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New container terminal in the Caribbean Sea
Terminal completion will enable products to be shipped on transatlantic routes to Asian and European markets without transshipment.
1 billion dollars were spent on the project and was built on a 40-hectare artificial island. The terminal has more than 600-meter long pier and a container yard with the capacity to hold 26,000 TEUs.
The new terminal will attract a very high percentage of the ships that transit through the Panama Canal. The number of shipping routes that reach the APM Terminals Moín should be increased by 285 percent.
The six gantry cranes and the 29-yard cranes represent an investment of $ 110 million dollars of investments and will allow the terminal to continuously perform an average of 180 movements per hour for loading and unloading. These efficiency standards will significantly reduce ship maintenance times from 40 hours to just 15 hours.
Major Reform For K Line
Japan's K Line will undertake a major structural reform in order to increase its income from fiscal year 2019.
The company plans to cancel charter contracts worth around JPY 50 billion (USD 447 million) and reduce its market exposure. They plan to focus on 4 core branches: Dry Bulk, Car Carrier, Energy Resource Transport, and Logistics and Affiliated businesses.
K Line estimates that the reform will cost around JPY 65 billion plus another JPY 15 billion for the cancellation of charter contracts. These moves should better protect the company from market fluctuation.
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Diana Shipping Profitable Again
The company reported a net income of USD 2.9 million for the quarter ended December 31, 2018, whereas they lost USD 436.9 million in Q4 of 2017. Time charter revenues rose from USD 48.9 million to USD 62.9 million for the quarter and USD 161.9 million to USD 226.2 million for the year.
Also, the company has announced a tender offer to purchase about 5% of its outstanding common stock using cash and cash equivalents due to a favorable combination of Diana's cash situation and stock price.
Ocean maritime is getting “greener”?
Due to greenhouse effect, maritime industry is on the same way with the whole world to reduce pollution. Recently it was announced by Dutch shipowners and Netherlands ports of Amsterdam and Rotterdam that they have set a goal to launch methanol as alternative fuel used in maritime deliveries withing few years. European engineers along with shipbuilders and shipowners have made a consortium that has to develop equipment for such alternative fuel in the nearest future.
At the same time world largest shipping company Maersk continues its efforts in order to become carbon neutral company by 2050. Officials of Maersk announced that they have reached 47% reduction of CO2 emission by the end of 2018 since 2007, however the giant plans to achieve 60% level of CO2 by 2020.
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