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  • DynaLiners Daily - DLSI Carriers is clearly the strongest

    Despite the (DLSI) only creeping slowly up these past three weeks, as evidenced by a 1% and only nine point increase this time around to 854, this was, in fact, a highpoint for the year. The previous best was the 847 points noted way back in Week 18 (mid-April) and is, in fact, the best since Week 35 of 2018 (end-August). This aside, movement was very much a mixed bag, as it has been for a whi...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Two South Korean compatriots

    South Korean compatriots Namsung Shipping (2 ships) and KMTC (1) will launch a new service between South Korea, China and Japan, styled New Bohai Pendulum (BNP). It will deploy three vessels of 1,000 TEU, calling at: Busan, Ulsan, Kwangyang, Dalian, Tianjin, Busan, Sendai, Hachinohe, Tomakomai, Maizuru, Kanazawa and back to Busan.
  • DynaLiners Daily - All the indices are on course to finish the year stronger than twelve months earlier

    This week, the (DLSI) struggled yet again to post substantive improvement with a four point gain to 845. The two strongest sub-indices, namely DLSI Carriers and DLSI Ports both recorded marginal losses. In contrast, the weaker DLSI Owners and DSLI Boxes grew by twenty-nine points (+3.5%) and twenty point points (+3.4%) respectively. If recent trends continue, all the indices are on course to fi...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Maersk raises EBITDA

    Maersk has raised its estimate for EBITDA from about USD 5 billion for the year 2019 to between USD 5.4 and USD 5.8 billion. This news came after the carrier revealed revenue for the third quarter of USD 10 billion (unchanged) and an almost 50% rise for EBITDA
  • DynaLiners Daily - New Golden Sea Shipping to serve Yangpu

    Cosco Shipping's intra-Asia branch New Golden Sea Shipping has started a weekly link between Yangpu (Hainan Island) and Chittagong, calling at Singapore. The new Yangon-Chittagong Express (YCX), operated with three vessels of 2,000 TEU average, will call at the following ports: Yangpu, Singapore, Chittagong, Singapore and back to Yangpu.
  • DynaLiners Daily - CMA CGM overhauls TURAF

    CMA CGM will overhaul its Turkey North Africa Express (TURAF). On the Turkish side it will now only cover Izmir and Izmit but no longer call at Gemlik, Aliaga and Istanbul (Ambarli). On the other end, the service will shift focus from Algeria to Libya. The number of ships will be reduced by one to two units of around 1,000 TEU each. The new itinerary reads: Izmir, Izmit, Thessaloniki, Malta, Mi...
  • DynaLiners Daily - A Russian Northern Sea operator

    The Russian Government is looking to create a state-run box ship operator to take advantage of the Northern Sea Route. The state would bear the extra expenses involved with operating in the icy environment, while shippers would cover the remaining costs. The proposed venture foresees a service between Murmansk at the European end and the port of Petropavlovsk at the Kamchatka Peninsula in Asia....
  • DynaLiners Daily - NileDucth joins forces with Marquisa

    NileDucth will join forces with Spanish carrier Marguisa on latter's recently-established Marguisa Calabar Service (MCS), which rotates between Bata, Malabo and Calabar. For this purpose, Marguisa, continuing to provide the single vessel, will add the NileDutch destinations of Pointe Noire and Sao Tome to the loop. The Dutch carrier will not cover Calabar, though. The full rotation is: Pointe N...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Multi-carrier NEAX calling it a day?

    Evergreen will withdraw from the North East Asia-Australia NEAX service, to which it contributes a single vessel. As the operation is already running on an irregular basis, it is unclear whether its partners APL/CMA CGM, Hapag-Lloyd and Yang Ming will continue it or call it a day. Evergreen participates in two other NEA-Australia operations, known as CAE and CAT.24 October 2019
  • DynaLiners Daily - MSC enhances Med-North America West Coast

    MSC will enhance its Mediterranean-North America West Coast Eagle Express with an eastbound call at the Caribbean hub of Caucedo (Dominican Republic). The revised rotation becomes: Barcelona, Gioia Tauro, Civitavecchia, La Spezia, Marseilles, Valencia, Sines, Caucedo, Cristobal, Balboa, Manzanillo (Mex), Long Beach, Oakland, Seattle, Vancouver, Oakland, Long Beach, Ensenada, Manzanillo, Balboa,...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Layup costs money

