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Leading Operators Pursue Brazil Terminal Duo

2018-11-13T07:00:21+01:00

” Three Asian companies, which include Singapore’s PSA, China’s Hutchison Port Holding and China Merchant Port Holdings, are interested in acquiring two Brazilian terminals, according to Reuters. Tecon Salvador and Tecon Rio…

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Textainer becomes first leasing company to invest in PrimeLINE ONE…

2018-11-13T06:00:46+01:00

“Textainer has ordered 1,000 PrimeLINE ONE refrigerated containers from Carrier Transicold and Singamas Container Holdings Limited, making it the first major container leasing company to acquire the new model.” To learn more,…

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Wan Hai Lines Confirmed Orders For 20 New Vessels

2018-11-13T05:00:12+01:00

The following release was published by Wan Hai Lines: As part of the company’s fleet improvement plan, Wan Hai Lines has confirmed an order of 20 container vessels with JMU (Japan Marine United Corporation) and GWS (Guangzhou Wenchong…

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Drewry: Transpacific Is the Most Unpredictable Trade at Present

2018-11-13T04:00:04+01:00

” Service withdrawals and new tariffs sent Asia to West Coast North America container spot freight rates into hyper-drive from the end of July, but there could be a sting in the tail, according to the latest report by shipping…

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