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Demanding intra-Asia market sees OOCL boost Subcontinent services

OOCL will enhance its Indian Subcontinent product, namely the China India Express 3 (CIX3), aiming to provide more competitive and comprehensive services in its...

Ocean and 2M Alliances post Golden Week blank sailings

Maersk and MSC's 2M Alliance and Ocean Alliance, which is comprised of CMA CGM, COSCO, Evergreen and OOCL, have announced void sailings due to...

OOCL launches new China Straits services

OOCL has joined the rush to develop intra-Asia services with the introduction of two new loops, the China Straits Service 1 (CSS1) and China...

OOCL proceeds with mega-vessels order despite the pandemic challenges

Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) has announced it will follow its long-term plans and will proceed with its March order of five 23,000TEU container...

OOCL to launch new intra-Asia service

COSCO-owned carrier, Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) has introduced the new China Indonesia Philippines service (CIP), which is expected to launch in September 2020. The...

Volumes down and revenues up for OOCL

European shipper’s claims that the lines are manipulating capacity to drive up rates were given further support to their claims by the first half...

OOCL takes slot-charter on Evergreen’s S. America service

Hong Kong based OOCL, a subsidiary of China’s COSCO has chartered slots on Evergreen’s Westcoast South America service and is booking cargo for its...

Shippers are right, services are getting worse says Sea-Intelligence

Last week the European Shippers Council (ESC)’s Jordi Espin complained that shippers were paying more for a worse service, this week Sea-Intelligence has shown...

Major lines continue service cancellation programmes

In connection with the upcoming summer slack season, Maersk has decided to make two suspensions of the ME1 service in weeks 30 and 32...

US decision to remove HK trade privileges adds to China tensions

Liner operators are concerned about the US decision to remove Hong Kong’s trade privileges, which was triggered by China’s plans to impose a national...
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