    To reduce overcapacity, the Ocean Alliance of CMA CGM, CoscoSL/OOCL and Evergreen will, until the end of the year, cancel in total fourteen sailings from the Far East to North Europe (8 sailings), distributed over loops NEU1/3/4/5/6/7, and the Mediterranean (6), involving MED1 and MED2. It should be noted that ships in layup also cost (a lot of) money. If possible, carriers will use the opportu...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Melons from Pecem to the Med

    MSC has, for the melon season, added the North Brazilian port of Pecem to its East Coast South America-Mediterranean service. Hapag-Lloyd contributes one ship to this operation of which the rotation now reads: Valencia, Barcelona, Genoa, Leghorn, Gioia Tauro, Malta, Valencia, Suape, Salvador, Rio de Janeiro, Santos, Paranagua, Itapoa, Montevideo, Navegantes, Santos, Rio de Janeiro, Pecem, Las P...
  • DynaLiners Daily - No more Petra

    MSC has put a stop to its Strait-Red Sea Petra service, which was operated by five ships of average 5,000 TEU. Its rotation was: Port Kelang, Singapore, Tanjung Pelepas, Port Kelang, Colombo, Djibouti, King Abdullah, Colombo and back to Port Kelang.
  • DynaLiners Daily - CMA CGM, a new relay service

    By early November, CMA CGM will initiate a relay service between the hubs of Tangier-Med and Algeciras, and West Africa. The new operation will be dubbed Guinea Gulf Express (GGX). Coverage of the four 2,500 TEU vessels will be: Tangier, Algeciras, Conakry, Tema, Lagos (Tin Can) and back to Tangier.
  • Dynamar - Vacancies

    Since 1981, Dynamar B.V. has provided Transport and Shipping Information and Consultancy services for the Marine, Energy and Financial sectors. Our consultancy department is a leading independent provider of analytical studies on various aspects of the maritime industry, with a particular emphasis on container liner shipping. We are looking for an experienced consultant to expand our organiza...
  • Dynamar Vacancy - Maritime Analysts

    Since 1981, Dynamar B.V. has provided Transport and Shipping Information and Consultancy services for the Marine, Energy and Financial sectors. Dynamar is the premier source for business risk analysis and reporting, and a major provider of analytical container shipping news and commentary. We are looking to expand our team of analysts at home and abroad. We require applicants that have ...
  • DynaLiners Shares Index (DLSI)

    DynaLiners Shares Index is part of a substantial upgrade of DynaLiners Weekly. Want to know more of new DynaLiners Daily and the amazing Shares Index? Mail dirkvisser@dynamar.com and we'll arrange a 3-week free-trial for you, instantly.   DynaLiners is proud to present its DynaLiners Shares Index (DLSI), a unique analysis, we believe, in container shipping. It takes the share price develo...
  • Dynamar News - Enhanced rating scoring system

    In our continuous effort to improve our services, it gives us great pleasure to inform you that we have modernized and enhanced our rating scoring system. Our aim has been to bring ratings even more into line with each other through the development of additional bench marks in the credit scoring. The rating system itself which range varies from 1 (low risk) to 10 (high risk) has remained the sa...
  • DynaLiners Opinion - An invisible trade in the limelight

    Transhipment and associated Feedering is an invisible trade. It concerns containers that do not exist in statistics on the worldwide carriage of full containers. It is commercial full containers that are counted to assess the world full container trade, which reached around 168 million TEU in 2017. Commercial full containers are shipped on a Bill of Lading covering the carriage of the boxes fr...
  • DynaLiners Opinion - Bad Bunkers

    The current epidemic of contaminated bunker fuels was first reported on in April this year, in Houston. Contaminated bunkers are often mixed with shale oil. The issue has since spread to Panama and Singapore, and possibly Hong Kong and Malaysia. As per Reuters, over 100 cases have been reported since, while Intertanko refers to several hundred affected ships.  Lloyd’s List estimates...