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Monthly Archives: March, 2013

G6 announces new trans-Pacific port rotations

The G6 Alliance has unveiled its new port rotations on the trans-Pacific following the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission's approval of its bid to expand...

MCC Transport alters intra-Asia slings

Singapore-based carrier MCC Transport announced it is revising two of its intra-Asia services, to take effect from April 2013. The intra-Asia specialist said the revised...

Airfreight traffic at Hong Kong’s AAT slows

Asia Airfreight Terminal (AAT), the second cargo terminal handler at the Hong Kong International Airport, announced that its tonnage throughput in February fell 13...

Jaxport, Hanjin suspend terminal development

Hanjin Shipping and the Port of Jacksonville in Florida, U.S., have agreed to suspend the development of a dedicated terminal at the port after...

HK airfreight recovers in first 2 months of 2013

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) registered a smaller cargo volume in February this year, but throughout grew when traffic figures in the first couple...

PPA revenues up 4.45% in 2012 as economy grows

The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) posted P8.903 billion in revenues for 2012, according to preliminary figures obtained from the agency. This is up 4.45%...

PH international air cargo traffic down 5.7% in 2012

The Philippines’ air cargo traffic serviced by international airfreight forwarders shrank 5.7% last year to 243.85 million kilograms from 258.59 million kg in 2011,...

Modernizing ports key to PH global competitiveness

The Philippines needs a more aggressive campaign to modernize its seaports and solve their long-festering problems to grab a bigger slice of the international...

CKYH to reshuffle Asia-US East coast network

The CKYH alliance comprised of Cosco, “K” Line, Yang Ming, and Hanjin Shipping plan to restructure its current Asia-U.S. East Coast loops effective middle...

Zim to take part in G6 trade expansion, cancels newbuild orders

Israeli shipping line Zim announced it will seek the approval of the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) of the United States allowing it to cooperate...
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