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Bericht door Joost.R » 18 mar 2016 17:24

Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines IRISL resumes its container liner service to Northern Europe

With the call by the container ship Azargoun in Hamburg on 17th March 2016, IRISL – Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines – is reopening its regular liner service European Container Line (ECL) between Northern Europe and ports in the Persian Gulf following its closure in mid-2010 on account of sanctions.
The new service will be operating with 2,500teu containerships, calling at Hamburg and Antwerp, along with Genoa, Istanbul, Port Said and Bandar Abbas. The Azargoun is 207 metres long and 29.8 metres wide and was built for IRISL at what was then the Aker MTW shipyard in Wismar in 2003.
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In addition, the SEVGI will be resuming the conventional liner service with multi-purpose tonnage between Northern Europe and the Persian Gulf. IRISL’s liner services will be represented in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands by the firm currently being jointly set up by Peter W Lampke & Co KG (PWL) and IRISL (Europe), namely IRISL Agency (North), based in Hamburg and with branches in Antwerp and Rotterdam.

Since the restricted opportunities for trading of recent years have generated immense pent-up demand for investment goods for the oil, automotive, chemical and energy sectors, German industrial companies, especially, anticipate an early revival in business activity. Germany is traditionally Iran’s largest trading partner in the West. Hamburg, in particular, where so many Iranians have settled and set up businesses, has for generations maintained very close and friendly relations with firms and state organizations in Iran. Prior to sanctions, the main imports via Hamburg were barley, potash fertilizers, feedstuffs and machinery. As exports from Iran, fresh and tinned fruit, yarns, other textiles, rubber and vegetables topped the list in the Port of Hamburg.

Thanks to significant quantities of natural resources – mainly oil, gas and ores – as well as an oil processing industry much expanded in recent years, Iran possesses a powerful economy. With capital that has so far been frozen on account of sanctions, this will ensure a steep revival in efforts by Iranian firms to import. Official visits by German companies and public sector delegations confirm the intense interest in expanding commercial relations with Germany. For several decades, IRISL has operated regular services with containerships and conventional tonnage. The company owns 170 vessels. In its East Asia service, for instance, IRISL deploys ships with a capacity of 6,500teu. Additional liner services to SE Asia are run with 2,200 to 2,500teu ships. IRISL also runs container services from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean as well as East Africa.

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Bericht door Joost.R » 18 mar 2016 17:27

CMA CGM launches new WEMED service dedicated to intra Mediterranean trades

• CMA CGM strengthens its historical presence on the Mediterranean market by connecting France, Spain, Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt, Malta and Algeria direct
• CMA CGM offers a direct connection between East Med and West Med
CMA CGM, a leading worldwide shipping Group, announced yesterday the launch of the first Group’s service dedicated to intra Mediterranean trades.
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The WEMED service (West Med – East Med) was launched on March 11th 2016 and offers the Group’s clients direct transport solutions to Eastern Mediterranean countries (France, Spain, Algeria) an Western Mediterranean countries (Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt).

The WEMED line is the first and only CMA CGM service to be fully dedicated to Mediterranean countries. It directly links Eastern Mediterranean countries (France, Spain, Algeria) to Western Mediterranean countries (Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt) via Malta, a CMA CGM major hub offering transshipment connections towards worldwide markets.
This new service answers the area’s growing commercial exchanges – Turkey being a major economic partner for Mediterranean countries – and strengthens CMA CGM presence on its traditional market.
The WEMED line offer strong performances for East Mediterranean countries:
•Transit times offered from Southern Europe to East Mediterranean Sea are among the best on the market: Turkey is linked in 7 days from Valencia, and 9 days from Marseille.
•The WEMED line offers the only direct and weekly connection from Mersin, Istanbul, Beirut and Alexandria to Algiers.
Four 1,200 to 1,700 TEU-capacity vessels will be deployed on this new line. The rotation will be as follow: Marseille, Barcelona, Valencia, Malta, Mersin, Iskenderun, Beirut, Alexandria, Malta, Algiers and Marseille.
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Bericht door Joost.R » 30 mar 2016 18:20

Asia-Europe container rates down 80%

Spot rates for containers shipped by sea from Asia to Europe continue to decline on the slow pace of the European economic recovery and the sluggish flow of exported industrial products from Asia.
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The fee per 20-foot container has ranged between $200 and $250 since late February — 80% cheaper than the recent peak in late December and well below the rate of $1,400 to $1,500 thought to be the break-even line for the shipping industry.

