Category Archives: Maritime

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‘Cooperation’ to ‘Collaboration’ in Container Liner business.

Under the liner shipping environment which is being challenged from various aspects internally and externally, it is imperative to have cooperation with partner lines. If considering the principle of service network which is comprised of physical ships and networks connected to the port calls, it is evident that more flexibilities are coming from available assets… Read More »

How are Container Liners Communicating each other​?

Communication is a fundamental element when keeping cooperation between container liners as various data have to be exchanged between carriers. (Please refer to the article ‘Cooperation’ to ‘Collaboration’ in Container Liners Business for details) It is related not only whether each carrier has EDI capabilities but also being affected by the structure of partnerships which keeps evolving… Read More »

Values in ALLEGRO, all about the Liner Shipping (3)

It is continued post from posting ‘Values in ALLEGRO, all about the Liner Shipping (2)’ The 7th core value in ALLEGRO is about network  control which is getting more important even in  accordance with the extended cooperation with partner lines, and diversified hub ports for efficient  operations. ALLEGRO’s service network management provides maximum combination of service… Read More »

Values in ALLEGRO, all about the Liner Shipping (2)

It is continued post from posting ‘Values in ALLEGRO, all about the Liner Shipping (1)’ The 4th core value that ALLEGRO can provide is exception management which will be a key differentiate element in commoditized liner shipping industry. As ALLEGRO works under integrated and inter-linked business process, efficient handling exceptions are critical not only for… Read More »

Values in ALLEGRO, all about the Liner Shipping (1)

It is not a day one solution but based on 20 + Years of business experience in H-co, and stepping up through the projects 2013 Heung-A / 2014 Kambara + Camellia + NYK / 2015 PIL / 2016 JAPAN 3 J/V ONE, we made functionalities upgrade even more and those are proved under various real… Read More »

CyberLogitec’s new maritime IT solution ALLEGRO / CARA Roadshow in Shanghai

(CEO’s and IT managers from the local shipping companies participated the Roadshow are listening to the presentation) CyberLogitec’s new maritime IT solution ALLEGRO/CARA Roadshow in ShangHai 21 SEP 2017 – The maritime logistics IT solution provider CyberLogitec (CEO : J.R. Choi, http://www.cyberlogitec.com) held a Roadshow for its new solution ALLEGRO and CARA on September 21st… Read More »

New Policy for Dry Bulk Cargo for Major Ports from August 20

NEW DELHI – To increase efficiency of major ports, a new berthing policy for dry bulk cargo will be in place from August 20, the government said today. “Ministry of Shipping has formulated a new Berthing Policy for Dry Bulk Cargo for all major ports which will come into effect from August 20, 2016,” Ministry of… Read More »

Changing Alliances for Container Market

Changing Alliances for Container Market New Mergers in Shipping Companies CMA-CGM, world’s No.3 shipping company, has confirmed its decision to purchase APL while COSCO simultaneously enclosed deals to acquire CSCL’s container division. As of 2016, APL (G6) and CSCL (O3) will continue business under their respective alliances for the time being, but more changes are expected in 2017.-… Read More »

Removal of sanctions in Iran eases burden for Oil Tanker Market

Removal of sanctions eases burden for Oil Tanker Market Oil Tanker Market Iran’s efforts to grow oil exports are likely to increase seaborne trade volumes, offsetting some pressure on the oversupplied tanker market. – Mehdi Asali, OPEC’s Iranian Representative, said on Jan 16th that Iran is ready to boost crude oil production 500,000 barrels per… Read More »

Long-Term Transport Contracts Bring Benefits to Shippers, Too

Long-Term Transport Contracts Bring Benefits to Shippers, Too   BDI reached 498p, the lowest ever, on November 20th, and has since remained around 500-599p. Thanks to the continuing low freight rates due to an oversupply over an extended period, shippers are reaping benefits from lowered transport cost, whereas carriers have no choice but to operate… Read More »