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Monthly Archives: November, 2011

World cargo air freight continues to tumble—IATA

Declining business confidence and a switch to cheaper modes of transport caused cargo demand in October to fall 4.7 percent from the same month...

Indonesian port to raise box storage charges 500%

Indonesia's state-owned port operator PT Pelindo II announced plans to increase container storage fees fivefold at its port in Tanjung Priok, North Jakarta, to...

IDC ICT 2012 Top 10 Predictions

We reproduce today one of the latest press release from International Data Corporation. Singapore and Hong Kong, November 22, 2011 – International Data Corp (IDC)...

CSAV not selling container business

Chilean shipping company Compañía Sud Americana de Vapores (CSAV) has refuted earlier reports that it is selling its container shipping operations after incurring huge...

Mandatory weighing on hold at Manila North Port

The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has temporarily suspended mandatory weighing of outbound containers and roll on-roll off vehicles at the North Port, days after...

High pilotage fees push PH lines to drop Cotabato calls

PHILIPPINE cargo carriers will cease services to and from Polloc Port (Port of Cotabato) as early as next week due to allegedly exorbitant and...

SBITC, J-PAC Logistics to jointly market Subic

Subic Bay International Terminal Corp (SBITC) and logistics service provider J-PAC Logistics recently signed a memorandum of agreement to jointly promote and market Subic...

Carriers anticipate losses in 2011, take gloomy outlook of 2012

Global container shipping lines are anticipating losses for the full year 2011 and bracing for a gloomy 2012 marked by high costs, vessel glut,...

CSAV posts Q3 loss, mulls sale of boxline operations

Chilean Compañía Sud Americana de Vapores or CSAV is considering selling its container shipping operations following another revenue loss in the third quarter of...

Zim hit with $66-M loss in third quarter

Israel-based Zim Integrated Shipping Services has suffered a $66 million loss in the third quarter of the year after a profit of $37 million...

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BOC-NAIA seizes 28 kilos of rare agarwood worth P2.4M

  Bureau of Customs intercepted in Pasay City three packages containing 28 kilos of agarwood with an estimated street value of P2.4 million All...

Industry expert pushes multimodal transport in ASEAN for cost savings

Multimodal transportation offers reduced costs, saves time and improves shipment monitoring during transit Dealing with customs transit/transshipment procedures of countries a multimodal transport challenge Multimodal...

PH, Indonesia to ink Halal trade deal

The Philippines and Indonesia are set to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Halal cooperation that will facilitate trade of Halal-certified goods...

Bellyhold shortage hampers Asia’s air cargo market recovery

Regional carriers transported 13% less cargo in October year-on-year even as global business conditions continued to improve Air cargo traffic held back by...