|29 March 2010|
|16:21||Container shippingRising Container Capacity Threatens Liner Recovery|
|23 March 2010|
|10:44||Container shippingLines Predict Growth in Transpacific |
|9 September 2005|
|11:57||seaContainer Market Strengthens|
Relatively strong containership fixtures to counter the recent summertime blues about stagnant boxship markets are beginning to emerge.
Zim of Israel has fixed two 13-year-old, 2,700 TEU sisterships, the Reederei Laiesz-owned "Patmos" and "Pacific" (both built 1992), for a healthy 36 to 40 months at $30,500 per day.
|29 April 2005|
|11:00||seaBox Downturn Forecast|
Dangerous waters lie ahead for the container shipping industry, shipbrokers and analysts Howe Robinson have warned, but owners continued to disagree.
|11 April 2005|
|16:33||seaBoxship 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.
|6 April 2005|
|12:01||seaTSA 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.
|4 March 2005|
|16:04||seaFreight Rates May Rise|
An annual rate rise of 20-30% for containerships was forecast last week by Nick Hubbard, a director of the broking house Howe Robinson.
|1 December 2004|
|12:48||seaBox Rates to Maintain Momentum|
Demand for container shipping capacity will continue to exceed supply in the major trunk routes ensuring a continuous increase in freight rates.
|6 April 2004|
|17:47||seaA.P.Moller-Maersk Group Announced Results of 2003|
Largest Danish corporation A.P.Moller-Maersk Group announced results of 2003, which was estimated as a successful period for all company's activities.
The result for the year before special items and tax DKK 21,955 million ($3.7 bn), 10% up year-on-year, was very negatively affected by the decrease in the USD/DKK exchange rate.
|3 June 2003|
|11:00||seaNew Customs Technologies for Port Handled Containers|
An interview with Lieutenant-General Anatoly V.
|25 February 2003|
|15:32||sea Is 0% VAT Applicable in Russia?|
In accordance with Clause 169 of the RF Tax Code, the VAT rate for international carriage is 0%.
|5 December 2002|
|11:00||seaOktyabrskaya Railway Looks to Containers|
An interview with Yevgeny I.
|29 October 2002|
|11:00||seaFESCO Quotes Prosperity as Main Objective|
An interview with Yevgeny N.
|30 September 2002|
|11:00||seaRussia and Baltics between East and West|
The very geographic location of the Baltic republics on the trade rotes between Europe and Asia makes transit a predominant factor in their economies, and first and foremost in their port business.
|26 March 2002|
|11:00||seaContainer Traffic in the Baltic Sea|
I am originating in deep sea trading, being educated in Hapag Lloyd and Maersk Line - now Maersk Sealand - have been working in the Far East for some years and took over the management of TEAM LINES two years ago.
TEAM LINES is a Short Sea Feeder shipping company - in fact the largest in Germany.
|15 March 2002|
|11:00||seaRussian Yards Can Build Better and Cheaper than Foreign Yards. We Only Need Orders|
What newbuildings were added to the Russiab marine fleet last year?
Last year, over 100 civil ships and floatable facilities were delivered to customers.
|11:00||seaWorld Container Shipping - Another Point of View|
Foremost, Mr.Lyapaev believes both China's enterance into the World Trade Organization and the official trade agreement between the U.S.
|13 March 2002|
|11:00||seaWorld Container Shipping: Background and Outlook |
1/ Development outline
The world container trade has been demonstrating stable growth since early 1980-ies and by 2000 has reached around 52 million TEU, not counting empty and transshipment containers.
|5 February 2002|
|11:00||seaEvery Business Must Earn Money|
Mr.Shukhobodsky, what results did PetroLesPort achieve in 2001?
Within the past four years we increased the port's throughput more than twice while retaining almost fully our traditional cargoes - timber products.
|25 December 2001|
|11:00||seaWorld Trade Fleet by Flag of Registry|
According to Shipping Statistics & Market Review, the first 25 positions by fleet tonnage registered under the national flag as of July 1, 2001, were occupied by the following countries:
Total Dwt, million tons
Units Dwt, million tons Oil tankers Bulkers Container ships General cargo