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20 June 2017

Ho Chi Minh City Office - Telephone Area Code Update

Dear Valued Customer,

Please be informed that with effect from 17 June 2017, our office in Ho Chi Minh City have changed telephone

numbers following the decision of the Ministry of Information and Communications. 

Please see below our new telephone numbers. We appreciate if you could update these contact details accordingly.

Ho Chi Minh Office

 

Telephone

+84 28 35264344-35264347

 

Fax

+84 28 62905292


Thank you for your business and continued support.

Sincerely,

KHL LOGISTICS

 

 

PostHeaderIcon Asia-Mediterranean trade dropped

Asia-Mediterranean trade dropped 3.9 per cent to $949 per TEU, American Shipper reported.

Asia to the US west coast declined 7.9 per cent week over week to $1,432 per FEU while those to the east coast were off 5.3 per cent to $2,432 per FEU.

 

 

PostHeaderIcon SM Line Corporation snaps up box ship quintet from Hanjin Shipping

SM Line Corporation has acquired five 6,655 teu container ships that had been operated by Hanjin Shipping as it prepares to relaunch the liner's Asia-US and intra-Asia services.

SM Line Corporation has acquired Hanjin BremerhavenHanjin BudapestHanjin Port KelangHanjin Tianjin, and Hanjin Xiamen, according to shipbroking sources.

The vessels were built by Hyundai Heavy Industries in 2006 and were mortgaged to Hanjin Shipping’s banks when the liner collapsed.

SM Line Corporation has also purchased the 2009-built 4,253 teu Hammonia Pescara from Thomas Schulte Reederei and the 2007-built 1,118 teu Perla from Laeisz F Schiffahrts.

The company aims to launch its liner operations in April. It is in the process of securing P&I coverage for its vessels, according to sources.

South Korean daily Pulse has reported that SM Line Corporation could be prevented from starting operations in April by a lack of containers.

While SM Line Corporation reportedly considered taking over Hanjin Shipping’s containers, many have been seized by terminal operators over the line's alleged debts.

SM Line Corporation is now in discussions with container-leasing companies, according to a company official.

 

PostHeaderIcon HOLIDAY NOTICE

Dear Our Value Customers,

Please kindly be informed that our KHL LOGISTICS office will be closed on the following Holidays:

I- HUNG KING'S ANNIVERSARY

- ON APR.06, 2017 (THU).

II- LIBERATION DAY & INTERNATIONAL LABOR DAY

-FROM APR.29, 2017 (SAT) TO MAY.02, 2017 (TUE).

Yours Sincerely,

 

PostHeaderIcon New alliance networks - Ocean Alliance has most services

With the new alliance networks set to enter the stage on April 1, Drewry carried out a study to compare their respective port coverage, frequency and speed.

The alliances compared are the 2M alliance, comprised of Danish Maersk and Swiss Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), Ocean Alliance, made up of French CMA CGM, China's COSCO, Taiwanese Evergreen and Hong Kong's Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL), and THE Alliance, comprised of German Hapag-Lloyd, Taiwanese Yang Ming and three Japanese companies Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK Line) and K Line.

Ocean Alliance's status is primarily due to it having seven Asia-Middle East/Red Sea services, whereas THE Alliance has only one and 2M none. 2M also loses ground in the Asia-West Coast North America with only five services, compared to Ocean Alliance's 13 services and THE Alliance's 11, Drewry said.

The Ocean Alliance wins out with the most services in three of the seven trades and joint-most in two others along with 2M. THE Alliance has the most services in just the one trade - Transatlantic - and shares top billing in Med-North America with 2M.

With ship deployment details currently unknown, it does not necessarily follow that having the most services will equal the biggest market share on the trade. 2M's lack of numerical advantage in services will in many cases be compensated by operating larger ships, the consultancy further said.

Central China will have the most weekly departures from the Far East with 131, followed by 118 from the Hong Kong/Taiwan/South China region, 98 from North Asia and 70 from Southeast Asia, Drewry's data shows.

North Asia is where the biggest evidence of nationality-bias can be seen as the main customers for Japanese ports will be THE Alliance and its trio of Japanese members.

In the transshipment-heavy Southeast Asia region, Singapore is the clear winner with 35 outbound weekly calls.

In Europe, Rotterdam will be the busiest port in North Europe with a total of 21 inbound calls each week, followed by Antwerp (19). In France, Le Havre is the main port of call with 13 inbound voyages per week, while the Ocean Alliance is the only group to venture away with a single call at Dunkirk. Germany's calls will be split equally between Bremerhaven and Hamburg (13 each).

2M has the clear edge in Scandinavia/Baltic with calls at three ports, versus only one from Ocean and none by THE Alliance.

In the United Kingdom, Southampton leads the way with 10 inbound calls, closely followed by Felixstowe with 9. London Gateway gets its first deep-sea connections with the decision by THE Alliance to use it for two Asia-North Europe services and two Transatlantic loops.

2M has significantly more port calls in the West Mediterranean with 25 inbound calls, versus 19 from Ocean and 16 from THE Alliance. There will be a total of 42 inbound calls each week in the East Med/Adriatic, spread across 19 ports. Only a handful of ports will get more than two calls each week, with Piraeus being the busiest one with seven calls, according to Drewry.

The South Atlantic of the US will turn around the most alliance services with a total of 72 inbound and 70 outbound calls each week, more than double that of any other region in North America.

New York-New Jersey will be the main port for services into the North Atlantic, where 2M is conspicuously weaker than its rivals. Instead, 2M's focus appears to be in the US Gulf region with a total of 12 inbound calls, spread fairly even between the six regional ports. In contrast, the Ocean Alliance has nine weekly US Gulf calls while THE Alliance only has six.

2M also lags behind the other two alliances in the Pacific Southwest and Pacific Northwest. Its 5 PSW calls at Los Angeles-Long Beach and Oakland are well down on the 15 inbound PSW calls from Ocean and 17 from THE Alliance.

Similarly, 2M's four weekly PNW port calls are dwarfed by eight from THE Alliance and 11 from Ocean, Drewry said.

 
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