RCL

Companies

Ranking Liners By Dividend: Yang Ming and OOIL top

The best yard stick, in our view, measuring management performance is the financial return generate over time. And the most direct financial return for shareholders is the dividend pay-out relative to a company's market value. Liners have been swimming in cash on extraordinary earnings since 2021. Reasonably, they also distributed dividend generously. Between 2021 and July 2022 end, a total of $38bn* of dividend paid while another $14bn have been committed to be paid in 2022 by the 16 shipping

Services

CNC, PIL and RCL to launch new new China-Korea-Thailand-Vietnam service

CNC, PIL and RCL will launch a new weekly service connecting Xingang, Dalian, Incheon, Qingdao, Shanghai, Laem Chabang, Ho Chi Minh City using four ships of 2,400-2,800 teu. The service will start at Xingang on 1 July with the 2,478 teu APL CAIRO.

Services

RCL to launch Malaysia-Indonesia 3 (RMI3)

RCL will launch a new RCL Malaysia-Indonesia 3 (RMI3) service from May 2022 to connect Surabaya, Singapore, Port Klang, Penang, Port Klang, Singapore, Surabaya. The service will deploy the 928 teu NITHI BHUM on 17 May 2022 and the 1,108 teu MITRA BHUM on 24 May 2022 on the new service that has a 14 day turnaround.

Services

IAL/PIL/RCL to launch new China Vietnam India service

Interasia Lines, Pacific International Lines and Regional Container Lines will jointly launch a new China India service in April. The service is branded by the respective partners as the China-Saigon-India/China Vietnam India/RCL Far East Madras 2 (CSI/CVI/RFM2). The service will call at Ningbo, Shanghai, Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore, Chennai, Visakhapatnam, Port Klang, Ho Chi Minh City, Ningbo using 4 ships of 1,7000-2,400 teu of which PIL will contribute 2 ships while IAL and RCL will provide

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