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Maersk alters course

Sea lions take a sun bath on the bulbous bow of a Maersk container ship as containers are seen in the background at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, California. Danish conglomerate AP Moller-Maersk is splitting its massive container shipping operations and its energy business into separate companies, in a major shakeup that follows years of declining oil prices and freight rates. The Copenhagen-based group said yesterday that the transport and logistics division will include its shipping, terminal and container businesses, while the energy division will handle oil drilling and production as well as the tanker business. AP Moller-Maersk raised the possibility of separating its oil units from the group through joint ventures, mergers or listings. It said the main focus of the group going forward would be “delivering best in class transportation and logistics services.” ...

September 23, 2016, Friday

Air China latest among domestic carriers to ban use of Galaxy Note 7

AIR China today became the latest Chinese carrier to ban Samsung’s Electronics’ Galaxy Note 7 mobile phones, asking passengers not to use or charge them during flights or carry them in their checked luggage ...

September 20, 2016, Tuesday

Container port leased for US$7.3 billion

An Australian-led consortium with Chinese investment won a 50-year lease yesterday on the nation’s biggest container and cargo port for A$9.7 billion (US$7.3 billion), the latest maritime asset to be ...

September 20, 2016, Tuesday

Iran calls on US to drop curbs on buying jets

IRAN urged the United States yesterday to remove remaining obstacles to Tehran buying planes following the lifting of international sanctions. The Iranian government also spread out the welcome mat to ...

September 19, 2016, Monday

London to unveil moves to back iconic black cabs

London said yesterday it would unveil new measures to support its iconic black cabs including giving access to more bus lanes and raising the number of taxi ranks, just as private hire firms such as Uber...

September 14, 2016, Wednesday

Boeing: China to be world’s 1st trillion-dollar plane market

China will become the world’s first trillion-dollar aviation market as its expanding middle class takes to the skies in ever greater numbers, US manufacturer Boeing predicted yesterday....

September 14, 2016, Wednesday

US logjam ends as bankrupt Korean firm’s ship is unloaded

Dock workers began unloading furniture, clothing and other cargo on Saturday from a container ship owned by bankrupt Hanjin Shipping Co, breaking a logjam that has stranded goods on a dozen vessels bound...

September 12, 2016, Monday

Hanjin sees funding plan delayed

KOREAN Air Lines, the biggest shareholder in Hanjin Shipping, yesterday delayed a decision on a funding plan for the troubled company for a second time, adding to uncertainty about cargo stranded at sea ...

September 10, 2016, Saturday

Shanghai aims for global shipping hub

Shanghai aims to cement itself as an international shipping hub by increasing its container traffic, already the world’s No. 1 for six years, and developing a host of shipping services. The city’s shipping ...

September 9, 2016, Friday

China signs on for biggest Dream

UKRAINE said yesterday it may deliver the world’s largest jet — originally developed for the Soviet Union’s abandoned space shuttle program — to China within the next five years. The first AN-225 Mriya ...

September 8, 2016, Thursday


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