Hanjin Group chairman dies
Hanjin Group chairman Cho Yang-ho died yesterday in the United States at age of 70 due to a chronic lung disease.
Hanjin Heavy Industries to renew sale of its energy trio
South Korea’s Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Co., under a joint workout program with its nine creditors for over a year
Bankrupt Hanjin Shipping to be delisted
Hanjin Shipping, once South Korea’s largest shipper, is set to be delisted from the local bourse on March 7, while newly established SM Line Corp. will begin its first service on Mar. 8.
FMC Commissioner: Lessons from Hanjin Collapse
The collapse of South Korean shipping company Hanjin Shipping in late-August 2016 was “a wake-up call” for the entire ocean transportation supply chain and there is a number of lessons to be learned from it, William P. Doyle, Commissioner with the US Fede
Hanjin Shipping Declared Bankrupt As Port of Long Beach Recovers
As Hanjin Shipping Co. finally sank Friday, the Port of Long Beach looked to a future without its most important cargo carrier and former lease-holder of its largest terminal.
Hanjin Shipping ends 40 years of sailing
A court in South Korea has declared the bankruptcy of Hanjin Shipping, after two weeks of appeals that ended Friday, bringing to a close 40 years of the company’s history as a leading shipping line and leaving challenges for the industry.
Hanjin Shipping going bankrupt
Hanjin Shipping will be declared bankrupt today, after suffering from snowballing debt amid a slowdown in the global shipping market.