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Seoul earmarks US$2.5 billion to boost vessel capacity of smaller box lines

As part of plans to grow the locally owned container shipping fleet, the South Korean government will set aside around US$2.5 billion to increase...

Camellia Line boosts capacity on Japan-South Korea service

Camellia Line, a joint venture between Japan’s NYK Line and Korea Marine Transport Company (KMTC Line), will add one more ship to its current...

Korean feeders in profit frenzy

All 12 privately owned South Korean feeder operators had a profitable 2020 as the year saw a remarkable recovery in demand for intra-Asia shipping. Korea...

Intra-Asia carriers launch East Asia regional services

South Korean feeder operators Korea Marine Transport Company (KMTC Line), Namsung Shipping and CK Line with Thai Regional Container Lines (RCL) and Singapore’s regional...

Cosmoship takes up options for 1,500TEU pair

Greek tonnage provider Cosmoship Management has exercised options for another pair of 1,500TEU ships at CSSC Huangpu Wenchong Shipbuilding. The options are tied to an...
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