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X-Press Feeders orders six feeder vessels at Zhoushan Changhong

PostTime:2018-11-15 08:45:43 View:13

Singapore’s X-Press Feeders has approached China’s Zhoushan Changhong International Shipyard to build six new 2,700-teu feeder vessels. Each of the environmentally-friendly feeders, to be classed by DNV GL, will be capable of carrying 600 refrigerated containers. China State Shipbuilding Corporation’s (CSSC) 708th research institute Maric will design the vessels with a focus on energy efficiency and environmental friendliness. The hull of the vessels will be optimised to reduce bunker fuel consumption and the vessels will also satisfy the EEDI phase 3 requirements needed from 2025.

Ningbo Zhoushan Port Group joins IAPH

PostTime:2018-06-29 08:31:12 View:53

THE International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH) has considerably strengthened its membership base in China now that Ningbo Zhoushan Port Group, manager of the Ningbo and Zhoushan port complex, has decided to join the body. The group's decision was confirmed in the wake of the Maritime Silk Road Port International Cooperation Forum, which was held in Ningbo in mid-June, reported MarineLink of New York. IAPH president Santiago Garcia Mila met with Ningbo Zhoushan Port Group vice general manager Ni Chenggang at the forum to conclude the membership arrangement. "With the ever-growing impact of the Chinese Belt and Road strategy, we look forward to working together to boost trade and stimulate economic growth across Asia and beyond," said the IAPH president. Ningbo and Zhoushan represent the largest port complex in the world. In 2017 the port group handled a total cargo throughput of one billion tonnes. The port complex is part of the maritime Silk Road and has the largest deep-water facilities in China. The port's maritime connections increased substantially after China's Belt and Road initiative. In addition, the port has commenced sea-rail transport services with trains providing services to 30 cities in China as well as countries in central and northern Asia and eastern Europe. The container handling volume of its sea-rail transport is expected to surpass 400,000 TEU this year, a 60 per cent increase compared to 2017. Ningbo-Zhoushan handled 10 million TEU from countries along the Belt and Road in 2017, up 16 per cent compared to 2016.

MAN PrimeServ to have service workshop at Zhoushan Xinya Shipyard

PostTime:2017-12-11 09:30:47 View:162

MAN PrimeServ is have a service workshop in Zhoushan Xinya Shipyard. An agreement was signed between Jeffrey Ang, vice president, head of engine and marine systems Asia Pacific for MAN Diesel & Turbo, and Zhou Boting, vice general manager of Xinya, during Marintec China. Under the agreement Xinya will build a 560 sq m service workshop which is due to be completed in August 2018. From the workshop MAN PrimeServ will provide service for diesel engines, propellers and turbochargers in the new service workshop. “As MAN’s service brand, MAN PrimeServ is determined to become a preferred service provider,” said Ang at the signing ceremony. “With the establishment of the new service spot, we are closer to the customers, thus being able to provide more efficient and prompt service to the shipowners.” Xinya repairs 400 vessels annually.

Ningbo Zhoushan port's digital platform boosts sea-rail volumes 72pc

PostTime:2017-09-11 08:11:26 View:213

NINGBO Zhoushan Port saw its sea-railway intermodal volumes increase by 72 per cent over the first eight months of the year. The strong performance was in part due to the implementation of a digital platform that reveals real-time container information. Combined rail-sea freight volumes reached 25.4 million TEU over this period, while port authorities at the world's fourth busiest container port pursued platform integration, using advanced operational and management models to improve service efficiency. To do this it integrated an operations centre at port's railway station, or Beilun handling station, and brought sea and railway transport operations into the "paperless" era, reported London's Port Technology International. Cooperation among sea-rail transport businesses has been expanding to let the port take full advantage of land and sea port linkage for large customers, offer customised door to door logistics services, and speed up allocation of empty containers. Ningbo Zhoushan port said in May that it had extended a sea-railway intermodal transport line to the entire Jiangxi province. The port then implemented a digital service platform to reach new sea-railway intermodal markets from Jiangxi to Ningbo Zhoushan port.  It had used a sea-railway data-sharing platform integrated with NPRC-Jiangxi branch to allow for systematic interaction between ports, shipping companies and forwarders. Using this platform helped to regulate port operations, integrate customs clearance, lower logistics costs for customers and create favourable conditions for port sea-railway intermodal logistic channels, the port said.