Shipping companies are negotiating fiscal 2016 contracts with major cargo owners, and falling spot rates are one factor dragging contract prices lower.

The equivalent of 1.37 million 20-foot containers was shipped in January, down 1.8% on the year, according to the Japan Maritime Center. Cargo volumes topped those of a year earlier for the first time in 10 months this past December but promptly began declining again.

Terrorist attacks in Europe have hurt the region’s tourism industry. “If this effect ripples over to consumer spending, it could have an impact on container shipping volumes,” warns Yasumi Kudo, president of the Japanese Shipowners’ Association.

Source: Nikkei
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Bericht door Joost.R » 05 apr 2016 14:23

UASC continues to grow in South America

A new joint venture agency in Uruguay and official representation in Intermodal South America 2016.

United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) announced today the opening of a new joint-venture agency in Uruguay and participation in this year’s Intermodal South America exhibition, opening today in São Paulo and running until 7th April. These initiatives are part of the carrier’s ambitious growth plans and customer-focused strategy, and highlight the importance of the South American market for UASC.
Following several initiatives including significant investment in new reefer units and a cooperation agreement with Hamburg Süd opening up new services to East Coast South America, UASC aims to highlight its expanded service during Intermodal South America 2016, the international exhibition for logistics, cargo transportation and international trade.
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Uffe Østergaard, Chief Commercial Officer at UASC said, “UASC has expanded its presence in South America in 2015, now serving all major ports along the Brazilian East Coast and the River Plate on a weekly basis and providing customers with access to an enhanced product offering,connecting the South American markets with Asia, Indian sub-continent, Red Sea, Middle East,North Europe and Mediterranean.”

“The enhanced service coverage enables us to cater effectively for many of the key companies in different industries in South America”, Mr. Østergaard added.

“South America is a key market for UASC and as part of our ambitious growth plans, new agencies will be inaugurated soon in Brazil and Argentina in addition to the newly opened agency in Uruguay; these developments mark the next stage of our evolution in South America and gives a flavor of our longer term aspirations”.

“Providing the highest quality of service excellence and reliability standards is our philosophy in doing business, UASC’s participation in Intermodal South America 2016 and the opening of new agencies will allow us to be closer to our customers and maintain ongoing dialogue with them on the ground to explore further enhancements to our services”.

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Bericht door Joost.R » 06 apr 2016 19:54

Drewry: Container Shipping Approaching Crucial Trigger Point in 2016

Further expected container shipping liner losses throughout the first half of 2016, exacerbated by the awful prevailing spot and contract freight rates will lead to a major trigger point at some stage later this year. This will happen either through radical capacity management at the trade route level and/or a much more sensible and logical approach to commercial pricing, according to the latest Container Forecaster report published by global shipping consultancy Drewry.

Global rate levels are no longer sustainable and with the lines’ GRI mechanism soon to be defunct on European trades due to new EU regulations that are about to be implemented, carriers will need to find new tools.
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Drewry estimates that global freight rates will deteriorate further this year while at the same time carriers will no longer be able to reduce costs at the same pace, given that the main advantages of lower fuel prices have already been realised.

At the moment, ocean carriers continue to cling to the vain belief that the lower slot costs of the 14,000 teu and 18,000 teu vessels will bring them success. However, Drewry’s contention after a recent study is that the hoped for economies of scale are much reduced after vessels of this size are deployed.

The three months grace just given to beleaguered HMM does nothing to dispel the myth that ocean carriers are made of bullet proof material. Asking shipowners to bail them out by drastically cutting charter rates is a sign of the times. Having focused on the cost side for so long, it is vital that carriers turn themselves to the revenue side of the equation if shippers are to have a sustainable container industry.

