Ports America International Holdings Cooperative, an affiliate of US terminal operator Ports America Group, will buy a 10 percent stake in Taiwan’s [...]
A proposed Morrow County project gained Umatilla County support Wednesday.
Commissioners Larry Givens and Dennis Doherty agreed to have the county write the U.S. Corps of Engineers in support of the Morrow Pacific project, a coal transfer and loading facility at the Port of Morrow.
The commissioners gave the thumbs up after a presentation by [...]
APM Terminals said opening an office in Hong Kong will help A.P. Moller-Maersk’s port operating unit to expand partnerships with Asia-based customers when making global decisions on port calls and inland routings.
Thirteen of APM Terminals 20 largest customers are based in Asia, said Christiansen, a former CEO of APM Terminals in the Asia Pacific [...]
Ports usually compete against each other to ship a limited amount of goods.
But recently, officials running the ports of Mobile, Houston and Tampa joined in an effort to recruit more Asian service to the Gulf of Mexico.
Lyons said he and his colleagues in Houston and Tampa have had discussions with about a dozen [...]
CMA CGM has announced the upgrading and reinforcement of its ACSA service linking Asia to Mexico, Central America and the West Coast of South America, including:
Service will now be operated on two distinct loops, with Loop 1 servicing Mexico, Peru and Chile from Asia and Loop 2 Mexico, Central America (Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, [...]
Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp., one of Taiwan’s leading shippers, said Thursday it is planning to spend more than NT$2 billion (US$68.56 million) to buy containers in 2011, expecting rising demand for cargo delivery.
The plan, which its board approved at a meeting Wednesday, includes buying 30,000 [...]
North German shipowners control 35 per cent of the world’s container vessels, managing many of the ships that facilitated China’s export boom of the past decade. They deal with Taiwanese or Chilean shipping lines or Korean shipyards as readily as Thomas Buddenbrook dealt with trading partners across the Baltic in Riga. As a result, northern [...]
Maersk Line is planning to have at least one of its vessels registered in Taiwan to get in on the booming direct shipping services across the Taiwan Strait, a Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) official said yesterday. This will make Maersk the first foreign shipping company to register in the country. The cross-strait route, [...]
A delegation of Taiwanese agriculture officials has signed a joint-agreement to pursue the importation of California wheat, the California Wheat Commission announced today. The news is significant because it opens the door for the state’s wheat growers to boost international sales of its crop, said Robert Falconer, Executive Director of the commission. “These international trade [...]
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