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CSCL starts new direct service from Vietnam to Europe  (22/10)

Vietnam is increasing its global integration and has joined the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), making it possible for local companies to expand their business in the markets around the world.

Carriers seek rate hikes in Asia-Europe, as consumer demand picks up  (21/6)

SHIPPING lines are seeking a general freight rate hike to stick in July on the Asia-Europe trade after prices on services to northern Europe picked up steam.

Seaspan acquires 10,000-TEUer for Med to Far East-USWC service  (21/6)

SEASPAN, the Hong Kong administered by Vancouver headquartered charter owner and container lessor, is to take delivery of the third of seven neopanamaxes, the 10,000-TEU Hanjin Ami.

P3 rejection sends European carriers, ports scrambling  (20/6)

Europe’s major ocean carriers, ports and shippers are urgently rethinking their business strategies following the shocking news that Chinese antitrust authorities had rejected an application by Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Co. and CMA CGM to join forces in the P3 Network.

Maersk Line to raise Asia-Europe rate US$575/TEU starting July 1  (20/6)

DANISH shipping giant Maersk Line will raise rates US$575 per TEU from Asia to northern Europe from July 1

Four carriers to launch joint intra-Asia service  (20/6)

At the end of this month, Cosco Container Lines, Wan Hai Lines, China Shipping Container Lines and Pacific International Lines will launch a new joint service connecting China, Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent.

Hapag-Lloyd to reorganize West Africa services  (19/6)

Hapag-Lloyd has plans to restructure its West Africa service network, including its West Africa Service and West Africa Mediterranean Express, in June and July.

Maersk Line maintains positive outlook on Vietnam  (18/6)

In light of challenges to its regional competitiveness, Maersk Line recommends Vietnam can improve productivity through technology and use of e-solutions.

MOL to increase Far East-Japan rate US$55/TEU twice in July  (17/6)

JAPANESE shipping giant MOL will increase the rate for Far East shipments to Japan US$50 per TEU and $100 per FEU from July 1 and then again on July 15.

Drewry: Intra-Asia trade attracting carriers  (17/6)

"Financially troubled deep-sea ocean carriers are increasingly seeking salvation in the intra-Asia market due to higher than usual cargo growth and the availability of cheap vessel charter rates," said Drewry, the London-based consulting and research company.

OTHER NEWS
Ocean carrier rate revision roundup for June 13 (16/6)
Yang Ming adds connection to extend China-SE Asia-West India reach (14/6)
Maersk takes in ninth 18,000-TEU newbuilding for Asia-Europe trade (14/6)
Maersk to start Sino-Australia service with Cosco, ANL slot charter (14/6)
Samudera and Cosco team up in Straits-Indonesia-Thailand service (13/6)
Shipco adds direct services from U.S. (13/6)
Hapag-Lloyd announces $1,000 Asia-Europe GRI (11/6)
Maersk opens direct routes ahead of AEC (10/6)
Ocean carrier rate revision roundup for June 6 (9/6)
CSAV to implement restructure from 1 July (6/6)
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