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  • DynaLiners Daily - NYK more often to Hawaii

    NYK is increasing the frequency of its Asia Hawaii Express (AHX) from 3 sailings a month to weekly. Launched in 2012 with three 700 TEU vessels, now five ships ranging between 700 TEU and 1,000 TEU will be deployed. The port rotation will remain unchanged at: Yokohama, Shanghai, Busan, Yokohama, Honolulu and back to Yokohama again.
  • DynaLiners Daily - CoscoSL to buy or not to buy OOCL?

    Cosco Shipping Holdings, parent of CoscoSL (Cosco Shipping Lines) is prolonging its 17 May commenced share trading halt due to still ongoing and what it calls great uncertainties over its asset restructuring. However, it now expected to be lifted next month. This extension has obviously done nothing to quash speculation on a possible takeover of OOCL by the Cosco group. As before, there has mea...
  • DynaLiners Daily - MSC's Aponte says...

    According to Capt. Gianluigi Aponte, the ultimate supremo of Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) his group, numbering 75,000 employees spread around container carrier MSC, terminals (TIL Group), cruises (MSC Cruises) and various Italy-based ferry activities, has an annual turnover of some USD 26 billion. Last year, container liner operations made a loss but this was more than compensated for b...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Yilport to expand Gaevle

    As part of the agreement which saw Yilport enter as operator of Gävle Container Terminal, Gävle municipal council (Sweden) agreed to spend around USD 23 million on an extra 360 metres of quayline. Starting later this year, work should finish around mid-2019. Alongside other investments made by Yilport itself, including two new Ship-to-Shore container cranes, capacity of the port will ...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Japan invests in Cambodia's single port

    Japan's aid agency, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), has purchased 13.5% of the Port Authority of Sihanoukville in Cambodia as a result of the initial public offering the port undertook very recently. JICA first worked with the port back in 1999. Proceeds from the IPO will be spent on expanding the port's current 500,000 TEU capacity with the Japanese estimating a 680,000 TEU ...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Maersk's Mercosul Line to CMA CGM

    Maersk Line has agreed to sell its Brazil domestic/intra-East Coast South America operator Mercosul Line to CMA CGM. The deal is subject to the successful conclusion of the Maersk takeover of Hamburg Süd and to regulatory approval from Brazil. The acquisition will only take place after Maersk Line starts integrating Hamburg Süd. It can clearly be considered a win-win deal. Maersk need...
  • DynaLiners Daily - New CMA CGM, Hyundai, KMTC, PEL and SCI joint service

    CMA CGM, Hyundai, KMTC, Pendulum Express Lines (PEL) and the Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) have teamed up to launch the 6x 4,600 TEU vessel China West India Express (CWI). Hyundai will provide two ships with the other partners contributing one each. Rotation of this new service, which will start later this month, is: Port Kelang, Singapore, Tianjin, Qingdao, Ningbo, Singapore, Port Kelang...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Hapag-Lloyd, no Qatari worries?

    Implications of the sudden ban by Middle East states on doing business with Qatar could involve Hapag-Lloyd. Having just concluded its merger with UASC, the Hamburg-based carrier is now 14.4% owned by Qatar and 10.1% by Saudi Arabia. It will have come as a relief that no UASC owned/operated ships are registered in Qatar. The amalgamated carrier's first joint sailings under Hapag-Lloyd Bills of ...
  • DynaLiners Daily - A less rosy first quarter than thought

    CTS (Container Trades Statistics, basing its container statistics on carrier manifests data), has considerably adjusted its 1Q2017 trade figures. According to its latest assessment, global full TEU volumes climbed by just 2.4% year-on-year to 36.8 million TEU rather than the recently reported 10%. While the deviation for inter-continental volumes is limited, intra-regional volumes were downsiz...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Unifeeder starting a UK-Baltic link

    By the end of the month of June, Unifeeder will commence a new direct feeder service between the UK, Poland and Lithuania. The yet to be defined ship(s) are to call at: Immingham, Hull, Klaipeda, Gdynia and back to Immingham.
  • DynaLiners Daily - Qatar spat causing shipping problems

    Container services have been hit by a diplomatic dispute between seven Middle East states and Qatar. As a result, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have barred Qatari-owned or flagged vessels as a whole, and other ships calling any of Qatar's ports during the same voyage, from entering their ports. Two mainline container services will be affected, the Ocean Alliance's MEA2 and ...
  • DynaLiners Daily - DAL joins CMA CGM and Maersk Line

    7 June 2017 - Deutsche Afrika Linien (DAL) will charter space on the new Indian Sub Continent/Middle East-Indian Ocean Islands/South Africa Midas2/Protea service of CMA CGM (1 ship) and Maersk Line (2). It will replace a previous arrangement on the Danish carrier's Mesawa service, which has been merged with the Midas1 loop of CMA CGM and PIL. The rotation of the three 2,700 TEU (average) ships ...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Hyundai taking slots from THE Alliance

    Hyundai will hire space on the Far East-Indian Sub Continent-Arabian Gulf Express (AGX) service of THE Alliance (Hapag-Lloyd/UASC, "K" Line, MOL, NYK and Yang Ming). This operation's eight ships ranging between 6,000 TEU and 13,000 TEU call at: Ningbo, Busan, Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Shenzhen (Shekou), Singapore, Dubai, Dammam, Jubail, Khalifa, Port Kelang, Singapore, Ningbo and back to Busan.
  • DynaLiners Daily - Hyundai acquires a former Hanjin terminal

    Hyundai Merchant Marine has taken control of Berths 76, 77 and 78 (CT5) in Kaohsiung from failed Hanjin. The 940-metre quay-length facility has an annual handling capacity of 640,000 TEU. Hyundai also operates berths 118 and 119 (CT4) on the other side of the basin, which stretch along a quay line of 640 metres.
  • DynaLiners Daily - DP World to invest in FESCo?

    As reported, global terminal operator DP World and Russia's state-owned Direct Investment Fund are jointly negotiating with Summa Group on the acquisition of a minority stake in intermodal operator FESCo, in which Summa is currently the largest share holder. FESCo is the country's largest container carrier, stevedore and railway operator. Vladivostok-based FESCo is in a dire need of additional ...
  • DynaLiners Daily - Ocean Network Express is that a new Alliance?

    No, Ocean Network Express (ONE) is the, somewhat Alliance-like, name of the container liner joint venture of the three Japanese compatriots "K" Line, MOL and NYK. Their current fleet of 243 ships has a capacity of 1,442,000 TEU while the orderbook counts 20 units/311,000 TEU. All other things equal, ONE will be the fifth largest carrier after the delivery of their quite substantial orderbook. A...
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