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Northeast Asia Correspondent
Based in Hong Kong, Cichen Shen is the China Editor for Lloyd’s List. He is responsible for covering a wide range of maritime issues, from the Cosco-China Shipping merger and the growth of Chinese lessors to the collapse of Hanjin and the integration between the Japanese carriers.
Cichen is a frequent interviewer of the top business leaders in Asian shipping.
Prior to his role at Lloyd’s List, Cichen worked as a reporter for China’s Caijing Magazine in Beijing and was a local producer for the US National Public Radio and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Shanghai.
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As of end-July, the company’s total current liabilities amounted to Yuan79.2bn, including Yuan24.6bn short-term borrowings, whereas its cash and cash equivalents stood at Yuan33.4bn
Leading freight forwarder Kuehne + Nagel is extremely cautious about securing long-term contracts into 2020 against a backdrop of high volatility in fuel prices
Cosco Shipping thinks the idea that a few big fish can go about removing all the smaller players that currently occupy the logistics chain is a wholly misguided ambition. Instead, it thinks the logistics industry needs more openness and co-operation about the way it works in order to improve service to customers
Turning bloated state-owned businesses into globally competitive players has been at the core of COSCO SHIPPING chairman Xu Lirong’s responsibility. He has delivered important achievements, while the constantly fast-changing shipping markets, complicated by rising geopolitical and regulatory uncertainties in this era, will be a continuing test for his legacy
Cosco Shipping Tanker (Dalian) Co holds a 50% stake in China LNG Shipping, a level that can make the latter fall within the US sanctions sphere
‘What we feel is in order to be a responsible shipping line to protect our environment, we need to be responsible by going with a recognised technology available today’ — Rodolphe Saadé