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Monthly Archives: June, 2012

AAPA: Asia-Pacific carriers face challenging second half of 2012

The recovery of the air cargo market continues to falter, strongly hindered by the euro zone crisis, traffic figures for May 2012 show. The Association...

APMT planning Singapore regional headquarters to grow SEA market

APM Terminals (APMT) announced it will open this year a new regional headquarters in Singapore that will serve Southeast Asia and the Indian Subcontinent...

Shipping confidence rises for fourth successive quarter

Overall confidence levels in the shipping industry increased in the three months ended May 2012, to reach their highest level since February 2011, according...

Berth 6 in Manila terminal inaugurated; Berth 7 in the works

Berth 6 at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) will fully open to commercial operations on Thursday (July 7) after the facility’s inauguration last...

Indonesia’s Tanjung Priok port all set for e-clearance

Indonesia Port Corporation, formerly Pelindo II, announced it signed an agreement with seven government agencies at the Port of Tanjung Priok in north Jakarta...

Kerry Logistics expands automotive warehouse in Thailand

Hong Kong-based Kerry Logistics, a global logistics service provider, has completed the expansion of its automotive facility at the Kerry Logistics Centre Laem Chabang...

China’s Zhanjiang port eyes trade with ASEAN

The Port of Zhanjiang in Guangdong Province, one of the major ports in southern China, is launching two new shipping lines to the Association...

Hong Kong airport posts revenue, profit highs

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) set new records for both revenue and profit in the financial year ended March 31, 2012. Revenue rose 14.8 percent...

PH study urges investments in road, port infrastructure

A study conducted by a Philippine government think tank strongly encourages government investment in road and port infrastructure to help lower transport and trade...

Transport agreements still to be ratified by ASEAN

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), including the Philippines, has yet to ratify protocols and agreements relating to the liberalization of transportation services. This...
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