Shipper hackles rise as Hong Kong box terminals announce operating alliance

January 10, 2019 Gavin van Marle

A new alliance of four Hong Kong major container terminal operators has been slammed as anti-competitive by local shippers.
The Hong Kong Seaport Joint Operating Alliance Agreement (HKSPA), announced yesterday, sees Cosco Shipping Ports team up with Asia Container Terminals, Hongkong International Terminals and Modern Terminals.
According to Cosco, the four companies will collaborate on the management and operation of 23 berths across Hong Kong’s Kwai Tsing terminals, with the aim of ...

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