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  • DynaLiners Daily - Yilport numbers

    Ports in which Turkish Yilport owns a stake handled 6.2 million TEU, or 4.6 million TEU based on equity share. The container volumes were split between Malta (2.7 million TEU), Turkey (1.1 million TEU), Iberia (1.2 million TEU), Nordic Countries (495,300 TEU) and others (600,000 TEU). In addition, it handled 11.5 million tons of general cargo, 317,000 CEU Ro/Ro units and 3.4 million cbm of liqu...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Heung A Line or Heung-A Shipping?

    Heung A Line, now owned by Sinokor, has distanced itself from its former parent Heung-A Shipping, which is undergoing a KDB, Korean Development Bank-led debt restructuring. Heung-A Shipping, which now is solely a tanker operator, sold a 90% shareholding in Heung A Line in December 2019 for KRW 36 billion (USD 29 million).  
  • DynaMarkets Monitor - Edition 3/2020 (excerpt)

    The chemical tanker market was also affected by the industrial slowdown in China through January and February, although to a lesser extent than the crude and oil products markets. Wider disruption in the palm oil export markets in Asia continues with, so far, no movement from India in terms of the ban on Malaysian palm oil, both crude and refined. The change of government in Malaysia may help t...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Crowlew joining King Ocean and Seabord Marine

    Crowley will offer two new US-Caribbean connections through slots from King Ocean and Seaboard Marine respectively. From King Ocean, it will charter space between Port Everglades and Grenada (20 TEU) and St. Vincent (10 TEU). From Seaboard Marine, it will take space between Miami and Trinidad (90 TEU).
  • DynaLiners Daily - USEC-SAEC changes by MSC

    Next month, MSC will revise its 8x 6,000 TEU US East Coast-East Coast South America (USA-SAEC) service with the addition of Paranagua, Colon (Cristobal) and Philadelphia at the expense of Port Everglades, Freeport (Bahamas) and Caucedo. The new port order reads: Philadelphia, New York, Norfolk, Baltimore, Charleston, Savannah, Caucedo, Santos, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Rio Grande, Navegantes, P...
  • DynaLiners Daily - No respite on the downward pressure of the Shares Index

    There is no respite on the downward pressure of the DynaLiners Shares Index (DLSI); the superlatives are all but exhausted. This week only ten companies managed to see their share prices rise, whilst 104 went the other way. The average change was a remarkable drop of 12.5%. With figures as these, and after three tough weeks already, it is no surprise that record lows have been reached. In ess...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Increasing port calls from Asia to Europe

    With the situation around the corona-virus in China slowly improving, liner shipping is following suit. The number of port calls in the country is increasing and some Far East-Europe cancelled sailings will continue after all. The Ocean Alliance (CMA CGM, CoscoSL/OOCL and Evergreen) has decided to resurrect at least two sailings, one in the second half of March and one in April. Meanwhile, now ...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Kiwi's coming with the French

    To cater for the New Zealand Kiwi season, CMA CGM and Marfret will traditionally double the frequency of their joint Australasia-North Europe (via Panama) PAD/MASP service from fortnightly to weekly. The six extra vessels required will contributed by CMA CGM. Simultaneously, the two will add Zeebrugge to the rotation, which will become: Zeebrugge, Rotterdam, London (Gateway), Dunkirk, Le Havre,...
  • DynaLiners Daily - PIL looses six big ships

    Following its decision to leave the Transpacific trade, PIL has disposed of six of its twelve 11,900 TEU ULCS. Two will go to Wan Hai, one of which it already had on charter, who will use them for its Transpacific operations. The other four were picked up by non-operating owner Seaspan. The vessels were not owned by PIL but financed via Chinese leasing houses, so it will not change its debt, bu...
  • DynaLiners Daily - DP World Canada goes Fraser Surry Docks

    DP World Canada, a 55-45 joint venture between the Dubai-based stevedore and investor Caisse de Dépôt et Placement de Québec (CDPQ), has acquired Fraser Surrey Docks Vancouver from Macquarie Infrastructure Partners. The multipurpose facility along the Fraser River operates a quay line of 1,200 meters and 75 ha of yard space. In addition to various other business, the termina...
  • DynaLiners Daily - THE larger Alliance to India

    THE Alliance, comprising Hapag-Lloyd, ONE, Yang Ming and soon HMM, has revealed its new Far East-Indian Sub Continent network, starting first of April. The system will consist of three loops, replacing the carrier's current separate operations: CGX (Yang Ming), AGX (Hapag-Lloyd together with CMA CGM, Evergreen and OOCL) and HME (HMM).
  • DynaLiners Daily - PIL brushing up, selling ships

    To brush up its balance sheet, PIL is in the process of selling its subsidiary Pacific Direct Line (PDL) to US-based Wonderful Corporation. The latter company is the owner of Neptune Pacific Line (operator of three ships), which at its turn is 50% owner of Pacific Forum Line (one single ship). Pacific Direct Line operates five ships of between 500 and 1,000 TEU in South Pacific trades. In addit...
  • 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...