Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Monthly Archives: June, 2012

DBP approves funding for P1.4B transport projects

The Development Bank of the Philippines is lending P1.4 billion to fund 14 transport and logistics projects under its Connecting Rural and Urban Intermodal...

Lorenzo Shipping eyes higher income for the year

PHILIPPINE cargo carrier Lorenzo Shipping Corp (LSC) expects to post higher income this year despite continuing volatility in the world economy due to crises...

Hanjin bags $450M newbuilding contract

Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction-Philippines (HHIC-P) has signed a $450-million contract to build 10 mid-size container ships. The ships capable of carrying 5,000 twenty-foot equivalent...

Weiss-Röhlig offers consol service from Shanghai to Brazil

Weiss-Röhlig is now offering a direct sea connection from Shanghai to Santos in Brazil. The service is also an ideal solution for LCL consignments from...

Sniffer Bees For Cargo Security

Let us take a break today from our continuous monitoring of the Bureau of Customs electronic-to-mobile system updates and feature a news release from...

15% hike in cargo-related handling fees at Manila ports approved

The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has approved a 15% increase in cargo-related handling fees petitioned by the country’s top two terminal operators. The increase is...

Panama Canal completes first monolith for new locks

The Panama Canal expansion work has reached a new milestone with the completion of the first of 46 monoliths for the new locks being...

Malaysia’s Johor Port earmarks $31 M for 5-year modernization plan

Johor Port in Malaysia announced a five-year expansion plan costing about MYR100 million (US$31.7 million) to increase space and modernize the multipurpose port’s infrastructure,...

New Kuehne + Nagel warehouse opens in Hong Kong

Swiss forwarding conglomerate Kuehne + Nagel has opened a second logistics facility in Hong Kong to provide integrated warehousing and distribution services to the...

Vehicle dock to be built at Indonesia’s Kalibaru Port

Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC), formerly Pelindo II, will build a 400-meter dock at the planned Kalibaru Port for the loading and unloading of vehicles to...
- Advertisment -

Most Read