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ALLIANCES OF “THE”, “OCEAN” & “2M+HMM” CHOOSE TCIT FOR DEPLOYING THEIR NEW SERVICES IN 2017
Friday, 12 May 2017 01:57

ALLIANCES OF “THE”, “OCEAN” & “2M+HMM” CHOOSE TCIT FOR DEPLOYING THEIR NEW SERVICES IN 2017

 TCIT SỰ LỰA CHỌN HOÀN HẢO CỦA CÁC LIÊN MINH “THE”, “OCEAN” & “2M+HMM” TRONG NĂM 2017

From April 2017, the former shipping alliances including G6, OCEAN 3 and CKYHE have officially reconstructed into 3 new alliances: THE, OCEAN and 2M + HMM. This launches have been recognized as one of the biggest changes in maritime industry in the past 5 years. Due to the reconstruction, port operators all over the world have to face big challenges in both maintaining their existing customers and attracting new ones.

Facing upcoming challenges, Tan Cang – Cai Mep International Terminal (TCIT for short) has always proven its leading position by being one of the top terminals – also the biggest transshipment hub Vietnam with new services of new alliances deployed in the beginning of April 2017.

Major service lanes calling TCIT in 2017:

No.

Rotation

Name of service

Operator

1

Viet Nam – Europe

FE5

THE

2

Viet Nam – Canada

PN2

THE

3

Viet Nam – West Coast

PS3

THE

4

Viet Nam – East Coast

EC4

THE

5

Viet Nam – East Coast

EC5

THE

6

Viet Nam – Canada

PNW2

OA

7

Viet Nam – Long Beach

PVCS

OA

8

Viet Nam – West Coast

PS2

HMM

9

Intra – Asia (Japan, Singapore, Pakistan…)

HSX

MOL, WHL

10

Intra – Asia (Thailand, Philippines)

MSS-E

MOL

11

Intra – Asia (Thailand, Philippines)

MSS-W

MOL

Note:

-       THE Alliance: MOL, K’Line, Yangming and Hapag – Lloyd

-       OCEAN Alliance: CMA – CGM, OOCL, COSCO and Evergreen

-       2M + HMM: Maersk, MSC and Hyundai

In the first quarter of 2017, while the former services still set sail, TCIT archived the total handling volume of 304,611 Teus, equivalent to25.4% higher than that of first quarter of 2016. Especially, data from March 2017 set a new record for TCIT with the highest monthly throughput of 119.637 Teus.

Currently, 11 out of 22 international container services at Cai Mep port complex are calling at TCIT. During 7 years of operation, TCIT has been holding its leading position in Cai Mep – Thi Vai area, also being the first runner-up in container throughput in Viet Nam. Year 2016 had marked a breakthrough of TCIT for hitting 1,000,000th TEU in a year, a historic milestone since its opening. Highly trusted by new shipping alliances, TCIT has totally expected the growth rate at 10-15% in 2017.

TCIT officially came into operations in January 2011 and has been highly invested with modern facilities and equipment including 03 berths of totaling 890 meters in length, 3 barge berths, 34 ha container yard with a capacity of nearly 30,000 TEUs, 09 quayside cranes with its outreach of 55 meters, 20 modern RTGs 6+1, 03 reach stackers and 56 tractors, TCIT can accommodate big-sized vessels up to 14,000 TEUs. Additionally, being a joint venture among Saigon Newport Corporation (SNP), Mitsui O.S.K Lines (M.O.L), Wanhai Lines (WHL) and Hanjin Transportation, TCIT has fully enjoyed great support from its partners such as volume, inonnovative technology, operational experiences and connecting network with all subsidiaries of SNP, which creates TCIT’s unique advantage.
Last Updated on Friday, 12 May 2017 02:00
 
Maersk now has World's Largest Boxship - the 20,568-TEU Madrid Maersk
Friday, 12 May 2017 01:27

COPENHAGEN: Maersk Line has taken delivery of the World's Largest Containership, dubbed the Madrid Maersk, surpassing the prior record set by MOL Triumph, which was delivered March 27.

While the MOL Triumph held the record for the largest boxship at 20,179 TEU, the Madrid Maersk now holds that record at 20,568 TEU.

A Maersk spokesperson said the company expects the Madrid Maersk to enter service in late April.

The vessel is the first of 11 EEE Mark II class boxships due for delivery from Daewoo Shipbuilding Marine Engineering (DSME) ordered at a total cost of US$1.8 billion in 2015. The last of the deliveries will be completed by mid-2018.

The second generation Triple-E vessels come with modifications that increase their nominal box intake by 12 per cent over the original 20 Triple-E's that were delivered from the same shipyard between 2013 and 2015.

However, both vessel models have the same 400-metre by 60-metre dimensions, and can stow 24 bays of containers in length and 23 rows of containers across deck.

However, with the new generation, the bridge has been moved two bays toward the bow, the engine room moved on bay aft, and smaller engines have been installed. The hull is deeper to accommodate one extra tier of containers in the holds and heightened lash bridges allow additional tiers of deck containers.

But just like the MOL Triumph, the Madrid Maersk's record will also be made null as the 21,200-TEU OOCL Hong Kong is set to be delivered from Samsung Heavy Industries in next few weeks.

Source: dailyshippingtimes
 
Slow progress, the navigable party dredging project will be withdraw
Thursday, 11 May 2017 01:09

In the near future, many projects of socialization of dredging navigational channels will be revoked license due to slow progress, not ensure the environmental factors as well as construction capacity.

Slow progress on many projects

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