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Hapag-Lloyd revises fees in China & Hong Kong

Effective 1 March 2020 Hapag-Lloyd will implement a revised Booking Cancellation fee for export bookings from China and China/Hong Kong which are cancelled seven calendar days...

Hong Kong: Permitted acceptance of waste cargo

The import and export of hazardous or non-recyclable waste without prior permission of the Hong Kong Environmental Protection Department (EPD) is an offence under...

Low traffic at Hong Kong new mega bridge

Only one container truck used the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge on Sunday (Oct. 29), government figures have revealed. The bridge was used 3,120 times in total...

Trade war to make an impact on Hong Kong

The ultimate impact may depend upon whether US importers are willing to pass on the costs of tariffs to consumers, says Peter Levesque of...

Hong Kong container terminals’ study

Container terminals in Hong Kong should share facilities and integrate operations to increase their efficiency and competitiveness, according to a study conducted by the...

The maiden voyage of the ONE STORK

ONE announced that the ONE STORK, first newly built 14,000 TEU-class magenta containership made the inaugural call at Hongkong International Terminals Limited (HIT) today...
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Seafarers saved after cargo ship sinks in rough weather

Thirteen seafarers were rescued after they jumped into the sea on the afternoon of 30 November, after a 2008-built general cargo ship, Yu Sheng...

Alphaliner forecasts profit shocks for carriers in fourth quarter

After riding a windfall of profits over the past few quarters, container carriers are heading towards a steep fall in earnings in the fourth...

Port of Valencia approves new container terminal project

The board of directors of the Port Authority of Valencia (PAV) has approved the construction Project for the container quay of the north extension...

Nokia to deploy private wireless network at major container terminal in Chile

Nokia announced that it will deploy the first industrial-grade long-term evolution (LTE) private network in a port terminal in Chile, at San Antonio Terminal...