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24 October 2005
12:53seaSeaNews Club materialAll Containerships Freight Deals
All the freight deals of September-October 2005 are listed in the table below.
Rating: 1898
6 October 2005
14:35seaSeaNews Club materialContainer Trans-Atlantic Rates Adjusted
The Trans-Atlantic Rate Agreement (TACA) group of container lines is raising eastbound and westbound rates in four quarterly jumps next year.
Rating: 1969
30 September 2005
09:33seaSeaNews Club materialContainership Charter Rates Heading
Dry trade containership charter rates are heading downwards at alarming speed, with little sign of a respite as demand fades away.
Rating: 1755
29 July 2005
10:44seaSeaNews Club materialContainership charter rate index
A containership charter rate index published eack week by shipbroker Howe Robinson was marked down 2% yesterday as the market continued to retreat, writes Janet Porter.
Rating: 908
11 April 2005
16:33seaSeaNews Club materialBoxship Charter Market
The boxship charter market remains relatively quiet with a scarcity of open vessels and liner operators having secured their tonnage requirements for the first half of this year.
Rating: 1477
6 April 2005
12:01seaSeaNews Club materialTSA Lines to Levy Higher Panama Canal Surcharges
Container shipping lines participating in the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (TSA) will increase their Panama Canal surcharges, from US$115 to $165 per container from May 1 in a bid to recoup potential losses after the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) introduces a sharp hike in transit fees to help pay for future canal expansion works. The ACP announced in February that it will change the way it calculates container vessel transit fees from a method based on vessel weight plus a percentage of containers on deck, to one based on a vessel's full container capacity.
Rating: 1001
24 February 2005
10:36seaSeaNews Club materialShippers Hit Out at Container Lines
Asian shippers are smarting over a rate hike warning by container lines grouped under the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (TSA), reports Fairplay.
Rating: 1138
29 November 2004
16:18seaSeaNews Club materialAsian container slump in 2006
Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) warns that Asian container players face a major downturn in 2006, reports Fairplay. Unless economic growth and global trade prove unexpectedly robust - and port congestion woes constrain supply even further - new capacity will outstrip demand growth by 4% in 2006.
Rating: 1103
24 November 2004
16:40seaSeaNews Club materialRates restoration
Hoping to emulate the success of mainline carriers in securing rate hikes, a grouping of 15 regional feeder carriers has announced a rate restoration and other surcharges for their mainline customers. The grouping, which offers common feeder services between Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and the Indian subcontinent, is planning to increase rates between US$20 and US$50 per TEU, according to its '2005 Business Plan'. Among the operators are such companies as: Advance Container Lines, Bengal Tiger Line, Gemartrans (S), Megastar Shipping, New Econ Line, Orient Express Line, Orient Shipping Services, PACC Container Line, Pacific Eagle Lines, QC Container Line, RCL Feeder, Samudera Shipping Line, Sea Consortium, Simatech Shipping and TSK Line. Rate hikes for feeder services covering the Indian subcontinent will be announced separately, the group said in a statement.
Rating: 1054
9 November 2004
11:29seaSeaNews Club materialFeeders Dominate Boxship Fixtures
Feeder-class ships are currently dominant among containership fixtures with record rates now being paid by ocean carriers to secure them.
Rating: 1493
3 June 2003
11:00seaSeaNews Club materialNew Customs Technologies for Port Handled Containers
An interview with Lieutenant-General Anatoly V.
Rating: 2468
16 May 2003
11:00seaSeaNews Club materialNCC: Our Task to Provide Conditions for Developing Container Business in Russia
An interview with Vladimir L.
Rating: 2865
14 February 2003
11:00seaSeaNews Club materialWorld's Top 31 to 60 Container Liner Operators
Overview of the world's top 31 to 60 container liner operators (by parent or main company, including subsidiaries, affiliates and sister companies) ranking by size in terms of the existing operated fleet TEU capacity as of early February 2003: No Parent/main company Existing fleet Orderbook TEU Ships TEU Ships 31 Horizon Lines 28.3 17 0 0 32 Sinotrans 27.0 34 0 0 33 CCNI 26.4 14 0 0 34 Heung-A 26.2 24 0 0 35 Samudera 25.3 26 0 0 36 Dongnama 25.0 16 0 0 37 Finnlines 22.7 52 0 0 38 KMTC 22.2 26 3.6 2 39 Maruba 21.7 14 0 0 40 FESCo 21.7 27 0.3 1 41 Sea Consortium 20.6 30 0 0 42 Cheng Lie 19.6 15 0 0 43 Costa 19.4 20 0 0 44 Schoeller Holdings 18.3 16 0 0 45 Seaboard Marine 17.2 25 0 0 46 Matson 17.0 12 5.8 2 47 UniFeeder 15.9 30 0 0 48 UFS 15.7 23 0 0 49 SCI 15.1 10 0 0 50 Crowley LS 14.5 21 0 0 51 DAL 13.6 7 0 0 52 Westwood 13.6 7 10.2 5 53 Chipolbrok 12.8 15 6.0 4 54 Sinokor 12.1 16 0 0 55 Shandong Shipping 11.8 16 0 0 56 Navibulgar 11.8 18 0 0 57 Dole Ocean 11.5 23 0 0 58 Rickmers Linie 11.5 10 11.1 6 59 SITC 10.6 21 0 0 60 Turkon 10.5 11 0 0 Total top 31/60 540 606 37 20 World liner fleet 6,860 4,743 1,102 323 Share top 31/60 8% 13% 3% 6% The above ranking is just a snapshot of the moment it was compiled.
