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Weak rates played havoc with Hong Kong carrier Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) last year, with EBITDA plummeting ...
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Chartering activity by member lines of the Ocean and THE alliances to plug network gaps ...
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Ahead of the Maersk Group 2016 annual report due on Wednesday, analyst Jefferies has predicted ...
News / Capacity cuts reward container lines as rates hold steady on east-west trades
Carriers were rewarded for their proactivity in the run-up to Chinese New Year, heading off ...
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Container spot rates marginally declined this week ahead of Chinese New Year, with carriers announcing ...
News / CMA CGM and Cosco are most likely takers for OOCL, say analysts
CMA CGM and China Cosco are the two most likely carriers to buy OOCL, should its ...
Comment / Analysis: OOIL may be under stress, but it has time to look for the right deal
Speculation that Orient Overseas (International) Ltd (OOIL) is likely to be involved in some sort of ...
News / Maersk refines fleet of second-generation Triple-E box ships to carry 20,000 teu
Maersk Line’s 11 second generation Triple-E class vessels, due to be delivered from April next ...
News / Ocean Alliance toe hits the water first with early publication of pro-forma network
The Ocean Alliance, which next April will be the biggest of the three vessel-sharing alliances, ...
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