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SeaIntel: Vessel Utilisation, Freight Rates Drop in 4Q 2017

Vessel utilisation, rate levels decrease year-on-year on both Transpacific and Asia-Europe trades in 4Q.

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SeaIntel: Global Schedule Reliability Drops in 2017

Global schedule reliability deteriorated to 74.5% in 2017, dropping by 8.4 points from 82.9% in 2016.

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Maritime Technology Investments Nearing USD 1 Bn

Technology investments in the maritime industry are getting close to USD 1 billion.

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SeaIntel: More CNY Blank Sailings Needed in 2018

Planned capacity reductions in 2018 are not in line with the seasonality of the previous years, SeaIntel said.

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New Ships to Bring Network Changes to OCEAN Alliance

SeaIntel: Deliveries of ultra-large container ships in 2018 are to lead to a number of network changes in alliances.

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North America Trade Imbalance Erodes Round-Trip Rates

The increasing trade imbalance into North America undermines the round-trip rates for containers, SeaIntel said.

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SeaIntel: Transpacific Contract Rates to Rise by 30 Pct?

Container carriers will be looking at increasing the Transpacific contract rate levels towards 2018.

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SeaIntel: Carriers Deliver Marginal Financial Recovery in Q3

Although the third quarter of 2017 financially saw a significant improvement over the same quarter of 2016, the ...

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Low Vessel Utilisation Puts Pressure on Freight Rates

Decreased freight rates in the Transpacific Eastbound trades, which were hurt by low vessel utilization, ...

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SeaIntel: Container Shipping Industry Favours Tax Havens

Over the past 30 years, there has been a constant shift toward registering container carriers in countries dubbed ...

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OOCL Most Reliable Carrier in Q3

In the third quarter of 2017 Hong Kong-based container shipping company Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) was ...

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SeaIntel: Megaships Taking Over Asia-Europe Trade

With the current orderbook of 90 mega-vessels of more than 14,000 TEU to be delivered in the next three years, the ...

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SeaIntel: Capacity Not Shrinking in 4th Quarter?

The fourth quarter of 2017 is currently slated for massive overcapacity, contrary to expectations, as the ...

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SeaIntel: Reliable Carriers Are More Profitable

Schedule reliability for deep-sea carriers has positively impacted their financial results, according to ...

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Q2 Results Paint a Better Picture for Container Carriers

Now that the results for the second quarter of 2017 have settled in, it can be deduced that the container shipping ...

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Maersk Line's Schedule Reliability Takes a Nosedive in July

Danish container carrier Maersk Line, a long-term top-performer when it comes to global schedule reliability, fell ...

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Winner and Loser Ports of Reshuffled Asia-Europe Networks

The recent reshuffling of alliance networks on Asia-Europe trade, driven by carrier consolidation, has seen some ...

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Each Alliance Should Close a Service in Asia-Europe Trade

Each container carrier alliance will need to close one service in the Asia-Europe trade line so as to cut the ...

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Niche Carriers Offer Better Rewards, but with Higher Risks

Niche carriers have both outperformed and vastly underperformed the top 16 carriers, with a high degree of ...

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SeaIntel: Carriers to Pursue Increased Market Share?

The continuing delivery of containerships could affect the competitive dynamics, forcing some carriers to pursue ...

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Top Carriers More Reliable in Q2

Global schedule reliability improved 2.3 percentage points to 74.6% in the second quarter of 2017, from 72.3% in ...

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