
Transport group FESCO has opened a new office in Tianjin (China), reports the press-service of the company.
The office was opened in the framework of the group's strategy to extend its presence in the Chinese market.
Besides, the company has plans to open the direct container service connecting the port of Tianjin and the Vostochny port in the middle of the current year.