Rating: 2772
6 February 2003
11:00seaSeaNews Club materialTop 30 Container Liner Operators
Liner operators are generally reporting better rates on the dominant legs of the various trunk routes.
Rating: 2547
30 October 2002
11:00seaSeaNews Club materialNew Player in the Russia - Cuba Box Shipment Market
In October of 2002 Melbridge Container Line officially stepped into the Russian market.
Rating: 1150
11 June 2002
11:00seaSeaNews Club materialWorld's Top 30 Container Liner Operators
The world's 30 largest container liner operators (by parent or main company, including all subsidiaries, affiliates and sister companies) ranking by size in terms of the existing operated fleet TEU capacity as of early June 2002. No.
Rating: 1458
4 June 2002
11:00seaSeaNews Club materialEurope-Far East Trades Statistics
The ten alliances and individual ship operators in the N.
Rating: 1121
8 April 2002
11:00seaSeaNews Club materialRole of International Coordinating Council on TransSiberian Transportation in Materializing Potentials of TransSiberian Landbridge
The International Coordinating Council on TransSiberian Transportation has been established at the International Conference on Transportation of cargo via the TransSiberian railway Mainline held in Moscow on November 23,1993. The Declaration of the International Conference reads "The participants of the International Conference on Transportation of cargo on the TransSiberian railway Mainline taking into consideration the importance of the "TransSiberian Landbridge" for the economical community in matters of developing trade and international economic relations between the countries of Europe and Asia and proceeding from the necessity of providing a service to meet the requirements of the world transport market and also taking into consideration the economical and social development taking place in the present world, decided to establish an International Coordinating Council on TransSiberian Transportation". At the moment the CCTST has 84 members: The Ministry of Railway Transport of Russia, The Ministry of Transport of Russia, The State Customs Committee of Russia, The railway administrations of the Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Hungary, Finland, Poland, Germany, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Mongolia; Shipping companies, seaports, associations of operators and forwarders, as well as major individual forwarding companies. The Chairman of the Council is the Mr.
Rating: 956
11 February 2002
11:00seaSeaNews Club materialWorlds Top Container Liner Operator
Overview of the world's 30 largest container liner operators (by parent or main company, thus including all subsidiaries, affiliates and sister companies) ranking by size in terms of the existing operated fleet TEU capacity as of early February 2002: No.(Parent) company Existing fleet Order book TEU Ships TEU Ships 1 Maersk Sealand73030213430 2 P&O Nedlloyd368145256 3 Evergreen 354135339 4 MSC 3291616610 5 Hanjn 290866112 6 APL 23679368 7 Coscon 232118174 8 CMA CGM 196973812 9 NYK 166817714 10 K Line 16260285 11 CP Ships 155776317 12 China Shipping145829721 13 MOL 143616813 14 HMM 14238144 15 OOCL 137466512 16 Zim 13268296 17 Yang Ming 1264354 18 Hapag-Lloyd 11934597 19 CSAV 9445227 20 PIL 8986148 21 Hamburg Sud 8646113 22 Wan Hai 7159146 23 UASC 7035-- 24 Delmas 6054168 25 MISC 5032-- 26 Grimaldi 484245 27 Kien Hung 412774 28 IRISL 3846156 29 RCL 313211 30 Sinotrans 2831-- Total top 304,8682,2481,019242 World cap./fleet 7,2877,1671,429465 Share top 3067%31%71%52% Total 30 Sept.014,7672,2511,114268 Please note that the above ranking is just a snapshot of the moment it was compiled.
Rating: 912
8 February 2002
11:00seaSeaNews Club materialBig Port St. Petersburg: Something Bigger than Commercial Sea Port of St. Petersburg JSC
Besides Sea Port of St.
Rating: 882
 
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