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The concept of the ‘ Taiwan miracle’ is not a new one. Today, Taiwan plays a critical role in the global technology supply chain, is an important market for global trade – and is a location that is increasingly ripe for foreign investment.
News ID: 77829    Publish Date : 2017/12/23

Taiwan ’s Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp has put 8,795 used units of dry containers up for sale, potentially raising sales proceeds of up to $245,700.
News ID: 76195    Publish Date : 2017/09/11

Niche container carrier Wan Hai Lines was the most reliable in Q2 as overall reliability for the sector improved according to analysts SeaIntel.
News ID: 75340    Publish Date : 2017/08/01

Loss-making Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp is planning to make a public offering of 500m shares as part of the company’s ongoing recapitalisation plan to stabilise its weak financial standing.
News ID: 75040    Publish Date : 2017/07/18

Taiwan ’s Wan Hai Lines has slumped to a first quarter loss due mainly to a significant loss taken currency exchange differences and a steep fall in operating income, as revenue was largely stable.
News ID: 73940    Publish Date : 2017/05/15

Two workers have died at Taiwan ’s CSBC shipbuilding site in Kaohsiung on Saturday while they were working on a semi-submersible heavylift ship, according to an announcement by the local authority.
News ID: 73442    Publish Date : 2017/04/17

Panama Canal Authority is looking into development opportunities in the gas shipping market now that it has introduced transit for liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers.
News ID: 73315    Publish Date : 2017/04/08

Taiwan plans to build eight submarines to bolster its current fleet of four aging foreign-built vessels, a senior Taiwan ese navy official said on Wednesday.
News ID: 73256    Publish Date : 2017/04/05

Taiwan ese shipping company Yang Ming Transportation Corporation (Yang Ming) widened its net loss in 2016, reaching TWD 14.9 billion (USD 493 million) when compared to a net loss of TWD 7.7 billion (USD 258 million) seen in 2015.
News ID: 73164    Publish Date : 2017/03/30

Taiwan ’s container line Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp unveiled that it has instituted a recapitalisation plan aimed at strengthening its balance sheet and improving liquidity.
News ID: 71857    Publish Date : 2017/01/24

As merger mania continues to grip container shipping Taiwan ’s Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp has ruled out that it will merge with another line.
News ID: 71732    Publish Date : 2017/01/20

Taiwan ’s Wan Hai Lines has bought 10,150 containers from container manufacturer Singamas at a price of $19.18m.
News ID: 70918    Publish Date : 2016/12/18

Taiwan ’s ministry of transportation and communications has mooted the possibility of merging container carrier Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp and Taiwan International Ports Corp (TIPC), as part of reform measures aimed at helping the weak maritime sector, reports said.
News ID: 70712    Publish Date : 2016/12/06

Taiwan 's shipping lines aren't looking quite so young and fresh as they were earlier, reports Bloomberg.
News ID: 70668    Publish Date : 2016/12/06

TAIWAN'S Yang Ming Marine posted deeper net losses of T$4.6bn ($144.9m) in the third quarter of 2016 compared with a T$4.2b net loss in the year ago period amid the protracted downturn for container shipping.
News ID: 70174    Publish Date : 2016/11/12

Dry bulk shipowner Taiwan Navigation is looking to expand its fleet by taking delivery of four new ships this year and another four next year, according to chairman Liu Qingjin.
News ID: 70164    Publish Date : 2016/11/15

Taiwan ese container carrier Evergreen Line has teamed up with its compatriot Yang Ming Marine Transport (YML), China’s Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL), Japan’s Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) to launch a new joint service on Asia-Australia trade, the North East Asia – Australia Express (NEAX) service.
News ID: 69782    Publish Date : 2016/10/24

Taiwan ese container carrier Evergreen Line has partnered up with China’s shipping firm COSCO in operating a joint Adriatic – Israel (AIS) Service.
News ID: 69378    Publish Date : 2016/10/05

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