Some 66 void sailings in February in the major east-west trades did nothing to prop up freight rates. A global idle fleet that hit one million teu (5%) by March also seemed to do little to sentiment. Drewry even heard anecdotally that spot rate levels from Asia to the West Mediterranean reached as low as $5 per 40ft.

While global handling growth is forecast to reach an estimated 2.1% in 2016 and this is by no means back in 2009 negative territory, the industry could get very ugly by the second half of this year if current commercial trends continue. Drewry believes a trigger point will be reached when more radical action on the capacity front will have to take place.

Neil Dekker, Drewry’s director of container research added: “This inflection point will only deliver any kind of market stability if carriers start to use their in-house rate profitability models and offer commercially sustainable freight rates. Ocean carriers should be looking at revenue per teu rather than industry load factors. In a world where overcapacity is a given on every trade, headhaul load factors of, for example, 85% need not be considered a disaster by any means. With 2.6 million teu of new capacity to be delivered by the end of 2017 this kind of load factor and potentially even lower is the new reality, so get used to it.”

Source: Drewry
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Bericht door Joost.R » 06 apr 2016 19:57

Suez Canal in 30% rebate US East Coast - Asia bound containerships

The Suez Canal Authority is offering a 30% rebate for containerships transiting canal from US East Coast ports and destined for Asia.
The rebate applies to vessels sailing from New York and ports to the south of it on the US East Coast and then calling in Asia at Port Klang, Malaysia and ports eastwards according to Alphaliner’s weekly newsletter.

The rebate applies to vessels leaving New York after 7 March and is initially valid for 90 days. The rebate is aimed at recapturing traffic from the US East Coast to Asia that has opted sail via the Cape of Good Hope on the backhaul even though the distance is 12,412 nm compared to 10,117 nm via the Suez Canal given lower bunker prices and avoiding paying the canal tolls.

“The longer sailing distance is compensated by slightly higher speeds so that the rotation durations are not much affected. The detour is a viable option on the backhaul legs which are less transit time sensitive than headhaul legs,” Alphaliner noted.

The analyst said that six out nine Asia – US East Coast services had been returning to Asia via the Cape of Good Hope since late 2015.

Source: Seatrade Maritime
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Bericht door Joost.R » 08 apr 2016 16:38

BNCT is Evergreen’s New Home in Busan’s New Port

With the maiden call of container ship EVER UTILE on Tuesday, 05 April, Busan New Container Terminal (BNCT) becomes Evergreen’s new home in Busan’s New Port.
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This call is part of Evergreen’s two 5,600 TEU vessel deployment on their new BEX2 service which joins the existing PHEX Ocean 3 Alliance service with CMA CGM, COSCOCS and UASC connecting Asia to Rijeka, Koper, Venice, Trieste, Malta and Jeddah ports by calling Shangai, Ningbo, Busan, Chiwan, Tanjung Pelepas and Port Kelang.

John Elliott, CEO of BNCT commented: “We are thankful for EVERGREEN’s confidence in BNCT’s ability to improve their offering in this market. We are confident that we can deliver and grow their business by providing world class service, flexibility and expanding capacity for many years to come”

BNCT’s recently completed expansion in 2015 added 700,000 TEU capacity and a 16,000 TEU empty storage area for a new total handling capacity of 2.5 million TEU with further expansion possible up to 3.5 million TEU in the future. BNCT is the only terminal able to construct additional capacity in New Port until 2020.
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Bericht door Joost.R » 15 apr 2016 14:05

WAN HAI Lines to launch China-Manila-Thailand Service

Wan Hai Lines will expand further on its present intensive intra-Asia network by launching a China-Manila-Thailand Service (CMT) with its maiden voyage on 26th April, 2016, starting from Ningbo.
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The joint venture service will turn in 21 days with three vessels of 700 TEU type. WHL will operate 2 vessels and IAL 1 vessel. The service will call at Ningbo–Shanghai–Manila –Bangkok–Laem Chabang–Ho Chih Ming–Ningbo.

The launch of CMT service will enhance direct connections between China and ASEAN countries and among ASEAN countries.

