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1500 Order!Russian container Market Yearbook 2016
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11 May 2007
14:33seaSeaNews Club materialMarket review, week 19
TANKERS The decrease in the supply of vessels referred to in our last report turned out to be healthy enough to provide VLCC owners with better rate levels.
Rating: 2008
19 April 2007
12:27seaSeaNews Club materialMarket review, week 16
TANKERS The pall of low rates hanging over the VLCC market continued and even achieved new lows during this the week in spite of a steady interest in coverage.
Rating: 2258
1 March 2007
15:34seaSeaNews Club materialMarket review, week 9
Tankers The VLCC market gathered strength as a substantial backlog of cargoes finally had to be placed on the market which resulted in rates moving upwards.
Rating: 1831
20 December 2006
12:38seaSeaNews Club materialAsian Oil Freight Rates to Ease
Oil tanker freight rates in 2007 could ease by about 15 percent on key Asian routes, as shipyards churn out new builds and oil demand slows, but high volatility will persist on geopolitics and weather patterns.
Rating: 1196
29 November 2005
11:16seaSeaNews Club materialKursui Linija Charters Ice-Class Boxship
Boxship charter rates remain under pressure with spot fixtures becoming far more commonplace.
Rating: 1713
11 October 2005
13:03seaSeaNews Club materialLast Boxship Charters
Boxship charter rates continue to edge downwards, although tramp owners are resisting pressure from liner operators for significant rate reductions for long-term fixtures.
Rating: 1858
15 August 2005
17:44seaSeaNews Club materialBoxship Charter Rates
Boxship charter rates continue to be unstable with an average drop of 8% taking place during the last two months.
Rating: 1212
3 August 2005
15:44seaSeaNews Club materialCrude Oil Freight Markets Slump
Crude oil freight markets fell on Tuesday with core rates from the Gulf to Asia knocked hard as slower seasonal demand hit owner confidence, shipping brokers said.
Rating: 1310
12 July 2005
17:17seaSeaNews Club materialFreight Rates to Asia Up
Core crude oil freight rates from the Gulf to Asia pushed higher on Tuesday after breaking the barrier at Worldscale 100 this week, reports Reuters.
Rating: 1072
3 May 2005
16:12seaSeaNews Club materialTanker Rates to Dip
Oil-tanker rates for shipping crude from the Middle East to refineries worldwide may fall for a second week as vessel supplies rise and holidays in Asia and Europe curb demand, London-based shipbroker E A Gibson said.
Rating: 1295
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
4 March 2005
16:04seaSeaNews Club materialFreight 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.
Rating: 1603
30 November 2004
11:39containerSeaNews Club materialPSA Steps into Hong Kong
PSA International has finally succeeded in making inroads into Hong Kong, the worlds number one container port.
Rating: 865
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: 1056
28 January 2004
13:54seaSeaNews Club materialPort of Antwerp: Records of 2003
The port of Antwerp has finished its year with an extremely good performance, with the latest figures pointing to a total shipping freight volume of more than 142 mn tonnes.
Rating: 678
19 January 2004
15:55seaSeaNews Club material Top 10 Container Ports
The ports are the same of the year before, be it with slight changes in the ranking (but considered to be all important by some of the ports concerned).
Rating: 752
7 February 2003
11:00seaSeaNews Club materialYear 2002 Throughput
Provisional figures of port handled TEU during the year 2002 - in alphabetical order the 1+ mn TEU ports so far known.
Rating: 1785
3 June 2002
11:00seaSeaNews Club materialTHC in European Ports
Since the introduction of the Euro on 1 January 2002, the level of the Terminal Handling Charges (THC) levied in the five main North European Continental ports can more easily be compared.
Rating: 1168
8 May 2002
11:00seaSeaNews Club materialMillionaire Ports
During 2001, the following 63 ports (in alphabetic order plus year 2001 and year 2000 ranking) controlled more than 1 million port handled TEU (full and empty, loaded and discharged, including transhipment; TEU*1,000, rounded): RankPort2001 TEUchange %2000 TEU1999 TEU 20012002 2426 Algeciras 2,1527.1%2,0091,833 1110 Antwerp 4,2184.3%4,0453,614 5951 Bangkok1,069-0.4%1,0741,064 4038 Barcelona 1,4102.9%1,3701,235 1518 Bremerhaven2,9006.9%2,7122,181 6347 Buenos Aires 1,010-10.4%1,1271,111 33 Busan 7,9074.9%7,5406,440 3532 Charleston 1,528-6.4%1,6331,568 3230 Colombo 1,720-0.7%1,7331,704 4956 Cristobal/Colon1,211-10.6%1,3541,176 5060 Dalian 1,20919.9%1,008736 1315 Dubai 3,50114.5%3,0592,845 4742 Durban 1,2248.8%1,1251,114 1917 Felixstowe 2,650-5.4%2,8002,776 3633 Genoa 1,5261.7%1,5011,234 2119 Gioia Tauro 2,488-6.2%2,6532,253 3436 Guangzhou 1,62814.1%1,4271,179 99 Hamburg 4,68910.4%4,2483,738 4340 Hampton R.
Rating: 1109
26 March 2002
11:00seaSeaNews Club materialContainer 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.
Rating: 1453
 
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