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  • DynaLiners Daily - Nicolas exit...

    One year after it launched its tender for CEVA Logistics, CMA CGM has now started what it calls the second development phase of the logistics company. This new stage comes with a new management board headed by Mathieu Friedberg, former senior Vice President of CMA CGM. Container shipping veteran and former CEVA CEO Nicolas Sartini, who was also responsible for the reorganisation of APL, will th...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Revived Petra

    21 January 2020 MSC has revived its Straits-Red Sea Petra service, which was cancelled in October 2019. In the new setup, the operation deploys four ships of between 3,400 and 6,000 TEU, calling at Singapore, Djibouti, King Abdullah Port, Aqaba, El Sokhna, Colombo and back to Singapore.
  • DynaLiners Daily - One Ocean Alliance service less

    By the end of this month, the Ocean Alliance of CMA CGM, CoscoSL/OOCL and Evergreen will drop MED4, one of its five Far East-Mediterranean services. It is the consortium's smallest operation in this trade and has been running at an irregular basis for some time. In the Med, it covered Ashdod, Alexandria, Mersin and Piraeus.
  • DynaLiners Daily - Cosco Europe a Diamond

    Effective 15 January 2020, Cosco Shipping Lines (Europe) GmbH, the European branch of Cosco Shipping will start the transfer of its intra-European services to recently-founded Diamond Line GmbH. The existing network will remain unchanged.
  • DynaLiners Daily - CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd to/from WCSA

    CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd will combine their separate Oro Verde and FSW Cartagena-West Coast South America services into a single loop, operated by two ships of 3,700 TEU. For the French carrier this means it will lose its connection to Manta. The port order of the new operation will be: Cartagena, Paita, Posorja, Guayaquil, Buenaventura and back to Cartagena.
  • DynaLiners Daily - Evergreen South/North Asian changes

    15 January 2020 Evergeen will extend its North East Asia-South East Asia (NSA) service to Vietnam, Thailand and the Straits. At the same time, the two 1,600 TEU vessels will be replaced by units of between 2,200 and 2,600 TEU. Simultaneously, in Japan, the carrier will drop Iwakuni to replace it by Hakata. Instead, Iwakuni will be added to Evergreen's Japan-China-Ho Chi Minh (JCH) service. At t...
  • DynaLiners Daily - The 1 January 2020 Top 25

    The 1 January 2020 Top 25 Container Liner Operators (by parent or main company, including subsidiaries and affiliates) controls 91% of the existing world container capable fleet deployed in liner services. The share of the orderbook amounts to just 10% of the existing fleet, the lowest level in years. Compared to one year ago, following its takeover of Feedertech, Unifeeder entered the ranking,...
  • DynaLiners Daily - A muted week

      This week’s DynaLiners Shares Index (DLSI) stuttered somewhat after its recent gains as it shrank by four points to 889 (-0.4%). Only the DLSI Owners sub-index managed to post an improvement as it ended five points up at 988, thereby consolidating its leading position amongst all the figures. The other sector indices only moved a few points down or stayed the same.
  • DynaLiners Daily - Between South Korea and south Japan

    Effective end of January, CMA CGM's APL/Cheng Lie branch will offer a new service between Busan and the South of Japan, coded NPF (Nine Provinces Feeder). The schedule will read: Busan, Hakata, Shibushi, Hososhima, Oita, Hakata and back to Japan. 7 January 2020
  • DynaLiners Daily - The impact of the Rat

    In the wake of the Chinese New Year (of the Rat, 25 January 2020), 2M (Maersk and MSC), will cancel four sailings from the Far East to the US West Coast. From the Far East to the US East Coast, the consortium will drop another nine sailings. 6 January 2020
  • DynaLiners Daily - Maersk not to Hamburg ahead of India

    Maersk will revise its North Europe-Indian Sub Continent ME1 service. Hamburg will be deleted from the schedule and replaced by a second (this time inbound) call at Rotterdam. In the new setup, to become effective from the end of January next, the ships will call at Rotterdam, Felixstowe, Antwerp, Bremerhaven, Wilhelmshaven, Rotterdam, Jeddah, Salalah, Dubai, Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Salalah, Jedda...
  • 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 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...