Dynamar is proud to present its eleventh consecutive, annual, extensive specialist report: REEFER Analysis 2021 – Market Structure, Conventional, Containers For a taste of what is to come in the report, please see the below introduction.   After an eventful 2020, came a hectic 2021. The year 2020 started with the advent of the coronavirus. […]

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Fujian Haixia High-Speed Roll-on/off Passenger Ship Co Ltd has started a container service between the Chinese port of Pingtan, near Fuzhou, and the ports of Taipei and Taichung in Taiwan. It will be operated by a vessel of 375 TEU. In Pingtan, the ship will be handled at the new container terminal at Jinjingwan Wharf, […]

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Dynamar B.V. helps shipping companies steer the best course in business. Our services are always in demand, and we are looking for a talented Shipping Analyst to join our team as a:   Shipping Analyst   With offices in the Netherlands  (Amsterdam Area), China, Turkey and  presences in Romania and Great Britain, Dynamar is a leading independent provider of Business Information […]

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The Port of Duqm has ordered four Ship-to-Shore gantry cranes, suitable for remote control, plus twelve RTGs from Liebherr for its container terminal under development (DL 29/21). They will be able to handle the largest ships and be delivered in late 2022. The port company is also searching for a candidate for a 30-year concession […]

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Dublin Port Company announced that the construction of the EUR 400 million (USD 449 million) third and final masterplan phase, dubbed 3FM project, will start in 2026 and be completed somewhere between 2030 and 2035. It includes building a new container terminal with capacity for 612,000 TEU on the Poolbeg Peninsula, in front of the […]

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Picture  ©HLLA Before the end of the year, HLLA and Eurogate may sign a Letter of Intent on cooperation, according to the CEO of HHLA (DL 23/20). The agreement would cover their German terminals in Hamburg, Bremerhaven and Wilhelmshaven, but exclude their foreign properties. HLLA thinks a partnership would not cause problems with competitive authorities, […]

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China Merchants Ports has opened a new container terminal in Mawan (location), one of the ports of Shenzhen, located along berths 3 and 4 and next to the Shekou Mawan Container Terminal. The highly automated facility stretches along a quay line of 840 metres and is equipped with eight StS cranes capable of handling the […]

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The year of 2020 proved to be one of the most volatile in history for maritime trade, with the reefer market being no exception and the large fluctuations, record highs as well as struggles persisting through 2021. Worldwide reefer trade continues to grow however, and against a backdrop of container shortages, port congestion and the […]

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Yilport Gävle has received three new Ship-to-Shore gantry cranes from Paceco for its terminal in Sweden. They are part of an expansion project that will see an extra quay line of 360 metres and capacity doubled to 300,000 TEU. When completed, the facility will offer two separate berths with a combined length of 688 metres, […]

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Tianjin has opened the new Shenghua International Container Terminal (location), which will be operated by a joint venture of Tianjin Port Co (60%), Grand Asia International Shipping and Terminal Link (CMA CGM/China Merchants). It offers a quay line of 1,100 metres (3 berths) equipped with ten StS Cranes and provides capacity for 2.5 million TEU. […]

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