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24 03, 2019

Hapag-Lloyd report improved net result amounting to 13 million in 2018

2019-03-24T15:39:41+01:00

Hapag-Lloyd performing income growth and propose 15 cents dividend per share Hapag-Lloyd has disclosed its 2018 annual report today. Based on the audited figures, the group net result increased [...]

Hapag-Lloyd report improved net result amounting to 13 million in 20182019-03-24T15:39:41+01:00
22 03, 2019

Introduction Low sulphur rules triggering revival of slow steaming concept according to Drewry

2019-03-19T17:27:05+01:00

IMO 2020 rules could lead to new wave of slow steaming and transhipments. As the clock winds down towards the IMO 2020 deadline you don’t need Drewry to tell [...]

Introduction Low sulphur rules triggering revival of slow steaming concept according to Drewry2019-03-19T17:27:05+01:00
21 03, 2019

Container shipping by rail from China to Europe may exceed 2 Million TEU/Year

2019-03-19T16:54:26+01:00

One Belt, One Road initiative is an opportunity for Eurasian transit according to CEO and Chairman of the Board of Russian Railways Oleg Belozyorov The transit potential of railways [...]

Container shipping by rail from China to Europe may exceed 2 Million TEU/Year2019-03-19T16:54:26+01:00
20 03, 2019

IATA reports Airlines financial and cargo update

2019-03-20T16:13:47+01:00

Airline cargo situation developpes negatively The latest Q4 2018 financial data indicate that the intense squeeze on industry-wide airline profitability has moderated in the final quarter, with North American [...]

IATA reports Airlines financial and cargo update2019-03-20T16:13:47+01:00
20 03, 2019

Exports have gone from a plus for Asia to a real drag

2019-03-18T18:56:47+01:00

Exports turn to source of fragility in Asia A decades-old model needs reappraisal as the global downdraft causes trade-reliant economies to reel Almost daily, trade data from somewhere show [...]

Exports have gone from a plus for Asia to a real drag2019-03-18T18:56:47+01:00
19 03, 2019

MSC and CMA CGM extend partnership with new Australia service

2019-03-18T17:21:19+01:00

New vessel sharing deal of MSC and CMA CGM serving Australia from Europe Swiss shipping company Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) is joining forces with its French counterpart CMA CGM [...]

MSC and CMA CGM extend partnership with new Australia service2019-03-18T17:21:19+01:00
19 03, 2019

DP World boost 2018 earnings reporting $ 1.29 billion profit

2019-03-20T17:42:08+01:00

DP World reporting 10% increased profit in 2018 Global port operator DP World said Thursday its profit rose 10 percent to $1.29 billion last year despite worldwide trade tensions, [...]

DP World boost 2018 earnings reporting $ 1.29 billion profit2019-03-20T17:42:08+01:00
18 03, 2019

Lufthansa remain cautious despite historical second best financial performance ever

2019-03-18T15:09:00+01:00

Lufthansa remain careful to the future as fuel and Eurowings weigh Lufthansa issued cautious guidance on Thursday for revenue and profitability this year as it battles rising fuel costs [...]

Lufthansa remain cautious despite historical second best financial performance ever2019-03-18T15:09:00+01:00
15 03, 2019

Etihad Airways reporting $ 1.28 billion loss in 2018

2019-03-14T19:41:54+01:00

Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways loses $1.28B in 2018 in third year of losses ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Etihad Airways on Thursday reported its third consecutive annual loss despite finding [...]

Etihad Airways reporting $ 1.28 billion loss in 20182019-03-14T19:41:54+01:00
14 03, 2019

Singapore Changi Airport planning to double their cargo handling capacity

2019-03-14T13:42:37+01:00

Chaingi airport plans expansion nearly doubling their cargo capacity Singapore aims to almost double its annual cargo handling capacity at Changi Airport, from three million to 5.4 million tonnes, [...]

Singapore Changi Airport planning to double their cargo handling capacity2019-03-14T13:42:37+01:00