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International Dry Bulk Shipping Trend in China’s Perspective

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China has gradually become a big energy and resource user in the global scale into the 20th century. China’s iron ore and coal imports are taking rapidly rising shares in global seaborne trade, with “China factors” getting predominant for determining the global dry bulk market. In recent years, the shipping industry has been suffering, and China’s dry bulk shipping market is also changing quietly. This article analyzes the changes of China factors and the resulting impact on the global shipping market from perspectives of industrial chain structures of various cargoes.

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This paper is extracted from the SRM’s 6th “Italian Maritime Economy” Report .


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Alliances and container shipping

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Global alliances have become a dominant feature of container shipping. They are cooperation agreements between container lines (carriers) on operational matters. Alliances usually consist of a series of agreements with global coverage on sharing vessels and slots on these vessels. The aim of such alliances is to achieve economies of scale and wider service coverage.
Whereas the early generations of global alliances that emerged in the mid-1990s pro-vided a vehicle for cooperation between smaller carriers, alliances are nowadays co-operation tools for the largest container lines: the three global alliances (2M, Ocean and THE Alliance) that are operational since April 2017 regroup the eight largest con-tainer carriers of the world.
The research is available only in the English version.

This paper is extracted from the SRM’s 6th “Italian Maritime Economy” Report .


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The World Shipping, by Confitarma

This short report – edited by Confitarma – describes the situation of the world and Italian maritime shipping in 2015. The analysis pays attention to the seaborne trade, the shipping and maritime markets.


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Vessel Sharing Agreement, Threat or Opportunity for Southern Italy Ports?

This report aims to analyze the influence of the so called “alliances” of container shipping companies, at global level, and their related impacts on the Italian port system and in particular on the maritime economy of the Mezzogiorno. In specific, the study will consider the full container liner services that have called the Italian ports before the entry into the scene of the two main alliances 2M and O3, on the global maritime market, and will be compared with the new services that are active from February 2015. These data allow to conduct a deep and structured study on a very timely topic: the adaptation of the physical and management structures of the Italian ports to the new types of ships. The so-called Vessel Sharing Agreements (VSA) have been and are still a strategic instrument adopted by major worldwide carriers in order to optimize the use of vessels and simultaneously reducing transport costs of the principal world routes.


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International and European maritime shipping in 2014

This short report – edited by Confitarma – describes the situation of the  international and European maritime shipping in 2014. The analysis pays attention to the world fleet, the shipping and maritime markets; besides, it focus on the economic value of European maritime industry.

The Report (Italian and English version) can be download for free.


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