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  • 16 January 2020

    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... Read more

Top 25 (2016) Container Liner Operators

Dynamar is pleased to present the 14th edition of its popular

Top 25 (2016) Container Liner Operators

Corporate and Trading Profiles

An exclusive insight into the world’s largest container shipping companies controlling a combined fleet of more than 3,750 vessels that can carry 18 million containers, equivalent to 61% of all ships and 87% of global capacity.

With the absorptions of APL into CMA CGM and China Shipping into Coscon since the 2015 edition, Arkas and Simatech come in as new members of the list. There are more changes to come with UASC most likely to be merged into Hapag-Lloyd, the conclusion of Hanjin’s bankruptcy protection process and Maersk taking over Hamburg Sud.

The background behind this period of rapid change is simple: money. Dynamar’s latest Top 25 study offers the most comprehensive overview of the financial results of the largest operators. For the first time, as a group, they posted a combined net loss in 2015, this running into hundreds of millions of dollars. Even worse will come: for the first nine months of 2016, the combined net result (of those available) has dropped by more than USD 13 billion!

The context to all these developments can be found in the profiles of the Top 25 carriers and their affiliates. When the current and future Alliances are added there are around 60 individual profiles in total. As well as covering the news and developments Dynamar delves into the characteristics, characters, history, personalities and strategies behind these, the world’s leading operators. The profiles are supported by an introduction summarising the Top 25 side-by-side, an overview of the East-West Alliances and more than 200 figures or tables.

Since 1981, Dynamar B.V. has provided Transport and Shipping Information and Consultancy services for the marine, energy and financial sectors. Dynamar B.V. is world's leading container-sector credit risk analyst and a major provider of analytical container shipping news and commentary of which the annual Top 25 Container Liner Operators report is just one example.

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