Source: WAN HAI Lines
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Bericht door Joost.R » 05 jul 2016 22:25

Maersk May Swallow Hyundai Merchant

Business Korea reports that rumours are now rife in the container business world that Maersk could swoop on Hyundai Merchant Marine and subsume its activities into their own business.
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The report says that recent moves by Hyundai Merchant Marine to join the 2M alliance led by Maersk and MSC, it is predicted that the Korean company will be taken over by Maersk 'if it ever gets on its feet again'
Even though it is still a prediction, if the prediction becomes a reality, it is highly likely that the sell-off of Hyundai Merchant Marine will receive strong backlash with a mounting criticism that the government sold a major national flag carrier for a giveaway price.

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According to the shipping industry and creditors, a prediction is spreading that Maersk will discuss ways to buy equities in the Korean shipping company with the Korean government and the Korea Development Bank after its normalization.
“If the price is right, there is no reason for not selling Hyundai Merchant Marine to Maersk,” a government official said.

The takeover rumor surfaced as Hyundai Merchant Marine announced that they were negotiating over joining the 2M on June 23.
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Bericht door peelander » 06 jul 2016 10:24

J.L. zondag 3 juli, terwijl we op het Kalootstrand bij de kerncentrale, met twee kleinzoons haaientanden aan het zoeken waren, kwam dit gedrocht op haar maidentrip naar Europa uit de Wielingen naar Antwerpen.
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MSC Jade, IMO:9762326
Length: 399.0m Beam: 59.0m
GRT: 193000
En van Vesseltracker komt onderstaande tekst:
Recent News Record-Breaking MAN B&W Engine Debuts Aboard Ultra-Large Containership
MAN Diesel & Turbo has announced that its largest and most powerful engine to date has entered into service aboard the new 19,437 TEU MSC Jade. The engine is an MAN B&W 11G95ME-C9.5 two-stroke engine rated at 75,570 kW (103,000 horsepower). The MSC Jade also features four MAN L32/40 auxiliary engines with a single MAN turbocharger. The 11G95ME-C9.5 engine during shop tests in Korea in October 2015. Photo Courtesy Doosan The 11G95ME-C9.5 engine during shop tests in Korea in October 2015. Photo Courtesy Doosan The ultra large containership is operated by Mediterranean Shipping Company and was delivered by DSME in late May. The engine was built by Doosan Engine in South Korea. The engine is the first in a series of six ordered by MSC, with a second sister vessel scheduled currently for sea trials. Two other vessels are also completing construction at rival shipyard Samsung Heavy Industries and due for sea trials in June. https://gcaptain.com/record-breaking-ma ... s-service/ (9 days ago, by arnekiel )

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Bericht door NicoRos » 07 sep 2016 17:06

Met deze gigantische schepen vor 20.000 teu , is het slechts wachten tot er klappen gaan vallen. Het eerste slachtoffer is het Koreaanse Hanjin.
Wie volgt ?? Hyundai, Moller/Maersk en een paar anderen houden opgelucht hun adem in.

Een dergelijke slachtpartij in de tankerwereld ligt nog vers in het geheugen.

De conglomeraten in de cruisevaart wacht mogelijk hetzelfde lot.

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Bericht door Erikdepooter » 15 sep 2016 14:40

Tja, wat is groot?
Deze zijn 1 en 3 TEU groot. Maar als ik er met mijn kano naast lig zijn ze nog best wel groot.
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Bericht door Joost.R » 29 sep 2016 17:13

Mega Container ship MSC Eloane delivered

Wednesday, (September 28, 2016) Ocean Yield ASA took the delivery of the 19,500 TEU container vessel MSC Eloane from Samsung Heavy Industries, Korea.
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Container ship MSC Eloane under construction at Samsung shipyard in Geoje City, Korea; June 2016 - Image: lappino / Shipspotting

After being delivered from the shipyard, the vessel commenced a 15 years bareboat charter to a major European container line.

This is the third vessel to be delivered in a series of six mega container vessels that Ocean Yield owns in a joint venture with Quantum Pacific Shipping.

