China COSCO Shipping (中国远洋海运集团)

China COSCO Shipping Corporation Limited, also referred to as the China COSCO Shipping Group or China COSCO Shipping, is a Chinese business conglomerate and state-owned enterprise headquartered in Shanghai. The group is engaged in a variety of business sectors, with a focus on integrated logistics, shipping, finance services, and equipment manufacturing.

China COSCO Shipping

China COSCO Shipping Corporation

The company was formed by the merger of the COSCO Group and the China Shipping Group in January 2016. The merger was precipitated by an ongoing downturn in the containerized-ocean-freight and break bulk shipping industries that stymied the profits of both groups and motivated them to unite and endure the decline together. The merged entity is composed of several business clusters each of which is managed by one or more subsidiaries. Its core business cluster is container, dry-bulk, and petroleum transport services.


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The COSCO Group, founded in 1961 and headquartered in Beijing, was a Chinese state-owned business conglomerate providing logistics and shipping services around the world. The company owned over 300 total subsidiaries in China and abroad. Furthermore, the group’s brand was among China’s top 15 in 2012. The company was the largest dry bulk carrier in China and among the largest in the world. Its container line, named COSCO Container Lines, was the world’s sixth-largest container shipping company in terms of fleet capacity. It owned more than 130 merchant vessels with a total capacity of 600,000 TEU. The company employed 130,000 people worldwide as of 2012.


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The China Shipping Group was founded in 1997 and was headquartered in Shanghai. The group was also a state-owned business conglomerate supplying various transportation and shipping-related services. Its flagship brand and subsidiary, named China Shipping Container Lines, was the world’s seventh-largest container shipping company based on fleet capacity.

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