CMA CGM excited about inland waterways, needs policy clarity
The Narendra Modi government had drawn ambitious plans to exploit the inland waterways potential to move goods on the rivers.
Shipping giant Maersk to start using Ganga waterway from Tuesday
Earlier firms like PepsiCo, Emami Agrotech, IFFCO Fertilizers, Dabur India, ...
Maersk Line to levy $60 surcharge on rising fuel costs
The company's MD for India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh said the surcharge varies as per ...
Maersk Line invests heavily to secure its operations from cyber-attacks
"We have revised our system architecture to reduce some amount of the risks," Maersk Line India managing director Steve Felder said.
Maersk Line India aims to expand supply chain solutions
A bigger role for Maersk in the supply chain would mean the company’s involvement in the road and railways legs of shipments for importers, and delivering consignments at factories or warehouses.
Maersk Honam fire: Remains of missing 3 found onboard
The fire-fighting efforts on board Maersk Honam are progressing. Specialized firefighting vessels remain engaged, with salvage operations led by Smit Salvage and Ardent.
What India needs now is fewer ports with higher capacity: Franck Dedenis, MD India, Maersk Line
Maersk Line, the world's biggest container shipper, controls an 18.9% market share in India. The company shipped 1.7 million TEU (twenty foot equivalent) containers to and from India last year.
Shipping, container firms show first signs of recovery in exports
The exports data reported by government are in dollar terms and are catching up, after contracting for all but one month since December 2014.
We have a lot of appetite to grow in India: Soren Skou, CEO of Maersk Line
Maersk Line is part of AP Moller-Maersk Group, a Danish business conglomerate, which is keen to invest in port infrastructure.
Maersk Line to Merge Safmarine Operations in hope to reduce costs
The Safmarine brand name will stay, and more than 1,000 personnel in sales and marketing positions around the world will be able to keep their jobs.
Maersk Line continues to improve reliability: Drewry
Adverse weather conditions and terminal congestion notwithstanding, Maersk Line was one of only three carriers able to improve schedule reliability performance during the first quarter of 2010.
Soomar to head Maersk Line in India, Sri Lanka
Rizwan Soomar has taken over as managing director - India & Sri Lanka for Maersk Line, the container shipping arm of the Denmark based A P Moller-Maersk group.
Government holds the cards for shipping industry turnaround: Bimco
Without the political responsibility, will and decisiveness, the prospect for a recovery is bleak, says Baltic and International Maritime Council (Bimco).
No congestion at port, says JNPT
The Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust authorities have said that there is no congestion at the port (JN Port).
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