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  • 11 December 2019

    DynaLiners Daily - Yet a bigger container ship!

    China State Shipbuilding Corp (CSSC) has presented a concept design for an LNG-powered container vessel of 25,600 TEU, which, if ever built, would be the biggest container ship (so far). It would be 432.5 metres long, 63. Metres wide and be equipped with 12 cargo holds. Its LNG fuel tanks would have capacity for 20,000 cubic metres. CSSC's Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding is also the builder of CMA... Read more

  • 10 December 2019

    DynaLiners Daily - Passing the farthes

    Wuhan Xingang Datong International Shipping has started a direct Sea-River service between the Yangtze River port of Wuhan and Japan (Osaka, Kobe and Nagoya). The service it is operated by two vessels of around 500 TEU each. For Wuhan, which is located around 900 kilometres inland, it is the first direct seagoing service. Before, cargo had to be transhipped via Shanghai. Up until now, Nanjing w... Read more

East & Southern Africa Container Trades (2019)

has just completed another well researched report on the worldwide container trades connecting with Africa. Building upon earlier editions published biennially since 2011, we present:

East & Southern Africa Container Trades (2019)

This is a trade with contrasts, incorporating, as it does, Southern Africa, East Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands. South Africa has struggled but 2017 suggested a return to growth. This should be the start of a trend extending for the next four to five years at least. Even better, whilst South(ern) Africa has been experiencing difficulties, for the most part, the Indian Ocean Islands and East Africa, especially, have been posting healthy (GDP) growth figures.

The result of all these developments is a slow but steady change in the economic balance of power away from Southern Africa towards East Africa. Same has even filtered down to container carryings with East Africa/Indian Ocean Islands seeing 28% of the total in 2013, rising to 37% in 2017. Going forward, trade lane volumes are set to continue growing at a compound annual rate of 5% from 2017 to 2022.

Read all these and many other developments in the 2019 edition of the East & Southern Africa Container Trades. Topics covered include:

  • Five deepsea trades lanes: carriers, trade patterns and TEU carryings
  • Eighteen vessel operating carriers: Profiles, services and capacity deployed
  • Twenty-one deepsea services: frequencies, port rotations and trade capacity
  • Twenty-one African ports (deepsea): 5-year throughputs and developments
  • Twenty-three African countries: Population, GDP and key commodities 

And much more

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