Ningbo Zhoushan Port opens the 1st cross-border transport shipping route

PostTime:2017-06-07 08:24:04 View:186

 “Shunxing 6” ship, which is a container ship for cross-border transportation of domestic trade cargoes, docked at the No 6 berth of Zhenhai Port Area of Ningbo Zhoushan Port on May 25th. The ship was loaded with 106 containers (totally 2862 tons) of colloid corns. The cargoes were exited by a port in Huichun City of Yanbian Prefecture in Jilin Province, were delivered to Rajin Port in North Korea by land transport and then were shipped to Ningbo by maritime transport. This indicated that Ningbo Zhoushan Port has successfully opened the firstshipping route for cross-border transport of domestic trade containers. Domestic trade cargoes cross-border transport is a transport mode where domestic trade cargoes start shipment from a port in Chinese territory and are transported to another port in Chinese territory via overseas territory. Since Ningbo city convened the meeting for one-to-one support of counties (cities) in Yanbian prefecture, relevant person in charge of Zhenhai Port Stevedoring Branch (ZPSB) and Business Department of Ningbo Zhoushan Port Co., Ltd. rushed to Huichun city to connect the shipping route services and do all the preparatory works for the opening of the cross-border transport shipping route for domestic trade cargoes from Huichun to Ningbo.ZPSB focused on coals, timbers and grains, thoroughly exploited market, visited clients and helped Jingxin Grain Depot of Huichun Municipal Grain Bureau and a grain enterprise in Ningbo to reach grain purchase agreement. It’s expected that about 100,000 tons of colloid corns will be shipped to south by the shipping route annually. The opening of cross-border transport shipping route for domestic trade container from Huichun to Ningbo was a breakthrough for the one-on-one cooperation between Ningbo city and Yanbian city and shore up the weakness of Jinlin province where there is no seaport. The distance for the land transport of cargoes from Jilin province to Rajin Port is shortened by over 1000km compared to that from Jilin to Dalian Port. Thus, transport cost can be effective reduced and turnover time is shortened. In addition, the opening of the shipping route also enhanced Ningbo Zhoushan Port’s radiation scope and quality of the domestic trade shipping routes in North China, further improve the cargoes transport channel between north and south and enhance the positive economic interaction between Zhejiang province and the various regions in north China.

Ningbo-Zhoushan port Q1 box volumes up 9.1%

PostTime:2017-04-07 08:46:43 View:325

China’s Ningbo Zhoushan Port Group has updated that container handling volumes at Ningbo-Zhoushan port have risen over the first three months of this year compared to the year-ago level. Throughput during the first quarter was recorded at 6.2m teu, an increase of 9.1% compared to the same period of 2016, according to Shanghai-listed Ningbo Zhoushan Port Group. In March, the Chinese port moved 2.12m teu of containers, up 13.2% year-on-year. In 2016, Ningbo-Zhoushan port registered throughput of 23.3m teu, making it the world’s fourth busiest container port.

Ningbo-Zhoushan port Q1 box volume up 9pc to over 6m TEU

PostTime:2017-04-07 08:31:58 View:206

CONTAINER throughput at China's Ningbo-Zhoushan port was 6.2 million TEU during the first three months of the year, an increase of 9.1 per cent during the same period of 2016, according to Shanghai-listed Ningbo Zhoushan Port Group. In March, the Chinese port moved 2.12 million TEU, up 13.2 per cent year on year, the Seatrade Maritime News of Colchester, UK, reported. In 2016, Ningbo-Zhoushan port registered a throughput of 23.3 million TEU, making it the world's fourth busiest container port.

Ningbo-Zhoushan port records 23.3m teu of box throughput in 2016

PostTime:2017-01-05 14:59:19 View:313

China’s Ningbo-Zhoushan port is projected to handle container throughput of 23.3m teu in 2016, an increase of 5% compared to 2015, according to Ningbo Zhoushan Port Group. Box volumes for December 2016 were also posted at approximately 1.74m teu, up 12.7% year-on-year and tallying up the annual figure to 23.3m teu. Shanghai-listed Ningbo Zhoushan Port added that cargo throughput is estimated to grow by 3% year-on-year to 674.36m dwt for 2016. Ningbo port and Zhoushan port completed a merger in September 2015 and assumed the new identity named Ningbo Zhoushan Port Group. The container throughput of the ports are recorded under Ningbo-Zhoushan port, with Ningbo accounting for the majority of volumes.