Source: Ocean Yield
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Bericht door Joost.R » 13 nov 2016 21:56

Maersk’s latest EEEs larger than reported at more than 20,000 teu each

“The only way to tell the real capacity of a Maersk ship is to count the boxes on their Christmas cards.” So said a sage shipping correspondent more than a decade ago – and the same rings true today with news emerging that the latest series of light blue hulled mega boxships under construction in South Korea are record breakers, in excess of 20,000 teu each.

Alphaliner is reporting Maersk Line’s second generation EEE class vessels, currently under construction at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), look set to become the first boxships that will break the 20,000 teu barrier.

The 11 giant ships will deliver between April next year and May 2018 and contain what Alphaliner describes as “extensive modifications” compared to the original groundbreaking EEE ships DSME delivered between 2013 and 2015.

Maersk had originally claimed the new series had a capacity of 19,630 teu. ‘t now looks as if the ships could actually have a notably higher capacity,” Alphaliner said in a weekly report.

Work has progressed significantly on the first ship – the Maersk Madrid – and among changes noted by Alphaliner is the decision by the Danish owner to move the ship’s bridge two bays further forward, while the engine room and funnels have been shifted one bay aft.

“This will not only increase teu intake under deck but also on deck, due to the revised IMO visibility line,” Alphaliner noted.

Moreover, the new series contain a deeper hull that the earlier versions, able to carry 12, not 11, tiers of containers under deck.

Part of the deeper hull also goes to a scantling draft increase of about 50 cm, which will raise the corresponding deadweight from 194,500 to 206,000 dwt. Higher lashing bridges will allow to load one additional tier of on deck containers, now 12, albeit Alphaliner suggests these will likely be limited to empties and lightweight boxes.

Also of interest compared to the first series of EEEs, the latest set of ships have two main engines with seven rather than eight cylinders.

Both MOL and OOCL are also set to receive 20,000+ teu ships next year from another Korean yard, Samsung Heavy Industries.

Maersk Line has a world leading 15.7% market share of the global liner market with 3.25m slots, according to the latest statistics from Alphaliner.

MSC, in second spot, currently has the world’s largest boxships – a quartet of 19,224 teu ships delivered last year from DSME.

Maersk Line officials declined to confirm the Alphaliner findings.

Source: SPLASH24/7
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Re: Grote Containerschepen

Bericht door Erikdepooter » 21 nov 2016 11:01

Deze is wél groot.
Gespot vanuit de 6e verdieping van het Deltahotel Vlaardingen: Een nachtje in de captainslodge, die ik de shipspotters echt kan aanraden: Over het water hangend, met met ramen van 41/2 meter hoog; liggend op bed met de gordijnen open, je waant je haast in een soort aquarium!

Deze "Lavras" is dus minstens 2x zo hoog als het hotel! Opvallend zijn de drie dekken onder de kapiteinshut, geen raam te bekennen. Waarschijnlijk alleen loze ruimte??
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Bericht door Joost.R » 16 feb 2017 23:48

From Shanghai to Rotterdam in 25 days with new 2M service

This April, the 2M container shipping alliance (formed by Maersk Line and Mediterranean Shipping Company) will be launching a new, rapid transport service between Asia and Europe. With Rotterdam as its European ‘first port of call’, the schedule shortens shipping times between Shanghai and Rotterdam by three days, to a total of 25.
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After calling on Rotterdam, the 2M vessels move on to Hamburg, Bremerhaven, Wilhelmshaven, Felixstowe, Antwerp and Le Havre. They then go east, calling on Tangiers (Morocco), Salalah (Oman) and Jebel Ali (Dubai). The scheduled service, which has been named ‘AE7’, then proceeds to the Chinese ports of Ningbo and Shanghai, via Tanjung Pelepas in Malaysia.

A previous revision in mid-2016 already substantially improved Rotterdam’s position along the routes of the Danish-Swiss alliance. This new schedule is even more encouraging for the ‘City on the Maas’. The port of Rotterdam also occupies a prominent spot in the schedules of THE Alliance and Ocean Alliance, which were both announced in late 2016.

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