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CMA CGM, COSCO and OOCL to launch 4th Northeast Asia-Australia loop

ANL/CMA CGM, COSCO and OOCL will launch a new A3 Express (A3X) service connecting Shanghai, Shekou, Brisbane and Sydney from 12 July 2022 (Launch date originally scheduled for 31 May 2022 but have been postponed). The new service will complement ANL/CMA CGM, COSCO and OOCL's existing services linking North East Asia with Australia’s east coast that is currently provided through the A3N, A3C and A3S services: A3N Rotation: Yokohama, Osaka, Busan, Qingdao, Shanghai, Kaohsiung, Melbourne, Sydney


Maersk 22Q1 above expectation

The 22Q1 results were near high end of consensus estimate. But broadly consistent with the results from other smaller liners e.g. sequentially higher earnings driven by higher freight rates despite of lower volume.


Matson 22Q1

Matson's 22Q1 operating income (aka operating profit) were up 250% YoY but down about 10%QoQ, first sequential drop since 20Q1. The sequential drop in profit was due to drop in volume, rise in bunker costs and lease expenses.


SITC 22Q1 top line up QoQ

SITC reported top line after Taiwanese and OOCL. SITC confirmed an industry pattern for 22Q1 that revenue was up sequentially driven by higher freight rates despite of weaker volume.


Market Pulse – 2022 Week 16

Register Free Trial [] MARKET BRIEF - 2022 WEEK 16 The outlook remains weak as long as the lockdowns at key Chinese cities remain in place, with concerns emerging that the Shanghai infection rate is worsening and could spread to Beijing. Port congestion at Chinese ports remain elevated with waiting times at Ningbo rising to up to 7 days but Shanghai wait times remain at less than 2 days as cargo volumes have been significantly curtailed.


Unifeeder launches Mozambique feeder connection

Unifeeder will launch a new feeder Mozambique India Middle East (MIM) service connecting Maputo in Mozambique to Jebel Ali and Mundra. The service will turn in 4 weeks, and will deploy 2 ships of 1,714 teu on a fortnightly frequency.  The service will start from 10 May 2022 from Jebel Ali with the 1,714 teu OCEANA and will be followed 2 weeks later by the 1,714 teu ORNELLA. So far, the service has attracted 2 slot takers, with ONE taking slots since 10 May while Hapag-Lloyd will start to take s


PIL launch Singapore Surabaya Express

PIL will launch a new Singapore Surabaya Express (SSE) shuttle service from 21 April 2022 connecting Singapore and Surabaya with the 1,802 teu KOTA NALURI. This service will be operated as part of a multi-carrier arrangement that shares slots on the Singapore-Surabaya route that also includes COSCO, Samudera and X-Press Feeders to offer 2-3 sailings per week on this route, using 3 other ships of 2,100 to 2,700 teu.


MSC launch new China-Bangladesh service

MSC will launch a new Bengal Service connecting South China and Bangladesh. The service will start on 27 April with the  1,732 teu MSC KYMEA from Hong Kong. The service calls at Hong Kong, Yantian, Shekou, Singapore, Tanjung Pelepas, Chittagong, Singapore, Tanjung Pelepas, Hong Kong and will deploy 4 ships of 1,600-2,000 teu. MSC Bengal Service port rotation


CMA CGM reinstates IO Feeder 3

CMA CGM will reinstate its Indian Ocean Feeder 3 (IO Feeder 3) service from June 2022. The service willl call at Point des Galets, Port Louis, Tamatave, Pointe des Galets, Longoni, Pointe des Galets. Indian Ocean Feeder 3 (IO Feeder 3) port rotation


Hapag-Lloyd shareholder pact extended to 2026

The shareholders agreement between CSAV, with Kühne Maritime and HGV Hamburger Gesellschaft fur Vermogens-und Beteiligungsmanagement (City of Hamburg has been extended from the end of 2024 to the end of December 2026. The agreement was first signed on 17 November 2014 for a term of 10 years, where the 3 parties agreed to retain their controlling shares in Hapag-Lloyd for 10 years (except for HGV who may release 50% of its shares after 5 years) and to pool their voting rights on all decisions re

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