Hapag Lloyd reported 22Q2 results before market on Aug 11. Northing surprising for those following the Taiwanese liners top lines, Maersk and and ONE reports. Hapag Lloyd's earnings edged higher QoQ to have another all time high. 2022 guidance is being revised upward now that management expected 2022 $19.5bn EBIT (previously $17.5bn; 2021 $ 11.1bn). Highest analyst estimate in the capital is expecting Hapag Lloyd to double its EPS YoY this year. In the details, the sequential drop in bunker con
Maersk's 22Q2 results beat capital market's estimate by a large margin. Actual EPS was $464 comparing to the highest estimate of $405 (source: Refinitiv I/B/E/S). Liner segment was still the key driver where Liner EBIT up 21% QoQ, which may be ahead of the industry average in 22Q2 on Maersk's higher-than-peers contract mix. Contract rates outperformed the spot market in the past few months. Such trend may continue for the rest of this year as spot rates could be under further pressure on a pot
ONE reported a strong performance in the second quarter with net profit rising sequentially by 8% QoQ. Net profits have exceeded $5bn in the last 2 quarters. To put this amount in perspective, ONE's 3 parents reported in aggregate about $4.5bn of losses at the ordinary result level (similar to earnings before taxes) for their container liner activities between 2005 and 2019. ONE’s revenue yield i.e. revenue generated per teu slot operated have outperformed the CCFI while unit costs excluding bu
K&N reported CHF796mn net profit for 22Q2, up 78% YoY but down 4% QoQ, in line with the consensus estimates in the capital market. Seafreight segment contributed 55% of K&N's EBIT YTD, which was once the normal EBIT mix for K&N before 2015. K&N has more than doubled its dividend pay out during 22H1 to CHF1.2bn, comparing to 21H1's CHF0.5bn. Another CHF550mn were used in share buyback. Those distributions helped lower K&N's net cash position from CHF416mn at end of 2021 to CHF258mn at end of 22
The three main Japanese shipping companies i.e. K-Line, MOL and NYK, parent companies of Ocean Network Express ("ONE") revised up their FY2022 (Apr 2022-Mar 2023) earning guidance after market last Thursday (21 Jul), just 3 months after announcing such guidance in Apr 2022. The main change is to increase its FY2022 Ordinary Profit by JPY695bn or 38% comparing to its previous guidance. As a result, new profit guidance for FY2022 will be flat YoY. Previous guidance was 29% YoY lower. However,
OOIL's 22H1 revenue was $1.25bn bn higher than that in 21H2. Given the $1.25bn increase came mostly from HoH higher freight rates, most of such increase could show up in the net profit.
Taiwanese liners' May top line came out flat MoM, again reassuring that impacts during the Shanghai lockdown were minimal for the liners.
Transpacific spot freight rates have held their ground last week, with recent rate declines halted as the market prepares for a rebound from the extended lockdown in Shanghai.
De Well, the 10th largest NVOCC on the Transpacific trade has filed for an IPO in Hong Kong on 30 April. The listing timetable and proceeds to be raised were not disclosed, with Citi and CICC acting as joint sponsors. The IPO filing comes 8 months after the company sold a 29.5% stake to Cainiao...
Taiwanese liners' April top line came out as a positive surprise. The spot freight rates, as per SCFI, have fallen 7.5% MoM while Shanghai/Ningbo's combined port throughput was down 10% MoM in April. However, the Taiwanese liners' combined revenue ...