The container terminal operator posted a cargo throughout of 15.5 million TEUs at its container terminals in the first quarter of 2016, a 2.4 percent increase from the same 2015 period on a like-for-like basis.
Although activity slowed in the first quarter, total deal value for mergers and acquisitions in the transportation and logistics sector was still up 26 percent compared to first quarter 2015, according to a new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers.
The European Union competition watchdog said a trustee will monitor both companies to ensure there is no information sharing between the Ocean3 and G6 ocean carrier alliances, of which CMA CGM and Neptune Orient Lines subsidiary APL are currently members.
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Sluggish global trade and the recession in China resulted in a nearly non-existent peak shipping last year, and from the looks of things 2016 isn’t shaping up to be much better, according to the latest World Liner Supply Report from BlueWater Reporting.
The Dubai-based terminal operator will charge $245 Canadian for boxes arriving at the West Coast ports by truck or rail without verified gross mass data after the new International Maritime Organization rule goes into effect July 1.
The South Korean shipping conglomerate is also considering sale of its tanker business as part of its "self-rescue" plan to increase liquidity and improve its finances, according to local media reports.