Cosco Zhoushan yard agrees to defer delivery of bulk carrier by one year

PostTime:2016-12-16 08:09:19 View:196

China’s Cosco (Zhoushan) Shipyard has agreed to extend the delivery of a newbuilding bulk carrier by one year at the request of the European shipowner. The delivery date of the bulk carrier will be deferred from the second quarter of 2017 to the second quarter of 2018. “The extension was agreed upon at the request of the European shipowner and taking into account the current unfavaourable market conditions,” said Cosco Corporation (Singapore) Limited, parent of Cosco Shipyard Group which in turn owns the Zhoushan shipyard. “In view of the rescheduling and the uncertainty as to when the shipowners will take delivery of the bulk carrier, it is not possible to ascertain the financial impact of the agreement for rescheduling at this point in time,” Cosco Corp added.

CGM CGM orders four boxships from Cosco Zhoushan

PostTime:2016-06-02 08:49:39 View:230

CMA CGM has booked four boxship newbuildings at Cosco (Zhoushan) Shipyard. The pricing of the four 3,300 teu vessels was not revealed Singapore-listed Cosco Corp saying both sides had agreed to keep the price confidential. The boxship newbuilds are due to be delivered between end March and end August 2018.

Ningbo Zhoushan Port Tiaozhoumen Channel completes first trial voyage

PostTime:2016-05-12 08:07:51 View:289

At around 1:00pm on April 28th, “MOL Earnest” Vessel passed Tiaozhoumen Channel of Ningbo Zhoushan Port and successfully docked at No.1 berth of Meishan Port Area Container Terminal, indicating complete success of first trial voyage to Tiaozhoumen Channel of Ningbo Zhoushan Port, the company said in its press release. Tiaozhoumen Channel is located between Xiashi Island and Liuheng Island and is the 2nd largest maritime channel in the core port area of Ningbo Zhoushan Port. Built based on the standard for navigation of 15,000-dwt bulk cargo ships, the main channel has total length of around 22.5 nautical miles and navigation water depth of 17-20m. With the port’s rapid development in transport and production, the traffic pressure of Xiashimen Channel, which is the main channel of the core port area of Ningbo Zhoushan Port has been increased in recent years. In July 2010, Ningbo and Zhoushan city officially launched the construction of Tiaozhoumen Channel and completed construction in the following year. In Oct. 2014, Tiaozhoumen was officially approved and opened for operation and has been officially qualified for trial navigation recently. Prior to the trial navigation, the NGPC and Dalian Maritime University cooperated to carry out the project of “Research on Countermeasures for Pilotage Safety of Tiaozhoumen Channel”, collected relative data, made systematic research and investigation on the topography and hydrological characteristics and provided theoretical basis for pilot navigation. During pilotage navigation, the business department of group company, OPTB,NGPC,MICT and other units cooperated actively with each other to ensure successful completion of the pilot work.

Ningbo-Zhoushan port box throughput up 6.1% in 2015

PostTime:2016-01-19 08:16:25 View:302

China’s Ningbo-Zhoushan port has posted a 6.1% year-on-year increase in container throughput volumes for 2015, according to the latest figures released by the local authorities. Ningbo-Zhoushan port handled a total throughput of 20.62m teu in 2015, increasing by 6.1% compared to the volumes of 19.44m teu recorded in 2014. The Chinese port authority said Ningbo-Zhoushan port is ranked the world’s fourth busiest container port in 2015, after its volumes surpassed Hong Kong’s 2015 volumes at 20.11m teu. Over the past five years, investments of over RMB420bn ($64bn) have been made to upgrade and further develop the Chinese port, including the construction of iron ore berths that can accommodate the 400,000 dwt valemaxes. In the next five years, the port authority has committed to increase throughput capacity at the port for it to be able to handle up to 32m teu annually. Ningbo port and Zhoushan port have completed a merger in September last year and assumed a new entity named Ningbo Zhoushan Port Group. The container throughput of the ports are recorded under Ningbo-Zhoushan port, with Ningbo accounting for the majority of volumes.