Excerpts from the Capital Press:
Labor disputes are often blamed for discontinued ocean container shipping at Port of Portland’s “Terminal 6,” but the facility faces broader problems, a port executive said.
Maersk, owner of the world’s biggest shipping company, “will become an integrated transport and logistics company,” the Copenhagen-based group said on Thursday.
“Oil and oil related businesses, either individually or in combination, to be separated from” the group and “will focus on optimizing and strengthening its strong position in the Danish, British and Norwegian parts [...]
From ABC 7:
For the first time since last month, a Hanjin cargo vessel is arriving at the Port of Oakland, almost two weeks to the day since the South Korean shipping company declared bankruptcy.
“They’ll have to pay the cargo handling fee in order to retrieve those containers but they will have the ability [...]
From the OC Register:
One of the nation’s busiest seaports will set aside extra room on its docks to accommodate some of the estimated 7,000 cargo containers with nowhere to go after the collapse of Hanjin Shipping Co., officials said Wednesday.
“I think within the next day or so, we’ll have issued entitlements to our [...]
From the Long Beach Press Telegram:
A second Hanjin vessel will dock and unload at the Port of Los Angeles after more than a week stranded off the Southern California coast, according to the Marine Exchange of Southern California.
The move raised hopes that gridlock could be easing after a U.S. bankruptcy judge issued an [...]
South Korea’s cash-strapped Hanjin Shipping Co. is adrift at sea — and in more ways than one.
Hanjin is one of the world’s biggest shipping lines and filed for bankruptcy protection last week in Seoul. That’s created a bizarre situation on the high seas for 85 Hanjin ships that have been effectively marooned offshore as [...]
Maersk Line and MSC, who make up the 2M network, have moved to snaffle up business that was previously controlled by defunct Hanjin Shipping.
Maersk Line is introducing a new service between Asia and the United States West Coast starting on 15 September. The TP1 service will be calling Yantian, Shanghai, Busan and Los Angeles/Long [...]
The crew of a Hanjin Shipping vessel docked at the Port of Vancouver is being well looked after, a local chaplain has confirmed, despite many of the company’s vessels across the Pacific being left in limbo after the company filed for protection from creditors.
The Hanjin Vienna, a 280-metre-long container ship, landed at the Deltaport [...]
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South Korea’s biggest shipping line has declared bankruptcy and it’s created a mess at the Port of Oakland.
With Hanjin now bankrupt, shipping terminals aren’t accepting the containers, unless someone pays up [...]
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