Our CEO and Founder Augustin Redier has been interviewed by Raphel Seghier for Sesame Asie Podcast. Through his 11 years of experience between Shanghai and Hong Kong, they are talking about Chinese Market Insurance Evolution. Most importantly, they are talking about how Red Asia Insurance is helping SMEs and Entrepreneurs to better [...]
IA (Insurance Authority of Hong Kong) disclosed on 31/08/2020 its statistics of Hong Kong insurance market for the first half of 2020 with a total of Gross premium growing of almost 6% comparing to the same period of 2019. General Insurance seeing its growth drive mainly by: Direct Business With the gross [...]
Kazakhstan, Belarus, Poland, Germany and France. Those countries have recently been traversed by a Chinese train called Yuxinou. Connecting China to Spain, the convoy aims to install a commercial transport railway line as a new alternative to maritime cargo. Yuxinou just travelled 10,000 kilometres in 21 days. This cargo train left Yiwu, close to Shanghai and crossed [...]
CMA CGM has announced the creation of two new cargo services: ASEA Kenya and ASEA Tanzania. They will improve maritime links between East Africa and Asia, from December 2014. These two new services are expected to reduce transit times for cargo to Kenya and Tanzania. Furthermore, the maritime links to Somalia will now be [...]
The American group Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (RCCL) finally reveals its strategy in the Chinese market. RCCL has logically chosen to support its development in the region through an alliance with one of the leading local operators: Ctrip. The US ship-owner sold to Ctrip the Celebrity Century. The ship will leave in April 2015 [...]
Indonesian President Joko Widodo is targeting almost $6 billion in projects to expand ports across the world’s biggest archipelago, where investors are deterred by logistics costs that amount to a quarter of the economy. Mr Widodo, known as Jokowi, plans to expand five ports on the nation's main islands, seeking to reduce shipping delays [...]
After switching, a container ship accidentally dropped a part of its cargo, Wednesday, November 12, in the port of Shanghai. At least 38 containers were overturned like dominoes, causing no human injuries.
Hong Kong container port has seen year-over-year container volume growth decelerate for three consecutive months. Numbers from the Marine Department of the Hong Kong Special Administration Region show Hong Kong handled throughput of 1.8 million TEUs in September, down 7.3 percent from September 2013. Hong Kong's year-to-date volume totals 16.8 million TEUs, up 1.5 [...]