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AV+ saves energy up to 25pc
18 Mayıs 2013 Cumartesi 14:59
MAERSK Container Industry (MCI) says its automatic ventilation system AV+ can save cargo owners and shippers up to 25 per cent in energy costs in refrigerated containers.
Owners face hard times
CONTAINER shipowners are said to be in for one of the toughest years on record as vessel values continue to fall.
Container weigh-in obligations
THE European Shippers' Council (ESC) has praised the Dutch government for abandoning its position on mandatory weighing of containers before loading on ships.
CMA CGM implements new policy
FRENCH shipping line, CMA CGM, has reaffirmed its long-standing commitment to protecting the environment, saying its largest and most environmentally-friendly ship in its fleet.
CGT Presents New SeaCell
A revolutionary new container design is set to change the economics of shipping palletised cargo, allowing cargo owners and consolidators to increase significantly the volume of cargo shipped at any time.
Biggest box maker seeks
SHENZHEN'S China International Marine Containers (CIMC), the world's biggest container maker, hopes to raise $600 million in 3-year notes on the US debt market to restructure its own debt load.
Safety groups urge upgrade
THREE promoters of safer cargo handling, the Port Equipment Manufacturers Association, TT Club and ICHCA International, have published recommendations on upgrading container yard equipment safety.
Containership capacity squeeze
CONTAINER shipping companies potentially face a shortage of small- and medium-sized ships in future despite the glut of newbuild ordering in the mega-sized range, warns Clarksons in its latest Container Intelligence Monthly report.
Maersk Line Reaches Milestone
15 November marked a significant milestone in the history of Maersk Line in North China, as the carrier was the first ever to reach a throughput of one million TEU in the Port of Qingdao in a single year.
Xiamen port sees rise
The Port of Xiamen saw container volume rise 10.7% in the first nine months of the year to 5.1m teu, while overall cargo went up 7.4% to 126m tonnes.
Hong Kong box numbers down
Hong Kong's container throughput continued sliding in October, with overall volumes falling 9.9% to 1.9m teu from 2.1m teu in October 2011.
Container handling soars
CHINA's annual throughput for domestic containerised sea freight grew from five million TEU in 2001 to 52.53 million TEU in 2011, accounting for 32 per cent of the total container handling.
Global capacity withdrawal
GLOBAL container capacity fell slightly during the third quarter, showing the deepest drop eastbound from Europe to Asia at 3.8 per cent to 337,946 TEU while westbound fared better at 1.6 per cent decline to 98,774 TEU.
Must focus on efficiency
SINGAPORE's Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) chairman Kwa Chong Seng told the Singapore International Bunkering Conference that cost control rather than growth must be the focus of the container shipping industry in years to come.
Will work on 18,000-TEUers
CONTAINER stacking weights can be modified to allow the carriage of more cargo, and as much as 10 per cent weight could be added to the cargo transported aboard an 18,000-TEU ship, says Lloyd's Register marine director Tom Boardley.
Hıgh Investment Low Return
DANISH shipping giant Maersk Line is to reduce investment in reefer containers due to disappointing returns and high costs until 2013, despite growing demand from its dry container customers for perishable services.
Peak season hopes fade
WITH the approach of the weak summer season, the idle containership fleet rose to 446,200 TEU in early July with carriers redelivering surplus chartered ships while demand for big ships remained firm.
Shipping Sniffs Recovery
The global shipping market is entering a gradual recovery period from this year after hitting the bottom at the end of 2011, said an analyst with Woori Investment & Securities of South Korea.
Container rates back in the black
Container shipping freight rates are profitable again and could rise further if trade picks up over the summer, the head of A.P. Moller-Maersk, the Danish shipping and oil group, said on Thursday, Reuters reports.
Sales of refrigeration box units
MAERSK Container Industry (MCI), a member of the A.P. Moller-Maersk Group, has reached an important milestone after producing its 100,000th 'Star Cool' refrigeration container. Production takes place at factories in Qingdao, Dongguan and Huidong, China.
Drewry warns of container sector
An excess of capacity on key routes, as well as poor discipline from carriers means that container-shipping lines will not cover their cost of capital in 2011 and many will lose money once again, according to Drewry Maritime Research.
Overboard Container Losses
Box Volume Increases 47.7pc
South Korea Container Volumes
Self-Service Container Check-in
Sensitive Containers Increased
Deliveries set TEU capacity record
TCC expands current services
Container volume to increase
11,400TEU vessel christened
New Container Security Device
Next year may see a revival
Container volume goes up
Container traffic climbs up
Containers to be delivered soon
Strong rise in container traffic
Idle ship number goes higher
Surcharge for late containers
New LCL service by NYK Line
Cranes arrive the newest terminal
Capt. Tuncay Çehreli*
Jose Maura Barandiaran
Enhancing maritime safety and security
Shipyard can not be closed because of accident
The International Regime on Liability
Jose Maura Barandiaran
Seaman love depth horizons
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Urgent action still required
CONTINUING recession in Europe is badly timed for ocean carriers with deliveries of an armada of ultra large container vessels coming before the end of the year, says analysts at Drewry Maritime Research in London.
New Hydroplane Route
According to Melih Gökçek, metropolitan municipality mayor of Ankara, there will be a new flight route between Turkeys Metropol Istanbuls Golden Horn and Turkeys Capital Ankaras Golbasi.
New investors needed to help
THE collapse of the German KG ship financing system leaves a hole in the small box ship market, which needs to be filled, particularly as smaller vessels need to be more fuel efficient and eco-friendly, says Drewry Maritime Research.
Sefine Shipyard is Growing
Pirates' spokesman claimed
LNG carrier heads back to sea
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