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  • DynaLiners Daily - Jointly between Europe and India East Coast

    Cosco Shipping Lines and its sister company OOCL, Hapag-Lloyd, ONE and Yang Ming will initiate a rather unique direct service between North Europe and India East Coast. The service will be advertised under various codes by the participating lines, including IP3, IEX and IOS3. It will launched by the end of October and deploy nine ships of 6,500 TEU average, sailing between: Rotterdam, London (G...
  • DynaLiners Daily - KMTC realigns KMSK

    Korea Maritime Transport Company (KMTC) will realign its Korea Malaysia Service (KMSK). Pasir Gudang (West Malaysia) will be added to the schedule along with a second call at Ningbo (Central China) at the expense of the existing stop at Singapore. The four 2,800 TEU ships used will then sail between: Pohang, Ulsan, Busan, Kwangyang, Shanghai, Ningbo, port Kelang, Penang, Pasir Gudang, Singapore...
  • DynaLiners Daily - The Condor flies to Abu Dhabi

    2M partners Maersk Line and MSC will enhance their North Europe-Far East AE7/Condor service with extra calls at Abu Dhabi (Khalifa) eastbound and Guangzhou (Nansha) westbboud. To compensate for the extra sailing time, wayport calls at Tangier (both ways) will be dropped. The new rotation reads: Rotterdam, Hamburg, Antwerp, London (Gateway), Le Havre, Salalah, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ningbo, Shanghai...
  • DynaLiners Daily - DLSI ten points loss to 817

    This gains previously enjoyed by the DynaLiners Shares Index (DLSI) came to a halt for week 28 with a ten point loss to 817.  This was reflected in three of the sub-indices with DLSI Boxes (down twenty-six points) and DLSI Ports (down fifteen) both contracting sharply. In contrast, DLSI Shipowners enjoyed a nineteen point gain. Much more information can be found in DynaLiners Weekly ...
  • DynaLiners Daily - European Union-Mercosul agreement

    After around twenty years of negotiations, the European Union and Mercosul agreed on the draft text of a free-trade agreement. Some USD 100 billion passes between the two blocs in terms of merchandise trade, this being split virtually fifty/fifty. Part of the agreement will see tariffs on a range of products reduced over time. At the end of 2018, population of the EU approximated 510 million wh...
  • DynaLiners Daily - KMTC and Yang Ming joining

    KMTC and Yang Ming ale about to launch a new North East-South East Asia operation which the Taiwanese carrier will code China-Thailand Service (CTX). This is actually built upon the CVT service of KMTC and T.S. Lines. Yang Ming joined this loop late last year. The Vietnam element was removed earlier and for this change, a southbound call to Shenzhen (Shekou) has also been dropped. Three vessels...
  • 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 Daily - DP World embarks on the Northern Sea Route

    Major terminal operator DP World has signed an agreement of intent with Russian Direct Investment Fund, ROSATOM and Norilsk Nickel to study the best commercial options for the Northern Sea Route (NSR). Also known as the Arctic Route, this is the (northeast) passage between the Far East and Europe via Russia's northern/Artic coastline. The ultimate aim of the agreement is to establish a joint ve...
  • DynaLiners Daily - APL gets US flag access via Hapag-Lloyd

    APL, an independed operating subsidiary of CMA CGM will gain ad hoc access to the Hapag-Lloyd operated Transatlantic AL3 service of THE Alliance. This US flag loop allows the German carrier to ship US government cargoes which are also and important segment for APL. The agreement specifically, but not exclusively, focusses on Belgium, German, Latvia, Estonia and Italy, including using transhipme...
  • DynaLiners Daily - More TradeLens carriers

    CMA CGM and MSC have joined TradeLens, a joint initiative of Maersk Line and IBM to establish a blockchain-enabled digital platform that aims at offering a jointly developed global trade digitisation platform. Some time ago, also PIL, Seaboard Marine and ZIM joined the initiative.
  • DynaLiners Daily - Hapag-Loyd/Maersk/Hamburg Sud initiating relay

    Hapag-Lloyd and Maersk Line including its subsidiary Hamburg Süd will put a stop their joint US East-West Coast South America AGAS/USW service. Instead, they will initiate a relay service between the hub of Colon (Panama Atlantic), Cartagena and the USEC, coded NAE2 by the Danes. The schedule of NAE2 will become: Cartagena (Colombia), Colon, Port Everglades, New York, Baltimore, Charleston...
  • 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 - Brexit a reality for liner shipping

    For liner shipping, at the least, Brexit will become a reality this weekend. Brexit takes effect at 23:00 hours UK time on 29 March 2019; the "Cosco Shipping Rhine" is scheduled to arrive in Felixstowe on 30 March 2019 having departed Ningbo on 16 February. The question is, particularly for UK consignees who may who have cargo on board, which customs regime will apply? Essentially, there are t...
  • DynaLiners Opinion - As the deadline nears - IMO 2020

    In October 2016, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) announced its decision to lower the sulphur content cap from 3.5% to 0.5%, effective January 1, 2020. Despite the recent and multiple calls from the US administration for a staggered approach to the roll out of the IMO 2020 regulation, the regulatory authority is going full steam ahead with the roll out. As the deadline nears, seve...
  • 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...